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Local couple Jules Williams

In an ongoing series, TMT and Alison Pothier set out to

features the Campa and find and shed light on “the
Halston families as part unsung heroes” residing
of a spotlight for Malibu in Malibu with their new
Love’s ‘Adopt-a-Family’ docuseries “I BUlieve,”
program, Malibu Life B1 Malibu Life B1

February 7, 2019 |

Malibu’s Award Winning Community Paper | Since 1946 25 Cents | No. 06

Somewhere over the rainbow...

Eric Myer
Malibu-based professional photographer Eric Myer and Malibu Times writer Jimy Tallal are collaborating on a book project profiling people who lost their homes in the Discussions on next week’s
Woolsey Fire. They were at the Tallal property for a photoshoot on Monday, Feb. 4, when a rainbow suddenly appeared in the hills across the canyon.
city council agenda (Feb. 11):

Powerful rainstorms
1. Increase protections against post-

Local fire price gouging

2. Modify some LCP/code

cause flooding, evacuations
requirements to help facilitate after-
fire rebuilds
3. Move forward with redesign of Point

file suit
Dume Nature Preserve parking area
See all agenda items online at
No major property damage or

against SCE, injuries were reported following a

week of heavy rain.
Boeing over By Emily Sawicki
Managing Editor
Longtime Waves coach to retire

Woolsey Fire
Members of the Pepperdine track
and cross country programs bid
Malibu weathered yet another farewell to 14-year coach Robert
powerful winter storm this week, with Radnoti at the conclusion of this
On Tuesday, attorneys representing no major mudslides in residential areas, season. Sports, B12.
105 fire victims filed a lawsuit despite dire predictions. The heavy
against Southern California Edison rain, coupled with rare thunder and Debris removal, FEMA, SBA
and The Boeing Company. lightning on Thursday, did bring beach deadlines extended
closures, road closures and an evacua- Local residents affected by the
By Emily Sawicki Woolsey Fire will now have until
tion in Malibu West, but no injuries or
Managing Editor Feb. 15 to apply for programs
loss of life were reported.
A team of attorneys—many of Rain, which began falling late in including the state’s free debris
them Malibu residents—have filed the day Wednesday, Jan. 30, contin- removal, FEMA assistance and
a suit placing the blame for the mas- ued on and off through Monday, Feb. Small Business Administration
sively destructive Woolsey Fire with 4, dumping several inches of rain on loans. News, A3.
Southern California Edison and The Malibu over the week. Reviews & More: Getting
See Lawsuit, page A8 Emily Sawicki / TMT
According to rain totals compiled by their due
A Caltrans worker waits to cross Pacific Coast Highway after clearing a drainage KBUU News, the Malibu Civic Center This month, TMT movie colum-
SMMUSD ditch to the ocean following heavy rain on Monday, Feb. 4. See Storm, page A14 nist Diane Pershing circles back
to movies she missed in previous
looks to revamp Rising from the ashes Howdy’s columns, including “Won’t You Be
My Neighbor?” and “Spider-Man:

Malibu, Santa Local vet Dr. John Lupo and his returns
Into the Spider-Verse.” Reviews
& More, B4.

Monica schools wife, Evelien, look for another

home as their current living
After three years fighting for
justice in South Africa, much-loved
The school district held several situation remains up in the air—
restaurateur Howdy Kabrins is
meetings with local community all while keeping the Malibu Vet
back, with a new restaurant to
members, students and educators Clinic running.
open this summer.
to gather feedback on student
By Shivani Patel By Judy Abel
learning spaces. Staff Writer City of Los Angeles honors
Special to The Malibu Times
By Shivani Patel Malibu doctor
The Malibu Times follows the “I’ve always felt that Howdy is A ceremony was held at the
Staff Writer recovery and rebuild process of locals synonymous with Malibu. Howdy is Hollywood Sikh Temple—near
School district officials and local who lost their homes in the Woolsey Malibu and Malibu is Howdy”—the the traffic square named after
community members are looking to Fire in the “Rising from the Ashes” words of developer Steve Soboroff on 93-year-old Dr. A.S. Marwah for
create schools able to provide learning series. This time, we spoke to Dr. John the announcement of Howdy’s restau- his philanthropy work. News, A3.
to Malibu students for decades to come. and Evelien Lupo, who lost their home Devon Meyers / TMT rant returning to Malibu.
Dr. John Lupo Calendar A2
The Santa Monica-Malibu Unified located in Malibu Park, an area severely “You can’t take Howdy out of
School District held a series of meetings, affected by the fire. We met the two at Malibu and you can’t take Malibu Classified B9-A11
culminating with one in Malibu on Jan. their local business, Malibu Vet Clinic, “Literally, as I got the last animal out of Howdy and that was tested,” Dining & Entertainment A6
30 at Webster Elementary School, to dis- on a rainy January morning. out the door, I could see the flames Soboroff explained, referring to the Opinion A4
cuss the future of its campuses. coming down the hill across the road three years Kabrins spent in South Real Estate A9-14
With the forthcoming Juan Cabrillo ••• there,” he said. “I knew at that point, Africa fighting to bring his daughter’s
Elementar y-Point Dume Marine John and his family were running time was getting close.” killer—a wealthy Guatemalan nation- Business & Services
Science schools merger, an autono- late to evacuate due to his responsibility John, Evelien and their five kids, al—to justice. Kabrins and his wife Directories B7-B11
See Schools update, page A8 to the boarding animals at his clinic. See Rebuilding, page A5 See Howdy’s, page A14 Legal Notices B6
A2 The Malibu Times February 7, 2019 CALENDAR

Photo courtesy John T. Payne

In 2011, the U.S.S. John Paul Jones (above) anchored at Malibu shores for the inaugural “Malibu Navy Days.” A second visit is scheduled for
later this month, from Feb. 22-25.

binding and create your own per- Weinberger celebrates the publica-
RETAIL SPACE FOR LEASE Calendar events are scheduled sonal journal at the Michael Landon tion of her fifth poetry collection, WED., FEB. 20
in advance and may be subject
IN MALIBU PACIFIC CENTER to change. Submission deadline
Center, 10 a.m. - 12 p.m. $75 per “Ghost Tattoo,” with a reading
person; $20 material fee. Visit mali- at the Malibu Jewish Center &
22627 & 22629 is Tuesday at 10 a.m. Please for more infor- Synagogue, 11:30 a.m. Free. A California State Parks is recruit-
email submissions to The Malibu mation and to RSVP. 24250 Pacific brunch will be served afterward. To ing people to train as volunteers/
Pacific coast HigHway, Times, c/o Calendar Editor, to Coast Highway RSVP, call 310.456.5078 or email docents and conduct public tours
Malibu, ca 90265, or 24855 Pacific of the Adamson House and Malibu
fax to 310.456.8986. Only events COOKING Coast Highway Lagoon, Wednesday afternoons
Prime Malibu location in Learn to make Vietnamese street starting Feb. 20 through March
with a connection to Malibu will
modern design building food with Chef Vivien using local ART 27. For more information, email
be considered. or call
ingredients and simple techniques at Lisa Deutsch’s art show—
ARTHUR PETER 22627 Pacific coast HigHway: the Malibu Library, 11:30 a.m. - 1 ”Love Gallery”—debuts at the 310.456.8432. 23200 Pacific Coast
p.m. For adults, limited to 30 peo- Glamifornia Style Lounge with live Highway
310.395.2663 X101 Approximately 485 sf at THUR., FEB. 7
ple. RSVP by calling 310.456.6438. music, wine, dessert and more, 4-6
ARTHUR@PARCOMMERCIAL.COM $2,425 per month + NNN 23519 W. Civic Center Way p.m. 21323 Pacific Coast Highway,
LIC# 01068613 FIRE HELP FRI., FEB. 22
Ste. 103
22629 Pacific coast HigHway: The Pepperdine Law Clinic and FESTIVAL
GREG ECKHARDT Neighborhood Legal Services of VISIT
Approximately 625 sf at Families are invited to Shine A PLAY
310.395.2663 X103 Los Angeles County offer help to Preparations are underway to wel-
$2,812 per month + NNN Little Love Fest, a free carnival with The Malibu High School Theatre
GECKO@PARCOMMERCIAL.COM residents dealing with a FEMA come a Navy ship, set to anchor
live music, crafts, vendors, food and Department presents a final show-
LIC# 01255469 appeal, 6-8 p.m. at St. Aidan’s off of Malibu Pier for the second
terM: Negotiable Church. Bring FEMA paperwork
drinks in the Canyon Courtyard, ing of “Spring Awakening” in the
Malibu Navy Days. The ship will
1-6 p.m. 115 S. Topanga Canyon school’s auditorium after cancel-
1250 6th St., #303, Parking: Ample customer and supporting documents such as
Boulevard, Topanga lations due to severe weather
be in town from Feb. 22-25 tenta-
Santa Monica, CA 90401 photos, receipts, repair estimates, tively.
parking etc. To make an appointment,
conditions, 5 p.m. Buy tickets at
WORKSHOP springawakeningmhs.brownpaper- available: Immediately call 1.800.870.0732. Walk-ins Art therapists hold a free mosaic- 30215 Morning View ONGOING
welcome. 24211 Pacific Coast making workshop as part of healing Drive
Highway after the Woolsey Fire at the Malibu RELIEF
United Methodist Church, 2-6
Malibu Plaza: FRI., FEB. 8 p.m. on Feb. 9-10. To RSVP, con-
tact Tabitha Fronk at tabithafronk@
WED., FEB. 13

The International Association for
Human Values and Glamifornia
Style Lounge host “Take Care
RECEPTION or call 310.403.9217.
22917 Pacific coast HigHway The City of Malibu holds an artist 30128 Morning View Drive The Malibu Library Book Club
of Yourself Tuesdays” with free
community support trauma-relief
suite 200, Malibu, ca 90265 reception for its student art exhibit
discusses “Manhattan Beach” by
Jennifer Egan at this month’s meet-
workshops, Tuesdays from 6:30-
with light refreshments, community 7:30 p.m. at Glamifornia Style
3-STORY CLASS A BUILDING Oceanview Office Space art projects and live poetry readings The Malibu Presbyterian Church ing, 5-6:30 p.m. 23519 W. Civic
Lounge through March 26. RSVP
SIZE: 1,614 rentable square feet
FOR LEASE by Malibu High School students hosts its annual father-daughter
Valentine’s Day dance—“A Very
Center Way
at or call
at City Hall, 5-9 p.m. Free. 23825 TALK 310.924.8426. 21323 Pacific Coast
Stuart Ranch Road Important Date,” 5-8 p.m. $40 Highway, Ste. 103
LEASE RATE: $4.75/rsf/month, MG per ticket. For more information or Pablo Capra shares new research
to volunteer, visit about the Native Americans of BOOKS
LEASE TERM: Negotiable Topanga Beach and specifically, a
SAT., FEB. 9 dance. 3324 Malibu Canyon Road The Friends of the Malibu Library
PARKING: Reserved parking spaces forgotten burial mound discov-
are distributing free books donated
at prevailing cost SWAP OPEN HOUSE ered in 1910, at the Topanga
by a community member to chil-
The Vintage Surfboard Collector Stillwater Dwellings hosts a free Community House, 8 p.m. Visit
dren who lost their homes in the
Club holds a Vintage Surfboard home rebuild seminar and open for
Woolsey Fire. Head to the Friends’
ARTHUR PETER Swap at Boardriders Malibu, house about modern designs, fire more information. 1140 N.
book store or ask a librarian for the
310.395.2663 X101 7 a.m. - 2 p.m. 18820 Pacific Coast defense planning, sustainable builds, Topanga Canyon Road, Topanga
books. 23519 W. Civic Center Way
ARTHUR@PARCOMMERCIAL.COM Highway prefabricated construction and
LIC# 01068613 more, Feb. 9-10 at the Westlake DANCE LESSONS
Village Inn. For more information City of Malibu hosts community
RAFAEL PADILLA The Malibu Lumber Yard hosts a and to RSVP, visit stillwaterse- CONCERT dance lessons with MC Callaghan.
310.395.2663 X102 “Galentine’s Sip ‘N Shop” event 31943 Agoura Road, Musicians studying with classi- Learn swing & ballroom, foxtrot,
1250 6th St., #303, Santa Monica, CA 90401 RAFAEL@PARCOMMERCIAL.COM with free mini hot stone massages, Westlake Village Latin rumba and tango, and more.
310.395.2663 LIC# 00960188 cal guitar virtuoso Christopher
manicures, cocktails, Valentine’s $20 per class. Mondays, 7:15-8:15
Parkening through the Pepperdine
Day treats and more, 2-5 p.m. p.m. All ages welcome at Michael
SUN., FEB. 10 Guitar Department present a con-
3939 Cross Creek Road Landon Center, Malibu Bluffs Park,
cert in solo and ensemble settings
POETRY at the Malibu Library, 3-4 p.m. 24250 Pacific Coast Highway.
Malibu resident Florence All ages welcome. 23519 W. Civic RSVP preferred. 760.238.1498
Learn the art of Fukuro Toji-pouch
Center Way

