For our Jul/Aug "People We Love" feature we sat down with Eamon Harrington, a Malibu artist who often touches on topics of social injustice through his wide array of mediums, from paintings to film. "I'm Irish," Harrington says. "So politics runs through my veins." Check out his full feature plus 7 other PWL profiles in our latest Jul/Aug issue, on stands now.
In the wake of the Woolsey Fire, Malibu homeowners have faced a spate of home insurance problems, from rapidly rising premiums to difficulty finding a company that will ensure their home at all. Head to the link in bio for the full story.
Since cannabis has been legalized in Malibu, more and more people are exploring its many uses. In our Jul/Aug issue we take a look at the potential benefits as well as the side effects of CBD. Read the full story online by following the link in our bio or pick up a copy of new issue, out now!
With The Park at Cross Creek now officially open for business, a slew of new stores are slated to join the Malibu community in the coming months, from old favorites like Howdy's to a hemp store. Check out the link in bio for a roundup of who's coming to town.
For our Jul/Aug "Weekend In..." series, we featured Las Vegas, 5 hours away from Malibu but a complete world apart. Whether you're looking for a fun-filled family vaca, romantic couples retreat or a rompus weekend with friends, Las Vegas has something for everyone. Check out our guide to the perfect Sin City weekend in our latest issue, on stands now.
With the June opening of Whole Foods, Malibu's 13,000 residents now have a grand total of five grocery stores to choose from in the immediate community, with scores of others available to those willing to drive to the valley or Santa Monica. With so many options, choosing the most cost-effective grocer can sometimes be daunting. But never fear— Malibu Mag is here, with our giant price test, comparing prices of everyday items at 12 local stores. Head to the link in bio to check out the full story, plus an update on all your favorite grocers.
For our July/August issue we sat down with “Woman of the Year” Lt. Jennifer Seetoo of the Lost Hills/Malibu Sheriff Station to talk about the Woolsey Fire, our community and what she hopes to accomplish next. Read the full interview online or in the print issue, out now.
Last Friday's small brush fire in Topanga was quickly contained, but renewed questions surrounding the community's preparedness in the face of a larger conflagration. For years, local elected and fire officials have warned Topanga could be the site of the next major SoCal fire, especially after it was spared during Woolsey, leaving the area still filled with brush. For our Jul/Aug issue, journalist Barbara Burke examined the threat posed to Topanga, and what residents can do to prepare. Check out the full story in our Jul/Aug issue, on stands now.
Our Jul/Aug issue is out today, featuring Yvonne DeLaRosa Green of 99 High Tide, our special cannabis section, the ultimate Malibu staycation guide and much more. Pick up your copy anywhere around Malibu, or head to the link in bio to purchase.
Bird’s-eye view of Pirates Cove in Point Dume. 📷: joelh95_
Come celebrate cult French brand Ba&sh's Malibu store opening this Monday night at their gorgeous new Malibu Country Mart location. Meet the two powerhouse women behind the global brand, Barbara Boccara and Sharon Krief, while enjoying Parisian-inspired cocktails and activities as well as a first look at Ba&sh's swoon-worthy new collection. The event runs from 6:30-8:30 p.m., and RSVPs are encouraged at email@example.com.
Now that summer's in full swing, Malibuites can expect to see even more rattlesnakes in backyards and on local hikes. Need some tips on how to protect your furry friends? Head to the link in bio for prevention tips and info on the rattlesnake vaccine.
Surfrider Beach, captured by Will Walling 🌊 🖤
Looking for something to do tomorrow? Why not head to the Malibu Farmers Market and pick up some delicious Italian treats imported straight from the source at Zona Little Italy.
For our Mar/Apr installment of PWL we featured Juan Carlos Rodriguez, one of Malibu's most beloved faces. Having worked at Ralph's Malibu for 15 years, Rodriguez and his warm smile have become a mainstay in the community. Head to malibumag.com for the full article.
For our May/June issue we highlighted one of Malibu's hidden treasures: the jewel box interior design shop Bungalow Ltd. on PCH just off Carbon Beach. Check out the full story on this lovely newcomer to the community in our latest issue.
“May we think of freedom, not as the right to do as we please, but as the opportunity to do what is right” - Peter Marshall. . Wishing Everyone a happy Independence Day 🇺🇸 . . Fireworks in Malibu will be held at Malibu Colony and Paradise Cove starting at 9pm 🎆 #IndependenceDay #4thofjuly
For our March/April installment of PWL we profiled Steve Donnelly, a favorite face in the community who's been delivering packages in Downtown Malibu for over 32 years. Read his profile through the link in bio.
