Local Lifeguards Lose It All During Fire

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On the north end of Malibu, the Angeles District State Park Lifeguards patrol approximately 15 miles of coastline.  For over 40 years, men and woman have patrolled the coast and protected all who want to enjoy the ocean from El Matador beach to Point Mugu.  In that span of time, there have been many hardships […]

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Caught on Tape: Apparent Mountain Lion Attacks Deer in Malibu

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Mountain lions are one of the most elusive animals in the Southern California area.  Getting a shot of these beautiful animals on camera or seeing one with your own eyes is near impossible.  Almost anything to do with mountain lions becomes instant news because of the rarity at which they are seen.  Thats why when […]

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Help Lily Castro with Lindsi Castro Funeral Costs


Overwhelming support has started pouring in for Lily Castro and her family.  Lily owns and operates Lily’s Cafe here in Malibu, a well known local establishment visited and enjoyed by many in the area.  A small shop located in the Point Dume shopping plaza where you are always greeted by a warm smile, usually from Lily […]

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Casa Escobar Malibu Kicks off Summer with 3 Surf Bands!

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The official first day of summer is right around the corner which means everyone’s favorite time of year is about to be in full swing.  To kick off summer the right way, Casa Escobar will be throwing the Malibu Kickoff Concert featuring three awesome bands; The Ventures, Malibooz, and the Surfaris!  Each of these bands […]

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Watch: Great White Shark Breaches 2 Hours South of Malibu


Yesterday on Monday April 10th, 2017, a Surfline web cam overlooking the famous surf break Lower Trestles in San Clemente, California captured a shark fully breach from the water.  The shark is believed to be a juvenile great white , however the camera footage alone is not enough evidence to be 100% sure.   The infamous surf […]

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Malibu Welcomes Electric Bicycles


All Things Malibu is happy to announce the arrival of Malibu’s newest business, Electric Bikes! Located in the Cross Creek Shopping Center where the old ‘Salvation’ used to be, Electric Bikes sells a wide assortment of electric bicycles, also known as eBikes. This being their fourth location (Santa Barbara, Santa Monica, Corona Del Mar), they […]

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Controversy Brewing Over Malibu Rindge Dam Removal


Controversy is beginning to brew in Malibu over the potential removal of the Rindge Dam in Malibu Creek State Park. Back in 2013 the Army Corps of Engineers along with California State officials presented an initial 100 million dollar plan to remove the dam which essentially has been tabled. Fast forward nearly four years later […]

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Taste Test: The New Kritsy’s Village Cafe


As you may have heard, local Malibu restaurants Kristy’s and Le Village Cafe have merged to form the brand new Kristy’s Village Cafe. The new restaurant, formed back in January is now located at the old Le Village Cafe location in the Trancas Shopping Center (next to Vintage Grocers). Myself, along with two colleagues recently […]

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Legacy Park Looking Better Than Ever After Series of Rains

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Over the past month and a half or so, Malibu has experienced its largest amount of rain in recent memory. Although it has caused some trouble about the city, the excess water has been nothing but great for its natural beauty. Waterfalls that had dried up many years ago have been revived and many of […]

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Recent Rains Bring Back Waterfalls


  One of the biggest headlines in 2016 was the tremendous drought that California was (and still is) experiencing.  The lack of rainfall in the prior years combined with dry and hot weather patterns led to the biggest drought since the early 1900’s. Lucky for us, 2017 was kicked off with a healthy dose of […]

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Saddlerock Gardens Provides Unique Malibu Dining Experience (Gallery)

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One of Malibu’s hottest ticket items, Malibu Wines, located on the beautiful Saddlerock Ranch, is ever expanding its unique attractions.  A few years ago they launched their Malibu Wine Safaris which continues to grow in popularity with no signs of slowing down.  More recently, they launched their Malibu Wine Hikes where you can enjoy some […]

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Malibu Restaurants Open Christmas Day 2016

There are tons of reasons to not cook on Christmas day.  You might be burnt out from shopping and other pre holiday preparations.  You might not celebrate Christmas and just want a nice meal out.  Or maybe your cooking is a little less than par ;).  Whatever the case may be, you’re in luck.  There […]

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Local Holiday Events in Malibu, December 2016!


 December 2016 is here and that means more than anything else that it is holiday season!  One of the great things about living in such a small, tight knit community like Malibu is that we have so many holiday events that allow for close and meaningful interactions with our community members.  We didn’t want our audience […]

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12 of the Best Things to do in Malibu

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Also see: 5 of the Best Lunches in Malibu & 5 Great Breakfast Spots! Earlier this year we released a blog titled “7 of the Best Things to do in Malibu” and followed that up with “10 of the Best Things to do in Malibu”.  As time goes on, we will continue to grow this […]

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All Things Malibu Offers 30% Off All Items + Free Shipping!


