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900 Chickens Perish at Beloved Kaliko Farms in Malibu

3 months ago by Michele Stueven
Kaliko Orian has seen her share of hurdles in the egg business, which can be unexpectedly brutal at times. But nothing prepared the mother hen of the popular Kaliko Farms for the devastation she endured on Friday.
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Local Aid: Malibu Fire Relief Fundraiser

Saturday, February 16, 6:00PM @ Casa Escobar
Texacala Jones has long been one of the most fascinating and charismatic performers to come out of this city. As leader of Tex & the Horseheads, she alternated between exhilarating, feral...
Activism, Music, Alternative, Grunge, Punk, Rock
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3 Malibu Wine Experiences (Beyond Malibu Wines)

3 years ago by Nile Cappello
For wine lovers, there are few places better to live than California. But while Napa and Sonoma might get the most attention, there’s no need to leave SoCal — or even the L.A. area — to get your wine tasting on. That’s because Malibu, just 30-45 minutes north of L.A.,...
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Malibu Lagoon Field Trips Santa Monica Bay Audubon Society (SMBAS)

Sunday, February 24, 8:30AM @ Malibu Lagoon SMBAS
Santa Monica Bay Audubon Society (SMBAS) http:/smbasblog.com SMBAS invites all to our monthly Malibu Lagoon Field Trips, held on the 4th Sunday of every month, at 8:30 and 10:00 a.m. FREE! 8:30...
Animals, Education, Free Events
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Music Pick: Texacala Jones

11 hours ago by Falling James
Texacala Jones has long been one of the most fascinating and charismatic performers to come out of this city. As leader of Tex & the Horseheads, she alternated between exhilarating, feral outbursts of unrestrained cowpunk passion (“Oh Mother”) and poignant, heart-catching balladry (“Big House, Part III”), mixing blues and punk into a rambunctious roots-rock collision that was distinguished further by her charmingly absurd stream-of-consciousness patter between songs.
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Exploring the Mysterious Devil’s Tongue at Inn Ann, Japan House

4 days ago by Michele Stueven
Also known as voodoo lily, elephant yam and snake palm, and commonplace in Japan, the bulbous underground stem of the konjac plant was in the spotlight in a seven-course dinner prepared by three of L.A.’s most celebrated chefs, including Shibumi’s David Schlosser, at Inn Ann at Japan House over the weekend.
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The Malibu Pier Restaurant and Bar Review: Great Food in Malibu (Yes, Malibu)

5 years ago by Besha Rodell
It's a question for the ages: Why isn't there any good food in Malibu? The query is based on a generalization — certainly, there are some good things to eat in Malibu — but the pickings are notoriously slim. (VICE recently dubbed the place "a culinary wasteland.") For such a...
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An Irishman in Malibu

20 years ago by Tom Christie
Copyright 1992 The Times Mirror Company Los Angeles Times In 1964, when the Irish playwright and wit Brendan Behan died in New York of too much Drink, his countryman Brian Moore wrote, "The angel at the head of Behan's bed, the angel of death, was fame." That image, says Moore...
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Katabasis Imagines the Afterlife at the Getty Villa

23 days ago by Ann Haskins
Katabasis promises a participatory ritual procession with the dancers, singers and musicians expanding ancient musical elements and mythic themes into their world folk and art pop music.

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