10 Questions For A State Lifeguard


Scenic and beautiful, Malibu has a lot to offer for both residents and visitors. Chances are it will not take anyone too long to catch a glimpse of the glorious Pacific Ocean that gives Malibu its front yard. The oceans presence gives many aspects of the area its identity, and contributes large aspects to people’s […]

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Imagine Fest Takes Place at Paramount Ranch!

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For the second year running, Imagine Fest took place at Paramount Ranch, hosting a great mix of live music, art and yoga.  The festival took place Sunday, September 25th, and was created by Natalie Backman.  Her vision has been to bring the community together through great music and yoga to benefit the local non profit […]

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Malibu Playhouse’s Stand Up Comedy Show Canceled


SHOW CANCELED! Enjoy the Video Though =]   Are you tired of traveling all the way to Los Angeles or Ventura for your live comedy needs? Do you pine for a local venue where you can enjoy laughs provided by some of the area’s finest comedians? Then come one, come all to the Malibu Playhouse’s stand […]

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Don’t Miss out on One of Malibu’s Best Outdoor Activities: Night Hike at Charmlee Wilderness Park


… Powered by Cincopa Video Cloud for Business solution.New Gallery 2016/1/25The group gathers at Charmlee Wilderness Park before the hike begins.originaldate 1/1/0001 6:00:00 AMwidth 720height 960The last of the sun sets over the Pacific.originaldate 1/1/0001 6:00:00 AMwidth 960height 720The group heads down one of the trails at Charmlee.originaldate 1/1/0001 6:00:00 AMwidth 960height 720The moon begins […]

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Tommy Emmanuel Plays Amazing Show at Smothers Theater | Editors Review

Photo of Tommy Emmanuel Performing at Soave Guitar Festival in 2010

Above: Heres a tasty clip of Tommy shredding some blues  Last night I happened to come upon two tickets to see a guitar player named Tommy Emmanuel perform at the Smothers Theater on Pepperdine’s Campus.  I was hesitant at first to accept the tickets because I did not think this was going to necessarily going […]

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Malibu Farm: Secret Menu, Chef’s Favorite Dish, and More!


There’s nothing like finding a great local sandwich to satisfy that rumbling lunch time belly.  In Malibu, our 27 mile costal stretch supplies a bounty of restaurants that put their unique spin on this classic dish. We are on a mission to uncover the best sandwiches our little community has to offer. After meeting with the owners and the chefs, we […]

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Golf “FORE” Growth: Create Business Connections on the Golf Course


 There are few social settings, if any, as good as the golf course for networking and creating business relationships.  Creating relationships on the golf course opens up opportunities for people that otherwise would not have happened.  The difficult part for many people is getting face to face on the course with the right people to […]

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5 Great Breakfast Restaurants in Malibu


See all Malibu Restaurants -> Also see 5 Great Lunches in Malibu! -> After your fun night of celebrating the end of the 2015 year, we’re sure the first thing that you will want in the new year is a great breakfast.  Check out these 5 great places for breakfast in Malibu that are sure to satisfy […]

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7 of the Best Things to do in Malibu

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For many trip out to Malibu can be very few and far in-between.  Not being a local or unfamiliarity with the city can make it difficult to figure how to make the most of your visit.  Questions like “Where should I eat?”, “What landmarks should I see?”, and “What activities can I do?” can lead […]

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New Years Eve Parties in Malibu

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If you are looking to attend a New Years Eve party in Malibu there is good news and bad news.  The good news is that you certainly can party it up through the early hours of 2016.  The bad news is that it is pretty slim pickings.  After reaching out to numerous local restaurants and […]

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Malibu Vendors Offer Last Minute Christmas Shopping

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Saved your holiday shopping for the last minute?  Here are some local vendors offering online shopping for those last minute gifts.  Shipping on all products is free on AllThngsMalibu.com.   Bent Penny Coffee Beans It is hard to fail with the gift of coffee!   Check out their selection of coffee beans with price ranging […]

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Series of Burglaries Target Cars in Point Dume Neighborhood| All Things Malibu

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December 14th: In the early morning hours on Monday, December 14th, a series of burglaries occurred in the Point Dume Neighborhood of      Malibu.  After communication amongst neighbors in the area, it appears that the main targets of these burglaries were unlocked cars parked in driveways. Amongst the streets that were hit on early […]

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Malibu & Other SMMUSD Schools Remain Open Despite LAUSD Closures


This morning, December 15th, 2015, The Los Angeles Unified School Districts closed all schools due to a credible bomb threat.  The following message was released through the LAUSD website and Facebook page: “The following message from the Los Angeles Unified School District is being sent to parents and guardians. As a result of a threat […]

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10 Malibu Restaurants Open On Christmas Day

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  If this happens to your Christmas turkey, here are 10 back up plans!   Happy Burntsgiving. The oil will be hot all day, come over and let @eamonh dip your turkey. A video posted by Leo Harrington (@grasswood) on Nov 26, 2015 at 1:09pm PST   ,          1. Malibu Farm […]

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5 Holiday Events NOT to Miss in Malibu

City of Malibu Holiday Open House

1) City of Malibu Holiday Open House  About:  The City of Malibu invites the entire community for the annual holiday celebration! This wonderful, free, family friendly event features live classical and jazz performances by talented Malibu High School & Middle School students, as well as a student art exhibition in collaboration with MHS Arts Angels. Enjoy […]

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Events This Week 12/7/15


EVENTS THIS WEEK   Monday 12/7/2015   A Wonderful Life: The Malibu Playhouse put on a performance of “A Wonderful Life” by Jason Lott and Helen Pafumi and directed by Helen Pafumi. Nominated for a Helen Award for outstanding new play.  Play is running until December 20th. Pepperdine Pickups A Capella Concert – The Malibu […]

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Holiday Events in Malibu this December


December 2nd Holiday Wreath Demonstration -Malibu Garden Club hosts a holiday wreath demonstration for the public presented by professional floral designer Connie Mercurio at the Point Dume Clubhouse, 29500 Heathercliff Drive at 7PM. December 3rd Malibu High School Presents a Russian Holiday – Come celebrate the holiday season with musical performances from both the middle […]

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Weekend Recap & Notable Events This Week!