Can you believe it?  Thanksgiving week 2016 is here in what seems like the blink of an eye.  This means it’s time for (slightly) colder weather, mandatory family time (whether you like it or not), and of course, a shortened work week :).   As is the case every year, Black Friday and Cyber Monday […]

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Malibu’s Getty Villa


FEATURED IN 12 OF THE BEST THINGS TO DO IN MALIBU    Unknown to many, The Getty Villa actually has an address located in the Pacific Palisades.  However, due to extremely close proximity and general public belief it is in Malibu, we happily consider it a pleasant extension of our city.  The Getty Villa is […]

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5 of the Best Lunches in Malibu

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Go to all restaurants -> Go to 5 Great Breakfasts ->  1. Malibu Seafood, Fish and Chips  Fish and chips in the upper right. Also shown is the fried shrimp, mussels. and fried clams. Malibu Seafood may be one of the most iconic landmarks in all of Malibu.  The restaurant, located just across from Dan Blocker […]

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5 Fall & Halloween Inspired Events Not to Miss in October


Where did the summer go? We somehow find ourselves midway through October and we are left scratching our heads wondering where the time went. No matter how much we try to savor it, summer always seems to pass by in the blink of an eye. Nevertheless, October is here meaning fall is in full swing. […]

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Saturday Marks International Coastal Cleanup Day


 This coming Saturday, September 17th, marks International Coastal Cleanup Day when volunteers around the world head to their nearby beaches in a global effort to rid the coasts of man made pollutants.  This international event is ran annually by the Ocean Conservancy, whose goal is to tackle the biggest threats that our oceans face.  As […]

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New Developments on Malibu Country Club Property


Since the closure of Malibu Country Club in the fall of 2014, there has been minimal to no activity on the property.  Site maintenance has come to a complete halt allowing the golf course to become overgrown and is now unrecognizable as the well manicured golf facility it once was. News concerning the future of the […]

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New Drone Laws Set in Place for State Parks


Bad news for all the drone owners out there! New laws have been put into place effective immediately for drone use in California State Parks in the Angeles District. As of September 1st, 2016, the use of model aircraft, unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), and gliders in flight are no longer allowed to fly within the […]

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The 35th Annual Kiwanis Chili Cook Off Comes to Malibu

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It’s that time of year again! Labor Day Weekend is almost here which can mean only one thing (besides insane PCH traffic); The Malibu Chili Cook Off has arrived! Every year at the tail end of summer, the city’s one and only carnival sets up shop in central Malibu for three days and four nights, […]

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Criminals Increasingly Bold in Recent String of Burglaries in Malibu


It seems as if burglaries are on the rise in Malibu while the crimes are becoming increasingly bold.  Over the past few weeks, residents have been posting on the community message board website “Nextdoor” about recent burglaries from people’s homes, cars, and properties.  Most notably, right here on Point Dume between fifteen and twenty surfboards […]

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Celebrating 25 Years of Malibu with Iconic Malibu T-Shirts


First and foremost All Things Malibu is about celebrating this great city. Whether it be the culture or the people, we cherish all aspects of Malibu. Recently, The City of Malibu turned 25 years old and we at All Things Malibu have created two iconic Malibu T-shirts to celebrate the quarter century mark! The first […]

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5 of the Best Hikes in Malibu


Hiking is a staple of outdoor life in Malibu. Just like the beaches, the beautiful hiking trails attract people from all over Southern California and beyond with promises of magnificent views combined with pleasant ocean breezes. With the many hikes in Malibu offering different views and levels of difficulty, you can always find the perfect […]

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City of Malibu Holds Ceremony for Groundbreaking of the Civic Center Wastewater Treatment Facility


Wednesday, June 29th, the City of Malibu held a ceremony to celebrate the groundbreaking of the Civic Center Wastewater Treatment Facility, marking the beginning of the largest infrastructural project in the City’s history. The treatment facility will treat, reuse and/or dispose of wastewater flow from properties in the Civic Center. It also will be able […]

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Spend an Afternoon at the Often Overlooked Adamson House


FEATURED IN 12 OF THE BEST THINGS TO DO IN MALIBU Located right next to the Malibu Lagoon off of Pacific Coast Highway, The Adamson House is one of Malibu’s most historic, if not the most historic icon the city has to offer. The house was built in 1929 by husband and wife Merritt Adamson […]

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Malibu Hosts Inaugural ‘One Water Festival’ Saturday, June 18th

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This Saturday at The Point Dume Elementary Marine Science School from 9:30am – 2:00pm, The City of Malibu is putting on its first “One Water Festival” to educate, inspire and activate people about California’s most precious resource, water. Due to the worst drought in recorded history, the importance of conserving water is at an all […]

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5 Places for After-hours in Malibu


Malibu is not known for its nightlife scene.  Most people think that Malibu rolls up the sidewalks and calls it quits before 9PM.  Although this may have been true in the past it no longer remains the case.  If you know where to look there are a few places where you can find a little bit […]

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Malibu Wines Adds New Attraction, Wine Hikes

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Over the past couple of years, the Malibu Wines Tasting Room has become one of the most popular attractions in Malibu. Not only does it play host to a beautiful setting while providing a wide selection of wines, it also hosts the incredibly unique Malibu Wine Safari. If you do not already know, The Malibu […]

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10 of the Best Things to do in Malibu


*NEW* 12 of the Best Things to do in Malibu Also see: 5 of the Best Lunches in Malibu & 5 Great Malibu Breakfasts! A few months ago we released an article titled “7 of the Best Things to do in Malibu.”  Since then, we have written about a few other great activities that we […]

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