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Man who participated in Nautica Malibu

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Dino Bones Dig

3:30-4:30 p.m. Sept. 19,

Malibu Library, 23519 Civic

Center Way. Participants

will become amateur paleontologists

as they study

“dinosaur bones.” For ages

5-12, with an adult caregiver.

For more information,

call (310) 456-6438.

Fire Safe Council Workshop

6 p.m. Sept. 19, Malibu

City Hall, 23825 Stuart

Ranch Road. Learn how to

form a Fire Safe Council.

Fire Safe Council members

and LA County Fire Department

Assistant Chief J.

Lopez, who is a California

Fire Safe Council Board

Member, will be present.

School Board

6 p.m. Sept. 19, SM-

MUSD Office, 1651 16th

St., Santa Monica. The

Santa Monica-Malibu Unified

School District Board

of Education meeting will

begin at 6 p.m., instead of

5:30 p.m. Closed session

will begin at 4 p.m. To

view the agenda, visit smmusd.org/board/meetings.

html.

FRIDAY

Mental Health Seminar

11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.

Sept. 20, Malibu City Hall

Multipurpose Room, 23825

Stuart Ranch Road. Learn

about common mental

health issues from the Westside

Family Health Center

in this free lecture. Instructors

will cover treatment

and coping mechanisms.

For more information, contact

(310) 456-2489, ext.

357 or malibuseniorcent

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Chumash Ethnobotany

2-3:30 p.m. Sept. 20,

Malibu City Hall Multipurpose

Room, 23825 Stuart

Ranch Road. This workshop

will introduce native

Southern California plants

and explain why they were

important to the Chumash

people. For more information,

call (310) 456-2489,

ext. 239 or email AFiori@

MalibuCity.org.

Art Trek: Caribbean Women

2-4 p.m. Sept. 20, Malibu

City Hall Multipurpose

Room, 23825 Stuart

Ranch Road. Participants

will paint silhouette images

of Caribbean women in

watercolor on paper. Registration

($5) is required,

and materials are $10. For

more information, contact

(310) 456-2489, ext. 279 or

lcrespo@malibucity.org.

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Opening Reception

6:30-8 p.m. Sept. 20,

Malibu City Hall, 23825

Stuart Ranch Road. Join

for the opening reception of

the second installation for

“Radical Beauty, Malibu

Rising.” For more information,

call (310) 456-2489,

ext. 350 or email Kriesgo@

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SATURDAY

Coastal Cleanup Day

9 a.m.-noon Sept. 21,

various locations. Coastal

Cleanup Day will be held.

For details, visit coast

alcleanupday.org.

Turf Replacement Workshop

9 a.m.-12 p.m. Sept. 21,

Malibu City Hall Multipurpose

Room, 23825

Stuart Ranch Road. Join

for a free turf removal

and garden transformation

workshop. Register

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Fire Season Briefing

10 a.m. Sept. 21, Malibu

City Hall, 23825 Stuart

Ranch Road. Fire Department

Battalion Chief Drew

Smith, a fire behavior analyst,

will provide details

on local fuel moisture and

expected weather patterns.

Poetry Workshop

11 a.m.-1 p.m. Sept. 21,

Malibu Library, 23519 Civic

Center Way. Malibu Poet

Laureate Ellen Reich will

lead a poetry workshop.

Adult poets are asked to

bring a work-in-progress.

For more information, call

(310) 456-6438.

Dolphin Decal Distribution

1-4 p.m. Sept. 21, Coldwell

Banker Point Dume,

29178 Heathercliff Road. A

City of Malibu staff member

will distribute car decals

that allow access during

soft closures. The cost

is $5 per decal. For more

information, call (310)

457-6550.

SUNDAY

Tiny Tot Olympics

11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m.

Sept. 22, Malibu Bluffs

Park, 24250 Pacific Coast

Highway. Join for the Tiny

Tot Olympics, for ages 2-6.

Bounce houses are $5. For

more information, contact

(310) 456-2489, ext. 239 or

AFiori@malibucity.org.

MONDAY

City Council

6:30 p.m. Sept. 23, Malibu

City Hall, 23825 Stuart

Ranch Road. The Malibu

City Council will hold its

regular meeting. To view

the agenda, visit www.mal

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Rebuild Malibu Mixer

5-8 p.m. Sept. 24, Dukes

Malibu Ocean Room,

21150 PCH. The Chamber

hosts this mixer that allows

those who are rebuilding

to meet local building

professionals. Information

and tickets are available at

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Restaurant, 29575 PCH.

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lead participants in painting.

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City’s symposium offers platform for fire victims

Michele Willer-Allred

Freelance Reporter

Malibu residents Corey

and Danusia Larsen have

been through many fires.

They thought they were

prepared for and safe from

the Woolsey Fire, too. They

followed their usual plan:

go to Zuma Beach and wait

until the fire department

comes in to save the day.

“We’ve been saved too

many times,” Danusia admitted.

“We got complacent.”

The Larsens, who lost

their home on Harvester

Road/Busch Drive to the

Woolsey Fire, joined a panel

of residents directly affected

by the fire who spoke at a

symposium hosted by the

City of Malibu on Wednesday,

Sept. 11, at City Hall.

Jerry Vandermeulen, the

City’s fire safety liaison and

a retired battalion chief for

the Ventura County Fire Department,

said the symposium

was born out of the fact

that when people hear from

their friends, neighbors and

fellow residents about what

they experienced, lessons

learned and how they can

better prepare, it has much

more credence.

“The stories, the points

and the tips that these folks

can tell us, I hope you really

take to heart,” Vandermeulen

told the audience.

The entire speaker panel

emphasized how important

it is to make one’s home as

fire resistant as possible, including

through the installation

of fire-resistant features

such as metal roofs,

and flame and ember-resistant

vents. Keeping yards

clean and removing flammable

items around homes,

especially during red-flag

warnings, also is imperative,

they said.

“People who live in Malibu

have to understand they

choose to live in a high-fire

zone and take responsibility

for themselves and their

property,” said Matt Haines,

a 30-year resident of Corral

Canyon and a general building

contractor.

Councilmember Mikke

Pierson, who also was part

of the panel, agreed, saying

that he hears from residents

who say they pay enough

taxes that the firefighters

should be there to defend

their homes.

“As a City representative,

I will fight for more

government help on all levels,

but we can all take care

of our properties [before a

distaster] and make them

as ready as possible,” said

Pierson, who credited fireproofing

with saving his

Malibu West home.

The Larsens thought they

did the right thing environmentally

by replacing their

8,000-square-foot lawn

with dryscape, including

mulch. They learned that

embers can sit deep down

in mulch and get kicked up

again in high wind.

“You may as well be putting

kindling around your

house; this stuff burns like

a campfire,” Corey Larsen

said, adding the only thing

worse, in his opinion, are

railroad ties commonly used

in landscaping.

It was a wooden deck that

caught on fire and burned

their own home down, he

said.

In Corral Canyon, Haines

said he witnessed patio furniture

ignite one home on

fire, while dry grass along

the foundation was responsible

for another home fire.

“Fire can find the weakest

point and get into your

home, so it’s just imperative

how you pay attention

“People who live in Malibu have

to understand they choose to

live in a high-fire zone and take

responsibility for themselves and

their property.”

Matt Haines — Corral Canyon resident

and maintain your house,”

Haines said.

Several on the panel said

it was flying embers that destroyed

many homes.

Haines said it is imperative

that roofs are sealed so

embers are unable to get under

a roof, and that having

flat roofs and installing fireproof

cement roof shingles

on all types of roofs can

help.

Keegan Gibbs, who grew

up in Malibu, said his family’s

Point Dume home is

a case study for vegetation

landscaping best practices.

The high-moisture level

from the soil helped save the

entire backyard garden, and

airtight quality construction

from the studio helped

save the recording studio

and guest house, though the

rest of the home he grew up

in on Dume Drive was destroyed.

Planning ahead

Panel members emphasized

how important it is to

have a family emergency

and evacuation plan, and

to have necessary equipment

and supplies in place.

Haines said there’s an element

of complacency that

takes a year or two after

every fire, so it’s important

for neighborhoods to stay

engaged through organizing

fire safe councils or other

organizations, and having

a trusted network of neighbors.

Haines, along with several

other Corral Canyon residents,

are on-call firefighters

for Los Angeles County.

Marguerite Wherry, a

Corral Canyon resident,

is president of the Corral

Canyon Fire Safety Alliance,

which meets several

times a year. She has experienced

many fires as a Malibu

resident, and is credited

with helping to save many

homes.

Wherry’s preparation

plans include storing important

documents and photos

on a flash drive, always having

a full tank of gas, and

making sure her pantry has

plenty of food and water.

Other suggestions included

downloading PulsePoint,

a mobile phone application

that allows users to view

and receive alerts on calls

being responded to by the

fire department and emergency

medical services, as

well as having a traditional

battery-operated radio to

follow the news in case

electricity is out.

Corey Larsen said he

learned the hard way that

fire-retardant gel spray had

to be shaken every month,

and was already expired.

“If you’re going to buy

something like that, make

sure to read the instructions,”

he said.

Coming up

The City is to hold its Community Fire Season

Briefing at 10 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 21, at Malibu City

Hall, 23825 Stuart Ranch Road. The briefing will

offer an outlook for the upcoming peak fire season.

Fire Department Battalion Chief Drew Smith, a fire

behavior analyst, will provide information on local

fuel moisture, expected weather patterns, and what

that means for Malibu. Representatives from the

LA County Fire Department and Southern California

Edison also will attend.

To stay or to go?

Gibbs said that deciding

to stay behind during a fire

should really depend on

where you live, pointing out

that some neighborhoods,

like Point Dume, have more

temporary refuge areas and

wide roads.

He said those who live in

canyons, where homes are

closer together, with only

one way in and out, may

want to reconsider staying

because of safety issues.

Pierson, who is part of

the Malibu West Volunteer

Fire Brigade, also added

that those who think they

are going to stay home in

the next fire should evaluate

what kind of equipment and

training they have, and have

a plan.

“Just deciding to stay is

no plan,” Pierson said.

The Larsens agreed, saying

they had to get by with

little food and water, no

power and cell service, and

limited help when they decided

against evacuating.

Danusia said it is even

more important to be prepared,

saying she believes

there will even be less help

this time because even more

people may choose to stay

put.

Vandermeulen also pointed

out that the residents

have important intel and

information because they all

chose to stay behind during

the fire, either by making

a spontaneous decision or

planning ahead.

He emphasized that while

he has tremendous respect

for the panelists, the point of

the forum was not so much

to promote or learn how to

not evacuate, but to learn

from their experiences.

He noted that the City of

Malibu and the Los Angeles

County Fire Department

promotes and endorses the

“Ready-Set-Go! program,

which emphasizes having

an emergency and evacuation

plan, as well as hardening

a home before a fire.

Gibbs said that while the

City and County are not

going to want to take on

the responsibility of preparing

those who want to

stay with their homes in

the next fire, there are organizations

that will help

residents to prepare. He

added that residents should

not stay unprepared and tie

up fire resources to save

them.

Responding to an audience

member who said he

wished he didn’t evacuate

because he lost his home,

Wherry said he shouldn’t

second guess himself.

“It’s good that you left

because you weren’t prepared,”

she said. “You

could’ve lost your life, and

your life is more important

than your material things.”


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From sept. 15

Triathlete found dead

in his car in Malibu

Lauren Coughlin, Editor

A 69-year-old who ran

the Nautica Malibu Triathlon’s

Olympic distance race

Saturday, Sept. 14, was

found dead later that day in

Malibu.

Emergency responders

found the man — who the

Los Angeles County Medical

Examiner-Coroner later

identified as Stephen Zamucen,

of Newport Beach

— dead in his vehicle just

before 5 p.m. in the parking

lot near Busch Drive and

Pacific Coast Highway, according

to the Malibu/Lost

Hills Sheriff’s Office.

According to the coroner,

Zamucen died of natural

causes. Records indicate

that he went into a sudden

cardiac arrest and had

coronary artery disease, or

a hardening and narrowing

of the arteries around the

heart.

Dan Cruz, event spokesman

for the 33rd annual

Nautica Malibu Triathlon

provided the following

statement to the Malibu

Surfside News: “We were

shocked and saddened to

learn that a participant was

discovered in their vehicle

several hours after completing

the Olympic distance

triathlon and passed away.

This news is devastating

and our hearts are with the

participant’s loved ones during

this tragic time. We are

in communication with the

family and have extended

our deepest condolences.

“Out of respect for the

family’s request for privacy,

we will not be granting

any interviews or providing

any additional information

aside from our public statement.”

The Olympic Distance

Race, which kicked off

around 7 a.m. on Saturday,

consisted of a 1.5K swim

in the Pacific Ocean, a 40K

bike ride along the Pacific

Coast Highway, and a 10K

run along Zuma Beach.

Official Nautica Malibu

Triathlon results do not

list Zamucen, though the

coroner, police and triathlon

representatives have

each confirmed that he was

a participant.

Cruz said Zamucen did

not seek medical attention

while at the event.

For more on this and other

Breaking News, visit Malibu

SurfsideNews.com.

Malibu Planning Commission

set to reconvene next month

staff report

The Malibu Planning

Commission’s regular

meeting set for Monday,

Sept. 16, was canceled

several hours before the

commission was set to

convene.

The commission’s next

meeting will be held at

6:30 p.m. Monday, Oct. 7.

All public hearings that

had been set for Sept. 16

are expected to be heard

at the next meeting. Continued

items include a

conditional use permit

amendment for Soho Little

Beach House (located

at 22716 Pacific Coast

Highway), as well as assorted

permits for residential

projects at: 3989

Via Costera; 6050 Murphy

Way; 22271 Carbon

Mesa Road; 6737 Wildlife

Road; 5924 Zumirez

Drive; 28820 Cliffside

Drive; and 20238 Piedra

Chica Road.

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New, returning triathlon competitors race in Malibu

Participants raise

more than $1.3

million for pediatric

cancer research

Barbara Burke

Freelance Reporter

Retired NBA great Kareem

Abdul-Jabbar towered

high above 6-year-old cancer

survivor Ethan Moore

as he spoke Sunday, Sept.

15, on Day 2 of the Nautica

Malibu Triathlon.

“The fact that Nautica

and the sponsors and the

athletes go out of their way

to have this annual competitive

event and that Malibu

is so kind to host this triathlon

for 33 years is amazing,”

said Abdul-Jabbar,

celebrity host of the awards

ceremony for the triathlon,

which benefits the pediatric

cancer research program

at Children’s Hospital Los

Angeles. “As a leukemia

survivor, I know what a

tough fight it is because

when I was being treated,

I saw little children such as

we honored today who fight

the great fight without complaining,

and it is so great

for the community to help

them fight their battles.”

