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Showing posts with label Malibu. Show all posts


A perfect day in Malibu...again! Start off the day with a morning surf. Then, Kyle, Brian, Brandon, and I get rowdy at first point. We end the evening with full on Golden Hour at third point.


On September 8th, while patrolling the City of Malibu, Lost Hills Sheriff deputies noticed an open, empty six pack of beer next to a parked vehicle. The vehicle had 1 occupant, in the driver’s seat.

Deputies pulled up to speak with the driver. While speaking to the driver, deputies noticed signs of intoxication. Deputies detained the driver pending a public intoxication investigation.

During the investigation, deputies saw in plain view, pepper spray and learned that the suspect is a convicted felon. Also found in the vehicle was brass knuckles, a loaded shotgun with the serial number scratched off, and a box of ammunition. The suspect was #arrested for multiple weapons charges including Possession of a Firearm, Possession of Ammunition, and Obliterate ID Markings on a Firearm.


Hurricane Kay delivered on her promise of epic swell to First Point, Malibu on Saturday, September 10. Setting the stage for a memorable day of super long, head-high waves for the eight highly charged teams who battled in the 10th annual SurfAid Cup Malibu.

In partnership with the Malibu Surfing Association (MSA), the SurfAid Cup turned one day of surfing into a lifetime of opportunity for SurfAid partner communities, while clocking some of the best surfing conditions possible at the famed Malibu point break. The eight participating teams, along with a Firewire-donated Velvet Hour longboard broke the $50,000 fundraising mark in support of SurfAid’s Mother and Child Health programs.



Super League Triathlon Star Vasco Vilaca was bitten by a seal while training at Zuma on Eve Of Malibu Triathlon.

News coming from Super League Triathlon

The 22-year-old Portuguese star, who finished second in Munich last weekend, was on a training swim with fellow athletes at Zuma Beach when the incident took place.

The seal bit Vilaca’s arm, leaving the athlete to try and get it off and then move away safely without distressing the animal.

Super League Triathlon were filming the athletes at the beach and captured dramatic footage of the incident.

Vilaca said: “I was just swimming in the ocean and was unlucky enough to swim towards where a seal was. It started swimming towards me and got very close and it felt like a dog smelling me.

“I tried to just slowly, without doing anything aggressive, push it away and at a certain point there was a strong wave that pushed it against me and then I pushed it more aggressively away because it was on me and then it got scared and bit my arm and wouldn’t let go.

“I tried to grab the teeth from under and open the mouth and get it away and wanted to swim away but I didn’t know what to do with the seal because I thought if I let go it would bite me again.”

Vilaca was able to swim to shore after a large wave dislodged the seal and was treated by lifeguards on the beach before being taken to a medical facility to be checked out. He received treatment for the wound before being discharged to race at the weekend.

He added: “When it bit me I had a wetsuit on but one of the teeth cut through and punctured through the skin. When I was grabbing the teeth from underneath and was grabbing the mouth was when I got a few cuts on my hands. I am happy to be ok.”
Rain on the way later Sunday through Monday. Close to a tenth of an inch for Los Angeles Counties. Here are the updated rainfall totals for SW California. You can see that very little is expected in LA County, but Malibu may get wet.




When high tides coincide with a good south swell, Malibu's iconic point breaks turn in to skim spots.


From Brad Jacobson:

For this Daily episode Travis Logie and I spend a morning in Malibu with a possible hurricane luring just off the coast.

Thanks for watching. I'm Brad Jacobson and I'll see ya on the sand."
2022 Malibu 1st Point - MSA Surf Competition Sept 10, 2022


Surf Photos are avalible at photosbykag.com.


Over the weekend, sherrif deputies in Malibu had to break a window to rescue a dog (Jack), who was in distress and panting in the vehicle as it was quickly heating up. After announcements were made to try to find the owner, deputies had no choice but to break the window. After Jack was rescued, the owner (who was surfing) came out and was cited for 597.7 PC; leaving an animal unattended in a vehicle if the conditions would endanger the animal’s health or well-being.

As a reminder, during heat waves it is recommended to leave pets at home. Cars can heat up and quickly become a death trap for pets.

Malibu/Lost Hills Sherrif's Department has zero tolerance in these matters and will enforce all applicable laws.




Video by Noshington Wells:

Surfer takes board to the head.


