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Enjoy scenic images by local photographers at the Malibu Arts Commission's next public art exhibition, "Malibu Perception," in the Malibu City Hall Gallery.

The City of Malibu Arts Commission presents Malibu Perception, a photography exhibition featuring five local artists. Participating artists include Carla Bowman Smith, Julie Ellerton, Nicole Fisher, Maureen Haldeman and Dave Teel.

The exhibition is located in the Malibu City Gallery located at Malibu City Hall. The Opening Ceremony will take place on Saturday, April 30 at 4:00 PM.

Visitors may view the artwork Monday - Friday from 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM from May 2 - May 31. Admission is free.

For more information about the exhibition and the Malibu Arts Commission, Click Here.


Video from Phil Kreis Scene.

"As the Great Grey Whale migration comes to an end. It is a rare gift to see mama and calf journey north right here at Malibu. Grey Whale Bliss. We might have a few more in the coming weeks. You might only see one or two a day. Go check it out."


Venice Beach, filmed by Cop Watch Venice

Coalition of Surf Club at Malibu "Call to the Wall" 2013 with La Jolla Shores surfing Association Surf Team of Kevin Connelly, Myles Morris, Justin Gould, Dave McCleod, Art Lapuaho. Hana, Michael Dixon, Randy Struck. Also Joel Tudor, Isaac Wood from Windansea and locals of Malibu featuring Allan Sarlo.


Actor Cary Elwes, who most know from the movies, Saw and The Prince Bride, was bite by a rattlesnake while out in his yard at his home in Malibu on Saturday.

He posted on his Instagram:

“Bit not by a ROUS but a rattlesnake. Grateful to the staff of Malibu Urgent Care, LA County Fire Dept. and the staff and medical professionals at Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center for their great care. Am recovering well thanks to all these wonderful folks. ”




Video from Phil Kreis Scene.


Video from Phil Kreis Scene.


Fri, April 22, 2022
5:30 PM – 6:30 PM PDT

Meet at the Zuma Cafe parking lot. We will be cleaning up the area starting at the Mailbu Zuma Beach.

Zuma Beach
30066 Pacific Coast Hwy
Malibu, CA 90265

For questions, registration, or more information, visit the Event Website


Enjoy scenic images by local photographers at the Malibu Arts Commission's next public art exhibition, "Malibu Perception," in the Malibu City Hall Gallery.

The City of Malibu Arts Commission presents Malibu Perception, a photography exhibition featuring five local artists. Participating artists include Carla Bowman Smith, Julie Ellerton, Nicole Fisher, Maureen Haldeman and Dave Teel.

The exhibition is located in the Malibu City Gallery located at Malibu City Hall. The Opening Ceremony will take place on Saturday, April 30 at 4:00 PM.

Visitors may view the artwork Monday - Friday from 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM from May 2 - May 31. Admission is free.

For more information about the exhibition and the Malibu Arts Commission, Click Here.
MALIBU & SANTA MONICA - One lane CLOSED on #PCH (SR-1) 9AM-3PM April 18-21 (Mon-Thur) at locations listed here. Schedule is subject to change.



Caltrans will close one lane on PCH between 9:00 AM and 3:00 PM on various dates and locations in Malibu and Santa Monica from April 18 to April 21 for pavement repairs.

At least one lane in each direction will remain open for traffic. The lane closures are scheduled as follows:

• Monday, April 18: The northbound/westbound right lane (#2 lane) and the Winter Canyon transition to northbound PCH north of Webb Way in Malibu

• Tuesday, April 19: The northbound/westbound right lane (#2 lane) just before Zumirez Drive

• Wednesday, April 20: The northbound/westbound right lane (#2 lane) west of La Herran Road in Malibu

• Thursday, April 21: The southbound/eastbound right lane (#2 lane) just north of the McClure Tunnel in Santa Monica

The schedule is weather-permitting and subject to change. Motorists are advised to allow extra travel time, drive with care in work zones, and be alert for workers in and near the roadway.


Come volunteer to help The Bay Foundation and project partners remove non-native plants and keep our site beautiful. This project evaluates living restored shoreline with a diverse plant and wildlife community as an approach to increase coastal resiliency.

