Howard Rudzki

Bio

HOWARD RUDZKI Howard Rudzki has turned his passion for bike riding, dogs and education into vehicles to help for good. He started out bike riding when he was 20 for the pleasure and enjoyment that a good ride provides and has been a committed cyclist

Home town

Malibu

Home page

https://howardrudzki.com/about/

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Such a great feeling of pride to see the “Wave of Flags” memorial adorn the lawn of Pepperdine University. Amazing to think that the memorial and the Ride to the Flags fundraiser turned 10 years old this year. Wonderful show of charity and solidarity for wounded veterans. What is really en…

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Seems that Joe Edmiston of the Santa Monica Mountain Conservancy wants to push the city into developing the fields or risk that the land will revert back to the Conservancy if they don’t. Apparently, the five year swap will be over in two years and if the property is not developed the SMCC …

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Nice to read that the City Council approved $220,000 for the Bluff’s Park EIR. An expansion of ball fields would be a benefit to families and kids in Malibu.

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I couldn’t agree more with James Wilburn’s guest column on Generations of Student Speech. University and college campuses today are more focused on providing safe spaces for students than fostering a dialogue among students with opposing points of view in order to teach tolerance, acceptanc…

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HowardRudzki commented on Blog: A Tale of Online Horror

Loved the article A Tale of Online Horror. I am sure that everyone has had the experience calling customer support and getting someone from another country who often times can and do help, but resolving the problem can be a painfully long and frustrating process.

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I recently sailed to the Channel Islands and we had the pleasure of seeing these magnificent creatures gray whales frolicking in the sea. We were able to track them for about 15 minutes before we parted ways – spectacular.

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HowardRudzki commented on Rabbi Honored For Decades Of Service

Rabbi Judith HaLevy has always made the Malibu Temple and the high holidays the most enjoyable of any temple that I have attended. She unified the community and welcomed everyone. I want to wish her much joy and happiness in her retirement and thank her for all that she has given to our community.

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HowardRudzki commented on Reviews & More: The Unexpected

Thanks now I am going to have to go see this.

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[beam] Great story on one of our home grown. Who knew there was American football over there. Cool that it allows for more opportunities.