Registration is now open for Northern LA Boardriders' 3rd and final Qualifying Surf Series of the season. Taking place on Oct 15 & 16. NLAB Leo Carillo Surf Series 05.

For more details and to register, Click Here


Mike, aka German in Venice, vlogs about daily life in Venice Beach, and the nearby communities.

"Today I spend a day in Malibu, showing some expensive restaurants like Nobu. I went to the Malibu Lagoon and later on, I went to the 40th Annual Malibu Chili Cook-Of 2022. It was a nice fair, it was a super hard day, but I still had a great time. Enjoy this video."

If you would like to support German in Venice with some gas money or you want to buy him a coffee, you are welcome to donate to his paypal account: https://paypal.me/germaninvenice



PCH was shut down this afternoon between Civic Center - Malibu Canyon due to a fatal traffic collision.



Johnny Strange was an adventure seeker deep in his heart. He accomplished so much at such a young age and was purely and intrinsically motivated. He was inspired by the world around him – nature, culture, sport, and used his opportunities to do good.

The Malibu Chili Cook Off hosts an annual skateboarding contest honoring late Malibu local, Johnny Strange. Competitors of all ages and skill levels as well as an enthusiastic crowd gather to watch this exciting contest. Winners are awarded cash prizes and honorable mention awards with various prizes. This year, the 3rd Annual will take place on Sunday, Sept 4 @ 3PM. (Registration will take place on site).

It’s free to register! However, the $15 The Malibu Chili Cook Off admission fee is required. Buy tickets for Sunday or the whole weekend, Click Here!

Over $2,500 in cash prizes and skate gear that will be awarded.

Prize Purse
Intermediate ($300) – 1st place $150, 2nd place $100, 3rd place $50
Advanced ($1,700) – 1st place $1,000, 2nd place $500, 3rd place $200
$500 random cash and prizes to be given out all day

It’s a jam-style contest with two heats, advanced (pro skaters) and intermediate (amateur skaters). Skaters will have an opportunity to show off their skills. Prizes and cash will be awarded. Parent or guardian must be present to sign a waiver if you’re under 18. All skaters must sign on-site waiver to participate.

For more info and to buy tickets, Click Here.



The 40th Annual Malibu Chili Cook-Off will take place on Labor Day weekend, September 2-5, 2022 at 23575 Civic Center Way. Hosted by the Boys & Girls Club of Malibu. It is a weekend full of music, food, drink, amusement, artisans, friends and family. Malibu and surrounding areas will come together to celebrate the end of summer and to support community.

This Malibu tradition brings amazing food and entertainment fea­turing some of your all-time favorite local restaurants, businesses, artisans, and DJ performances!

Event Admission tickets are REQUIRED. Tickets will NOT be sold on site, you must pre-purchase online. Carnival ride tickets sold separately.

For more info and to buy tickets, Click Here.



New film from Full Moon Surf Club:

" Our first feature full length that brings together the incredible surfing of our usual suspects and the behind the scenes look at the moments that could never be re-created at our favorite summer spot. Featuring Jack Hill, David Vizulis, Brooke Carlson, Spencer Navarro, Zian Boyd, Josh Perez, River Covey, Allen Sarlo, and Sam Heck alongside a cast of motley characters who are always with us behind the scenes. Enjoy this 20 minute long debut that was filmed in it's entirety in just eight days, a testament to how much incredible surfing and hyjinx that goes down on a day to day basis at Malibu first point. Cheers."


From Real Surf Stories:

"Malibu, California, is known for the Duct Tape Vans Invitational, generations of classic longboarding from Miki Dora to Alex Knost, and the site of countless championships bringing together the best pro longboarders from all over the world. Today's video is not about that. It is about the local crew out there having a great time together on an average afternoon at Surfrider Beach."


Between the Code Red 2 Swell and the surf that Hurricane Frank brought the west coast we have had a wealth of good waves.



From Brad Jacobson:

"I headed to Malibu on Sunday August 28th to catch a fun south swell for the second episode in my new series "the Daily Chase".
Great weather, fun surf and... chickens?

Thanks for watching. I'm Brad Jacobson and I'll see ya on the sand."


From Fireball Tim:

"Spotted in the Malibu Surfrider Parking Lot, this 1968 Chevy C10 Pickup Truck has a SECRET Feature!"