Malibu Urgent Care

New and Improved!
State-of-the-Art Trauma Room Please visit, Friends of Malibu Urgent Care,

or send donations to: POB 6836, Malibu, CA, 90265
NEWS BRIEFS February 7, 2019 The Malibu Times A3

Malibu doctor honored in Los Angeles
Malibu philanthropist Dr. A.S. Marwah was Gil Somerfield
honored by the City of Los Angeles, which After surviving the stress of tiating the court system. He also
named a traffic square after him. Iconic beige evacuation and relocation after the served on the Board of Directors
and brown signs went up Monday at the inter- Woolsey Fire, Gilbert (Gil) Carl of Brandeis Bardin, was president
section of Vermont and Finley Avenues, now Somerfield died peacefully after a of Temple Beth Emet of Burbank
called Dr. Amarjit Singh Marwah square. The long illness, surrounded by family, and was an active supporter of the
intersection is the site of the Hollywood Sikh in his Malibu home on Nov. 27, Anti-Defamation League, KCRW
Temple that Marwah gifted to the city 50 years 2018. and various homeless support pro-
ago. A crowd of 200 people gathered inside Born on Aug. 18, 1927, and grams. In Malibu, he served on the
the temple for the ceremony, which was held raised in Brooklyn, N.Y., Gil board of the Malibu Jewish Center
indoors due to rain. Among the dignitaries attended Stuyvesant High School. & Synagogue, and was an active
was India Consul General Sanjay Panda— As a young man, he worked at member of the Malibu Democratic
who traveled from his post in San Francisco— Ebbets Field (when it was the home Club and Malibu Film Society.
along with LA City Councilmember David of the Brooklyn Dodgers), where While his career achievements
Ryu, who presented Marwah with a minia- he earned the money to move to and community contributions
ture version of the street sign. Marwah, a California and attend UCLA, where were significant, Gil’s first love and
50-year Malibu resident, spent 20 years serv- he graduated with a degree in politi- priority was his close-knit family,
ing as a Los Angeles Cultural Heritage and cal science. A highly successful busi- lanthropist and volunteer. After who recall him spending count-
Arts Commissioner, first appointed by late LA nessman, Gil, along with his sister the acquisition of his company, he less happy hours in their beautiful,
Mayor Tom Bradley. Monday was Marwah’s and brother-in-law, built Arrow entered and graduated from the art-filled Malibu home and at their
LA City Council Member David Ryu (left) with Dr.
A.S. Marwah 93rd birthday. Metals Company, a surplus metals Wagner Program at the University Mammoth lodge. Gil is survived by
business, from a small home-based of Judaism, where he honed his his wife of almost 65 years, Ellie;
business into a major distributor of volunteer skills in their paraprofes- their son, Craig; and daughters,
Ventura SAR team to the Ventura County Sheriff’s costs” to property owners. Those stainless steel for the aircraft indus- sional training program, later ini- Pamela Klein (Robert); and Wendy
Department. (Heavy rain fell in the who wish to use the program must try, his family shared. He retired in tiating and facilitating a discussion Levenson, the mother of their four
member killed while Southern California region that fill out of Right Of Entry form to 1985 after 37 years. group on men’s midlife issues that grandchildren: Ariel, Esther, Dena
helping others Saturday day.) allow workers to enter their prop- During Gil’s working life and continues to this day. and Mariam.
The team was on its way to erties. in retirement, family shared he Among his many community Friends and family celebrated
Mount Pinos for training. “Property owners participat- was an active sportsman (skiing service activities, Gil served as an Gil’s life on Nov. 28 at Mount Sinai
Three other members were ing in the state-ran [sic] program and hiking into his 80s) and sports advocate in the Family Violence Memorial Park. Rabbi Michael
injured; according to VCSD, two of incur no direct costs for the fan (the Kings), a political activ- Project of Jewish Family Service, Schwartz and Cantor Marcelo
them are still in critical condition at removal of eligible debris, includ- ist for liberal causes, and a phi- assisting injured women in nego- Gindlin of MJCS officiated.
the Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital ing ash, metal and concrete, as
in Santa Clarita. The third was dis- well as foundations,” according
charged from the hospital. to information from the Office of cations, opt-out forms and recently found an important way to under the “About Us” tab to upload
Emergency Services. “Interested ROE forms, click serve the community. Some have your nomination letter. There you
property owners, including those CADebrisRemoval. been involved in multiple activi- can also view our list of former
Key deadlines for fire who do not have debris removal ties; others have focused on one Dolphins to see if your nomi-
victims extended to Feb. 15 insurance coverage, simply need
Submit nominations for the or two. Some are business profes- nee has already been a recipient.
The deadlines for debris remov- to complete and submit to Public sionals, politicians or educators, Nominations can also be sent by
Twitter / @VENTURASHERIFF al sign-up, FEMA registration and Works their ROE [Right of Entry] annual Dolphin Awards while still others are retirees, retail- email to frontdesk@malibutimes.
Jeff Dye Small Business Administration permit form. The ROE allows state Nominations are now being ers, restaurateurs, homemakers com.
A Ventura County search and loan applications have all been contractors to access the prop- solicited for the annual Malibu or students. Their interests are as A physical copy of the nomina-
rescue team member was killed extended to Feb. 15, according erty.” Times Citizens of the Year Dolphin diverse as they are and range from tion letter may be mailed or hand
early February while assisting to information shared by local and Those who opt out of the pro- Awards. environmental protection to wildlife delivered to the Times offices at
people involved in a traffic incident state government. gram are responsible for debris The Dolphin Award is pre- rescue to education, literacy, the 3864 Las Flores Canyon, Malibu
on the 5 Freeway in Los Angeles The eleventh-hour decision removal through private means, sented to local individuals and arts, health and safety, teen pro- CA 90265.
County. gives those who lost property (or though standards must be met. organizations that have made grams ... the list goes on and on. Please include enough infor-
Jeff Dye, part of the Ventura business revenue) due to the fires There are also forms available for outstanding contributions to To nominate an individual or mation (several paragraphs at
County Fillmore Mountain SAR another two weeks to meet dead- those who wish to opt out. improving one or more aspects of organization, please write at least least) for the editorial team and
team, was travelling with other lines on key steps in the rebuild Feb. 15 is now also the dead- Malibu’s community life. 300 words describing your nomi- publishers to be able to make an
members of the team on Feb. 2 process. line for FEMA registration and The deadline for submissions nee’s contribution, his or her con- informed decision.
when they stopped at the scene, The debris removal pro- Small Business Administration is Feb. 15. tact information and why you think Check out the list of previ-
which involved an overturned gram sign-up through the State (SBA) loan applications. Dolphins are a very diverse they should be considered. ous winners from 1990-2017
truck. He was “struck and killed of California entitles those with For FEMA registration and SBA group. Some Dolphins have accu- You may submit your Dolphin alphabetically online at
by another vehicle” that lost con- burned property to enroll in a pro- loan info, visit mulated many years of achieve- nomination online at malibutimes. TMTDolphinWinners.
trol while on the scene, according gram for removal with “no direct For debris removal appli- ment; others may have only com. Select “The Dolphin Awards” See News Briefs, page A12


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A4 The Malibu Times February 7, 2019 OPINION

From the Publisher

Arnold G. York

It’s a new day

The wind has died down, the air is crystal peep, nary a bark. Once he realized he was
clear, the hills are beginning to turn green, here to stay, he started barking out his com-
the sun is shining, the ocean is quiet and gen- mands. Yorkies are terriers and feisty; they
tle, and it’s easy to forget what chaos we’ve don’t think you’re their owner, they think
gone through in the last three months. The you’re their staff. But he’s a lovable little guy
recovery is slow, people are still stumbling and gets along great with Ginger, a lovable
around about what to do and perhaps we’re yellow Labrador, so now we have two dogs at
just in the beginning of the recovery process. The Malibu Times.
For the first time, I see people regaining their
footing and getting ready for the battles to
come, which will take a lot of energy and The opening gun has been fired in what
time, and require they endure an infinite promises to be the long legal saga of the Wool-
amount of frustration. The next step is clear- sey Fire. A group of attorneys—including At-
ing out the burned sites and that is already torney Robert F. Kennedy Jr., a well-known
underway. Operation Recovery is holding a environmental attorney—representing over
number of seminars to help you on your way. 100 individuals and property owners filed a
Check the schedules in this paper. complaint in Superior Court against South-
ern California Edison. The group alleges SCE
••• wires started the fire. They also filed against
Later this month, between Friday, Feb. the Boeing Company, which owned the site

Letters to the Editor

22, and Monday, Feb. 25, the U.S. Navy is where the fire allegedly began.