The event, held Saturday,

Sept. 14, and Sunday,

Sept. 15, was sponsored by

Bank of America and featured

participants running

their first triathlon, as well

as world-class athletes, corporate

and relay teams, and

celebrities.

The event also highlighted

children such as Moore,

who is cancer-free, but is

blind because a mass put

pressure on his retinas.

“Ethan was born in May

2013 and diagnosed in

Janet Swingle, grandmother to the late Sophia Andrade,

holds up Sophia’s photobook at the Sophia’s Buddies

team station.

October of that year with

optic pathway hypothalamic

glioma,” said Ethan’s

mother, Katie Moore. “He

was only 5 months old and

he had to endure 14 months

of chemotherapy, and then

he got a year off, and then

he had to undergo six more

months of chemotherapy.”

Children like Ethan reminded

participants that

their sweat and toil as they

swam, biked and ran were

well worth it because the

event raised $1.35 million

for cancer research efforts.

“The first year Ethan

was getting treatment, the

hospital asked us to come

and help receive the generous

donation check,” Katie

said.

It was then that Katie and

her husband, Aaron Moore,

decided to train and join the

triathlon, teaming up with

Sophia’s Buddies, a nonprofit

that organizes teams

for the event.

Michael Epstein, executive

producer of the triathlon,

reflected on the event’s

growth.

“We started this event 33

years ago with 300 people

and now it has burgeoned

into a two-day event that

has raised $15 million in

the last 14 years to benefit

cancer research,” he said.

This year’s event included

a new, sold-out long course

— consisting of a 1.2-mile

ocean swim, a 56-mile bike

ride and a 13.1 run — along

with its traditional offerings:

the Olympic-distance

race, with a 1.5K ocean

swim, 40K bike ride and

a 10K run, and the Classic

sprint race, with a .5-mile

ocean swim, 17-mile bike

ride and 4-mile run.

Pro elite athlete Jim Lubinski,

of Pacific Palisades,

competed twice — taking

second in the Olympic distance

race and taking first

in the classic distance race.

“It is amazing how many

people came out to support

this wonderful cause,” Lubinski

said. “I’ve personally

spent time with some

of the children who are

patients at the hospital, and

knowing that we are helping

them win their races

makes me push harder and

harder in the competition.”

Please see triathlon, 8

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar takes the stage at the Nautica Malibu Triathlon awards ceremony

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Second mountain lion

in NPS study falls

victim to poaching

Simi Valley man

faces charges for

shooting puma

without permit

Lauren Coughlin, Editor

A 60-year-old Simi Valley

man is facing criminal

charges for allegedly

shooting and killing a

mountain lion, a protected

mammal.

The charges against Alfredo

Gonzalez were announced

Sept. 10 by the

Ventura County District

Attorney’s Office.

According to the news

release, Gonzalez vandalized

the National Park

Service’s GPS collar worn

by P-38, a male mountain

lion which the National

Park Service first collared

in March 2015 in the Santa

Susana Mountains.

“On July 10, 2019, the

California Department of

Fish and Wildlife received

a report from the NPS that

collared mountain lion P-38

may have been killed in

Simi Valley after a mortality

signal was detected on

July 2, 2019,” the release

states. “It was ultimately

determined that the mountain

lion died of a gunshot

wound to the head.”

P-38, born in 2012, is believed

to have fathered four

different litters, according

to NPS. Gonzalez is to be

arraigned Oct. 9, in courtroom

11 of the Ventura Superior

Court.

The DA’s office further

noted that it is unlawful to

kill a mountain lion without

a permit from the California

Department of Fish

and Wildlife.

In late 2016, a Malibu

woman received such a

permit after mountain

lion P-45 was deemed responsible

for killing 11

pet alpacas and one goat.

Protests ensued, and the

woman later announced

that she would not act on

the permit.

The California Fish and

Game Code stipulates that

killing a mountain lion

without a permit is “punishable

by imprisonment in

the county jail for not more

than one year, or a fine of

not more than [$10,000],

or by both that fine and imprisonment”

unless the individual

can prove that they

were acting in self-defense

or in defense of others.

Besides P-38, NPS

knows of just one mountain

lion in its study that

was poached. The remains

of P-15, a male born in

2004, were found in the

western portion of the

Santa Monica Mountains

in August 2011. A yearlong

investigation into the

poaching case was unsuccessful,

according to the

National Park Service.

On Sept. 7, the NPS

shared that another mountain

lion in its study, P-61,

was killed while trying to

cross the 405 Freeway. Another

mountain lion, P-65,

recently crossed the 101

Freeway, leaving the Santa

Monica Mountains for the

Simi Hills.

Jian Parks and his dad, Michael, of Encino, participate in Coastal Cleanup Day at Malibu Lagoon in 2018. This

year’s event is slated for Saturday, Sept. 21, with cleanup sites in Malibu and beyond seeking volunteers.

Surfside News File Photo

Coastal Cleanup Day a call to arms

Volunteers to tackle

trash this Saturday

Staff Report

Coastal Cleanup Day

is approaching yet again

— with 2019 marking 30

years of cleanups led by

Heal the Bay in Los Angeles

County.

On Saturday, Sept. 21,

volunteers across the state

will work to tidy beaches

during the annual effort,

occurring from 9 a.m.-

noon at most locations.

Local beaches where

volunteers can chip in are

as follows:

• Leo Carrillo State

Beach (35000 Pacific

Coast Highway)

• Corral Canyon and Dan

Blocker county beaches

(26000 Pacific Coast Highway)

• Malibu Lagoon State

Beach (23200 Pacific

Coast Highway)

• Malibu Surfrider Beach

(23050 Pacific Coast Highway)

• Malibu Pier (23000 Pacific

Coast Highway)

• Topanga Beach (18700

Pacific Coast Highway)

Both Leo Carrillo and

Malibu Pier will offer underwater

cleanup opportunities

for divers. According

to the media release

from Heal the Bay, “divers

always score the weirdest

finds: drones, scooters,

cellphones, and loads of

plastic trash.”

Malibu Lagoon was at

capacity as of Sunday,

Sept. 15, according to the

Eventbrite listing for the

events.

Last year, 13,464 volunteers

flocked to 78 cleanup

sites across Los Angeles

County, according to Heal

the Bay’s 2018 report, and

gathered 59,600 pounds of

trash.

Along with cigarette

butts, plastic straws and

the like, volunteers in

Malibu last year found

some oddities, including a

Coca-Cola can from 1962,

a plein air painting, a Buddha

statue, a bolt cutter

and more.

The event spans far

beyond LA County,

however.

In 2018, across the state

of California, 66,535 volunteers

removed 839,629

pounds of debris, Heal

the Bay reported, and

worldwide, 789,138 volunteers

removed over 20

million pounds of trash

and debris.

To register for the free

volunteer opportunity in

Malibu and beyond, visit

eventbrite.com/e/coastalcleanup-day-2019-tick

ets-52766781865.

Additional information

also is available at heal

thebay.org/event/coastalcleanup-day-2019/.


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Photo Op

Malibu resident and Surfside freelance photographer

Suzy Demeter shared this snapshot of a sand pattern

resembling a giraffe.

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triathlon

From Page 5

Dr. Paul Viviano, president

and CEO of CHLA,

explained how important

the contributions from the

triathlon are to CHLA’s research.

“This year, we have

2,000 patients on drug trials

in Phase 3 of research,

which is the step right before

the FDA approves a

new drug for patients,” Viviano

said.

“We have had 7,000 new

diagnoses this past year,

and what is so exciting in

the research is that treatments

now are personalized;

they are based on the

genetic makeup of the patient,

and the results we are

seeing are phenomenal,”

he said. “Outcomes are 25

percent improved over the

last five years for pediatric

leukemia.”

“This is cancer research

in real time,” said Dr. Alan

Wayne, director of the Children’s

Center for Cancer

and Blood Diseases at the

hospital. “Every dollar donated

will go to support kids

dealing with cancer through

clinical trials of cuttingedge,

life-saving therapies,

and to perform laboratory

research that will change

how we diagnose and treat

childhood cancer.”

To donate, visit chla.org/

ways-help.

Malibu residents joined in a Sept. 7 protest of the Thirty Meter Telescope that is proposed to be built in Mauna Kea,

Hawaii. Photo Submitted

MHS alumna organizes local protest

of telescope project in Mauna Kea

Barbara Burke

Freelance Reporter

A group gathered Sept.

7 in Malibu in support of

native Hawaiians’ protest

against the construction of

the Thirty Meter Telescope

on Mauna Kea, a site considered

holy by indigenous

people of Hawaii, some of

whom have steadfastly protested

the construction of

the telescope for more than

a decade.

After a long court battle,

construction of the project

is slated to begin this year.

In response, protests

have increased and Malibuite

Nina Hungerland, a

2016 graduate of Malibu

High School, organized an

event to raise awareness in

Malibu. The group, many

of whom wore T-shirts stating

“reverence, integrity,

respect,” gathered at the

intersection of Busch Drive

and Pacific Coast Highway

and walked to Westward

Beach, where they gathered

at the Laughing Dog Story

Bus, played ukuleles and

other instruments, and sang

songs.

One of their works, “The

Heavenly Way,” expressed

their protestations, “You can

feel the Aloha of this land.

United we stand all with

one purpose and motive in

mind: to protect Mauna Kea

and draw the line. This is

enough. It’s been too long.

The desecration and disrespect

has to stop.”

“All of us are aware of

this issue but many are

afraid to speak out,” attendee

Aidan Delear said. “We

can change things through

simple acts of showing up

and facing issues, and we

all need to be aware that we

are all connected and cultures

should be respected.”

Jennifer Waterhouse Pietro

chimed in, noting she

and her children come from

a family with deep roots in

Hawaii.

“This event represents

our coming together on behalf

of our brothers and sisters

in Hawaii and it reflects

the deep connection between

many people in Malibu

and the Hawaiian people,”

she said. “We should

all be aware and realize it

is good to protest in order

to protect our environment

and we need to preserve the

culture and heritage of the

native Hawaiian people.”

Hungerland’s friend Kamealani

flew in from Hawaii

to join in the event.

“We came to raise awareness

of the plight of Mauna

Kea,” he said. “People need

to be aware of the danger

the telescope presents because

it involves nuclear

power which could compromise

the huge fresh water

source on the island and

pollute the aquifer, possibly

harming life in the ocean;

although such pollution is

not as visible as plastics, it

is just as deadly.”

Kamealani discussed

why Hawaiians revere

Mauna Kea, and why many

object to the telescope’s

construction.

“They are basically asking

permission to build an

enormous structure on our

church,” he said. “We ask,

aren’t the 13 telescopes that

are already there enough?”


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University gathers on 18th anniversary of 9/11

Staff Report

Pepperdine University

representatives gathered

on the morning of Sept. 11,

2019 — 18 years after the

terrorist attack of the World

Trade Center — to honor

those who still grieve, and

to commemorate the heroes

whose courageous acts prevented

further loss of life

during the historic tragedy.

The final flag in Pepperdine’s

Waves of Flags display

at Alumni Park was

planted by Pat Boone, an

American singer and longtime

friend to the Waves.

Waves of Flags, now on display

for its 12 consecutive

year, includes 2,887 American

flags for each American

life lost as well as 90 international

flags representing

the home countries of those

from abroad.

The Sept. 11 ceremony

was led by University

Chancellor Sara Young

Jackson, and also included:

the placing of the memorial

wreath by Chase Johnson

and Jessie Arnold, of the

Seaver College Student

Government Association;

a scripture reading (Psalm

46) by Meredith McCune,

president of the Seaver

College Student Government

Association; a reading

by Natalie Escobedo,

vice president of administration

for the Seaver College

Student Government

Association; a message

from Pepperdine President

Jim Gash; and a benediction

delivered by Sharon

Hargrave, executive director

of the Boone Center for

the Family.

Waves of Flags, at the

corner of Pacific Coast

Highway and Malibu Canyon

Road, remains on display

through Sept. 25.

Pat Boone smiles after planting the final flag (in honor of Pepperdine Alumnus Thomas E. Burnett Jr., a passenger on

United Flight 93) at the Waves of Flags display on Sept. 11. Photos by Suzy Demeter/Surfside News

Pepperdine University President Jim Gash provides a message during

the Sept. 11 ceremony in front of the Waves of Flags display.

Sharon

Hargrave,

executive

director

Boone

Center for

the Family,

delivers the

benediction.

Chase Johnson (left) and Jessie Arnold, of the Seaver College Student Government Association, place

the memorial wreath in front of the display.


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577 pounds of marijuana, 607 gallons of

gasoline found aboard abandoned boat

Lauren Coughlin, Editor

Local authorities found

41 bales, or about 577

pounds, of marijuana

aboard a beached, 35-foot

fishing boat Saturday, Sept.

14, just north of the Malibu

city line.

U.S. Coast Guard Petty

Officer Mark Barney said

the abandoned panga boat

was found near Deer Creek

Road and Pacific Coast

Highway. A press release

from the U.S. Coast Guard

says it was located at 6:20

a.m.

Ventura County narcotics

detectives responded to the

scene and said panga boats

“are outboard-powered

fishing boats commonly

used by sophisticated maritime

narcotics smugglers to

smuggle large quantities of

narcotics from Mexico to

the United States.” As of

8:30 a.m. Monday, Sept.

16, Ventura County police

said they did not have any

suspects or leads.

Motorcyclist injured in crash on Decker Canyon

Lauren Coughlin, Editor

A male motorcyclist was

taken to the hospital Sept.

8, after being ejected from

his bike and falling down a

steep cliffside.

The Los Angeles County

Fire Department was

called to scene, in the

4200 block of Decker

Canyon Road, at 5:09

p.m., according to Marvin

Lim, Los Angeles County

Fire spokesperson, and officials

arrived at 5:23 p.m.

From sept. 15

“In addition to the marijuana,

deputies located 37

large containers filled with

approximately 605 gallons

of gasoline,” a release from

the Ventura County Sheriff’s

Office details. “The

gas containers were located

inside the panga, floating

in the water and some

were on the beach. The

large amount of gasoline is

common among narcoticssmuggling

panga boats.”

The Coast Guard helped

to clean up and dispose of

the gas containers, police

said.

Coast Guard officials

also conducted a shoreline

search for individuals in

distress but did not locate

anyone, Barney said.

Representatives of the

Ventura County Fire Department,

U.S. Border Patrol

and California State

Park Lifeguards also responded

to the incident.