Reason #4,562,897 to love Malibu: ridiculously-healthy dog biscuits baked fresh by this lovely couple that are about as nutrient-packed as your SunLife Organics Dragon Bowl. Visit the Brouhards and pick up some some treats for your favorite furry friend at the Malibu Farmers Market this Sunday.
From our May/June issue, a baby harbor seal captured by award-winning adventure photographer Tyler Schiffman in the kelp beds off Malibu Colony Beach.
Reposting our sun-soaked shoot with Aviator Nation at Malibu Lagoon last summer in the hopes today’s June gloom will take a hint ⛅️🌤☀️🙏🙏
For our May/June issue we spotlighted Caytlyn McCloskey, a third-generation Malibuite, new mother, and owner of the beautiful Trancas flower shop Sea Lily Malibu. Pick up our latest issue to read her story, as well as those of 7 other Malibuites in our People We Love series.
Malibu in full bloom last month 💛💛💛
From our May/June photo story 'A Flight Above Point Dume', Westward Beach in all its golden hour glory. 📷 by Jules Williams
For the May/June installment of our People We Love series we profiled Rex Lewis-Clack, whose awe-inspiring musical talents have been featured everywhere from 60 Minutes to the Science Channel. Born blind and autistic, Lewis-Clack's prodigious musical gifts were clear from childhood. Now, the 23 year-old Malibuite and MHS graduate is helping foster the talents of others, through his program Rex and Friends, which provides musical training and performance opportunities for individuals who are blind and/or on the autism spectrum. Learn more about Lewis-Clack's story in our current issue, on stands now.
For our May/June Home + Design issue we spotlighted Malibu native Malgosia Migdal. Since founding her boutique design firm Malgosia Migdal Design in Beverly Hills 20 years ago, Migdal has become one of the top designers in L.A., and recently opened a second office right here in Malibu. Learn more about Migdal and other area designers in our current issue, on stands now.
For our May/June issue we investigated Malibu's infamously bad cell phone reception, which for many residents has gotten even worse in the months following Woolsey. Check out the full story through the link in bio.
Our May/June cover is graced by none other than Holly Williams, the ridiculously talented musician-turned-entrepreneur behind White's Mercantile, the cult-favorite chain of general stores that just made its West Coast debut in the Malibu Country Mart. Read our full cover story on Wiliams through the link in bio, and be sure to check out the latest White's location, open now.
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After losing her studio and many of her pieces last year in the Woolsey fire, Malibu artist Kandy Lozano set to work distilling beauty from her pain, both figuratively and literally. The result is her latest show "Ashes to Alchemy", a collection of paintings with incorporates actual ashes and soot from the Woolsey fire. Read up on her stunning new show through the link in bio, or check it our for yourself now at CANVAS.MALIBU in the Malibu Country Mart.
In this issue’s People We Love, we featured actor and Malibu High School student William Hammond. Inspired by his older brother, Hammond began getting involved in the theater at a young age, and has gone on to perform in numerous plays at Malibu High and the Malibu Playhouse, as well as perform at Carnegie Hall with the MHS choir. Learn more about Hammond in our latest May/June issue, on stands now.
A recent spike in reports of sexual misconduct at Pepperdine University has left students with questions about their safety on a campus historically known for its tranquility. Check out the story in our May/June issue, on stands now.
As the founder of Re-Bu, an online platform that has become an invaluable resource to Malibu families who lost their homes in Woolsey, architect Doug Burdge, of Malibu-based Burdge & Associates Architects, knows all too well the incredible toll his community has endured in recent months. Among the countless questions he often hears from families is where they should live during the years-long building process. And so Burdge set to work, coming up with a cost-effective plan that can get residents back on their property in half the time, temporarily or permanently. Check out our May/June issue to read up on Burdge's ingenious plan, utilizing a common, durable item you'd never guess could produce a beautiful home.
As post-Woolsey recovery continues, Southern California Edison has drawn flack from some Malibu residents over its handling of fire-mitigation techniques in recent months, from tree-trimming to its new staging area in downtown Malibu. Check out the full story in our May/Jun issue, on stands now.
For our May/June issue we sat down with Matt Edwards, one of L.A.'s top fit models and a wellness expert who's recently published a deeply-researched guide with his tips and tricks for healthy living. Take a look at Edwards' comprehensive and surprisingly easy-to-follow routine for mental and physical health in the latest issue, on stands now.