In case you going to be in town and you’ll all see a large

warship ship anchored close to Malibu Pier. •••

missed it The Malibu Times requests that letters to the editor be sent by U.S. mail or hand- delivered to The They’re setting up the schedule for visitors Finally, President Trump was in the Capi-
Malibu Times, 3864 Las Flores Canyon Rd., Malibu, CA 90265; emailed to and we should know shortly of the plans, tol on Tuesday, Feb. 5, to deliver his delayed
or by fax to 310.456.8986. Typed letters must use sentence case (please avoid submitting correspon- which we will announce in the paper. Expect State of the Union address. His address had
The top stories on dence typed entirely in capital letters or in cursive). Opinions expressed on this page do not necessarily
reflect the opinions or views of The Malibu Times.
to see several hundred sailors—male and fe- some Republican applause lines. It had some this week male, officers and those enlisted in the streets Democratic applause lines. A great deal of
of Malibu. Let’s give them a big welcome what he said could have been said by a Demo-
City hall woes state legislation may take too
long. However, perhaps such
when they get here. Caveat: this assumes that
nothing untoward happens between now and
crat or an Independent—in fact, some of the
lines sounded vaguely familiar. The problem
Today, I went to city hall at legislation could help provide then and the visit of a large ship, similar to the I have with Trump is what he says and what
7:30 a.m. to start my rebuild. funding for the pumps and pipe ship that visited us a few years ago, can come he does are very different. He takes credit for
First, I saw a sign that said “Mi- upgrades to improve water flows as scheduled. just about everything he can. He kind of took
ramar” or “Paragon,” then a sign in critical wildfire communities credit for the advances women have made
directing me to the senior center, like Malibu. in the work force and for all the additional
then “City Hall” hidden behind 3. The endorsement by Chief We’re in the process of looking over the women elected to Congress. In that, he is
a tree. I searched for the fire re- Osby for training and equipping Dolphin nominees for this year’s Dolphin probably correct. Many of those new women
build desk—no one was there for local citizen fire brigades should Awards. If you have a person or group you in the House owe their election to Trump,
25 minutes. There was no bell. help local responses to emergen- want to nominate, get those nominations but not the way he tells it. His presidency has
Updated: Malibu West evac- When they came, they told me cies. Other ways could include in right away. Several people can nominate brought many new voters to the Democratic
uations lifted, some road the person who mans the debris encouraging and identifying resi- the same person or group, but what’s most Party and enthused enough Independent vot-
closures remain in effect removal desk would not get in dent water resources like above important is you give us detailed informa- ers to actually get them out to the polls to es-
Heavy rain that started until 9 a.m. because “he lives in ground pools (that do not re- tion about what they’ve done and why you sentially vote against him. The strangest thing
last week forced closures La Habra.” quire permits and engineering), are nominating them. Feel free to nominate is he got thumped in the 2018 election, the
throughout Malibu due to There is no fire desk because jacuzzis, tanks, etc.—some of someone you may have nominated before: House flipped and there he is, taking a victory
debris flow and flooding. that’s L.A. County. which were not used in the Woo- Who knows? This may be their year. See page lap. Sadly, the conclusion I’ve come to is the
As I leave, I catch a sign tell- sley Fire. A10 for details and the list of past winners. address is an exercise in pretested applause
ing me to sign up for emergency 4. How can communications (You can only win once.) lines and essentially meaningless.
alerts. I lose it a little and begin and coordination be improved The reality is if the bipartisan committee
ranting because I did sign up for between LA County, City of Los can come up with something on immigra-
emergency alerts but they never Angeles, Ventura County and Karen and I have a new dog, who we tion and Trump actually signs, then we are
came, and had I relied on my CalFire to improve the command named Studley—Stud for short. He was a res- making some progress. If they can do some-
alerts on Nov. 9, I would be dead and on the ground firefight- cue from the Agoura Animal Shelter and we thing about the DACA kids and he signs on
now. People look down and try ing? Why were there so much think a refugee from one of the fires. When to it, then we are making progress. If Con-
Fire chief faces vitriolic to look extremely busy at their firefighting resources staging at we got him, the shelter’s staff told us they gress can pass an infrastructure bill and he
Malibu crowd empty desks. Lake Sherwood Estates while the believed he was a Yorkie [Yorkshire Terrier], signs it, then we are making some progress.
LA County Fire Chief Daryl On to Waterworks District fire was barreling down Trancas and specifically an unfixed male about 10 to But words are not enough. We have to pass
Osby spoke in front of a 29, which adds a new and mas- and Zuma Canyons as shown in 12 years old. The center hadn’t neutered some serious legislation, stop attacking our
packed theater at Malibu City terful level of difficulty as it is lo- the attached citizen video and him because staff don’t like to neuter older allies, stop tearing up every security agree-
Hall about the fire depart- cated behind the library. I had to report? dogs. When we got him, he had been on the ment and treaty, and deal seriously with
ment’s role in fighting the pass camping homeless men just Other sources for reporting streets for a while and looked pretty scrawny Russian, Chinese, North Korean and Iranian
Woolsey Fire. to get to it. Well played, City of and defining problems and find- and scruffy, but he cleaned up nicely. After a threats. Then I’ll believe he is actually mak-
Malibu, well played. I decided to ing solutions include the Malibu week or so, it was apparent that he probably ing some progress.
come back later with protection. Magazine’s “After the Woolsey was a purebred someone had kept as a show I will concede that he is a talented per-
Jane Warden Fire” edition, the email Recov- dog or perhaps for breeding, hence the name former; I only wish he was as talented a
This letter was submitted on de- Studley. For the first week, he didn’t make a president.
Feb. 2. veloped by Malibu City Council
members Karen Farrer and Mik-
ke Pierson, and the Los Angeles
Looking Emergency Preparedness Foun-
to the future dation’s website and email Wild- as well as TV
Howdy’s Restaurant, Blue This letter was originally ad- and other Internet social media.
Bottle Coffee among retail- dressed to the LA County Fire De- Again, thank you for Chief
ers announced for Whole partment. Osby’s commitment to evaluate
Foods project Thanks so much for the fol- the problems and to help bring
Other confirmed retailers for low up from Fire Chief Osby their solutions.
the project include Sorenity with a way for the public to com- Jeff and Jill Harris
Rocks Malibu, Barefoot ment and upload photos and
Dreams and Door-to-Door
Valet Cleaners.
videos through a Woosley Fire
portal on
More parking
My wife Jill and I appreciated My name is Spencer Regan,
the openness and leadership style and I am working on behalf of the
of Chief Osby to evaluate what Cornucopia Foundation Malibu
went well and badly with the Farmers Market. This past Mon-
Woolsey Fire responses and to day, I presented our plan to the
find solutions. We also welcome Malibu Planning Commission, ISSN 10504931
the chief’s commitment to help hoping to utilize the old Chili

Updated: PCH closed from

Las Posas to Decker Canyon
Malibu and surrounding canyon
communities rebuild.
Several issues standout:
Cook Off site for Farmers Mar-
ket parking on Sundays. With
more parking available for the
Following weeks of similar 1. The lack of awareness of market-goers, we will incentivize PUBLISHERS Arnold and Karen York ART DIRECTOR Nira Lichten
rain events, parts of Pacific the fire command leaders that community members, vendors
and visitors to stop by. This will EDITOR IN CHIEF Arnold G. York GRAPHIC DESIGNER Carla Marlenée Bates
Coast Highway were once significant numbers of firefighters
again closed due to heavy rain were not engaging in putting out revive our market after the past
and subsequent debris flow. or preventing structure fires af- months of construction and poor MANAGING EDITOR Emily Sawicki DISPLAY ADVERTISING Mary Abbott,
ter the fire storm passed through weather conditions. We hope to
Barbara Calandra,
residential communities. Waiting make the Malibu Farmers Mar- MULTIMEDIA DIRECTOR Julie Ellerton
for orders and rushing away from ket a more enjoyable and relax- EDITORIAL ASSISTANT Shivani Patel Kathy May
burning homes and spot fires ing communal event. STAFF WRITERS Kim Devore, Shivani Patel Anthony McDemas
was reported too often. Homes Spencer Regan
Devon Meyers, Julie Ellerton CLASSIFIEDS Teresa Gelbman
burned on Saturday and Sunday.
Reinstate Lt. Royal Pam Linn, Pam Price,
Gathering eyewitness reports, CONTRIBUTORS ADMINISTRATION Jennifer Kantor,
videos and pictures can help de- Jimy Tallal, Homaira Shifa, Janice Vicioso
termine the extent, locations and Our beloved community suf-
McKenzie Jackson, Judy Abel,
CERT popularity soars, time of these ineffective respond- fered another body blow when
despite failures during fire ers. One recommendation from our new top cop, Alex Villan- Burt Ross
Though Malibu CERT the 1993 Malibu fire was to have ueva, removed Lieutenant James
members were not allowed local firefighters assigned to out- Royal from our midst this week 3864 Las Flores Canyon Rd. • Malibu, CA 90265
past roadblocks during the of-area mutual aid fire fighters. in a major post-election shuffle. Editorial: 310.456.5507 | Advertising: 310.456.5507 | FAX: 310.456.8986
Woolsey Fire, membership 2. We need to get standby Lt. Royal stood out for his Email: • Website:
for the program has since generators at pumping stations lowkey decency, integrity and in- ©2018 The Malibu Times, Inc.
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Frankie, Coco, Madeus, Levi and John said, “People have
Vienne—evacuated to a hotel in come to us and they found out
Santa Barbara. John’s employees that we were renting and there’s
were able to take animals that been comments like ‘Oh, OK,
remained at the clinic and care well that’s not so bad.’”
for them in their own homes. “In certain respects, well,
In the days after the fire, two things: One, we didn’t real-
John began making day trips ly have insurance like, we had
to Malibu as soon as the smoke minimal insurance. They gave us
cleared. $5,900 for everything we owned
“I just felt like the best way I in the house,” he later said.
could help the community is to Second, echoing Evelien, he
do what I do best, which is help explained they don’t have “their
their pets and their animals,” he spot” anymore.
explained. He began working Though there was “joyous
out of his car with a network of celebration” when they found
volunteers to aid affected ani- out the clinic survived the fire,
mals. there was also some apprehen-
The family of seven made sion. With evacuations and no
it back to the burned property electricity, the clinic had been
nearly two weeks after the fire out of business for nearly a
first began, once evacuations month after the fire. Any service
were lifted. provided in the initial days of the

Photos by Devon Meyers / TMT

“We walked around with fire were done for free—similar
the kids and just kind of talked to what many restaurants did in
through the whole thing—what the area, he said, “It was just a
they were thinking, what they necessity that had to be done.”
were feeling,” Evelien said. Their But bills kept rolling in.
three-year-old daughter, on see- “I will say our insurance for
ing the destruction, said, “Our the business did not cover what
house is broken.” we needed for loss of business,”
As for housing after the fire, John said. It was clients and
the family stayed in the garage friends who kept them afloat.
Above: Dr.
of a property rented by Waveside A lot of his clients, some of John and
Church Pastor Dave Dowler for a whom were displaced to areas Evelien Lupo
week. From there, they moved to a like Santa Monica, Oxnard and with their two
house on Broad Beach that one of Thousand Oaks, are making the dogs
John’s clients had been planning drive—to John and Evelien’s sur-
to sell. After living there rent-free prise—to the Malibu Vet Clinic. Left: Evelien
Lupo describes
in December, and paying rent in “The thing that got us her family’s
January and February, the Lupos through is the generosity of the current
now need another property, as the people of Malibu—no two ways situation with
owner looks to sell. about it,” he reiterated. her husband,
As renters of their Malibu In the months since the fire, John, in the
Park home, they do not have John and Evelien, in particular, back office at
to deal with debris removal have focused on maintaining Malibu Vet
and rebuilding, but as Evelien perspective, to “still have joy,
described, “It’s definitely hard as still have moments of happiness”
well, as renters.” during this confusing time.
“’Cause we were in that place “I think there’s some people
for eight years and we loved that, that probably should take the role
our little spot on Earth,” she of holding people accountable,
said, adding: “It was like our lit- but it can’t be me,” Evelien said.
tle spot that we had for our fam- “I don’t have it in me, you know.”
ily and we can’t go back to that Instead, she and John focus
now. So when we go back to that on maintaining a sense of nor-
neighborhood, it’s not ours in malcy for their kids and for the
any way. It’s completely gone.” clinic.