The sheriff’s department

is reportedly running lead

on the investigation, which

was ongoing as of press

time.

“The Ventura County

Sheriff’s Office is committed

to aggressively target

maritime narcotics trafficking

by working closely

with U.S. Customs and

Border Protection Agents

and U.S. Coast Guard to

combat maritime narcotics

trafficking affecting Ventura

County,” police stated

in a press release.

Anyone who can provide

information that leads to

the leads to an arrest and

criminal complaint against

the person(s) involved in

the crime may receive an

award of up to $1,000. The

caller may remain anonymous,

and the call is not

recorded, police noted. To

provide information, call

Crime Stoppers at (800)

222-8477.

For more on this and other

Breaking News, visit Malibu

SurfsideNews.com.

The patient was transported

to the hospital at

5:45 p.m.

“A bystander scrambled

down the steep cliffside

about 50 feet in an attempt

to get to the rider, but he

stopped there as the hillside

was very steep,” David

Katz, public information

officer and operations

leader for Malibu Search

and Rescue, stated in an

email to the Surfside, noting

that SAR was standing

by while fire officials responded.

“A fireman with

a handline was able to assist

that bystander back up

the hillside.”

The motorcycle was

caught under the guard

rail, Katz added.

Lim and Katz did

not have details on the

extent of the rider’s

injuries.

LA County Fire declined

to provide the age or hometown

of the motorcyclist.

No other vehicles were

involved in the incident.


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Police Reports

Party bus, miscellaneous goods reportedly taken from rental property

A 1998 Ford party bus

valued at $8,000, a $6,000

painting, a $3,700 Mac-

Book Pro, a $2,200 banner,

$2,000 worth of various

clothing and shoes, a $200

Samsung tablet, and a $200

power drill reportedly were

stolen from a residence on

Moonrise Drive, according

to an Aug. 29 police report.

The alleged victim stated

that the property is used as

an Airbnb, and he only goes

to the property when he is

expecting guests. He arrived

at the property two days prior

to guests staying there to

make sure it was clean, and

noticed his pink party bus

was missing from the driveway

and other items were

missing from the house.

Sept. 8

• An $800 iPad tablet an

iPhone valued at $200, and

Bluetooth speakers valued at

$170 reportedly were stolen

from a vehicle in the Surfrider

Beach parking lot, 23050

Pacific Coast Highway. The

alleged victim stated he was

assisting with a surf competition

when a man asked if

he could borrow some items

from his car. When the victim

eventually returned to

his vehicle, he noticed items

missing. He could not recall

if he locked the vehicle and

there were no signs of forced

entry. The victim stated that

he believes it was the same

male he talked to earlier who

took the items. He also saw

the same man approach others

and request to borrow

personal items. The victim

gave a description of the

man to police.

Sept. 7

• An $850 Rip Curl wetsuit

reportedly was stolen from

a surfer at Surfrider Beach,

23200 Pacific Coast Highway.

The alleged victim

stated that about 4 p.m., he

left the wetsuit on his vehicle’s

roof rack as he contemplated

going back out

to surf again. A male who

appeared to be a transient

reportedly approached him

and offered to repair his car

stereo. As the victim looked

inside the trunk of his car,

where the stereo was located,

the suspect took the

wetsuit and fled. There was

no video surveillance.

• An iPhone valued at $1,000

and a $400 Louis Vuitton

wallet containing a driver’s

license and credit cards reportedly

were stolen from a

vehicle parked at Nicholas

Canyon State Beach, 33850

Pacific Coast Highway. The

alleged victim stated that

they placed the phone and

wallet under a towel in the

car trunk, locked the car,

and placed the car key in a

case on the rear wheel well

before going to the beach.

Upon their return, the key

and items were missing.

Champs Sports in Canoga

Park declined an attempted

$400 charge on the victim’s

credit card.

Sept. 5

• Non-prescription drugs

valued at $950 reportedly

were stolen from CVS Pharmacy,

23805 Malibu Road.

The store supervisor said

two females entered the

store and went through the

aisles, taking miscellaneous

items. They both left the

store through the front door

while carrying large bags.

After the store sensor alarm

went off, the supervisor attempted

to catch up with the

women, but they ran out of

view. There is video surveillance

of the theft. Police

observed a large amount of

Claritin and other allergy

medicine missing from the

shelves.

Sept. 3

• An unknown amount of

Ciro-brand electronic cigarettes

in various flavors

(valued at $30.91 each) reportedly

were stolen from

Circle K, 21216 Pacific

Coast Highway. The alleged

theft occurred during

early morning and deputies

arrived to conduct a safety

search for suspects in and

around the store, but none

were located. Deputies did

find the store’s window

smashed and several opened

electronic cigarette packs

lying on the floor next to the

window. Video surveillance

footage was to be provided.

• A purse, containing a

wallet with a driver’s license,

social security card,

credit and debit cards, a gift

card and $30 cash reportedly

was stolen from the

Southern California Edison

work lot at Civic Center

Drive and Stuart Ranch

Road. The vehicle was unlocked

and the purse was

on the front passenger seat

when the theft occurred.

• An unknown number

of items reportedly were

stolen during a burglary

attempt at a residence on

Ramirez Mesa Drive. The

alleged victim was in Dubai

on March 21 when he received

a notification on his

cellphone from his security

system. He stated that

video surveillance showed

two unknown suspects (one

male and one female) along

with a dog inside his residence.

He called 911, but

the suspects left prior to

deputies’ arrival. The victim

tried to file a report at

that time, but was informed

he would have to do so in

person. The victim returned

Sept. 3 and saw keys in the

ignition of his Porsche and

a frame with money in the

backseat of the vehicle.

Sept. 1

• Four protein lunch boxes,

two juices, and a protein

bar (collectively valued at

$39.45) reportedly were

stolen from the Starbucks

at 3900 Cross Creek Road.

A shift manager reportedly

saw an unknown male grab

items from the refrigerated

case and ran out through the

front door. There is video

footage of the theft.

Aug. 31

• Two iPhones, valued at

$800 each, and $400 in cash

reportedly were stolen from

a vehicle in the parking lot

at Malibu Lagoon State

Beach, 23200 Pacific Coast

Highway. The alleged victim

stated that they locked

their vehicle and hid the

key fob under a rock in the

nearby foliage. When they

returned, the key fob was

missing, the car unlocked,

and items missing. The victim’s

credit card statement

showed a $3,711 purchase

at the Apple store in Santa

Monica. The victim was

able to remotely lock both

stolen phones, but was unable

to find their exact locations.

• An $800 iPhone, a $600

iWatch, $150 cash, and

driver’s license and credit

cards reportedly were stolen

from a vehicle parked

on the north side of the road

near the parking lot entrance

to Nicholas Canyon Beach,

7103 Westward Road. The

alleged victim stated he

locked the vehicle, but left

the car key on the front driver’s

side wheel before going

to surf. When he returned,

the vehicle was still locked,

but his personal items were

missing from the car. An

attempt to charge $2,870

on the victim’s credit card

reportedly was made at the

Apple Store in Santa Monica.

Another $3,300 charge

was attempted on the victim’s

credit card later that

day at the same store, according

to the report.

• Porsche headlamps valued

at $5,000 reportedly were

stolen from a residence on

Pacific Coast Highway

sometime between Aug. 20-

27. At approximately 5 p.m.

on Aug. 29, the alleged victim

parked his vehicle in his

driveway and went inside

his residence. At 7:30 a.m.

the next morning, he noticed

the headlights to his vehicle

were missing. There were no

other items missing and no

other damage to the vehicle.

The victim stated that the

suspect(s) had spray painted

one of the surveillance cameras

to block it out, and the

other camera’s view was obstructed

by a tree.

Aug. 28

• An iPhone valued at

$1,000 reportedly was

stolen from Little Dume

Beach, 6934 Wildlife Road.

The alleged victim said she

was at the beach at about 5

p.m. on Aug. 27, and placed

the phone on a boulder for

about five minutes while

she took photos with her

friends. When she returned,

the phone was gone.

Aug. 27

• A catalytic converter (valued

at $3,708.48) reportedly

was stolen from a Ford

Econoline van parked between

Aug. 23-26 at A.B.

Malibu Plumbing, 21249

PCH.

• Four cigars (valued at

$125) reportedly were stolen

from a vehicle parked

at an apartment complex

parking garage in the 22000

block of PCH. Video surveillance

showed a black

vehicle with three men inside

entering the garage, and

then using tools to smash

the vehicle’s window.

Aug. 24

• A laptop (valued at

$1,700), and a wallet with

credit cards reportedly were

stolen from a vehicle at

18412 Pacific Coast Highway.

The alleged victim

stated she parked her vehicle

at 4:15 p.m., just west

of Mastro’s Ocean Club on

the southbound shoulder of

PCH. She locked her vehicle

and went inside, but

when she returned, the rear

passenger window had been

smashed with an unknown

object and items were missing.

The sun obstructed the

surveillance camera lens at

the time of the incident.

Aug. 20

• A trash bin reportedly was

stolen from a residence on

Pacific Coast Highway. The

theft occurred sometime between

Aug. 19-20. Universal

Waste Systems told the

resident she needed to file a

report to receive a new bin.

EDITOR’S NOTE: The Malibu

Surfside News police reports

are compiled from official

records on file at the Los

Angeles County Lost Hills/

Malibu Sheriff’s Department

headquarters. Anyone listed in

these reports is considered to

be innocent of all charges until

proven guilty in a court of law.


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Keeping the torch going

Tiny Tot Olympics

to return to Bluffs

Park Sept. 22

Submitted by the City of

Malibu

The City of Malibu’s annual

Tiny Tot Olympics is

coming up once again on

Sunday, Sept. 22, at Malibu

Bluffs Park.

Registration begins at

11:30 a.m., and the group

torch run and warm-up start

promptly at noon. Children

ages 2-6 can choose between

more than 10 different

sporting activities meant

to inspire confidence, and

teach youth about teamwork,

friendly competition

and sporting activity. The

event is free for all to participate.

Bounce house tickets

are available the day of the

event for $5.

The Community Services

Department has collaborated

with various instructors

and vendors who will

be managing the sports

activities. Stations will include

soccer with Super

Soccer Stars, gymnastics

with Monarchs Gymnastics,

baseball with Momentum

Academies, tennis with

Coach Erik from Malibu

High School, martial arts

with The Pit, and more.

GoGo Squeez is the official

sponsor of the event and

will provide a complimentary

snack. Apollo’s Coffee

Truck will be selling coffee

beverages and smoothies.

Every child is a winner

and will receive a ribbon

for their efforts. Parents are

encouraged to bring a camera

to capture their young

Olympic champion.

For more information,

contact the Community Services

Department at (310)

317-1364, or visit www.

MalibuCity.org/TotOlym

pics.

City of Malibu Recreation Coordinator Lisa Crespo leads the group torch run Sept. 23 during the Tiny Tot Olympics at

Bluffs Park. Surfside News File Photo

RSVPs requested for new local authors series events

Two residents to

be featured in first

event on Sept. 25

Submitted by the City of

Malibu

The Malibu Library and

the City of Malibu present

the debut of the “Malibu

Speaker Series Showcase:

Local Author Series” at 7

p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 25,

at the Malibu Library (23519

West Civic Center Way).

A second Local Author

Series takes place at 7 p.m.

Wednesday, Nov. 6, at Malibu

High School (30215

Morning View Drive).

The series is a program of

LA County Library and the

City of Malibu that features

published authors who live

and write in Malibu. The

program was developed

in response to community

feedback received during

the Malibu Library Needs

Assessment in 2018.

Two events in 2019 will

highlight four local authors

who have written books on

a wide range of subjects. All

community members are

invited to attend the event,

which includes a panel discussion

and book signing.

Two local authors, Suzanne

Guldimann and June Louks,

will be featured speakers at

the first Local Author Series

on Sept. 25.

Malibu resident Suzanne

Guldimann will be among

those featured in the Local

Author Series.

Guldimann is a local

writer, artist, and musician

who grew up in Malibu and

is the associate editor of

MessengerMountainNews.

com. Her book, “Life in

Malibu,” outlines the real

Malibu, beyond the tabloid

stories and mega-mansions.

Louks is the author of “A

Malibu Mom’s Manifesto

On Fresh Whole Foods,”

which highlights healthy

recipes that any family, and

the planet, will love. She is

the co-founder of the Malibu

Agricultural Society and

is committed to the well-being

and healing of families

and communities.

The events are free and

open to all, but space is limited,

so RSVPs are requested.

For more information, or

to RSVP, visit www.Malibu

City.org/LibrarySpeakers or

call the Malibu Library at

(310) 456-6438.

Suzanne Guldimann will discuss her book “Life in

Malibu” on Wednesday, Sept. 25. Malibu author June

Louks also will be featured at the event, which will kick

off the new series. photos submitted


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News Briefs

Public health department,

CDC alike alert residents to

dangers of e-cigarettes

On the heels of announcing

the first Los Angeles

County death allegedly attributed

to electronic cigarette

use, the county’s Department

of Public Health

is raising awareness regarding

the dangers of the

devices.

As of Sept. 6, the department

states that there

have been 12 reports of

vaping-associated pulmonary

injury in Los Angeles

County.

As of 5 p.m. on Sept.

11, the Centers for Disease

Control and Prevention reported

that they have been

made aware of 380 cases

of lung illness associated

with the use of e-cigarette

products, including cases

in California, 35 other

states and one U.S. territory.

Six e-cigarette related

deaths were confirmed in

California, Illinois, Indiana,

Kansas, Minnesota

and Oregon, according to

the CDC.

Most patients have reported

a history of using

e-cigarette products containing

THC, according to

the CDC, and many patients

have reported using

THC and nicotine. Some,

however, have reported

the use of e-cigarette

products containing only

nicotine.

To date, no specific e-

cigarette or vaping product

or substance has been

linked to all such cases.

“Nationwide, we are

learning how dangerous

these devices may be, and

the long-term health impacts

remain unknown at

this time,” said Dr. Muntu

Davis, Los Angeles County

health officer. “As their

popularity rises, especially

among teens and young

adults, we are compelled

to warn our 10 million

residents that the risks

of using these devices,

with or without nicotine,

marijuana, CBD or some

street concoction, may

now include severe lung

injury.”

Nationwide and locally,

emergency officials are

seeing increasing cases of

severe pulmonary illnesses

associated with vaping, officials

stated, with symptoms

including coughing,

difficulty breathing,

fever, vomiting and

diarrhea.

The department urged

health care providers to

watch for signs of severe

respiratory illness among

patients who recently used

vaping products including

e-cigarettes, and to report

cases to the Los Angeles

County Department

of Public Health at (626)

299-3504.