The Malibu Living Shoreline Project (MLSP) aims to restore approximately three acres of sandy beach and dune habitat at Zuma Beach and Point Dume Beach. This project will provide multiple ecosystem benefits such as increased shoreline protection and habitat for native flowering plants and shorebirds. Help us celebrate Earth month by volunteering with The Bay Foundation and project partners to remove non-native plants and keep our project beautiful at the Point Dume Beach location

Saturday, April 30, 2022 from 9:30 AM to 11:30 AM PDT

Point Dume Beach
7103 Westward Beach Rd
Malibu, CA 90265

WAIVER AND REGISTRATION REQUIRED

Events are limited to 50 participants, so please sign up soon!

REGISTER HERE


Malibu Search & Rescue Team Malibu Search & Rescue Team responded to a vehicle over the side of Kanan Rd just north of Pacific Coast Highway in Malibu at around 6AM on Thursday morning. The vehicle came to rest about 300' down the canyon. Sadly, the male adult driver perished in the accident, which is now under investigation.













Tomorrow, April 15, 2022, Malibu/Lost Hills’ Motors will be conducting a Bicycle/Pedestrian Enforcement Operation in the City of Malibu, from 8am – 4pm. If you are passing through or out to enjoy the city, #slowdown, #sharetheroad, and always be aware of your surroundings.



Do you like science AND long walks on the beach? Join Heal the Bay's MPA Watch for an early morning, low-tide tidepool tour and bioblitz.

Join Heal the Bay's MPA Watch team for an early morning tidepool tour and bioblitz to learn more about our local ecosystems and about one of Heal the Bay's most popular community science programs.

Date: April 16 from 8:30 am to 10:30 am (Yes, it's early but the low tide will be worth it!)

Location: Leo Carrillo State Park in Malibu

More info and to register, CLICK HERE


Work continues on Caltrans' Trancas Creek Bridge Replacement, requiring intermittent lane closures of the far-right lane and shoulder in both directions of PCH from Guernsey Ave. to Trancas Canyon Rd. weekdays 7:00 AM to 3:00 PM. Nightime work is scheduled on Monday, April 18 and Tuesday, April 19, 7:00 PM to 6:00 AM as well.

Expect lighting, noise, and movement of workers and vehicles in and around the work area. Cyclists, motorists and pedestrians should proceed with caution. Motorists must adhere to the 30 mph temporary speed limit, with signs posted. Fines for speeding are doubled in highway construction or maintenance zones when workers are present under the California Vehicle Code. There may be unplanned intermittent lane and shoulder closures.

As part of the Caltrans Trancas Bridge Replacement Project, a temporary traffic signal will be installed at Guernsey Avenue and PCH, with a pedestrian crosswalk across PCH. It is expected to be functioning in mid-April.

Caltrans is proposing to replace the existing 96-year old, 85-foot wide, 90-foot long concrete bridge, which was constructed in 1927 to span Trancas Creek on PCH in Malibu, with a new concrete bridge, which will be 105 feet wide by 240 feet long. The new bridge will provide two 12-foot traffic lanes, bike lanes, separate pedestrian lanes and 10-foot shoulders in each direction. Northbound and southbound traffic will be separated by a six-foot striped median. Completion is scheduled for summer of 2024.


On March 29, 2022, Lost Hills’ Sheriff deputies responded to a call for a possible assault that occurred overnight, in the parking lot of the at the Trancas Nursery on 30700 block of Pacific Coast Highway and discovered a deceased individual. As of today, personnel are working the event as an ongoing investigaion with the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department’s Homicide Bureau, who have assumed control of the investigation.
The quake occurred more than eight miles south-southeast from Malibu, in the ocean, at a depth of about 6 miles at 9:02 a.m. on Monday morning, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.


At approximately 4:40 pmon Sunday, Lifeguards responded to the Malibu Surfrider Beach for a report of a pygmy sperm whale stranded on the beach. Lifeguards removed the whale off the shoreline and transferred care to California Wildlife Rescue.





The California Wildlife Center reported that “The whale was in poor health and had sustained many injuries as a result of hitting against low tide rocks. Working with NOAA, we opted to humanely euthanized the animal, in order to prevent additional suffering.”



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