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the dates of February 1 - 6: 6 p.m. Show starts at 9 p.m. Tickets Madness. Call for details. 20356 Pacific Coast Hwy.
are $10. Call for details. Wed.: Wine Wednesday, 1/2 off. 310.456.3010
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Karla Perez. Doors open at 6 p.m.
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Call for details. dinner. 11 a.m. - 10 p.m.
Call for details. —Jennifer Davis

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7 PM Lecture and Q&A

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February 7, 2019 The Malibu Times A7
From page A4
who removed his uniform and The Malibu Information
we want overload
changed to civilian clothes so
he could fight the fire.
This seems to be an instance Many of us worked very hard A mountain of smoky paper-
of “no good deed goes unpun- for many years to create the City work overwhelms me now, and
ished.” of Malibu, but what we have is I’m most grateful. We came too
Please write Sheriff Villan- not what we wanted. The form close to moving back to our
ueva and ask that Lt. Royal be is wrong! other Malibu house that ended
transferred back to Malibu. We wanted a city with a up a total loss on Nov. 9. Fire-
Carol Moss mayor—not a council—and men saved our main home that
our own fire and police depart- day, thankfully, but the burning
So long ments—not borrowed contrac-
tors who have no real skin in
garage and yard infused all pa-
per and fabric throughout the
In response to “Make America the game. home with that familiar stench.
Great Again” published on Jan. We had all been through I’ve been scanning papers for
31 fires and we could have told hours every day since the fire
After reading Steve Jones’ ut- you we would definitely pre- and have barely made a dent,
terly idiotic letter to the editor, fer the revered volunteer fire- which is quite ironic, given that
“Make America Great Again”— fighters used by so many cities I literally wrote the book “Sur-
a phrase that, to me, could be across America instead of fire- vive Information Overload”
translated as “make America even men with Thomas guides, wait- that made its way to the Top 30
more white, fat and ignorant”—I ing for orders. They fight fires, Business Books of the Year back
have chosen to click on “report not overtime pay issues and in ‘92. Today, I came across this
spam and unsubscribe” to any time off. They care! wonderful poem about inspira-
further emails from this publica- We need police department tion and renewal tucked into
tion. Why would you print that that knows us and works with one of the many files.
fool’s B.S.? Seriously! The guy is us! And we need a mayor who While we are unable to print
a tool... responds 24 hours a day and the poem, it is called “The Old
So long, Malibu Times... can be recalled, not overpaid. Violin” by Myra Brooks Welch.
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A8 The Malibu Times February 7, 2019

Schools update
From page A1
mous Malibu Middle School and A parent of a student at Measure BB project, which we Malibu schools while giving two different committees. But, at The funds for these goals will
the rebuilding of Malibu High PDMSS mentioned that though started back in 2008. Some of schools their own sense of iden- [the] very least, they need to take come from the school bond mea-
School, the school district now she believed the school was gen- those, as soon as they opened, we tity. For example, PDMSS is really soberly seriously that it can’t sures—Measure M and SMS in
looks to supplement teaching erally well set up, she felt gates were immediately going, ‘Well, well-known for its marine sci- be one size fits well.” Malibu and Santa Monica, respec-
with education specifications— needed to be secured properly and that actually needs to change to ence program. This process starts with the edu- tively—passed in the general elec-
defined by SMMUSD, in part, as on time. Another parent, Jessica support what we’re doing.’” “I think there needs to be a cation specifications before moving tion last November prior to the
“planning documents that specify Isles, agreed with the sentiment Miller then spoke to the initial clear division. There’s a limited toward campus assessments and wildfires.
physical requirements of learning and brought up the possibility of rebuilding process at MHS, which number of things that would work prioritization of projects, creating Community members can
environments aligned with the gates that were taller and “not see- began several years ago. equally well for Santa Monica a master plan, building a new con- access an earlier draft of the ed
goal that all students graduate through.” “At that time, and I know it’s and Malibu,” SMMUSD School struction design and finally, phase specs online at
ready for college and careers.” A Franklin Elementary School different now, but there was a lot Board Member Craig Foster construction. The process began The plan will soon be updated
G K K Wo r k s / C a n n o n parent disagreed: “We have fenc- of discussion between old Malibu- said, speaking about the commit- about five months ago; the goal with gathered feedback and pre-
Architects, in charge of holding ing all around. I quite like that you new Malibu, which is a commu- tee tasked with overseeing these finish date of campus assessments is sented to the SMMUSD Board of
the public meetings, also held can see in. I don’t want my kids nity dynamic. And at that time, changes. “... I think that should be January 2020. Education at a future meeting.
some with students and educators going to a compound.” there was a large portion of our
to ascertain what they would like As for classroom size and community not advocating for

to see in schools. furniture within them, Webster the big pointed roof with the glass
“What was interesting to me is, Elementar y School Principal everywhere and all that stuff,”
a good majority of them really par- Patrick Miller emphasized the Miller explained. “They wanted
alleled the kind of conversations necessity of flex; i.e., creating room the preservation of old Malibu.”
that, you know, the educators and
other stakeholders have been look-
for staff to change their classrooms
as needed.
“So, I don’t know if that sen-
timent still exists in the larger
Offering Woolsey Fire victims
ing into,” Blair Ripplinger with
the architecture firm said.
In a similar vein, SMMUSD
Chief Operations Officer Carey
Malibu community, because I
don’t want to speak for them. But
and the Malibu community
In terms of the campuses Upton said, “Buildings we build there is that kind of old equestrian Resources and information they need
themselves, the few parents at the we use for 60, 80 years and we park mentality of old Malibu vs. to rebuild fire safe homes in a fire safe community
meeting emphasized the necessity don’t really know what education new Malibu,” he later added.
of security—especially in light of is going to be next year. Attendees also discussed the Important Deadlines and Meeting Dates/ Cal OAS Debris and Lot Clearance
recent school shootings around “I mean ... even some of the importance of providing equity Upcoming Activities Feb. 15th is also the deadline to opt to have
the country. buildings we built as part of the among all the Santa Monica- the government clear debris from your lots
February 10 “”There are two choices: either opt in to the gov-
Lawsuit Legal Forum – To Hire or Not to Hire and If
so Who?
ernment- sponsored fire debris removal program
with no direct cost to eligible property owners
From page A1 This meeting has been designed to pres- (billed to your insurance if you have insurance
Boeing Company. failure to prevent this disaster Red Flag weather conditions that ent the benefits organized community action – no charge if you do not have insurance), or
Diane Marger Moore, was reckless misconduct.” preceded the Woolsey Fire.” and the potential of generating economies of opt out and complete the debris removal work
Michael L. Baum, Ronald L. The complaint alleges that As for Boeing, the complaint scale in connection with the engagement of on your own in an environmentally safe way that
M. Goldman, Brian R. Strange, the Woolsey Fire was “negligently alleges the aerospace company lawyers who are offering to pursue contingent- meets state and county requirements.”
Brianna Strange, and Robert started and wholly preventable.” “failed to perform vegetation fee litigation to recover damages caused by the
F. Kennedy Jr. filed the suit on The fire, which experts state management in a reasonable Woolsey Fire. You will hear from lawyers and February 16
Tuesday, Feb. 5, in Los Angeles began in Simi Valley at the Santa manner; failed to have an ade- law firms with extensive experience in this field Rebuilding 101
Superior Court, representing Susana Field Laborator y— quate fire prevention program and learn about the financial and other terms of First in a series of workshops designed to
105 people impacted by the owned by Boeing—destroyed or have adequately trained fire their representation both on a community and provide you with everything you need to know
November fire. about 750 homes and structures suppression personnel in place individual basis. Malibu Public Library, 22519 - but never before needed to know before about
“Southern California Edison’s in Malibu alone. to prevent the types of fires that Civic Center Drive 2-5PM. building a house
history of igniting cataclysmic According to plaintif fs, were reasonably anticipated in Professional architects and builders will
fires is not, as the company main- Southern California Edison did the dry conditions in California February 15 present a workshop designed to prepare you
tains, a parade of bad luck,” envi- not perform brush clearance and with the known Santa Ana winds; New FEMA, SBA, Lot Clearance Deadlines! for your first steps in rebuilding and beyond.
ronmental attorney and Malibu did not shut down power lines, failed to maintain the property To be considered for eligibility for Malibu Public Library, 22519 Civic Center
resident Robert F. Kennedy Jr. despite heightened danger. The in a safe condition; and failed to FEMA and SBA Programs including FEMA/ Drive 2-5PM.
said in a statement provided by suit claims SCE was negligent in warn neighboring property own- SBA Disaster assistance for individuals may
plaintiffs on Tuesday. “failing to maintain its overhead ers of the dangers inherent in the include grants to help homeowners and rent- JOIN US!
“Edison’s corporate culture electrical facilities in a safe man- conditions of their property.” ers with temporary housing, essential home Operation Recovery is an independent, all-
reliably places corporate profits ner; failing to perform vegeta- According to information repairs, personal property replacement, and volunteer community organization. We wel-
ahead of public safety, ignor- tion management in accordance shared by the law firm Baum, serious disaster-related needs. The dead- come the participation of other like-minded
ing the fire dangers engendered with applicable regulations; and Hedlund, Aristei & Goldman, line for filing applications for low-interest groups and individuals to help us meet the needs
by its business activities. The failing to timely and proactively PC, one of the plaintiffs in the disaster loans from the U.S. Small Business of Malibu residents affected by the Woolsey fire.
Woolsey Fire was not just fore- shut down the Big Rock 16kV case, the suit is the first filed after Administration (SBA) has also been extend- For information call Karen York,
seeable or predictable, it was circuit to prevent a catastrophic the Woolsey Fire to name Boeing ed to Feb 15. 310-456-5507 ext. 117
inevitable. SCE and Boeing’s wildfire during the forecasted as a defendant.

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3864 Las Flores Cyn. Rd., on Sunday, Feb. 24. Doors open at
Malibu, CA 90265 4:30 p.m. The dress code is “casual &
Tel.______________________________________________________ comfortable.”
February 7, 2019 The Malibu Times A9

The City of Malibu is Here to Help

Our hearts go out to all those affected by the devastating Woolsey Fire. The City is committed to doing everything possible to help community members with
their immediate needs, to provide a smooth process for those who lost homes to establish temporary housing on their property and to rebuild, and to resume
normal City services and activities.

The deadline to apply for assistance programs from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), the California State
Supplemental Grant Program, and the Small Business Administration (SBA) for people and businesses impacted by the Woolsey Fire has
been extended to Friday, February 15. The first step to enroll in all three programs is registering with FEMA by February 15. To apply or for
more information visit or call 800-621-3662.

New - Debris Removal Operations Center Open In Malibu City Hall Fire Rebuild Desk
Calabasas To Assist Residents A walk-up counter staffed by a planner is available during City Hall open
hours. Meet one-on-one with a City planner who can walk residents
LA County has opened a Debris Removal Operation Center (DROC) in Calabasas
through the process of getting a temporary mobile home or trailer placed
where residents can ask questions and get guidance through the fire debris
removal process. The DROC is located at 26610 Agoura Road, Calabasas (near the on their burned property, and help them begin the rebuilding process.
101 Fwy and Las Virgenes Rd) and is open Monday through Friday 8:00 AM to 5:00
PM and Saturdays 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM. For more information, call LA County's Location: 23825 Stuart Ranch Road, Malibu, CA 90265
Woolsey Fire Recovery Hotline at 626-979-5370. Hours: Monday through Thursday, 7:30 AM – 5:30 PM,
Fridays 7:30 AM – 4:30 PM


Choose a Debris Removal Program
After a property has been inspected and cleared by a HazMat team, residents must choose one of the two Fire Debris Removal Programs
available in the City of Malibu. Any other debris removal is prohibited and could result in a citation and delay in rebuilding. For detailed
information, visit the Debris Removal Operations Center (see below) or City Hall’s Fire Rebuild Desk, visit the Debris webpage at or call 310-456-2489, ext. 371.
Option 1: CalOES
The state-run CalOES Program will remove fire debris from destroyed or damaged homes under strict environmental and public safety
guidelines, at no out-of-pocket cost to the homeowner. To opt in, a Right of Entry (ROE) form must be submitted by February 15, 2019.
Option 2: Local Program
The County-run Local Debris Removal Program allows property owners to get a state-certified contractor at their own expense for fire
debris removal. The work must include the same testing and certification provided under the State program. Deadline to apply is
February 15, 2019. If fire debris removal has not been completed by March 15, it will be removed from the property at the owner’s
expense (at least $100,000).