Last month, the Los Angeles

County Department

of Public Health highlighted

an increase in vaping

popularity among local

youth.

More than 30 percent

of Los Angeles County

high school students have

reported using e-cigarette

products, and 10 percent

of high school students

regularly use e-cigarette

products, according to the

2017-18 California Student

Tobacco Survey and

the California Healthy

Kids Survey.

E-cigarettes used for

vaping were reportedly the

most commonly used tobacco

product among high

school students.

More information about

vaping as well as parent

resources can be found at

LAQuits.com/vaping.

LA County seniors,

disabled residents may

be eligible for CalFresh

benefits

Senior citizens and individuals

with disabilities

who reside in Los Angeles

County and receive

Supplemental Security Income

may also be eligible

to receive CalFresh food

benefits, thanks to a program

expansion on June 1

of this year, according to a

Sept. 11 press release from

Los Angeles County Department

of Public Social

Services.

CalFresh food benefits

are delivered electronically

via an Electronic Benefits

Transfer card which

works like a bank debit

card. The card can be used

at participating supermarkets,

restaurants, and farmers

markets.

DPSS urges LA County

residents who are in need

of food assistance to apply

for CalFresh.

With an understanding

that many older adults may

face obstacles in regard to

transportation and mobility

access, the department

is encouraging customers

to take advantage of outof-office

enrollment options.

Customers can apply by

calling (866) 613-3777,

from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30

p.m. Monday through Friday,

or by visiting www.

getcalfresh.org, which is

accessible on any computer

or mobile device or

via the department’s Your

Benefits Now application

system.

News Briefs are compiled

by Editor Lauren Coughlin,

lauren@malibusurfsidenews.

com.

Business Briefs

Library contest accepting

submissions through Nov. 1

The Malibu Library’s

40th annual LA County

Library Bookmark Contest

is underway, with submissions

being accepted

through Nov. 1.

The library is again urging

locals in kindergarten

through 12th grade to participate.

Entries are to be

judged on creativity and

originality. No licensed

characters may be used.

Entry forms can be

found at the Malibu Library

(23519 Civic Center

Way), or downloaded from

lacountylibrary.org/book

mark-contest/.

Submissions can be

turned in at the Malibu

Library, or mailed to LA

County Library, Youth

Services, 7400 E. Imperial

Highway, Room 208,

Downey, CA 90242 (Attn:

Bookmark Contest 2019).

Winners are to be announced

on Nov. 15.

Marketing campaign

supports Malibu

businesses

Following the Woolsey

Fire, Malibu digital tech

agency Vivid Candi and

the Malibu Chamber of

Commerce teamed up to

launch the #shopmalibu

campaign, aiming to help

businesses recover from

profit loss suffered in the

wake of the disaster.

Vivid Candi’s full service

marketing campaign

included print, digital, social,

influencers, PR and

viral videos.

According to the agency,

the campaign boosted

Malibu brand awareness,

fueling thousands of link

clicks to Malibu shopping

center pages, and a viral

video which had nearly

70,000 views and more

than 230 shares in its first

two weeks from residents

in a 30-mile radius.

Vivid Candi was established

in 1999 by self-made

16-year-old Chris Wizner.

For more information on

Vivid Candi, visit www.

vividcandi.com.

Business Briefs are compiled

by Editor Lauren Coughlin,

lauren@malibusurfsidenews.

com.

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Don’t Panic, It’s Organic

Taking the proactive path to soil care

Andy Lopez

Invisible Gardener

Contributing Columnist

From early childhood,

we are taught that we

can take something

to make things better.

All we want is to feel

better for now, and, therefore,

we also want to control

a plant disease for now

or kill off those pesky ants

for now. All of these things

are temporary and do not

address the real cause.

They are the effects. We do

not know the law of cause

and effect, and so we see

things and then respond to

them — much like how we

only go to the dentist when

it hurts.

I heard about a study

that found that men only

bought new shoes when

their old shoes break. TV

advertisements say you can

continue eating whatever

you want as long as you

take these pills.

I have never been one to

follow the crowd. Whenever

I was told something,

I automatically questioned

it. I had many reasons for

doing so, but the main

reason was that what I was

told was usually wrong!

It was apparent to me as a

kid, and then when I got

out of the service, being

someone who likes to

make things grow, I asked

myself why they grow so

well. Each time I come

back to the soil.

Recently, a gardener

asked me what to spray a

hibiscus with for whiteflies.

He said he had tried

everything organic that he

could find, and still had

whiteflies, probably even

worse than before!

The usual response that

I give to such questions

is inquiring as to what is

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being used to fertilize the

plant. What are you doing

for the soil? Are you using

compost, and do you use

rock dust?

Most gardeners, such as

this one, would answer no

to both compost and rock

dust. Most would not even

remember what type of

organic fertilizer they were

using.

The hibiscus needs

a slightly acidic soil; it

grows best at 6.5 to 6.8

pH. That also happens to

be the best pH level for

certain types of microbial

life that the hibiscus needs

to process its mineral

requirements.

It is the microbials that

live on the root hairs of the

hibiscus and other plants

that process the available

trace minerals and turn it

into a nutritional resource.

This process of remineralization

of the soil takes

time. It was meant to take

time, just like the seasons

have their time, the microbial

life also has its time to

make this process happen.

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It takes time to dissolve the

various trace minerals. It

takes time to convert them

into a solvent that can then

be passed on to the plants

via root hairs. It takes time

for the minerals to travel

out and cover the whole

plant or tree body.

I try to teach that there

is always a short-term

solution and a long-term

solution. If you only deal

with the short term, while

you may get some immediate

gratification, it will not

last long.

In terms of pest and

disease control in plants

— say, like controlling

whiteflies on hibiscus — if

the short term is getting

shorter and shorter, it will

eventually not work at

all. That tells me that the

long-term solution needs

to begin. The long-term

solution to whitefly control

is healthy soil of the right

pH level, with the right

combination of microbial

life and trace minerals.

So, the first thing I would

do is make sure that the

hibiscus is getting all of its

minerals. Make sure it gets

all the necessary nutrients.

Poet’s Corner

This is best done via foliar

applications and not soil

applications. Any soil applications

will be a waste if it

is not addressing the proper

issue: that of microbial life

present in the soil.

The short-term solutions

should provide the trace

mineral along with proper

sources of nitrogen, phosphorus,

and potassium,

without further damaging

the soil and or the plant.

I do not prescribe to standard

methods of treatment.

So, for whiteflies, one can

use any number of shortterm

applications: garlic,

cold brew coffee, Safer

soap, tea and Dr. Bronner’s

soaps, to name a few. If appropriately

used, these will

kill any whitefly. I would

use small amounts.

Being proactive means

being involved. Reduce

and eliminate all toxins

being put into the soil. This

means chemical fertilizers,

which destroy all of the

beneficial microbials. What

this is all about is allowing

the microbials to live a full,

healthy, productive life.

What they do best is provide

all plants, trees, birds,

bees and insects with a living

environment in which

everything living beings

need to thrive is there.

Keeping this environment

healthy also benefits

us. Everything we eat and

touch affects us. The air

we breathe, the water we

drink, the food we eat —

all are dependent on this

healthy environment. As

a soil healer, I will do

whatever it takes to keep

my soil happy and healthy.

I understand that trees get

sick because the soil is

sick. All diseases start in

the soil.

Understanding this is

a major step in having

healthy beings living a full

life without diseases and

pests.

With our current climate

crisis, we are short on

time. The healing process

must be proactive. Start

in your own environment,

and it will affect the world.

Take the best care of your

soil that you can and she

will take care of you!

Any questions? Email me at

andylopez@invisiblegardener.

com.

How to make the world a better place

Jacqueline Craven, Malibu resident

Smile a lot and greet each day with joy

and thanks

Love a lot, hug and share the joy

Cherish the earth and know that soil is

not dirt,

but filled with life and nourishment

Give a lot of time and listening

Be here now, embrace each moment as

a gift

When life gets tough, accept the lesson

Learn from adversity and live with

love.

Want to submit a poem to the Surfside?

Email Editor Lauren Coughlin at lauren@

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Top Web Stories

at MalibuSurfsideNews.com as of Monday, Sept. 16.

1. Pepperdine’s Waves of Flags display installed

for 12th consecutive year

2. Updated: Triathlete found dead in his car in

Malibu

3. Lanes of PCH to be closed for Nautica Malibu

Triathlon

4. Freiman set to highlight Beatles history in Sept.

18 presentation in Malibu

5. Pepperdine University gathers, plants final flag

on 18th anniversary of 9/11

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Gan Malibu Preschool and Infant Center

posted Thursday, Sept. 12:

“So much love and attention given to all

the babies and toddlers in our infant center..

bottle feeding is such a special time

to bond and so relaxing to be sitting in the

garden enjoying the fresh air.

#love #connect #bond”

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Roger Horne (@PepperdineRoger)

posted Friday, Sept. 13:

“I’m looking forward to a great year

covering @PeppGolf and senior standout

Joshua McCarthy, and I enjoyed my talk

with him for this week’s #PeppTalk podcast:

gowav.es/PeppTalk76”

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From the Editor

Lauren Coughlin

lauren@malibusurfsidenews.com

In last week’s issue,

while reflecting on the

Waves of Flags display,

I suggested that there did

not need to be an event to

inspire one to take a moment

and pay respect to the

victims of 9/11 — though

the display helps to set the

tone.

Letters to the Editor

Observations from the

‘Best Fair Ever’

Four days over the Labor

Day weekend each year,

the Malibu Chili Cook-Off

rivals Disneyland as the

happiest place on earth, although

this year the humidity

made it feel more like the

Magic Kingdom in Florida.

I volunteer to work there

because I like being around

people who leave their

problems elsewhere.

The chili, food concessions,

music, rides, displays

and games make for high

caliber entertainment. Long

lines awaiting admittance at

night were testament to that.

Security was a little

tighter this year, for obvious

reasons.

I enjoy rubbing elbows

with attitude-free celebrities

out to have a good time

with neighbors and regular

folks. (I’ll leave the namedropping

to TMZ.)

I ran into my ex, and

even she was nice to me for

a change.

A starting point

That message extends

far beyond just that particular

display.

Generally, much of our

news coverage is driven

by events, but the event is

typically just the starting

point. And I, for one,

appreciate the impact

that stories of all types

can inspire for attendees

as well as those who

may not have been able

to attend the particular

event.

On Page 3, you will find

our coverage of the fire

symposium hosted by the

City of Malibu in which

So many beautiful wideeyed

babies.

I felt bad for the young

man who lost the keys to

his dad’s car.

What defines a service

dog these days? You tell

me! There were awesome

pooches of all breeds taking

in the sights and smells.

Tattoos? I saw plenty.

When I was young, tats

were mostly sported by

ruffians and guys in the

military. I stifle my surprise

when I see a pretty

girl with a demonic skull

emblazoned on her back or

gargoyle wrapped around

her neck or arm. If a young

person seeks counsel – still

waiting for that – I will

suggest holding off until

age 30 to get one and perhaps

by then the desire will

have faded. I lost that “loving

feeling” for my tattoo

countless moons ago.

I was standing at a food

truck when I noticed a

young woman carrying a

gargantuan stuffed bear

several Malibu residents

shared their experiences

with the Woolsey Fire. It’s

not a pleasant experience

to revisit, and while for

some it may have sounded

like an undesirable way

to spend an evening, the

learning that can come

from talking about that experience

greatly outweighs

that discomfort.

Unfortunately, the reality,

as we have all heard

time and time again, is

that Malibu residents

need to prepare for the

next disaster. This week,

the City is to host two

nearly twice her size. Her

boyfriend privately confessed

that he dropped so

much money on the game

to win that bear he probably

could’ve bought a real

one. The adoring sparkle in

his girl’s eyes? Priceless!

Casey, Siugen and Sandy

of the Malibu Boys and

Girls Club run a professionally

orchestrated, moneymaking

extravaganza.

Once you’re in, there’s no

leaving and coming back.

Tickets are full price up to

closing time. Veterans need

more events as part of

National Preparedness

Month: the Fire Safe

Council Workshop at 6

p.m. Thursday, Sept. 19,

and the Community Fire

Season Briefing at 10

a.m. Saturday, Sept. 21.

So, while Malibu is

holding events in light

of preparedness month, I

think it goes without saying

that it’s an everyday

need that extends well past

September. So, while I’d

urge you to take advantage

of the approaching opportunities,

I hope that is just

the beginning.

proof for discounted admission.

Only little kids get infree.

The rules enhance income

generation, as funds

will be widely dispersed.

Cook-Off proceeds benefit

not only the club,

but also five community

youth charity partners.

It is indeed all about our

children.

May this marvelous Malibu

gem forever glow.

Azel Griswold, Malibu

resident

Malibu Surfside News

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Fresh catch

Broad Street Oyster Company

adds another fresh seafood

option to Malibu’s dining scene,

Page 21

Creative surge

City to showcase more

Woolsey-inspired art in second

installation of ‘Radical Beauty,

Malibu Rising,’ Page 22

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Extended Trancas concert

series continues to delight

crowds, Page 20

The Lily Waters Band performs Friday, Sept. 13, at Trancas Country Market. The shopping center’s Friday night concert series continues through Sept. 27.

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Summer shows at Trancas trickle into September

Kristy’s sponsors

extension of live

music series

Barbara Burke

Freelance Reporter

Youngsters ran to and

fro, frolicking frivolously

while adults visited and

enjoyed a performance by

Los Angeles indie band

Lily Waters Friday, Sept.

13, at Trancas Country

Market.

The event was one of a

series of extended summer

concerts, compliments of

Kristy’s Restaurant proprietors

Greg Bashant and

Kristy Apana Bashant,

who graciously agreed to

sponsor an extension of

the concert series through

the end of September. On

deck for Friday, Sept. 20,

is Lenny Goldsmith, and

on Sept. 27, Heartbreak

Petty is set to perform.

“The community really

likes the Friday night concerts

and it’s great to see

everyone come out and enjoy

themselves,” Greg said.

“So, we are delighted to

host more concerts through

September; it’s good to see

Malibuites relaxing and enjoying

themselves.”

Lily Waters’ lead vocalist,

Gabbi Green, has a

resonant and clear voice

that quickly soothed away

any stresses of the work

and school week, and set

the tone for an enjoyable

evening.

“As I came into Malibu

to enjoy the concert, I was

talking on the phone with

a friend in Mississippi and

he was very melancholy,”

said attendee Bonnie Duncan.

“Then, when I got to

Mervat Awadly (left) and Ahmed Awadly enjoy the Sept.

