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The City of Malibu provided an opportunity for residents to mark the first anniversary of the Woolsey Fire last Saturday at Zuma Beach. The idea was not only to remember last year’s horrific events, but to honor Malibu’s recovery and resilience since then. 

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In the heart of Thousand Oaks, hundreds gathered at Conejo Creek Park to remember the 12 who were killed at the Borderline Bar & Grill mass shooting in 2018. For the one-year anniversary, a healing garden was unveiled to the community on Thursday, Nov. 7. Victims included Pepperdine Univ…

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The Malibu Times follows the recovery and rebuild process of locals who lost their homes due to the Woolsey Fire in the “Rising from the Ashes” series. In our third round of interviews, we followed up with Carla and Bruce Bates, the first family interviewed for the series, before a quick cat…

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Local author Robert Kerbeck appears to have a possible bestseller on his hands with his first book, “Malibu Burning.” The book was recently released, just in time for the first anniversary of the devastating Woolsey Fire, and tells the fire experiences of many Malibu residents and officials.…

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From Nov. 8, 2018, until its final containment on Nov. 22, the Woolsey Fire burned 96,949 acres. It killed three people. The fire destroyed 1,643 structures, approximately 750 of them in the greater Malibu area. Some feared the fire could destroy the fabric that held Malibu—especially wester…

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