Malibu Mayor Pro Tem Karen Farrer and Councilmember Mikke Pierson, Chairs of the Council's Disaster Response and Recovery Ad-Hoc
Committee, will be holding public community meetings with the goal of understanding the Woolsey Fire disaster and helping the
community and the City be better prepared for future disasters. Anyone may email questions or ideas to the Committee at any time at

City Council Public Hearing Feb. 11 On Code Amendments to Help Residents Rebuild
During the City Council meeting on Monday, February 11, 6:30 PM at Malibu City Hall, the City Council will hold a public hearing to consider
amendments to Title 17 (Zoning) of the Malibu Municipal Code and to the Local Coastal Program. The Council will also review the Planning
Commission’s recommendations to modify standards and procedures to facilitate the rebuilding of structures damaged or destroyed by
the Woolsey Fire and provide relief for the victims of the fire. For more information, call the Planning Department at 310-456-2489, ext.
485, or email The agenda will be posted at
To protect public health from potential hazardous materials in the fire debris and ash, the City has banned the use of ALL leaf blowers (both gas and
electric) in City limits west of Malibu Canyon Road effective immediately, through August 1, 2019.
Debido a que los escombros y las cenizas del fuego y las estructuras dañadas pueden contener materiales y partículas que son peligrosas para la salud
y la seguridad, La Ciudad de Malibu prohíbe el uso de sopladores de hojas dentro del área de la ciudad al oeste de Malibu Canyon Road hasta el límite
de la ciudad. La prohibicion esta en efecto inmediatamente y terminara el 1° de agosto del 2019.

Rebuilding Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

The City offers a streamlined process for residents to get back into their homes. Planning & Environmental Sustainability staff are available
to help residents navigate this process. Contact Planning at 310-456-2489 x485 or, and Environmental
Sustainability at 310-456-2489 x371 or For in-person assistance, visit the Fire Rebuild Desk at City Hall Mon -
Thurs, 7:30AM - 5:30PM, Fri, 7:30AM - 4:30PM. To see the Frequently Asked Questions about the rebuilding process visit

Swimming Pool Guidance

Discharging pool water to storm drains is prohibited. If a pool must be drained because of smoke and ash damage, the Civic Center
Water Treatment Facility may accept the water on a case-by-case basis. Learn more at

Phone and Online Resources New Woolsey Rebuilds Website

Malibu City Hall main phone: 310-456-2489
Malibu City Fire Rebuild webpage: The City launched a separate webpage to bring together all of the
Malibu City Planning Department questions: information related to rebuilding and recovering from the Woolsey
Malibu City Planning Department phone: 310-456-2489, ext. 485 Fire. The new webpage is located at It
Malibu City Building Division questions: includes drop-down menus with sections on Debris Removal,
Rebuilding, Storm Preparation, and Resources.
LA County Woolsey Fire Recovery webpage:
A10 The Malibu Times February 7, 2019


Fire rebuild news

LA Co. Fire Chief Osby succeeded on Jan. If your affected home is in the neigh-
26 in convincing several in the audience at borhood at the foot of Encinal Canyon,
his town hall that he is surrounded by yes Malibu Park, Bonsall Canyon or Escondido
men who constantly tell him everything Canyon, the deficiencies would be repaired
went smoothly and all the resources under by this $110 Million plan which also
his command were constantly and diligent- includes extensive work in Topanga and
ly pursuing all opportunities to assist and East Malibu. This plan, which was shelved
protect the public. Others felt he should be in June 2017, would bring those areas into
nominated for an Academy Award for his compliance with the water supply and flow
portrayal of surprise when members of the requirements.
audience let him know about the numerous Please join me at the next city council
stories of resources “waiting for orders.” meeting on Monday, Feb. 11, at 6:30 p.m.
He also expressed support for private to ask the mayor and city council to sign a
sector strike teams, i.e., insurance company letter to Supervisor Sheila Kuehl requesting
MALIBU DOLPHIN firemen. Too bad the sheriffs and highway
patrol manning the roadblocks didn’t know
that she, in her role as chair of District 29,
reactivate this 2016 Plan. If they complete
CITIZENS OF THE YEAR AWARDS that and were taking orders from CalFire.
Chief Osby gave no hope to those who
the Environmental Impact Report hear-
ings, the plan can be adopted, and the work
Nominations Are Now Being Accepted for the may need a variance from access or fire flow begun. In June 2017, District 29 had accu-
requirements to get approval for a rebuild mulated over $25 million from your water
Annual Malibu Dolphin Citizens of the Year permit, saying they will “work on a case by bills. That number should have grown to
Deadline – February 15th, 2019 case basis” on these applications. $35 million by now. Chief Osby is a lot
I remain convinced that the areas more likely to flex on the access require-
The Dolphin Award is presented to local individuals and organizations who have made outstanding impacted by the Woolsey Fire will be best ments if he knows the water will be there
contributions to improving one or more aspects of Malibu’s community life. served by Waterworks District 29 commit- when they hook up to the hydrants.
Dolphins are a very diverse group. Some Dolphins have accumulated many years of achievement; ting to go forward with the larger water If you know any of the city council mem-
others may have only recently found an important way to serve the community. Some have tanks and/or larger pipes contemplated bers, please talk about the idea between
in the March 2016 draft EIR for the first now and the meeting. Please feel free to
been involved in multiple activities; others have focused on one or two. Some are business phase of the 25-year plan to modernize the contact me directly at 310.505.5006 if you
professionals, politicians or educators, while still others are retirees, retailers, restaurateurs, local water system. have any ideas that might help.
homemakers or students. Their interests are as diverse as they are and range from emergency
action to environmental protection to wildlife rescue to education, literacy, the arts, health and
safety, teen programs ... the list goes on and on.
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letter. You can also view our list of former Dolphins to see if your nominee has already been a
recipient. Nominations can also be sent by email to And, you can
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Malibu, CA 90265.
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(Pictured, from left) Doug Burdge, Russel Hamm, Nick Schaar, Sean
Colburn, Skylar Peak, Cody Setzer, Jackson O’Connor and Roger
Bacon pay tribute by dedicating a steel maple leaf and a cross with a
hammer to carpenter Rick Artes, who was killed by a wrong-way driver
on PCH this past summer.

A tribute to Rick Artes, a car- and thought that was a nice trib-
penter who worked in Malibu for ute for him. He was well, well, well
decades, was unveiled on a power loved—one of the nicest people,
pole along PCH last week. Artes like a lot of Canadians are, nicest
was killed near the spot on the people you’ve ever met, and we’re
highway on Aug. 3, 2018, when a really sad that he’s gone.”
speeding vehicle crossed the cen- Schaar added that the maple
ter divider and crashed head-on leaf part of the design was because
into the truck Artes was driving in Artes was born in Canada.
with his son. A coworker, Malibu architect
Coworkers and friends gath- Doug Burdge, described Artes as
ered to create the tribute—a maple “an incredible guy.”
leaf and a cross with a hammer as “I remember him, even after a
the crossbeam. few years after we did a few jobs
“We cut this out of some big, with him, he’d text me every holi-
thick steel,” longtime friend Nick day and on a birthday, and say,
Schaar described to The Malibu ‘Happy Birthday.’ You know, you
Times. “He was a churchgoing don’t really expect that. It’s just
guy, so there’s the cross part, and Rick just showed what kind of per-
the hammer is so you know that’s son he was and he was a friend to
what he did for a living. He was a heck of a lot of people. And for
a framer, finished carpenter and this accident to happen, it’s just so
exterior finished carpenter. So, tragic. We’ll miss him greatly. He
we kind of just put it all together was a great guy.”
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A14 The Malibu Times February 7, 2019
From page A1
received 3.58 inches of rain over
the course of the week; upper
Decker got 5.75 inches. In total,
rainfall from Tuesday, Jan. 29 to
Tuesday, Feb. 5, amounted to:
Leo Carrillo............. 2.94 inches
Upper Decker ......... 5.75 inches
Malibu Civ Ctr........ 3.58 inches
Mal Cyn Tapia........ 4.79 inches
Camp 8 Las Flores... 3.85 inches
Topanga Cyn........... 5.28 inches
Agoura.................... 4.94 inches
Boney Mtn.............. 5.56 inches
Newbury Pk ........... 4.16 inches
Lake Sherwood........ 4.94 inches
Heavy rainfall resulted in on-
and-off closures of Pacific Coast

Emily Sawicki / TMT

Highway (from Big Rock to Las
Posas), Decker Canyon Road,
Kanan Dume Road, Malibu
Canyon Road, Mulholland
Highway and Topanga Canyon
Road; both Decker Canyon
Road and Mulholland Highway “Residents may return home Above left: The
remained closed at the time but remain vigilant and cautious dam at the end
The Malibu Times went to print of running water and poten- of Paseo Canyon
Tuesday evening. tial for further mud and debris in Malibu West
On Thursday, Feb. 1, light- flows,” an alert from the city breaches on
Saturday, Feb 2.
ning caused beach closures up read.
and down the central and south- “The potential for falling Above: A waterfall
ern California coast, including rocks and mud and debris flow forms from the
cliffside above
evacuations of Zuma Beach and still exists and residents should Pacific Coast
the Santa Monica Pier. maintain good situational aware- Highway, west
The Paseo Canyon area of ness when re-entering the of the Ventura
Malibu West was under man- area,” the city’s notice stated. County line, on
datory evacuation as of noon “Residents returning to evacu- Monday morning.
on Saturday, due to mud and ated areas can expect to see con- Left: Valeria
debris breaching the dam at the tinuous running water at Arizona Purzer and Nina
top of Paseo Canyon Road. The crossings and light mud and rock Hungerland
dam held and, though mud and coverage on portions of roadway. give their friend
Kennan Hotchkiss
water flooded streets in the area, Many canyon and local roads will
a hand, shoveling
water eventually receded with- be slippery, and all motorists are away the mud
out major property damage. The urged to drive cautiously and and debris from
evacuation was lifted just before slowly. Do not attempt to cross in front of his
6 p.m. Saturday. flooded areas and never enter Malibu West home
When the evacuation was lift- moving water.” before another
ed, the City of Malibu provided Many roadways in Malibu storm arrived
on Saturday.
warnings to residents repopulat- r emained submerged into afternoon.
ing the area. Tuesday. Photos by Julie Ellerton / TMT