13 performance in Malibu.

the concert, I played a video

of Lily Waters performing

and my friend heard

it and was very heartened

because the lead singer’s

voice is amazing.”

Duncan and her friends

brought a gaggle of giggling

little ones who enjoyed

the event as much as

the adults.

“We put the kids in the

car and brought an amazing

picnic dinner,” Duncan

said. “We came last week

when Brandon Jenner performed,

and both events

have been excellent.”

Green, joined by lead

guitarist Robert Cifuentes,

bassist Seamus Blackwell

and drummer Shane Graham,

performed two sets

that got attendees up and

dancing. Adults with little

ones on their shoulders,

older folks and teens all

shared an area in front of

the band and grooved to

the beat.

Shopkeepers in Trancas

were pleased, too.

“It’s nice to have the

shopping complex, with

all the doors open and customers

coming in and out

Lily Waters Band lead singer Gabbi Green performs Friday, Sept. 13, at Malibu’s

Trancas Country Market. Photos by Suzy Demeter/Surfside News

Some attendees enjoy elaborate picnic dinners at the community concert events.

as they enjoy their evening,”

said DeAnna Madsen,

of Nati Boutique.

Melissa Smith, of Sweet-

Bu Candy Co., heartily

agreed.

“It’s great to be able to

be open for these familyfriendly

nights all the way

into September, because

it’s great for the community

and for local businesses,”

she said.

Green was all smiles after

the first set.

“We are so happy to perform

in Malibu and to see

so many young families

and children,” she said.

“We don’t usually have that

many children at our concerts,

and we’re stoked to

play for so many families.”

Glen Stratton, of Woodland

Hills, smiled broadly

as he watched his children

play while he and his family

enjoyed a picnic.

“I’m an LA firefighter

and we service Malibu, so

it’s nice to come in from

Woodland Hills to enjoy a

concert and relax instead

of being here for my job,”

he said.

Malibuite Maggie Luckerath

has been instrumental

in organizing picnic

dinners at the concerts all

summer.

“We sure had a fun night

for Friday the 13th and

a full moon,” Luckerath

said. “We celebrated Vinnie

the Cowboy’s birthday

and met new people who

will bring food for next

week’s concert.”


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The Dish

Broad Street Oyster Company plates ‘pure ocean freshness’

Barbara Burke

Freelance Reporter

Caileen Uznis, of Malibu,

sat with a wide grin

on her face as she finished

her Maine lobster roll from

Malibu’s newest seafood

restaurant, Broad Street

Oyster Company.

The establishment replaced

Malibu Burger Company,

next to SoulCycle in

Malibu Village.

“The roll is buttery and

crisp and there is a lot of

lobster in this delicious

sandwich,” Uznis said, with

a satiated sigh. “It’s so nice

to have a new place to go

to lunch in Malibu, and it’s

near the river and has such a

nice view.”

Proprietor Christopher

Tomkins noted that the restaurant

has vegetarian offerings,

too, such as the mushroom

roll with Aioli ($12).

Although the venue’s

menu changes daily as

area fishmongers convince

Executive Chef Alex Jermasek

to feature their daily

catch, customers can rest

assured that the lobster

roll ($20) is consistently

available. Served hot with

drawn butter or cold with

mayonnaise, it is succulent

and scrumptious.

For $10, one can add uni

and, for $15, one can add

either caviar or black truffle.

The restaurant always has

something new for fish lovers.

“Toshi Kavi will call me

at all hours of the day and

tell me [what he has] available,

and we design the

daily menus from there,”

Jermasek said. “Every day,

Luxe Seafood shares its

dock report which shows

the type of fish that is available,

and that report even

names captains of the boats

Broad Street Oyster

Company

23359 Pacific Coast

Highway, #3874A, in

Malibu Village

Hours

Noon to 9 p.m. Sunday-

Thursday

Noon to late Fridays

and Saturdays

Web: Broadstreetoyster.

com

Phone: (213) 986-8893

Email: info@

broadstreetoyster.com

Grassy Bar oysters, when available, typically cost $18 for

a small plate and $30 for a large plate. Photos by Barbara

Burke/Surfside News

catching the fish, the name

of the boat and where it

docks. One can’t get any

fresher than this.”

Jessica Steindorff, of

Malibu, has a penchant for

the uni sea urchin ($15).

“I love it that they have

the urchin,” Steindorff said.

“They cut it open, and it’s

fresh and delicious.”

Jermasek discussed how

he sources urchin.

“Stephanie Mutz, the

urchin diver in Santa Barbara,

goes out each week

and catches about 150-200

urchins for us, and we crack

them open and clean them

out,” he said. “ ... It’s pure

ocean freshness, and it’s delicious.”

And then there are the

oysters of every variety and

source.

“Grassy Bar oysters from

Morro Bay are a favorite

West Coast oyster,” Jermasek

said.

When available, they usually

cost $18 for a small

plate and $30 for a large

plate. The oysters are served

with fresh Atomic horseradish,

hot and tart.

Blue Points and Kumamotos

also sometimes grace the

menu, bringing their unique

flavors for customers to experiment

with and enjoy.

Mussels, large, fresh and

delicious, are another option.

For meat eaters, Jermasek,

who began his culinary

career as a butcher, has

designed the consummate

beach burger (single, $10;

double, $14).

“The idea is to have a

no-frills cheeseburger that

you want to crush when

you get off the beach and

are dehydrated,” he said. “I

adapted a recipe from Wylie

Dufresne’s best burger and

I use Niman Ranch’s pasture-raised

beef, which has

no hormones and is GMO

free.”

Jermasek mixes Shio

Kombu powder into the

meat.

“It’s a type of seaweed

that is cooked in rice vinegar

and soy sauce, and

when you use it to season

meat, it amplifies the flavor,”

he explained. “It is

served on a delicious Hawaiian

roll and is a consistent

favorite.”

Steindorff is delighted

that Broad Street Oyster

Company came to town.

“Malibu needed a place

like this,” she said. “I’m

trying the mussels, lobster

and the oysters — it’s all

amazing.”

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The lobster roll (front) and clams are just a few of

the offerings at Broad Street Oyster Company, a new

restaurant in Malibu Village.

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Faith Briefs

Chabad of Malibu (22943 Pacific Coast

Highway, 310-456-6588)

Evening Services

6:15 p.m. Sunday, Sept.

29. Community Dinner,

RSVP to jewishmalibu.com

Services

Monday, Sept. 30, Morning

Services 9:30 a.m.;

Shofar Sounding 11:30

a.m.; Evening Services 7

p.m. *Community Dinner

RSVP to jewishmalibu.

com

Malibu Pacific Church (3324 Malibu

Canyon Road, 310-456-1611)

New Members Class

6-9 p.m. Sept. 26, on

the second floor fellowship

hall. To sign up,

contact: Cindy Ludwig,

cludwig@malibu

pres.org, or Wendi Pattillo,

wpattillo@malibupres.org.

Worship Services

10:15 a.m. Sundays

Malibu United Methodist Church (30128

Morning View Drive, 310-457-7505)

Poetry Open Mic

3 p.m. Sunday, Sept.

22. Published poet John

Struloeff, director of the

creative writing program

and associate professor of

creative writing and English

at Pepperdine, will

warm up the mic. All are

welcome. Bring a poem to

share.

Sunday Worship

10:30-11:30 a.m., Sundays.

Child care available.

Malibu Jewish Center and Synagogue

(24855 Pacific Coast Highway, 310-

456-2178)

Torah Study

10 a.m. Saturdays, with

Rabbi Michael Schwartz.

Open to all.

Tot Shabbat

11:30 a.m.-noon. Fridays.

Celebrate Shabbat

with prayers, music and

dancing.

Our Lady of Malibu Church (3625 Winter

Canyon Road, 310-456-2361)

Centering Prayer

8:30 a.m. second and

fourth Thursdays

St. Aidan’s Episcopal Church (28211

Pacific Coast Highway, 310-457-7966)

Contemplative Worship

8 a.m. Sundays

Traditional Worship

10 a.m. Sundays

University Church of Christ (24255

Pacific Coast Highway, 310-506-4504)

A cappella Service

10:15 a.m. Sundays, in

Elkins Auditorium

Instrumental Service

5 p.m. Sundays, in

Stauffer Chapel

Waveside Church (6955 Fernhill Drive,

310-774-1927)

Sunday Worship

10:10 a.m. Sunday. Children’s

ministry.

Vintage Church (Webster Elementary

School, 3602 Winter Canyon Road,

310-395-9961)

Sunday Service

4-5:30 p.m. Sundays,

with children’s ministry

Calvary Chapel Malibu (30237 Morning

View Drive, 424-235-4463)

Service

10 a.m. Sundays

First Church-Christ Scientist (28635

Pacific Coast Highway, 310-457-7767)

Wednesday Meetings

8 p.m. Wednesdays. Testimony

meetings include

readings from the Bible

and “Science and Health

with Key to the Scriptures.”

Have an event for faith briefs?

Email lauren@malibusurf

sidenews.com. Information

is due by noon on Thursdays

one week prior to publication.

Opening set for second installation

of ‘Radical Beauty, Malibu Rising’

Woolsey-inspired

art to be displayed

through December

at Malibu City Hall

Submitted by the City of

Malibu

Going rate

Malibu Sales and Leases | Week of Sept. 6 -12

All community members

are invited to attend the

opening reception on Friday,

Sept. 20, of the second

installation of “Radical

Beauty, Malibu Rising,”

the City of Malibu Cultural

Arts Commission’s public

art exhibition in City Hall

that explores the experience

of the Woolsey Fire.

The first installation of

“Radical Beauty, Malibu

Rising” — on display from

May through August at

City Hall — was a collaborative

community exhibition

which featured photography,

paintings, drawing,

sculpture, short films, and

written work.

Because of the overwhelmingly

positive response

and community

interest, the Cultural Arts

Commission will curate

the second installation of

Radical Beauty, Malibu

Rising. At 6:30 p.m. on Friday,

Sept. 20, the Cultural

Arts Commission will host

a public opening reception

at Malibu City Hall (23825

Stuart Ranch Road). The

event is free and open to

all; RSVPs or tickets are

not required.

The second installation

of “Radical Beauty, Malibu

Rising” will be on display

from Sept. 23 through December.

The exhibit is free

and open to all to view at

City Hall from 7:30 a.m.-

Alexandra Olivas (right) and Renata Pompelli discuss

a photography set from artist Celleste at the opening

reception for the first installation of “Radical Beauty:

Malibu Rising” in May. On Friday, Sept. 20, the second

installation will premiere. Surfside News File Photo

5:30 p.m. Monday through

Thursday, and from 7:30

a.m.-4:30 p.m. Friday.

Artists of all ages were

invited to submit their

original artwork, including

photography, paint,

drawing, collage, short

films, free standing art and

written, for this collaborative

community-wide art

show.

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Surfside puzzler CROSSWORD & Sudoku

This is more than your average crossword. The Surfside Puzzler features clues pertaining to Malibu each week.

How to play Sudoku

Crossword by Myles Mellor and Cindy LaFleur

Each Sudoku puzzle consists of a 9x9 grid that has

been subdivided into nine smaller grids of 3x3 squares.

To solve the puzzle each row, column and box must

contain each of the numbers 1 to 9.

LEVEL: Medium

Across

1. Slender

5. Vacation spot

9. Old Mercury

14. Not naughty, to Santa

15. Ravel’s “Gaspard de

la ___”

16. Belted sky formation

17. Birthstone after sapphire

18. Space

19. Jalopy

20. Awe-inspiring

22. Wooded areas

23. Close-mouthed

24. Salaam

25. Undisturbed

28. Whimper

29. A mare, familiarly

32. Creeper

33. Celeb’s daughter

35. Liner, for one

36. Not “fer”

37. Take in again

38. Composer Thomas

39. Center of an egg

answers

40. Actor, Gooding

41. Annoyingly proper

one

42. A Cadillac model

43. Let me think about it

....

44. Local restaurant

serving organic eats,

goes with 48 across

46. Ladylike intake

47. Resembles an ostrich

48. See 44 across

51. Dr. helper

57. Cookies

58. Leather destroyer

59. Word before Gaga or

Antebellum

60. Agree, with think

61. Incensed

62. Singer Fitzgerald

63. He goes on his own

64. A land formation

65. Manner

Malibu Wines

(31740 Mulholland

Highway, Malibu; 818-

865-0605)

■3:30 ■ p.m. Sunday,

Sept. 22, Musical Hike

and Flight of Voices

Concert at Saddlerock

Ranch, $60

Rosenthal Tasting Room

(18741 Pacific Coast

Down

1. Winter blanket

2. Plastic surgeon’s offering,

for short

3. Words of confidence

4. Compound

5. Bogged down

6. You can find it on the

Malibu Pier

7. Instead

8. List abbr.

9. Texas Stadium player

10. Loving projectile

11. Apple, for example

12. Aerosmith’s music

13. Contents of some

cartridges

21. Disney’s “ ___ and

the Detectives”

24. Camembert’s cousin

25. Fort Knox bar

26. Pedicure care focus

27. Swim’s alternative

28. Dairy farms

29. Forsythia or azalea

30. Yoga practitioner

Highway, Malibu; 310-

456-1392)

■12-9 ■ p.m. Saturday,

Sept. 21: live music

starting with Bryan

Meyers at 12:30 p.m.,

DJ Tonz of Fun at 3

p.m., and OC3 at 7

p.m.; Azteca Food

Truck

■12-9 ■ p.m. Sunday,

Sept. 22: live music

starting with Leana

Courtney at 12:30

p.m. and Billy Joseph

and the Army of Love

at 3:30 p.m.; Humble

Crust Pizza Truck

The Sunset

(6800 Westward Beach

Road, Malibu; 310- 589-

1007)

31. D’Artagnan weapon

of choice

32. Articulates

34. Port in the computer

35. Hindu dress

37. Dudley Do-Right’s

org.

41. Pudding fruit

43. Many a snake

45. “She’s the Man”

actress Bynes

46. Mirrors companion

48. Sire’s young one

49. “Last train” singer,

Guthrie

50. Horse strap

51. Strait-laced

52. Swiss river

53. School for younger

kids, abbr.

