= As if to amplify the zeitgeist in Malibu today … we may get a thunderstorm this afternoon.
As Malibu entered its 10th week living under the Los Angeles County Safer at Home order, dine-in restaurants as well as barber shops and beauty salons received the go-ahead order to begin reopening last Friday, May 29—with distancing measures in place.
A small but dedicated group of about two dozen protestors took to the busy intersection of Webb Way and Pacific Coast Highway in the Malibu Civic Center on Monday, May 25—Memorial Day—to bemoan the government’s ongoing Safer at Home order.
In a split decision last Tuesday, and facing pushback from local environmentalists, Malibu City Council voted to allow owners of a vacant lot in the Civic Center to gain rights to connect to the second phase of the City of Malibu Wastewater Treatment Facility.
A small but passionate protest against institutional racism and violence took place in Malibu this weekend while furor raged elsewhere in Los Angeles.
2:14 PM UPDATED Malibu news from FM 99.1 KBUU:Malibu and all of Los Angeles County goes under curfew again tonight at 6.All of Santa Monica under curfew, announced at noon, effective 1:30 pm.7 More COVID-19 cases in Malibu region.Local sheriff's captain cautions "do not believe the threats a…
Update: 4:57 p.m., June 3: For the fourth night, all of Los Angeles County was under a quarantine order put forth by the LA County Supervisors and the LA County Sheriff's Department. The curfew on Wednesday night was pushed back to 9 p.m., after three evenings of 6 p.m. curfews.
Cooking, fitness, and arts and crafts projects have been making waves on social media as parents find ways to keep their kids occupied with online activities during the ongoing Safer at Home order.
While fire season 2020 in California technically goes year-round now, most residents and officials still think of September and October as being the start of it. Malibu’s worst fire ever, the Woolsey Fire, began Nov. 8, 2018. That means the time is now to get plans in place, clear flammable …
The Boys & Girls Club of Malibu (BGCM) has stepped up its ever-expanding social services. It is now feeding 250 vulnerable Malibu families that have become food-insecure while the novel coronavirus pandemic rages. Senior citizens make up 198 of these households.
Speculation about when life will return to normal—or at least, a more familiar version of the “new normal”—has dominated headlines and dinner table conversations across the country for the last few weeks, as governors and county leadership work out roadmaps for reopening public spaces such a…
With only a few weeks left in the 2019-20 school year, the Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District (SMMUSD) clarified its updated grading policy and summer plans in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Now that trails in Malibu and elsewhere are open for hiking, beware of rattlesnakes. With warm weather this past month, reptiles are more active and could be found on trails. Sightings have been reported in Malibu on trails, backyards and neighborhood streets. While no bites to humans have b…
As college administrators assess the possibility of continued remote learning, Pepperdine University plans to hold in-person classes—with increased safety protocols.
Pepperdine University’s endowment fund, the nonprofit Wave Enterprises, Inc., purchased offices in the Malibu Civic Center last month—its first investment in Malibu commercial real estate.
Dr. Barbara Ferrer has been described as Los Angeles County’s version of Dr. Anthony Fauci (director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases). As director of the LA County Department of Public Health, Ferrer is the public face of the county’s response to keep the infecti…
Eighteen months after the Woolsey Fire completely destroyed 473 single family homes in the city limits of Malibu, two have been rebuilt—but many more are coming.