From page A1
Linda shuttered their restaurant into the new complex called PCH in 1987, and then opened the emotionally crushing three
to attend the trial in Cape Town. Whole Foods and the Park. “He’s Howdy’s in the Country Mart,” years he spent advocating for his
He and Linda, and his ex-wife back: heart and soul, hook, line Kabrins said. When presented only child, Gabriela, the victim
and her husband, lived halfway and sinker. I think this is a very with the opportunity to reopen of a horrific crime. “I want to tell
around the world to advocate for meaningful thing to Howdy and his iconic eatery, his initial reac- the world what really happened in
their only child, Gabriela Kabrins Linda as well as the entire com- tion was, “I don’t think I want to Cape Town,” he explained.
Alban. “That took Howdy out munity. I’m just glad to play a do that, since I’ve been away in Kabrins said he wants to “set
of Malibu because he had to put role in it,” Soboroff told The Cape Town on a personal, chal- the record straight,” calling out
his whole being into getting jus- Malibu Times. lenging journey. the tabloid media coverage of
tice for his daughter. He did that. “I’m here today with this “My wife, Linda said, ‘Howdy, the trial a “mischaracterization”
The world respected that. It was a opportunity because the people you’ve got to. The people of of his daughter. “Most of all I’m
world story.” of Malibu have been so sup- Malibu want to know you’re okay focused on building a legacy for
The new Howdy’s will be portive for so many years since and they’re calling you and they’d my daughter Gaby.”
front and center when you drive I opened the first La Salsa on really like you to show up. You While a civil trial in California
can do this,’” the restaurateur is getting underway, Kabrins is
recalled. “I said, ‘Only if I can get being inundated with offers from
the best location in all of Malibu.’ publishers and producers to tell
We worked hard and voila, here I his story. “I want to do what I can
am to move forward and recreate in my daughter’s name to build
the Howdy’s experience, which back her reputation and my fam-
is great food and the friendliest ily’s reputation. I’ll never be able
place in Malibu. That’s what I to bring her back, but I have to
know how to do.” do everything possible in Gaby’s
People are asking Kabrins name to build a legacy for her and
how he’s doing. for women that have been mur-
“I let them know, yes, I’m dered by their intimate partners.”
OK,” Kabrins shared. “I have to Soboroff said throughout
be. There’s so much more I have the ordeal, he was thinking of
to do.” Not only is Kabrins ready- Howdy, a household name in
ing the new restaurant—he’s also Malibu for thousands of custom-
Judy Abel / TMT fielding proposals from media, ers, neighbors and friends.
Howdy Kabrins at the future Howdy’s site at Whole Foods and the Park Howdy’s, circa 1999 producers and publishers about “I kept in touch with Howdy as
probably hundreds, maybe thou-
sands of his friends in Malibu,”
Soboroff said. “I knew there
would be challenges. I just can’t
imagine the huge financial burden
he went through in not working
and spending on lawyers.”
Soboroff added that Howdy’s
reopening was likely welcome
news for supporters of the con-
tentious formula retail ordinance,
which set about to keep chain
stores and big developments out
$6,200,000 $2,950,000 $1,699,000 of Malibu.
Lovingly restored and beautifully upgraded spacious 5 bed, Completely remodeled contemporary 3 bed, 3 bath home Welcoming 3 bed, 4 bath home, sliding glass doors what the residents wanted of the
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that happen to live in Malibu,”
Soboroff said. The developer

called Howdy “a legend in the
restaurant business” and hinted
the food “won’t be just Mexican
TOPANGA food.”
Whole Foods and the Park
was 87 percent leased as of this
436 S. Topanga Canyon Blvd. week. With 14,000 square feet
IN ESCROW $1,195,000 SOLD! $3,472,500 Topanga, CA 90290 designated for shops and restau-
Beautiful 2 bed, 2 bath home with 1 bed, 1 bath guest
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Impeccably restored “Hacienda-style” 3 bed, 4 bath home
+ studio compound on 9 luscious acres. (310) 455-4363 is only 500 square feet, but will
have a weather-controlled patio.
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the small side for the grocer. The
Whole Foods is expected to open
in April. Howdy’s is anticipating a
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heated pool, ocean view spa, built in BBQ. Open huge decks. Entire top floor is master suite fireplaces. Walking distance to Trancas shopping detached studio with ½ bath. Built in 1956 – more!  Large, secure beachside storage,
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3bd+3ba, and 1+1 gsthse over garage. ready. Close to town.  Walls of glass featuring
Jim Rapf
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$8,790,000  $8,295,000 $7,900,000
Gayle Pritchett Also for lease at $27,500 per month $15,000 mo/unf – long term $5,395,000
Jack Pritchett Jack Pritchett Jack Pritchett

Malibu: Custom 3+4, with ocean & coastline Malibu: Idyllic retreat on 1.3 flat acres with Malibu: Stunning 4+3.5 remodel. Open living Malibu: Stunning 5+4 estate with beautiful Malibu: Private & expansive grounds. Lovingly crafted
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Gourmet kitchen, Idaho quartz floors, Italian Enter through iron gates to spacious motor every room! Large chef’s kitchen, adjoining with a superb blend of stone, wood & iron to the pool & lush yard spaces. Panoramic whitewater
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Family room, formal dining, office. Tranquil 4+3.5 home. Sleek kitchen, park-like built-in projection system, outdoor patio & panoramic views from expansive windows room, fireplace & expansive deck with sunset views.
outdoor areas, covered patios, spa, lily backyard, ocean views. infrared sauna, BBQ. Master with deck. 3-car atch’d garage, & doors welcoming light & natural elegance. Master  has a seamless indoor/outdoor flow, sliders
pone & fruit trees. Gated & fenced, mature detached dual cabanas, outdoor fire pit, 10-car motor court. Short walk to Paradise Landscaped grounds, custom pool & opening to private grounds & beautiful dry sauna.
landscaping, parking for 20 cars. orchard and so much more. Cove beaches. sweeping entrance.  Large pool, huge backyard, mature landscaping. 
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from decks, living room, kitchen & more. Walls of glass framing rolling lawns, trees, fruit BBQ & more. Ocean view pool & spa. Master with oceanfront master suite & 2 bonus rooms. deck with city lights views, open living areas
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$1,299,000 $30,000 mo/year, furnished $24,000 mo/yearly; or $40,000 mo/summer 
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LOCAL & GLOBAL It’s different here.

A16 The Malibu Times February 7, 2019 REAL ESTATE
Malibu Life

People B2-3
Sports B12
Pet Pourri B7
Classified B9-11
The Malibu Times | February 7, 2019

New series asks: What do you BU-lieve?

LA Opera brings its fin-

est to stage this season,
Malibu Seen B2

Jill Greenberg is the sub-

ject of this week’s Face of
Malibu Rebuilds by artist
Johanna Spinks, describ-
ing her experience in the
Woolsey Fire, Malibu
Rebuilds B3

Deepak Ramapriyan

Glenn Close may earn her

Oscar statue this year for
a stunning performance
in “The Wife,” Reviews &
More, B4

Photos courtesy I BUlieve

Ann Kranser Shoshana Kuttner

Husband and wife

ilmed, directed and produced by 21 Nature, is influenced by Western and children and young adults experiencing
Young Malibu thespians Mile Films in Malibu, a new short- Indian cultures. He sings, writes music anxiety, fear and emotional repression.
survived fire and floods team Jules Williams form docuseries is the collaboration
of husband and wife team Jules Williams
and plays the guitar and violin—and is
deeply spiritual. His philosophy is “be
Anna Krasner, a Russian refugee, for-
mer mathematician and world-class artist,
and Alison Pothier
to stage two plays this
weekend, Photos B5 and Alison Pothier—”I BUlieve.” In it, you” in your music. creates paintings, sculptures and ceramics
they so far have documented five Malibu Catherine Malcolm Brickman, a while listening to music. One of her core
hope to inspire residents who have not only accom-
plished extraordinary things, but are able
former chair of the Malibu Cultural
Arts Commission and co-producer of
beliefs is that “the best way to enlighten
the world is to brighten the world.”
others to identify to identify personal core beliefs based on
their life experiences. The couple hopes
two highly successful “Concert on the
Bluffs” events, has been a concert flutist,
William Close created the Earth
Harp—the longest musical instrument
personal core beliefs the docu-series will inspire others to take
the time to look inward and identify their
documentary filmmaker, photographer
and film festival producer, among other
in the world, inspired by the noises
made by the rigging, lanyards and whip-
distilled from life own core beliefs.
“These are people that seem to
things. She believes deeply in the bring-
ing the arts to the people.
ping sails of his family’s sailboat. He
composes music for his instruments and
experiences. champion everyone else but them-
selves,” the couple said—”the unsung
Shoshana Kuttner, actor and founder
of the Young Actors Project, has overseen
plays them around the world.
“We started ‘I BUlieve’ because we
heroes. You don’t have to live in Malibu 50 theatrical productions since 2006. wanted to pass on inspirational stories
By Jimy Tallal
MHS boys basketball Special to the Malibu Times
to get a lot out of their stories.” One of her core beliefs is the power of about people in Malibu, and show how
takes on Nordhoff, Sports Deepak Ramapriyan, who per- acting “as a conduit to healing our emo- their lives define their beliefs,” Pothier
B12 forms and records with his band Robot tional vulnerabilities,” especially for See BUlieve, page B4


The Campa family and the Halston family
Retired couple Rudy and
Alma Campa are beginning
a rebuild; the Halston family
is looking for a rental in town
by this summer.
By Jimy Tallal
Special to The Malibu Times

alibu families struggling
to recover after the
devastating Woolsey
Fire are receiving support from
“Adopt-a-Family,” part of Malibu
The program was the brain-
child of local homemaker and
mom Tahia Hocking. Website
founder Kelly Wirht, a web
designer who grew up in Malibu,
and local Shayna Spreckman
helped make it happen.
lies-in-need to see all the families
listed and donate.
The requirement for a family
Jon E Ringo captured this photo—Malibu West Moon-Scape—on the Saturday before the last full to sign up is that they must have
moon, Jan. 20, from his balcony off Trancas.
lost their home in the Woolsey Courtesy of R. Halston
To submit your Best Shot, send a high resolution (300 dpi) jpeg photo by email to, along with information indicating where Fire. Families are vetted by pro- Rodger Halston rescues horses from a corral and leads them to safety
and when the photo was taken, what the subject is and the photographer’s name. Please indicate in the email subject line: Best Shot submission. See Adopt-a-Family, page B4 down Trancas Canyon Road to Zuma Beach on Nov. 9
B2 The Malibu Times February 7, 2019 PEOPLE
By Kim Devore
Entertainment Editor
Super Bowl scaries

Photo by Scott Tallal

Locals gather at the Malibu Jewish Center & Synagogue to watch last weekend’s Super Bowl game.

T he Malibu Film Society

and Malibu Jewish Center
Men’s Club hosted around 60
people for the first-ever Super
Bowl party. Attendees enjoyed
a number of game day fares—
including hot dogs, buffalo
wings and beer—while watch-
ing the Los Angeles Rams face
off against the New England
Photo courtesy Los Angeles Opera
Marina Costa-Jackson helps opera lovers gear up for something
old and something new in what promises to be a flamboyant
and unforgettable upcoming season.
Tennis for all ages

P lacido Domingo, James Conlon and Christopher

Koelsch join Malibu opera heavyweights Marc and Eva
Stern in unveiling the 2019-20 season, and this one is a
It starts out with a bang and a spectacular production
of the Italian favorite “La Boheme.” The heart-stopping
masterpiece usually earns a ten on the romantic scale. The
Barrie Kosky program introduces Marina Costa-Jackson and
the return of Simir Pirgu. It’s the first new production of
this longtime favorite in years. The emotional story leads
some to shed a tear, but LAO says not to worry: “We will
lower the lights so on one can see you cry.”
Kosky will return later in the season with a whimsi-
cal new take on “The Magic Flute.” That production runs
November to December, but all Seen can say is that if you
are rocking Amadeus, you better do it right. In a 2003
interview, Kosky described his interpretation as “weird and
wonderful.” James Conlon conducts four of the six perfor-
mances while Grant Gershon picks up the remaining two.
They are both excellent leading an orchestra, so either way
you can’t go wrong.
As we creep into 2020, you can check out “Eurydice”
with libretto by Sarah Ruhl singing her heart out to
Matthew Aucoin’s music.
It is followed by the long-awaited return of L.A.’s shin-
ing star Placido Domingo. The seasons just keep getting
better and better. Bravissimi!