54. Painter of limp

watches

55. Lazy

56. Greenish blue

■4 ■ p.m. Sundays: DJ

Duke’s Malibu Restaurant

(21150 Pacific Coast

Highway, Malibu; 310-

317-0777)

■4 ■ p.m.-close. Fridays:

Aloha Friday with

Tahitian dancers and

live music

Moonshadows

(20356 Pacific Coast

Highway, Malibu; 310-

456-3010)

■7 ■ p.m.- 1 a.m. Friday

and Saturday; 3-9

p.m. Sunday: Live DJ

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Scene, email lauren@malibu

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making a splash

Balazs Kosa leads way as Pepperdine

men’s water polo wins

tournament, Page 26

league play underway

MHS girls volleyball hosts

Santa Paula for first league match

of the year, Page 28

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Malibu’s Yona Magna lines up a shot Saturday, Sept. 14,

as MHS hosts the Royal Highlanders. Malibu won this

match, as well as one against Hueneme, to take sixth in

the Malibu Tournament. Suzy Demeter/Surfside News

Sharks water polo learns, grows from Malibu Tournament, Page 27


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City’s youth hoops

programs ready to roll

Submitted by the City of

Malibu

The City of Malibu’s basketball

programs, including

its youth and middle school

girls league, youth and middle

school co-ed league, and

itty bitty basketball, are now

open for registration. The

co-ed and girls basketball

leagues allow participants to

learn the game of basketball

in a friendly, supportive setting

focused on recreation

and sportsmanship.

The registration fee is

$150 per player before the

registration deadline on Friday,

Oct. 11, and includes

a jersey, picture package

and end-of-program award.

After the deadline, the fee

is $175 per participant, if

space is available.

The youth and middle

school co-ed and girls basketball

league participants

This Week In ...

Sharks Athletics

FOOTBALL

■Sept. ■ 20 - hosts Windward,

6:30 p.m.

GIRLS Tennis

■Sept. ■ 19 - hosts Simi

Valley, 3 p.m.

■Sept. ■ 24 - at Nordhoff,

3:15 p.m.

■Sept. ■ 26 - hosts Fillmore,

3:15 p.m.

GIRLS VOLLEYBALL

■Sept. ■ 19 - hosts Hueneme,

6 p.m.

■Sept. ■ 24 - hosts Nordhoff,

6 p.m.

■Sept. ■ 26 - hosts Fillmore,

6 p.m.

BOYS WATER POLO

■Sept. ■ 19 - at Westlake,

3:15 p.m.

■Sept. ■ 25 - hosts Notre

Dame, 3:15 p.m.

CROSS COUNTRY

■Sept. ■ 20 - at Woodbridge,

5 p.m.

Pepperdine Athletics

WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL

■Sept. ■ 20 - at UC Santa

Barbara, 6 p.m.

■Sept. ■ 26 - hosts San

Francisco, 7 p.m.

WOMEN’S SOCCER

■Sept. ■ 19 - at UCLA

(Honolulu, Hawai’i), 7:30 p.m.

■Sept. ■ 22 - vs. Washington

State (Honolulu, Hawai’i),

4 p.m.

■Sept. ■ 26 - at CSUN, 7 p.m.

WOMEN’S GOLF

■Sept. ■ 23-25 - at Golfweek

will be divided by grade to

create divisions (youth divisions:

K-1, 2-3, 4-5, and

middle school division:

6-8). Middle school division

games will be played

on Friday evenings, Dec.

6-Feb. 14.

Mandatory player evaluations

for the middle school

division are scheduled for

Wednesday, Oct. 23, from

6:30-8 p.m. at Malibu High

School.

Youth division games will

be held on Saturday mornings

Dec. 7-Feb. 15. No

games will be held Dec. 20-

Jan. 4.

The practice day and location

for all teams will be

selected by the volunteer

parent coach.

For younger players, the

City offers the itty-bitty

basketball program for ages

3-5. Children will be introduced

to basketball skills

through fun, age-appropriate

activities and games.

This weekly parent and me

program is scheduled for

9-9:45 a.m. Saturdays, Dec.

7-Feb. 15, at Malibu High

School. No classes will be

held Dec. 21-Jan. 4. The

registration fee is $120 per

player and includes a jersey,

picture package and end-ofprogram

award.

For more information

on the all of the youth and

middle school basketball

leagues and programs, call

(310) 456-2489, ext. 358, or

visit MalibuCity.org/Youth-

Sports. Parents may register

their children online at

MalibuCity.org/Register or

in person at Malibu Bluffs

Park (24250 Pacific Coast

Highway at Malibu Canyon

Road) or at Malibu City Hall

(23825 Stuart Ranch Road).

Conference Challenge, TBA

MEN’S GOLF

■Sept. ■ 20-22 - at Fighting

Illini Invitational, All Day

MEN’S TENNIS

■Sept. ■ 19-22 - at ITF

Futures 25K, TBA

■Sept. ■ 20-23 - at Milwaukee

Tennis Classic, TBA

■Sept. ■ 26 - hosts ITA Oracle

Masters, All Day

WOMEN’S TENNIS

■Sept. ■ 20-22 - at BBC

Classic, TBA

■Sept. ■ 26 - hosts ITA Oracle

Masters, All Day

MEN’S WATER POLO

■Sept. ■ 19 - at UC Santa

Barbara, 6 p.m.

■Sept. ■ 21 - hosts UCLA, noon

Pepperdine Athletics

Waves men’s water polo

sweeps tournament

No. 8 Pepperdine had a

solid start to its five-game

weekend on Saturday, Sept.

14, winning both games

at the WWPA vs. GCC

Challenge Cup, hosted by

Loyola Marymount. The

Waves defeated host LMU

15-11 in the morning game,

and California Baptist 13-11

in the afternoon.

The Waves (5-1) were

led by Balazs Kosa, who

had seven goals on the day,

netting hat tricks in both

games.

In the day’s first game,

the Waves got off to a hot

start with goals from Mate

Toth, who scored twice,

and Sean Thomas to give

the Waves a quick 3-1 lead.

LMU tied the game at three

before Curtis Jarvis gave the

Waves a 4-3 lead after the

first quarter.

The Lions started the

second quarter with a goal

to tie the game, but Jarvis

quickly completed his hat

trick to give the Waves a 6-4

lead. Kosa gave the Waves

a 7-4 lead before Jarvis got

his fourth goal of the half,

giving the Waves an 8-5

lead going into the halftime

break.

Kosa started the second

half converting a 5-meter

penalty to put the Waves up

four goals. He completed

his hat trick after Sean Ferrari

put one in the back of

the net to give the Waves an

11-5 lead. Freshmen Kaden

Kaneko and Austin Smit

teamed up for three goals

to give the Waves a 14-7

lead going into the final

eight minutes of play. Jarvis

scored his fifth goal to put

the Waves up 15-8 with five

minutes to play in the game,

solidifying the 15-11 win.

In the second game of the

day, the Lancers got on the

board first, quickly equalized

by Kosa before Toth

gave the Waves a 2-1 lead,

and Ferrari followed with a

power-play goal, giving the

Waves a 2-goal lead. California

Baptist evened the

score at three going into the

second quarter. After CBU

scored to start the second,

Kosa got his second goal of

the game, followed by an

equalizer from the Lancers

to tie the game at five. Jarvis

then got on the board before

Kosa finished his hat trick to

give the Waves a 6-5 lead at

the half.

Marko Asic and Jarvis

scored to start the third

quarter and give the Waves

an 8-5 lead. Kosa and

Thomas then scored to end

the quarter on a 5-1 run for

the Waves and an 11-6 lead

overall heading into the final

period of play. Asic completed

his hat trick in the

fourth quarter to secure the

13-11 victory and two wins

on the day for the Waves.

WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL

Pepperdine drops nailbiter

to Pittsburgh

Five Waves posted double-digit

digs and three

were in double-figure kills

on Saturday, Sept. 14, as

Pepperdine women’s volleyball

team took on No.

6 Pittsburgh, in an excitement-filled

final match of

the 22nd annual Asics Classic.

Despite solid performances

all-around, including

double-doubles from

Shannon Scully, Hannah

Frohling and Isabel Zelaya,

the Waves were felled in

five with 17-25, 25-21, 25-

23, 18-25 and 14-16 final set

scores.

Pitt (10-0) picked up the

early set win, but Pepperdine

(3-6) was able to counter

with a pair of wins in

sets two and three. After the

opposition won the fourth to

force a fifth set, both teams

came out with intent.

The Panthers took the first

5-2 lead with some kills,

but the Waves rallied with

blocks from Tarah Wylie and

Zelaya and Alli O’Harra and

Rachel Ahrens to close the

gap. A kill from Scully tied

the set at 6-apiece and each

side went point-for-point en

route to a 12-12 tied score.

Although Pitt put a kill and

an ace down to pull ahead

by two, Scully showed no

let-up and plastered a pair of

kills on the floor to tie things

back up. The ball would unfortunately

be on the other

side of the court, however,

as the Panthers were able to

capitalize on two final Pepperdine

errors to win the set

and overall match.

Scully ended the night

with her fifth seasonal and

19th career double-double

on an impressive 23 kills

and 19 digs, while Frohling

made quite the return

Information from Pepperdine

University and

www.pepperdinewaves.

com. Compiled by Assistant

Editor Michal Dwojak,

m.dwojak@22ndcentury

media.com.


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Sharks take sixth in 19th annual home tournament

Malibu water polo

growing together in,

out of the pool

Michal Dwojak

Assistant Editor

Sometimes, spending

as much time as possible

together is a good way to

build team chemistry.

That’s what Malibu High

School boys water polo

coach Hayden Goldberg

hoped for during the program’s

19th annual varsity

tournament, held Thursday,

Sept. 12, through Saturday,

Sept. 14.

Team chemistry is a major

area in which Goldberg

wants to help his team, and

while playing a lot seems to

be a good way to build it,

spending time together hosting

the tournament seemed

like a logical second option.

“I thought it was a good

chemistry-building tournament

for us,” Goldberg said

of the weekend. “We’re still

trying to find the identity of

our team and this week [we

were] solidifying key roles,

key players, different situations

and trying out different

options. So I feel like it

went well.”

Out of 14 teams, the

Sharks finished sixth, with

wins over Hueneme and

Royal, a tie with Culver

City and a loss to Newbury

Park.

The day before the tournament

got underway, the

players and their coach

met on the beach to discuss

what they wanted to

accomplish and how they

could reach their goals for

the tournament.

Goldberg said he saw his

team make some strides, but

the Sharks also missed some

opportunities. The major issue

was not scoring with a

man advantage. Malibu had

a few chances when its opponents

made errors, but

couldn’t figure things out.

“We’re doing everything

possible to earn these exclusions,

we’re not being

able to finish,” Goldberg

said. “That’s frustrating on

a coaching side and player

side.”

There were bright spots

for the Sharks, with players

Matt Maischoss, Diogo

Fernandez and Ocean Masom

performing well. Those

Sharks were some of the

players who made the most

of the weekend and showed

the progress Goldberg has

looked for so far this season.

“They all individually

played big roles,” Goldberg

said. “I saw a lot of

growth and development as

the game progressed. I saw

confidence in each of the

players.

“By the second and third

game, they were aware of

that mistake and how it happened

and trying to rotate

[and] not have it happen

again.”

The tournament was

not only a good way for

the team to grow, but also

for the Sharks players and

coaches to be part of a historic

tournament. Families

from the area and of past

water polo players came to

the tournament — serving

as a reminder that while

there’s work to be done during

the season, it’s fun to be

a part of something bigger.

“It’s really cool — a lot

of games, a lot of people,

lot of water polo,” Goldberg

said. “I feel proud to

be a part of it.”

Connor McGuirk takes aim as the Sharks face Royal the morning of Saturday, Sept. 14, in the Malibu Tournament.

Photos by Suzy Demeter/Surfside News

Ocean Masom was one of the players who showed

progress in the Malibu Tournament, according to coach

Hayden Goldberg.

The Sharks, led by coach Hayden Goldberg (left),

took sixth in the 19th annual Malibu Tournament, held

Thursday, Sept. 12, through Saturday, Sept. 14.


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Athlete of the Week

Girls Volleyball

Malibu loses first league match of season

Stephanie Chaisson/Surfside News

10 Questions

with Marcus Berns

Marcus Berns is a senior

on the Malibu High School

football team.

When and why did you

start playing football?

I started football this year

actually, pretty much over

the summer. The reason I

started now is because I figured

it’s my senior year and

I thought football is a way

to help me to get to know

my student body more.

What do you like most

about the sport?

I think the camaraderie

that comes with being on a

team and everyone working

as one, like a machine.

Do you have any

superstitions before a

game?

No, not really.

What is your favorite

sports moment?

I think my favorite moment

was from the first

game. I ran a play and ran

it for 50 or 60 yards for a

touchdown.

What is one thing

people don’t know

about you?

The first thing to come to

mind is I guess that I’m a

calm and kind person.

If you could have any

superpower, which one

would you want?

I think teleportation.

What would you do if

you won the lottery?

I wouldn’t blow it all.

I would save a lot of it

and give a lot to wildlife

charities.

If you could play any

other sport, which

would it be?

I would play rugby. I

wish it was more popular

in America. Coming from a

European family, you hear

a lot about it.

What is one thing on

your bucket list?

To hike in the Himalayas.

If you could be any

animal, which would

you be?

I would be a dolphin because

it would be a combination

of being free and

happy.

Interview by Assistant Editor

Michal Dwojak

Ryan Flynn

Freelance Reporter

In a back-and-forth

match that went the full

five sets, Malibu girls volleyball

couldn’t withstand

visiting Santa Paula on

Thursday, Sept. 12.

The Sharks lost their first

match of league play 3-2.

It was a game of runs.

Malibu got down early

in the first set. After a 12-

12 start, Santa Paula went

up 13-19 before Malibu

mounted a comeback. With

Shaila Sundher serving, the

Sharks won seven straight

points. Sophomore Vanessa

Leinbach finished things

off five points later and

Malibu went up one set to

zero.

Santa Paula took the

second set 25-17, leading

the whole way. The third

set was more of the same.

Malibu kept it close —

with the help of a raucous

crowd — but ultimately

lost 25-18.

Malibu started the fourth

set in desperation mode,

getting off to a 5-1 start.

Santa Paula came back to

tie things up at 8-8, but

Malibu went on another

run, leading 19-15. Things

got super tight late, with

Santa Paula’s libero making

several great saves. At

23-22, coach Derek Saenz

took a timeout, gathered

his team and they went on

to close it out 25-22, setting

up a deciding final set.

Santa Paula pulled away

in the final frame and won

15-9.

“We have a lot of young

kids,” Saenz said. “I had

some freshmen and sophomores

on the court. A lot

of nerves. We missed some

serves, too.

The MHS girls volleyball team celebrates after securing a

lead over Santa Paula on Thursday, Sept. 12. The Sharks

fell 3-2. Photos by Stephanie Chaisson/Surfside News

Vanessa Leinbach (5) and Jade Nittolo (4) jump to block

a hit from Santa Paula.