WEEKEND RECAP Friday 11/27/2015 • Live Music, Living Room Sessions | Ollie’s Duck & Dive – Live music and dancing at Ollie’s Duck and Dive. Saturday 11/28/2015 • A Wonderful Life: The Malibu Playhouse put on a performance of “A Wonderful Life” by Jason Lott and Helen Pafumi and directed by Helen Pafumi. Nominated for […]

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Weekend Recap & Notable Events This Week | 10/23/15

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WEEKEND RECAP Friday 11/20/2015 • 33 Variations: A Malibu High School Theatrical Production – If you missed this this past weekend, worry not. This play is running until Sunday, November 22. Supports your local high school! • Estate Sale on Cliffside Drive – An estate sale at singer Cher’s former home. Everything in the house […]

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Recap: Point Dume Traffic Meeting

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Thursday November 12, 2015, The City of Malibu held a community meeting at Point Dume Marine Science Elementary School concerning all traffic issues in the Point Dume area. Among those in attendance representing the City of Malibu included Mayor Laura Rosenthal, council member Skylar Peak, and City manager Jim Thorsen. Also in attendance were representatives […]

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Origins of Pacific Coast Highway | Photo Gallery

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Pacific Coast Highway was a statewide venture extending from San Diego to Santa Barbara, with the first bond for funding in 1910. The section form Los Angeles County, just north of Topanga Canyon, to Ventura County started in 1922. By 19223, the highway work was beginning south of Sycamore Cove. The workers found extreme work […]

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Rebates Start at $75 with Installation of Rain Barrel, Available at Anawalt Malibu Hardware & Supply | All Things Malibu

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The Metropolitan Water District of Southern California has begun a program called SoCal Water$mart in an effort to incentivize residents to be smarter about their overall water use. With the current Southern California drought and imposed water use restrictions, there has never been a better time to take advantage of a program like this.Among incentives […]

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Actually Though: What was that UFO on Saturday Night Over Malibu?

UFO above Malibu, Southern California, All Things Malibu Buzz

Not just Malibu, but all of Southern California was buzzing about a mysterious bright light soaring across the clear night sky this past Saturday. The light began shooting across the sky at approximately 6:00 p.m., somewhat resembling a shooting star with a small tail of light. Suddenly the unidentified flying object appeared to explode mid-flight, […]

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Santa Monica Malibu Unified School District and Malibu Parents Fight over PCBs in Classrooms

Malibu High | All Things Malibu

The Santa Monica Malibu Unified School District has asked the Los Angeles Sherriff’s Department to investigate possible trespassing and vandalism charges after it was alleged Malibu parents improperly took samples from window caulk in classrooms to test for compounds known as PCBs (polychlorinated biphenyls). PCBs in caulk were widely used in buildings built 40+ years […]

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Malibu – Free Sandbags in preparation for El Niño Starting November

Sandbags for El Nino | All Things Malibu

The Los Angeles County Department of Beaches and Harbors is going to be providing free sandbags in preparation for the coming El Niño. The sandbags will become available starting in the first week of November and continue all the way until March of 2016. The prefilled sandbags will be limited to 10 a person. Visit […]

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Malibu Farm New Location | All Things Malibu

Malibu Farm | Fresh Organic Local| Eat & Sleep All Things Malibu

Malibu Farm’s new restaurant has recently opened at the beginning of the Malibu Pier.                   When a business succeeds in Malibu it means something. Not a lot of restaurants make it passed the 1-2 year mark here. It’s almost a constant rotation of calling the newcomer the […]

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The Pink Lady

Malibu Buzz | Pink Lady Post | All Things Malibu Blog

The Pink Lady If you grew up in Malibu in the 1960’s or frequented the area, chances are that you at one point heard about “The Pink Lady.” If you don’t know what the Pink Lady is, it’s about time that you learn about this cool piece of Malibu history.           […]

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A Visit to Malibu Cafe

Malibu Buzz | A Visit to Malibu Cafe | All Things Malibu

If you find yourself coming to Malibu through Kanan Dume Road, The Malibu Café Country Kitchen and Bar is an awesome place to stop for lunch. Malibu Café is part of Calamigos Ranch at the crossing of Kanan and Latigo Canyon Road. As you turn in you are welcomed by signs pointing towards the café […]

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A Hike Up Puerco Canyon | All Things Malibu

Malibu Buzz | Cameron Nature Preserve | All Things Malibu

PUERCO CANYON/CAMERON PRESERVE/COASTAL SLOPE TRAILToday we take you on a hike through the Cameron Nature Preserve off of Puerco Canyon Road—a popular trail for hikers, bikers, and equestrians. The Puerco Canyon fire road leads you past several side roads and trails. Most notably, the ruins of an old ranch presumably consumed by a brush fire. […]

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Malibu Wine Safari


Malibu Wine SafarisFeatured in the 12 of the Best Things to do in Malibu! Tucked in the beautiful hills of Malibu lives one of the best-kept secrets in all of Los Angeles County. Located on a 1,000 plus acre vineyard and ranch property, the Malibu Wine Safari provides a unique experience distinct from any other […]

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