M ailbu superstar Kenny G will be “grafting elements of

R&B, pop and Latin to his smooth jazz foundation”
for a Valentine’s weekend concert coming up this month.
Albert-George Schram conducts this swooning spectacular at
the Renee and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall. The sultry
sounds of this long note saxophone sensation will meld with
the Pacific Symphony for a romantic delight, Feb. 15-16.

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a People item?
Send it to editorial by fax at
310.456.8986 or by email to
You can also drop one off at
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located at 3864 Las Flores
Canyon Road.
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faxes please. If you have any

questions, call 310.456.5507,
M artin Parkes and Bret
Kittlesen, Pepperdine
University Crest Associates
respectively, donated ten-
nis rackets and ran drills with
students in the Boys & Girls
In an email to The
Malibu Times, Crest
Associates Executive Director
Pepperdine group “has a mis-
sion of community outreach
and service.”
of fice and student staf f, Club of Malibu on Jan. 22. Heidi Bernard wrote the
ext. 105.
February 7, 2019 The Malibu Times B3

All-star team

Photo courtesy Rebecca Ovsiowitz

AYSO girls U12 All Stars team. Pictured, from left: (front row, kneeling) Stella Alessi and Carmen
Brunel; (middle row) Caidyn Ovsiowitz, Malia Mosshart, Tallula Murphree, Rain Charvet, Sasha
Mendez, Emma Yoffe, Jocelyn Zabaldo, Piper Smith and Maya Deshautelle; (back row) coach
Mark Ovsiowitz

M alibu’s American Youth

Soccer Organization
(AYSO) girls U12 team
Area All Star Invitational
Tournament last month. The
All Stars will now compete at
Championship, which is set to
take place in Bakersfield from
Feb. 23-24.
took first place at the AYSO the AYSO Section 10 All Star

Garden fresh

Face of Malibu Rebuilds: Jill Greenberg

Face of Malibu Rebuilds is a series from artist Johanna Spinks, featuring Malibu residents
and their experiences before, during and after the Woolsey Fire. If you have a fire story you
would like to share with The Malibu Times or a person of note or courage to be sketched
for this series, please contact Spinks at or The Malibu
Times Managing Editor Emily Sawicki at Spinks, a professional
portrait artist and longtime Malibu resident, is donating her time to this series for the
interviews and sketches. You can see more examples of her work at
By Johanna Spinks she know? She’s new here.” Living in comfort right
Special to The Malibu Times (Laughing) There was very lit- now in the rental, it’s a very
tle wind, very little smoke. The restorative place, but I am liv-

J ust days after finally moving

into her “restorative” rental,
after weeks of chaos and heart-
mindset of packing up your
house is a totally schizophrenic
one. One part is, “Pack some
ing with the uncertainty of the
future building process and
worrying it is going to wipe
break, pintsize powerhouse Jill comfortable clothes because us out financially or be finan-
Greenberg is now able to take you are coming back.” The cially impossible, very unset-
a deep breath, relax her slim other says, “Take your favorite tling to say the least. Everyone
shoulders and enjoy the nearby things, just in case—your ear- who knows me knows I had an
ocean breezes while working rings or your favorite dress.” I amazing collection of folk art
Twitter / @MUSESchoolCA on her family’s home rebuild. didn’t take those favorite things. [and] special paintings that my
Jill, a mother of three and a I didn’t blame the firemen; I daughter did. Every item in my

M USE School students in

the Seed to Table pro-
gram used ingredients grown
make pizza last week.
According to the school’s
website, “MUSE has over 100
ed with reclaimed materials.”
One of the hallmarks of
the program is learning to
doctor’s wife, also heads The
Malibu Learning Center for
kids with educational challeng-
didn’t blame Con. Ed. I blamed
myself! That went on for a num-
ber of weeks. I stood in front
house was highly original and
very personal to me. I lost all
those things but that is not my
in the school’s garden to raised garden beds construct- cook food. es. Resilient Jill says the fire will of my jewelry box and cherry greatest pain.
not stop her important work picked instead of taking the
there, even though the center’s whole thing. Brains are imper- Any shining moments?
building was destroyed in the fect things and my brain was The first couple of weeks,
fire along with her home. imperfect that day. You go from my friends and children reach-
a fury of activity, highly charged ing out to me really helped.
What is your back story with up, to nothing and alone. You You don’t know what kindness
Malibu? Tell us a little about are alone in your car. We went is unless you have lost greatly.
your life and old home. to the Palisades, and then stayed The thing that surprised me the
I met my husband Tony with a dear friend in Woodland most is that my baby, Alison (a
in our mutual hometown of Hills for 10 days, which she 33-year-old nurse practitioner)
Detroit, Michigan. After he didn’t expect! We got all our flew here from Buffalo with
proposed to me on a cable immediate information from our her boyfriend for the purpose
car in San Francisco, he said: children from Facebook giving of ‘sifting’ for four days. She
“How about we buy a house us updates every hour almost. ended up staying for six weeks,
in Malibu?” I said: “Great!” At 6 p.m. Saturday my student thinking that I really needed
Sunset Mesa was our first called and said; “My house is her and she could be of use.
home, near the Getty. That’s gone and so is yours.” That was Most of the people I connected
where we raised our three little after a whole day of wondering. with are because my daughter
kids. Then we bought a piece Once that happened, it was such found them at the donation
of property in Malibu Park. disassociation. center, at cafés, online and at
We would visit it twice a year meetings.
Promoting and have picnics. We called it
“Neverland,” as we thought it
What will your rebuild
look like? What is the biggest challenge
young would never happen. It was a The Malibu Lear ning ahead for you?
voices very difficult process to build
a house in Malibu at that time.
Center continues to thrive and
my new house will have a dedi-
Insurance, getting our fair
share. I paid the same insurance
Students at Webster We lived there for 31 years cated space for it. I continue to company, the same two agents,
Elementary School until it burned down. We see students in their homes, at over 40 years. Eight months
share their thoughts built an addition, originally for the hotel and in the library and before the fire we wanted to
on how to make Tony’s parents, that became I’ll work with my students as I make sure we had enough to
the school “better”
through school’s
The Malibu Learning Center. always have. replace our house, and they
Tomorrow Talks It was really quite wonder- My new house is going to assured us in an email we did.
Assembly. ful—a place where kids who are be simple and dramatic: a mod- This has turned out not to be
Here they line up and smart but struggle in school ern farmhouse. Finally, this the case. The biggest challenge
took turns expressing could come. I would identify week, things are moving ahead, is maintaining a positive atti-
ideas while Principal what were the weak underly- but it took a lot of willingness tude and solving problems one
Patrick Miller wrote ing processing skills, sometimes to go through confusion, a lot day at a time. Even if you are
down the ideas.
with the help of a neuropsy- of information and to be flex- confused today, the answer will
chologist if it was a difficult ible in choosing a path. When come.
case. My work is extraordinarily you are making big decisions—
satisfying because I have the about your architect, your Any suggestions or advice
freedom and opportunity to debris removal, contractor, for other displaced fire
help kids become better learn- lawyer—my tendency was to people?
ers. Schools and special edu- attach myself to the first person I wouldn’t give advice
cation cannot do this work as that seemed like they would because it is all so individual in
effectively because they don’t save me, but you have to look terms of each person’s finances
have the resources or mandate. at the information and use your and mindset.
resources. If you are looking for a sil-
What was your direct experi- ver lining, No. 1, you learn a
ence of the Woolsey Fire? What has been the hardest lot of stuff. You know what it
My neighbor, who was the aspect of this experience is like to live in Yemen, Syria or
mother of one of my students, for you? Bosnia. You identify with the
called me with her heavy French A loss of expectation that people of the world who have
accent and said we had bet- your life is going to be as you lost everything. You have a bet-
Twitter / @webstermalibu ter get out. I said, “What does know it. ter understanding of loss.
B4 The Malibu Times February 7, 2019

By Burt Ross From page B1

I miss you, Herman

M y bride and I were
recently looking at a
video of our former home
and its belongings. A friend of
mine suggested, years ago, that
we have a professional take a
detailed video in the unlikely
chance our home burned and,
of course, it did. We kept the
video in a safe deposit box and
made a copy for our insurance
adjuster as soon as we returned
to Malibu after the fire. The Halston kids: Maverick, age seven, a first-grade
student at Juan Cabrillo Elementary School, and
Looking at what we lost was Avalon, 13, an eighth grade student at Malibu
The Campa family: Alma and Rudy Campa in front, daughter Nicole and
bittersweet. It reminded me of son Rick behind Middle School
watching old videos of relatives
long gone. Seeing them alive Herman Herman II
once again would always bring
a smile to my face but also pain, feel- For reasons I still do not under-
ing their loss. stand to this very day, I called the
And so looking at the home we statue “Herman.” I doubt that
so enjoyed, recalling all the family anybody in New Guinea is named
gatherings there, all the memories we Herman, but he looked like a Herman
had in just seven years, I smiled while to me. When my great nephew Gavin
at the same time painfully aware that, was only around two or three, he was
although we can rebuild our home, it quite frightened when he first encoun-
will never contain those same memo- tered Herman. I sat him down and
ries. explained that Herman was a dear
When you lose almost everything friend of mine, and he would never
but the clothes you are wearing, it is hurt anybody. After that explanation,
strange trying to figure out what you Gavin became Herman’s friend also,
miss the most. I am not a particularly and I am sure that Gavin will miss

Malibu Love
materialistic fellow, but watching the Herman just as I do.
video, I was especially conscious of Important postscript: A few days
some of the artwork, much of which ago, after I had written this column,
came from my folks. a package arrived containing a min-
There was one piece I bought iature Herman lookalike made out viding a FEMA claim number, pictures of income situations and worked very hard to left. Every item we acquired over each
myself when I was in my 30s while of clay, by Gavin’s mother Mary and their damaged property and a cross check live happy and peaceful lives at our Malibu of our lifetimes was burned. The steps to
traveling in Australia. It was a life size brother Richard. Accompanying this of addresses with the City of Malibu web- home,” Nicole continued. “My mom is a rebuilding our lives will be challenging
wooden statue of an unclothed male great surprise was the following note site listing damaged/total loss properties. retired physician and my dad is a Korean mentally, physically and emotionally.”
made in New Guinea, and it brought from Gavin’s father Brian: War veteran from East Los Angeles who Rodger, an actor, was one of the last
me much joy. He had bulging eyes, “Dear Joan and Burt, Before The Campa family served in the U.S. Navy. To say it breaks in his neighborhood to evacuate at 1:30
but that was not the feature one Herman’s untimely passing, he want- Rudolph “Rudy” and Alma Suehiro our hearts that my once-retired parents p.m. the day of the fire. On the way to
noticed immediately. He was especial- ed to ensure his legacy by donat- Campa bought their home on Birdview now have to work hard to rebuild their PCH, he noticed three horses left in a
ly well endowed, and I hung it on a ing to a sperm bank. As you know, Avenue on Point Dume in 1983 and home is an understatement.” corral down a canyon, and got them
wall facing the entrance to our home. he was the essence of reproductive raised their two children, Rick and After the fire, the Campas found out to safety at Zuma Beach, then helped
Whenever anybody entered, it was masculinity! With the help of sur- Nicole, there. Rudy is now in his late they were underinsured for rebuilding a hysterical woman sitting in her car
hard not to notice the statue and his rogates Mary and Richard, he has 80s and Alma is in her 70s. purposes. Their daughter says they’re in a gated driveway because the gate
good fortune. People would ask me spawned an offspring—Herman II. About two months after the couple’s now “looking for any type of support to wouldn’t open.
about the statue, and I would invari- We hope he can keep you protected home burned down on Nov. 9, daugh- help rebuild their home in a timely, cost The Halston family is staying in
ably tell them that it was a portrait of and nostalgic about the irreplaceable ter Nicole wrote, “They’ve already expe- effective, permit- allowing fashion that Venice for now, with Rodger driving the
me from the waist down. original!” rienced medical situations due to the will get them back on their feet for their children back and forth to Malibu schools
stress of the fire and we’re worried for last phase of life.” every day. He hopes to find something to
what stressful things might come along rent in Malibu this summer.
with the rebuild process. To have this The Halston family “You don’t really think about all the
REVIEWS & MORE happen to anyone is a tragedy, but for The Halston family—dad Rodger, things it takes to furnish a house,” he
By Diane Pershing people like my parents who are elderly, daughter Avalon, 13 and son Maverick, said. “It’s completely overwhelming.
it’s just plain awful. We kids are helping 7—evacuated their rental home on My loss was complete because I’d let my
as much as we can to alleviate any sort Anacapa View Drive in one vehicle and renter’s insurance expire.”