“But, it’s alright. We

played with a lot of energy

and heart. We’ll figure it

out.”

Last year was the first for

Saenz. It was a foundational

campaign where Malibu

went 2-15, including a 2-7

record in the tough Citrus

Coast League.

Nordhoff has dominated

this league since its inception,

going 10-0 in league

play last year and 27-5

overall. They look to be the

class of the CCL this year,

with a 4-0 overall record

this year as all six teams begin

league play this week.

The rest of the league has

all played sub-500 ball this

season, so Malibu will have

a chance to improve on last

year’s fifth place league

finish.

“We want to finish top

three and get in the playoffs,”

Saenz said.


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full name ofregistrant is: RENE-JEREMIAS

HIDALGO, 14418 AMAR RD. UNIT H,LA

PUENTE, CA 91744. This business isbeing

conducted byan Individual. The registrant

has commenced to transact business under

the fictitious business name listed above

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RENE-JEREMIAS HIDALGO, OWNER,

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FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATE-

MENT FILE NUMBER: 2019230337

ORIGINAL FILING. This statement was

filed with the County Clerk of LOS AN-

GELS on 08/26/2019. The following

person(s) are doing business asHIDDEN

HILLS PSYCHIC, PSYCHIC INHIDDEN

HILLS, PSYCHIC OFHIDDEN HILLS, &

HIDDEN HILLS HEALING, 24748 LONG

VALLEY ROAD, HIDDEN HILLS, CA

91305. The full name ofregistrant(s) are:

JUSTIN HART & AMY MARKS, 24748

LONG VALLEY ROAD, HIDDEN HILLS,

CA 91302. This business isbeing conducted

by a General Partnership. The registrants

have not commenced to transact business under

the fictitious business name listed above.

/s/: JUSTIN HART, JUSTIN HART, PART-

NER, HIDDEN HILLS PSYCHIC, HIDDEN

HILLS HEALING, PSYCHIC INHIDDEN

HILLS, PSYCHIC OF HIDDEN HILLS.

This statement was filed with the County

Clerk of LOS ANGELES County on

08/26/2019. NOTICE: THIS FICTITIOUS

BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT EX-

PIRES FIVE YEARS FROM THE DATE IT

WAS FILED IN THE OFFICE OF THE

COUNTY CLERK. ANEW FICTITIOUS

BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT MUST

BE FILED PRIOR TO THAT DATE. The

filing of this statement does not of itself

authorize the use in this state ofafictitious

business name statement in violation ofthe

rights ofanother under federal, state, or common

law (see Section 1441et seq., Business

and Professions Code). MALIBU SURF-

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FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATE-

MENT FILE NUMBER: 2019230414

ORIGINAL FILING. This statement was

filed with the County Clerk of LOS AN-

GELS on 08/26/2019. The following person

is doing business asALABASTER CO.. The

full name of registrant is: ALABASTER

CREATIVE INC., 8750 REX ROAD, PICO

RIVERA, CA 90660. This business isbeing

conducted byaCorporation. The registrant

has commenced to transact business under

the fictitious business name listed above

06/2019. /s/: BRYAN NICOLAS

YE-CHUNG, BRYAN NICOLAS

YE-CHUNG, SECRETARY, ALABASTER

CREATIVE INC. This statement was filed

with the County Clerk of LOS ANGELES

County on 08/26/2019. NOTICE: THIS FIC-

TITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT

EXPIRES FIVE YEARS FROM THE DATE

IT WAS FILED IN THE OFFICE OF THE

COUNTY CLERK. ANEW FICTITIOUS

BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT MUST

BE FILED PRIOR TO THAT DATE. The

filing of this statement does not of itself

authorize the use in this state ofafictitious

business name statement in violation ofthe

rights ofanother under federal, state, or common

law (see Section 1441et seq., Business

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FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATE-

MENT FILE NUMBER: 2019230799

ORIGINAL FILING. This statement was

filed with the County Clerk of LOS AN-

GELS on 08/27/2019. The following persons

are doing business as IN8LOVE CHIRO-

PRACTIC & IN8LOVE WELLNESS 11340

OLYMPIC BLVD 138, LOS ANGELES, CA

90064. The full name ofregistrant is: REY-

NOLDS CHIROPRACTIC INC, 11340 W.

OLYMPIC BLVD SUITE 138, LOS ANGE-

LES, CA 90064. This business isbeing conducted

by aCorporation. The registrant has

commenced to transact business under the

fictitious business name listed above

08/2018. /s/: TANYA RENOLDS, TANYA

RENOLDS, PRESIDENT, REYNOLDS

CHIROPRACTIC INC. This statement was

filed with the County Clerk of LOS ANGE-

LES County on 08/27/2019. NOTICE: THIS

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATE-

MENT EXPIRES FIVE YEARS FROM

THE DATE ITWAS FILED INTHE OF-

FICE OF THE COUNTY CLERK. ANEW

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATE-

MENT MUST BE FILED PRIOR TOTHAT

DATE. The filing ofthis statement does not

of itself authorize the use in this state of a fictitious

business name statement in violation

of the rights ofanother under federal, state,

or common law (see Section 1441et seq.,

Business and Professions Code). MALIBU

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FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATE-

MENT FILE NUMBER: 2019231700

ORIGINAL FILING. This statement was

filed with the County Clerk of LOS AN-

GELS on 08/27/2019. The following persons

are doing business as NEW NARRATIVE

PRODUCTIONS, 20816 ELY AVE., LAKE-

WOOD, CA 90715. The full name ofregistrants

are: JESSEAL PACUBAS WATSON,

1368 W 24TH ST APT 8, LOS ANGELES,

CA 90007 & MARIAH WEEKS, 1200 S

BROADWAY APT 408, LOS ANGELES,

CA 90015 &CAMILLE ARAGON, 20816

ELY AVE, LAKEWOOD, CA 90715 &

AMANDA DONELAN, 1717 NORTH

NORMANDIE AVENUE APT. 108, LOS

ANGELES, CA 90027 & AURORA ANTO-

NIO, 950 N. KINGS RD UNIT 253, WEST

HOLLYWOOD, CA 90069. This business is

being conducted byaGeneral Partnership.

The registrants have commenced to transact

business under the fictitious business name

listed above 08/2019. /s/: JESSEAL PACU-

BAS WATSON, JESSEAL PACUBAS

WATSON, PARTNER, NEW NARRATIVE

PRODUCTIONS. This statement was filed

with the County Clerk of LOS ANGE- LES

County on 08/22/2019. NOTICE: THIS FIC-

TITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATE-

MENT EXPIRES FIVE YEARS FROM

THE DATE ITWAS FILED INTHE OF-

FICE OF THE COUNTY CLERK. ANEW

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATE-

MENT MUST BE FILED PRIOR TOTHAT

DATE. The filing ofthis statement does not

of itself authorize the use in this state of a fictitious

business name statement in violation

of the rights ofanother under federal, state,

or common law (see Section 1441et seq.,

Business and Professions Code). MALIBU

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FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATE-

MENT FILE NUMBER: 2019231998

ORIGINAL FILING. This statement was

filed with the County Clerk ofLOS AN-

GELS on 08/28/2019. The following person

is doing business asJ.C. SERVICE, 8016

COMOLETTE STREET, DOWNEY, CA

90242. The full name of registrant is:

JAIME C. HERRERA, 8016 COMOLETTE

STREET, DOWNEY, CA 90242. This business

is being conducted byan Individual.

The registrant has commenced to transact

business under the fictitious business name

listed above 08/2019. /s/: JAIME C. HER-

RERA, JAIME C. HERRERA, OWNER,

J.C. SERVICE. This statement was filed with

the County Clerk of LOS ANGELES County

on 08/28/2019. NOTICE: THIS FICTI-

TIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT

EXPIRES FIVE YEARS FROM THE DATE

IT WAS FILED IN THE OFFICE OF THE

COUNTY CLERK. ANEW FICTITIOUS

BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT MUST

BE FILED PRIOR TO THAT DATE. The

filing of this statement does not of itself

authorize the use in this state ofafictitious

business name statement in violation ofthe

rights ofanother under federal, state, or common

law (see Section 1441et seq., Business

and Professions Code). MALIBU SURF-

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FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATE-

MENT FILE NUMBER: 2019232530

ORIGINAL FILING. This statement was

filed with the County Clerk of LOS AN-

GELS on 08/28/2019. The following person

is doing business as WELL DAMN, 1244

WESTCHESTER PLACE, LOS ANELES,

CA 90019. The full name of registrant is:

MORGAN BOLAH, 1244 WESTCHESTER

PLACE, LOS ANGELES, CA 90019. This

business is being conducted byan Individual.

The registrant has commenced to transact

business under the fictitious business name

listed above 12/2018. /s/: MORGAN BO-

LAH, MORGAN BOLAH, OWNER, WELL

DAMN. This statement was filed with the

County Clerk of LOS ANGELES County on

08/28/2019. NOTICE: THIS FICTITIOUS

BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT EX-

PIRES FIVE YEARS FROM THE DATE IT

WAS FILED IN THE OFFICE OF THE

COUNTY CLERK. ANEW FICTITIOUS

BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT MUST

BE FILED PRIOR TO THAT DATE. The

filing of this statement does not of itself

authorize the use in this state ofafictitious

business name statement in violation ofthe

rights ofanother under federal, state, or common

law (see Section 1441et seq., Business

and Professions Code). MALIBU SURF-

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FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATE-

MENT FILE NUMBER: 2019232541

ORIGINAL FILING. This statement was

filed with the County Clerk ofLOS AN-

GELS on 08/28/2019. The following person

is doing business asCALIFORNIA PAIN &

REHABILITATION INSTITUTE, 5400

BALBOA BLVD SUITE 301, ENCINO, CA

91316 & 1171 SROBERTSON BLVD #520,

LOS ANGELES, CA 90035. The full name

of registrant is: JOSEPH HADI MD PC,

1171 SBEVERLY DR #520 LOS ANGE-

LES, CA 90035. This business isbeing conducted

by aCorporation. The registrant has

commenced to transact business under the

fictitious business name listed above

08/2019. /s/: JOSEPH HADI MD PC, JO-

SEPH HADI MD PC, PRESIDENT, CALI-

FORNIA PAIN &REHABILITATION IN-

STITUTE. This statement was filed with the

County Clerk of LOS ANGELES County on

08/28/2019. NOTICE: THIS FICTITIOUS

BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT EX-

PIRES FIVE YEARS FROM THE DATE IT

WAS FILED IN THE OFFICE OF THE

COUNTY CLERK. ANEW FICTITIOUS

BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT MUST

BE FILED PRIOR TO THAT DATE. The

filing of this statement does not of itself

authorize the use in this state ofafictitious

business name statement in violation ofthe

rights ofanother under federal, state, or common

law (see Section 1441et seq., Business

and Professions Code). MALIBU SURF-

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FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATE-

MENT FILE NUMBER: 2019233047

ORIGINAL FILING. This statement was

filed with the County Clerk of LOS AN-

GELS on 08/28/2019. The following persons

are doing business asPETER MARCO JEW-

ELRY, 252 NRODEO DRIVE, BEVERLY

HILLS, CA 90210. The full name ofregistrant

is: PETER MARCO, LLC, 252 N RO-

DEO DRIVE, BEVERLY HILLS, CA

90210. This business isbeing conducted bya

Limited Liability Company. The registrant

has commenced to transact business under

the fictitious business name listed above

02/2010. /s/: PETER VOUTSAS, PETER

VOUTSAS, OWNER, PETER MARCO,

LLC. This statement was filed with the

County Clerk of LOS ANGELES County on

08/28/2019. NOTICE: THIS FICTITIOUS

BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT EX-

PIRES FIVE YEARS FROM THE DATE IT

WAS FILED IN THE OFFICE OF THE

COUNTY CLERK. ANEW FICTITIOUS

BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT MUST

BE FILED PRIOR TO THAT DATE. The

filing of this statement does not of itself

authorize the use in this state ofafictitious

business name statement in violation ofthe

rights ofanother under federal, state, or common

law (see Section 1441et seq., Business

and Professions Code). MALIBU SURF-

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FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATE-

MENT FILE NUMBER: 2019233660

ORIGINAL FILING. This statement was

filed with the County Clerk of LOS AN-

GELS on 08/29/2019. The following person

is doing business asMIDAS EVENT SERV-

ICES, 27844 LASSEN STREET, CASTAIC,

CA 91384. The full name of registrant is:

MICHAEL S. DEMOSS, 275844 LASSEN

STREET, CASTAIC, CA 91384. This business

is being conducted byan Individual.

The registrant has commenced to transact

business under the fictitious business name

listed above 07/2019. /s/: MICHAEL S.

DEMOSS, MICHAEL S. DEMOSS,

OWNER, MIDAS EVENT SERVICES. This

statement was filed with the County Clerk of

LOS ANGELES County on 08/29/2019. NO-

TICE: THIS FICTITIOUS BUSINESS

NAME STATEMENT EXPIRES FIVE

YEARS FROM THE DATE ITWAS FILED

IN THE OFFICE OF THE COUNTY

CLERK. ANEW FICTITIOUS BUSINESS

NAME STATEMENT MUST BE FILED

PRIOR TOTHAT DATE. The filing ofthis

statement does not of itself authorize the use

in this state ofafictitious business name

statement inviolation ofthe rights of another

under federal, state, or common law (see Section

1441et seq., Business and Professions

Code). MALIBU SURFSIDE NEWS to publish

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FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATE-

MENT FILE NUMBER: 2019234582

ORIGINAL FILING. This statement was

filed with the County Clerk of LOS AN-

GELS on 08/29/2019. The following person

is doing business as MED-WELL, LLC,

10063 RIVERSIDE DR. #2574, TOLUCA

LAKE, CA 91601. The full name ofregistrant

is: MED-WELL, LLC, 5311 RIVER-

TON AVE, NORTH HOLLYWOOD, CA

91601. This business isbeing conducted bya

Limited Liability Company. The registrant

has commenced to transact business under

the fictitious business name listed above

08/2019. /s/: SCOTT ABOURISK, SCOTT

ABOURISK, CEO, MED-WELL LLC. This

statement was filed with the County Clerk of

LOS ANGELES County on 08/29/2019. NO-

TICE: THIS FICTITIOUS BUSINESS

NAME STATEMENT EXPIRES FIVE

YEARS FROM THE DATE ITWAS FILED

IN THE OFFICE OF THE COUNTY

CLERK. ANEW FICTITIOUS BUSINESS

NAME STATEMENT MUST BE FILED

PRIOR TOTHAT DATE. The filing ofthis

statement does not of itself authorize the use

in this state ofafictitious business name

statement inviolation ofthe rights of another

under federal, state, or common law (see Section

1441et seq., Business and Professions

Code). MALIBU SURF SIDE NEWS to publish

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FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATE-

MENT FILE NUMBER: 2019234738

ORIGINAL FILING. This statement was

filed with the County Clerk of LOS AN-

GELS on 08/30/2019. The following persons

are doing business as POWER ON TRAD-

ING LLC, 2845 WINLOCK RD, TOR-

RANCE, CA 90505. The full name ofregistrant

is: POWER ON TRADING LLC, 2845

WINLOCK RD, TORRANCE, CA 90505.