In just under a decade, Alicia Adams Alpaca has developed a cult following with its line of ultra-luxe, ridiculously-soft 100% baby alpaca fiber clothes and home accessories. Now Alicia and Daniel Adams, the husband-and-wife duo behind the brand, are on to their next adventure, with a new Malibu home and stunning new shop in the Trancas Country Market. Read up on the couple's extraordinary journey in our latest May/June issue, on stands now.
If you think you know San Diego, think again. With a spate of new restaurants and hotels (including the luxe Rancho Bernardo Inn, pictured) opening in recent years, this eclectic beachside city is in the midst of a renaissance that's more than worth checking out. Check out our comprehensive guide to the perfect San Diego weekend in our latest May/June issue, on stands now.
For our May/June issue we sent Malibu photographer Jules Williams on a flight high above Point Dume. Head to the link in bio to check out his stunning pics, and a new purview of this cherished Malibu neighborhood that’s been heretofore reserved for the birds.
20 years ago, tens of thousands of monarch butterflies migrated through Malibu every year. In 2017, less than 100 did. Head to the link in bio to read Barbara Burke's article in our May/June issue about the monarchs' rapid decline, and what we can do to help save them.
Memorial Day Weekend Giveaway!😎 Looking for something fun to do this long weekend? Topanga Days Festival kicks off tomorrow! Enjoy 3 days of music, food, art and family fun! And Malibu Magazine wants to send you for free! Enter to win a 2-day pass by commenting with your favorite emoji. Winner will be notified tomorrow. Good luck!
Summer’s finally here, and so is our May/June issue! Pick up a copy of our Home + Design special featuring the incomparable Holly Williams on our cover anywhere around town in Malibu, or head to the link in bio to purchase.
🎉GIVEAWAY! 🎉 Since our last giveaway with Street Food Cinema was so popular AND it’s the 80th anniversary of The Wizard of Oz, we’re giving away another Family 4 Pack of tickets to any Street Food Cinema location! How? Follow Malibu Magazine and Street Food Cinema, then tag one of your crew that you will take with you! Enjoy delicious food trucks and epic movies in some of L.A.'s most beautiful locations, from Will Rogers State Park just a few minutes away in the Palisades to Griffith Park in Hollywood. Winner will be drawn this Friday at 5 p.m.! Check out www.streetfoodcinema.com for full schedules and locations.
🎉 GIVEAWAY 🎉 It's our favorite time of year and Street Food Cinema is back! Awesome outdoor movies, great bands and delicious food trucks now through October 26th! With 15 different locations, there's definitely one near you. . Winner will get a FAMILY 4 PACK. To enter simply like this post, follow @malibumag & @stfoodcinema and tag 2 friends who might be interested! . Giveaway will close Sunday, May 5th at midnight and the winner will be announced on Monday, May 6th! . Good luck everyone!
Craving some authentic Italian pasta but can't quite manage a trip to Tuscany? Why not head to Century City, where Eataly is serving up some of the best traditional Italian dishes in the city. Check out the full story on the latest opening of this mega-popular Italian chain in our Mar/Apr Food + Wine issue, on stands now.
Visitors to the Malibu Village might have noticed this new regular; a peculiar, word-less white bot looking something akin to a minimalist R2-D2. Read up on the Village's newest tech toy and what it's being used for in our current Mar/Apr issue, on stands now.
For our Mar/Apr issue, we sat down with Jennifer and Hunter Brouhard of The Lucky Lab, a purveyor of gourmet dog treats and one of our favorite vendors at the Malibu Farmers Market. Check out our full round-up some of our top stops at the Malibu Farmers Market in our Mar/Apr issue, out now.
Making a trip to Venice? Might we suggest swinging by @dosist's newly-opened wellness experience at 1423 Abbot Kinney Blvd. This gorgeous space is the first flagship for the L.A.-based cannabis start-up, and definitely worth a look.
As Malibuites who lost property in the Woolsey Fire have begun the difficult process of rebuilding, many have discovered the loss of a home is rife with costs they never could have expected. Read up on all the hidden ways rebuilding costs can add up in "The Rising Price of Building" by Samira Fatehyar, in our Mar/Apr issue.
For our Mar/Apr issue we profiled Yuri Spiro, the Malibu entrepreneur who has built a number of successful businesses in L.A., from publishing to film, since immigrating from Poland as a boy decades ago. Check out our full People We Love feature in the latest issue of Malibu Magazine, on stands now.