This business is being conducted by a Limited

Liability Company. The registrant has

commenced to transact business under the

fictitious business name listed above

01/2019. /s/: JUNKO MORINAGA, JUNKO

MORINAGA, MEMBER, POWER ON

TRADING LLC. This statement was filed

with the County Clerk of LOS ANGELES

County on 08/30/2019. NOTICE: THIS FIC-

TITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT

EXPIRES FIVE YEARS FROM THE DATE

IT WAS FILED IN THE OFFICE OF THE

COUNTY CLERK. ANEW FICTITIOUS

BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT MUST

BE FILED PRIOR TO THAT DATE. The

filing of this statement does not of itself

authorize the use in this state ofafictitious

business name statement in violation ofthe

rights ofanother under federal, state, or common

law (see Section 1441et seq., Business

and Professions Code). MALIBU SURF-

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FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATE-

MENT FILE NUMBER: 2019236757

ORIGINAL FILING. This statement was

filed with the County Clerk of LOS AN-

GELS on 09/03/2019. The following person

is doing business asEXCELLENCE REAL

ESTATE LA PUENTE, 13701 AMAR RD

SUITE B, LA PUENTE, CA 91746. The full

name of registrant is: ANNA M PATHI-

RANA, 13701 AMAR RD SUITE B, LA

PUENTE, CA 91746. This business isbeing

conducted byan Individual. The registrant

has not commenced to transact business under

the fictitious business name listed above.

/s/: ANNA M PATHIRANA, ANNA MPA-

THIRANA, OWNER, EXCELLENCE

REAL ESTATE LA PUENTE. This statement

was filed with the County Clerk of LOS

ANGELES County on 09/03/2019. NOTICE:

THIS FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME

STATEMENT EXPIRES FIVE YEARS

FROM THE DATE IT WAS FILED IN THE

OFFICE OF THE COUNTY CLERK. A

NEW FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME

STATEMENT MUST BE FILED PRIOR

TO THAT DATE. The filing of this statement

does not of itself authorize the use in

this state of afictitious business name statement

inviolation ofthe rights of another under

federal, state, or common law (see Section

1441et seq., Business and Professions

Code). MALIBU SURFSIDE NEWS to publish

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FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATE-

MENT FILE NUMBER: 2019239938

ORIGINAL FILING. This statement was

filed with the County Clerk of LOS AN-

GELS on 09/05/2019. The following person

is doing business as THE BABY SHOP,

2007 TOWN CENTER DRIVE, MONTE-

BELLO, CA 90640. The full name ofregistrant

is: SUNIL CHUGANI, 2007 TOWN

CENTER DRIVE, MONTEBELLO, CA

90640. This business isbeing conducted by

an Individual. The registrant has commenced

to transact business under the fictitious business

name listed above 09/2019. /s/: SUNIL

CHUGANI, SUNIL CHUGANI, OWNER,

THE BABY SHOP. This statement was filed

with the County Clerk of LOS ANGELES

County on 09/05/2019. NOTICE: THIS FIC-

TITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT

EXPIRES FIVE YEARS FROM THE DATE

IT WAS FILED IN THE OFFICE OF THE

COUNTY CLERK. ANEW FICTITIOUS

BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT MUST

BE FILED PRIOR TO THAT DATE. The

filing of this statement does not of itself

authorize the use in this state ofafictitious

business name statement in violation ofthe

rights ofanother under federal, state, or common

law (see Section 1441et seq., Business

and Professions Code). MALIBU SURF-

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FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATE-

MENT FILE NUMBER: 2019242574

ORIGINAL FILING. This statement was

filed with the County Clerk of LOS AN-

GELS on 09/09/2019. The following

person(s) are doing business as KNOX ES-

TATE SALES & SERVICES, 6776 LOS

VERDES DRIVE #5, RANCHO PALOS

VERDES, CA 90275. The full name ofregistrant(s)

are: WARWICK J. KNOX &

JOYCE L. KNOX, 6776 LOS VERDES DR.

#5, RANCHO PALOS VERDES, CA 90275.

This business is being conducted by aGeneral

Partnership. The registrants have not

commenced to transact business under the

fictitious business name listed above. /s/:

WARWICK J. KNOX, WARWICK J.

KNOX, PARTNER, KNOX ESTATE

SALES &SERVICES. This statement was

filed with the County Clerk of LOS ANGE-

LES County on 09/09/2019. NOTICE: THIS

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATE-

MENT EXPIRES FIVE YEARS FROM

THE DATE ITWAS FILED INTHE OF-

FICE OF THE COUNTY CLERK. ANEW

FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATE-

MENT MUST BE FILED PRIOR TOTHAT

DATE. The filing ofthis statement does not

of itself authorize the use in this state of a fictitious

business name statement inviolation

of the rights ofanother under federal, state,

or common law (see Section 1441et seq.,

Business and Professions Code). MALIBU

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PERSONS:

Petitioner Cieara Ilenna Johnson

filed a petiton with this court for a

decree changing names as follows:

Present Name: Cieara Ilenna

Johnson to Proposed Name:

Queen Cierra Ilenna Johnson El

Case No. 19CHCP00283

THE COURT ORDERS that all

persons interested in this matter

appear before this court at the

hearing indicated below to show

cause, if any, why the petition for

change of name should not be

granted. Any person objecting to

the name changes described

above must file a written objection

that includes the reasons for

the objection at least two court

days before the matter is scheduled

to be heard and must appear

at the hearing to show cause why

the petition should not be granted.

If no written objective is timely

filed, the court may grant the

petiotion without a hearing.

NOTICE OF HEARING

Date: October 10th, 2019

Time: 8:30 AM

Department: F47

Room:

The address of the court house is:

Superior Court of California

County of Los Angeles

9425 Penfield Ave.

Chatsworth, CA 91311

North Valley District

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PERSONS:

Petitioner Deborah Grachia Potts

filed apetiton with this court for a

decree changing names as follows:

Present Name: Deborah Grachia

Potts to Proposed Name:

Deborah Grachia Moore El

Case No. 19CHCP00324

THE COURT ORDERS that all

persons interested in this matter

appear before this court at the

hearing indicated below to show

cause, if any, why the petition for

change of name should not be

granted. Any person objecting to

the name changes described

above must file a written objection

that includes the reasons for

the objection at least two court

days before the matter is scheduled

to be heard and must appear

at the hearing to show cause why

the petition should not be granted.

If no written objective is timely

filed, the court may grant the

petiotion without a hearing.

NOTICE OF HEARING

Date: October 22nd, 2019

Time: 8:30 AM

Department: F47

Room:

The address of the court house is:

Superior Court of California

County of Los Angeles

9425 Penfield Ave.

Chatsworth, CA 91311

North Valley District

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County of Los Angeles Department

of the Treasurer and Tax Collector

Notice of Divided Publication

Pursuant to Revenue and Taxation

Code (R&TC) Sections 3702, 3381,

and 3382, the Los Angeles County

Treasurer and Tax Collector is publishing

in divided distribution, the Notice

of Sale of Tax-Defaulted Property

Subject to the Tax Collector's Power to

Sell in and for the County ofLos Angeles,

State ofCalifornia, to various

newspapers of general circulation published

inthe County. A portion ofthe

list appears in each of such newspapers.

Notice of Public Auction of Tax-Defaulted

Property Subject to the Tax

Collector's Power to Sell

(Sale No. 2019A)

Whereas, onTuesday, July 30, 2019,

the Board of Supervisors of the

County ofLos Angeles, State of California,

directed me, KEITH KNOX,

Acting Treasurer and Tax Collector, to

sell at public auction certain tax-defaulted

properties.

Ihereby give public notice, that unless

said properties are redeemed, prior to

the close of business onthe last business

day prior to the first day ofthe

public auction, or Friday, October 18,

p , y, ,

2019, at 5:00 p.m. Pacific Time, Iwill

offer for sale and sell said properties

on Monday, October 21, 2019, beginning

at 9:00 a.m. Pacific Time, to the

highest bidder, for cash or cashier's

check in lawful money of the United

States, for not less than the minimum

bid, at the Fairplex, Los Angeles

County Fairgrounds, 1101 West

McKinley Avenue, Building 7, Pomona,

California. Iwill re-offer any

properties that did not sell, for areduced

minimum bid, onTuesday, October

22, 2019.

The minimum bid for each parcel is

the total amount necessary to redeem,

plus costs, as required by R&TC Section

3698.5.

If a property does not sell at the public

auction, the right of redemption will

revive and remain until Friday, December

6, 2019, at 5:00 p.m. Pacific

Time.

Beginning Saturday, December 7,

2019, at 3:00 p.m. Pacific Time,

through Tuesday, December 10, 2019,

at 10:00 a.m. Pacific Time, I will

re-offer for sale at online auction at

www.bid4assests.com/losangeles any

unimproved properties that did not sell

or were not redeemed prior to 5:00

p.m. Pacific Time, on Friday, December

6, 2019.

Prospective bidders should obtain detailed

information ofthis sale from the

County of Los Angeles Treasurer and

Tax Collector (TTC) at http://ttc.lacounty.gov/.

Bidders are required to

pre-register at 225 North Hill Street,

Room 130, Los Angeles, California

and submit arefundable $5,000 deposit

in the form of cash, cashier's

check or bank-issued money order at

the time of registration. The TTC will

not accept personal checks, two-party

checks or business checks for the registration

deposit. The TTC will apply

the registration deposit towards the

minimum bid. Registration will begin

on Monday, September 16, 2019, at

8:00 a.m. and end on Friday, October

4, 2019, at 5:00 p.m. Pacific Time.

Pursuant to R&TC Section 3692.3, the

TTC sells all property ``as is`` and the

County and its employees are not liable

for any known or unknown conditions

of the property, including, but

not limited to, errors in the records of

the Office of the Assessor (Assessor)

pertaining to improvement of the property.

If the TTC sells aproperty, parties of

interest, as defined byR&TC Section

4675, have aright to file a claim with

the County for any proceeds from the

sale, which are inexcess ofthe liens

and costs required to be paid from the

proceeds. Ifthere are any excess proceeds

after the application of the minimum

bid, the TTC will send notice to

all parties of interest, pursuant to law.

Please direct requests for information

concerning redemption of tax-defaulted

property tothe Treasurer and

Tax Collector, at 225 North Hill

Street, Room 130, Los Angeles, California

90012. You may also call (213)

974-2045, Monday through Friday,

8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Pacific Time,

visit our website at tt.lacounty.gov or

email us at auction@tt.lacounty.gov.

The Assessor's Identification Number

(AIN) in this publication refers tothe

( ) p

Assessor's Map Book, the Map Page,

and the individual Parcel Number on

the Map Page. If achange inthe AIN

occurred, the publication will show

both prior and current AINs. An explanation

of the parcel numbering system

and the referenced maps are available

at the Office of the Assessor located at

500 West Temple Street, Room 225,

Los Angeles, California 90012.

I certify under penalty of perjury that

the foregoing is true and correct. Executed

at Los Angeles, California, on

August 23, 2019.

KEITH KNOX

Acting Treasurer and Tax

Collector County of Los

Angeles

State of California

The real property that issubject to this

notice issituated inthe County ofLos

Angeles, State of California, and is described

as follows:

PUBLIC AUCTION NOTICE OF

SALE OFTAX-DEFAULTED PROP-

ERTY SUBJECT TO THE POWER

OF SALE (SALE NO. 2019A)

1551 AIN 4453-003-030 SUNNY

CAPITAL GROUP LLC LOCATION

COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES

$10,494.00

1557 AIN 4457-007-059 BOLMEX

FINANCIAL GROUP INC LOCA-

TION COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES

$9,660.00

1558 AIN 4457-020-013 BAMDAD,

BAHAREH LOCATION COUNTY

OF LOS ANGELES $13,322.00

1559 AIN 4457-020-015 BAMDAD,

BAHAREH LOCATION COUNTY

OF LOS ANGELES $13,830.00

1561 AIN 4458-041-003 MLR

MALIBU LLC C/O C/O TIM RAL-

STON LOCATION COUNTY OF

LOS ANGELES $88,454.00

1562 AIN 4458-041-004 MLR

MALIBU LLC C/O C/O TIM RAL-

STON LOCATION COUNTY OF

LOS ANGELES $89,979.00

1563 AIN 4461-010-017 MAR VISTA

PARTNERS LOCATION COUNTY

OF LOS ANGELES $18,908.00

1564 AIN 4461-010-029 MAR VISTA

PARTNERS LOCATION COUNTY

OF LOS ANGELES $26,192.00

1565 AIN 4461-010-030 MAR VISTA

PARTNERS LOCATION COUNTY

OF LOS ANGELES $16,004.00

1566 AIN 4461-010-031 MAR VISTA

PARTNERS LOCATION COUNTY

OF LOS ANGELES $14,009.00

1567 AIN 4461-010-032 MAR VISTA

PARTNERS LOCATION COUNTY

OF LOS ANGELES $16,007.00

1568 AIN 4461-010-033 MAR VISTA

PARTNERS LOCATION COUNTY

OF LOS ANGELES $15,916.00

1570 AIN 4461-018-022 HEMMEN,

JOSEPH G LOCATION COUNTY

OF LOS ANGELES $5,981.00

1579 AIN 4464-024-020 WITTER,

MADALON K LOCATION

COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES

$22,145.00

1580 AIN 4464-024-022 WITTER,

MADALON K LOCATION

COUNTY OF

$4,833.00

LOS ANGELES

,

1581 AIN 4464-024-023 WITTER,

MADALON K LOCATION

COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES

$5,141.00

1582 AIN 4464-024-024 WITTER,

MADALON K LOCATION

COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES

$6,198.00

1586 AIN 4465-010-006 JACKSON,

VICTAVIAN LOCATION COUNTY

OF LOS ANGELES $6,143.00

1587 AIN 4465-010-007 JACKSON,

VICTAVIAN LOCATION COUNTY

OF LOS ANGELES $5,578.00

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