Getting their due

of stress so they can just grieve without the clothes on their backs. “We need a home, furniture, cloth-
having to deal with the logistical bur- “To say this is devastating is an under- ing, an automobile, counseling and all
den, but it’s never easy. statement,” Roger said. “My children other life resources to rebuild our home
The movie itself has its origins in Meg “Both my parents grew up in low- are wrecked. We literally have nothing and life,” he wrote.
Wolitzer’s 2003 novel, and its literary
roots show too much, which is why it’s
not a great film. But worth seeing, for BUlieve
sure, because it’s Close at her very best.
From page B1
“Spider-Man: Into the Spider-
Verse” has been open for a while but I said in a phone interview.
just got a chance to catch up to it this “It’s definitely a challenge for anybody to say what
past week and I was wowed by it. Even you believe in,” Williams added. “We asked them to
if you’re not a comic books fan, or not condense their life experiences down to one or two state-
a “Spiderman” films fan, there will be ments. Few people spend the time to decide what they
something for you in this unique, cre- really believe in. It’s a community story about Malibu,
ative, even daring cartoon adventure. but it’s also everybody’s story.”
It is all about the existence of many dif- “So much of the way we define ourselves comes from
“The Wife,” 2018, Glenn Close ferent Spidermans, a multiracial, multi- external things that we buy into,” Pothier explained.
creature bunch of them, all being put “But we’re looking for actual self-awareness that turns

J anuary and February are consid-

ered the “dump months” for movie
releases: the ones the studios don’t
to work to battle evil. The voiceover
work is terrific, and visually it is a sen-
sation: We can never forget the film’s
into self-actualization.”
Although the “I BUlieve” project started before the
Malibu fires, Williams and Pothier believe it is now even
expect to garner great reviews or box origins as huge comic book pages are more relevant.
office proceeds. Also, by the time the utilized, then turned, brilliant flashes “The fire took Malibu out of what was going on
Oscar race starts later in the year, these of color light up the screen, all kinds of Catherine Malcolm Brickman in the world and brought us into a bubble,” Alison
won’t have a chance to be remembered, great effects come at us. I recommend observed. “Neighbors have gotten closer. People can
unless there is a PR push for them. With it highly. now ponder what they feel and what they’ve learned
that in mind, I thought I’d take this col- TNT has a new series called “I Am from the fire.”
umn to present a pot pourri of thoughts The Night” that debuted last week, “Malibu is now going through a redefinition of its
about certain movies I didn’t get to and while I found some of it filled with identity,” the couple said. “We need this project now
review and a new TV show. overwrought acting and clichéd dia- more than ever—these inspirational stories ... to help
First of all, regarding the upcoming logue, Chris Pine as a messed up war Malibu’s rebuilding.”
Oscars: Let me say that the fact that vet, a cocaine-addict-headed-for-sui- “There’s a lot of creativity in Malibu, and now a lot
the Mr. Rogers documentary, “Won’t cide, made me know I’d be setting my of pain and anger,” Williams explained. “Maybe the
You Be My Neighbor?” did NOT DVR to watch the series. Pine is that beauty and creativity that can come out of the fire will
make the final list of contenders is sim- rare truly handsome actor who can not inspire the community to go back to a ‘life cycle’ instead
ply a crime. The good news is that it only act but whose comedic timing is of a death cycle.”
begins streaming on HBO on Feb. 9. delicious. In this story (set in 1965) Williams and Pothier hope to expand their con-
And I feel the same about “A Quiet of a bi-racial teenager looking for her tent at some point by “asking people to send in their
Place,” John Krasinski’s masterpiece of family, an out-of-work reporter and own one-minute and 30-second video clips.” They feel
unseen horror in a future world. There what seems to be a respected doctor that “anything that stimulates a person to take stock
is one nomination, for sound editing, who’s into some dark and kinky she- of themselves amid all the daily distractions of life” is a
when Krasinski’s direction and Emily nanigans, there is the possibility of fun Deepak Ramapriyan good thing.”
Blunt’s acting were certainly superior goings-on down the road. People should ask themselves, “What’s close to my
to some on the finalist list. Was the Opening this week at one theater, heart? What makes me tick?” Jules said.
fact that it opened in April a handicap? Laemmle’s Glendale, is a small film The couple describes “I BUlieve” as a passion proj-
Okay, complaining over. called “The Isle.” Set in the mid-19th ect—a legacy on which to build and champion Malibu—
This does seem to be Glenn Close’s century, it’s a tale of a shipwreck off the and hope to set it up as a nonprofit organization.
year for best actress and well deserved coast of Scotland that leaves four survi- At the point when there are enough episodes of
for her performance in “The Wife.” vors stranded on a mist-enclosed island. inspiring Malibu people, the couple will transform it
As her husband, Jonathan Pryce is also What follows is part horror, part ghost/ into a documentary format, incorporating film footage
superb, but it’s her film all the way. witch story and is intended to keep us that includes the fire.
The performance is all about subtext: on the edge of our seats. However, even Williams is a director/filmmaker, drone cinematog-
Photos courtesy I BUlieve

numerous close-ups that reveal what though the film has been honored by rapher, writer and intuitive coach. He did 35 episodes of
she, as the long-suffering wife of a the London Independent Film Festival, the UK talk show “Living the Life,” various documenta-
famous writer, is not saying. Amazing and even though it’s quite successful in ries and wrote “The Weigh Forward.”
stuff, really. As I write this she is the creating an eerie atmosphere, I found Pothier is a filmmaker, cinematographer, transforma-
winner of best actress in most of the myself mostly unimpressed. In fact, it tional/ executive coach, writer and intuitive practitioner
contests so far this year. In my opinion, felt like a predictable B movie from the featured in the “Choice Point” film. Previously a COO
only Olivia Colman in “The Favourite” 1950s, albeit with much better special in investment banking, she also established Inside Out
could beat her for an Academy Award. effects. Shoshana Kuttner Retreats and edits “Magic Glasses” novels.
February 7, 2019 The Malibu Times B5

The show must go on

Above: Flora
Case portrays
Meg Murry,
the feisty
in “A
Wrinkle in

Photos by Devon Meyers / TMT

Right: Riley
Blackburn as
the magical
spirit Mrs.

Nicholas Ortiz portrays the villain Red Eyes.

T wo youth theater produc-

tions—“A Wrinkle in Time”
(above) and “Spring Awakening”
Project production), “very special
shows for our community during
the recovery proces,” according to
(below)—were set to go up at the director Shoshana Kuttner.
end of 2018, but the Woolsey Fire “We decided to continue with
put a stop to theater in Malibu for the productions that were planned
months. for last December, so that the chil-
Finally, after battling fire, power dren can have a sense of completion
outages, rain, flood and mudslides, and build their confidence back
both shows appeared on stage last up,” Kuttner shared in an email
weekend. with The Malibu Times.
Both Malibu High School and “Spring Awakening,” the
the Malibu Playhouse survived the Malibu High School fall musical,
firestorm that came through Malibu was set to premiere Nov. 15, scarce-
on Nov. 9, and the following days ly a week after the fire tore through
when many more buildings burned, Malibu, threatening Malibu High
despite both being in the direct line School and destroying the homes of
of fire. dozens of students.
“A Wrinkle in Time,” a pro- Set to run last weekend, the
duction of local nonprofit Young musical (rated PG 14 for explicit
Actors Project, appeared on stage content and language) only ran for
at the Malibu Playhouse over the one show due to danger from mud-
weekend and featured talented slides and flooding.
young actors ages five to 13. Many
Above: Meg Murry (Flora Case) is instructed to travel to of the actors in the production lost “Spring Awakening” will be staged
another planet by Mrs. Who (Riley Blackburn). homes in the fire, making the pro- for one more performance this
duction, as well as “Once Upon a upcoming weekend, Sunday, Feb. 10,
Right: Reghan Marlow lifts up Mason Alger during the
celebratory curtain call. Grapevine” (another Young Actors at 5 p.m.

Photos by Devon Meyers / TMT

Pictured, from left: Milo Sposato, Davis Kerbeck, William Hammond, Layne Jacobsen and Johnny Sheridan in “Spring Awakening.” Layne Jacobsen Johnny Sheridan

Far Left: (Pictured, from

left) Johnny Sheridan,
Nina Gonzalez and William
Left: (Clockwise, from center
front) Lola Weber, Claire Anit,
Ava Ray and Gina Marcellino
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and to the public, as a courtesy to those not present at the sale. If you wish THE END OF FIVE YEARS FROM THE DATE ON WHICH IT WAS FILED
812 N. Edinburgh Ave. Unit 2 The Court orders that all persons interested in this matter appear before this
to learn whether your sale date has been postponed, and, if applicable, IN THE OFFICE OF THE COUNTY CLERK, EXCEPT, AS PROVIDED IN
Los Angeles, CA 90046, Managing Mem Los Angeles court at the hearing indicated below to show cause, if any, why the petition
the rescheduled time and date for the sale of this property, you may call or SUBDIVISION (b) OF SECTION 17920, WHERE IT EXPIRES 40 DAYS
2. Mailing Address is different for change of name should not be granted. Any person objecting to the
visit the Internet Web site, using the file number assigned to this case 16- AFTER ANY CHANGE IN THE FACTS SET FORTH IN THE STATEMENT
812 N. Edinburgh Ave. Unit 2 name changes described above must file a written objection that includes
004629. Information about postponements that are very short in duration PURSUANT TO SECTION 17913 OTHER THAN A CHANGE IN THE RES-
Los Angeles, CA 90046 the reasons for the objection at least two court days before the matter is
or that occur close in time to the scheduled sale may not immediately be IDENCE ADDRESS OF A REGISTERED OWNER. A NEW FICTITIOUS
Registered Owner(s): scheduled to be heard and must appear at the hearing to show cause why
reflected in the telephone information or on the Internet Web site. The best BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT MUST BE FILED BEFORE THE EXPIRA-
1. Superposition Design LLC. the petition should not be granted. If no written objection is timely filed, the
way to verify postponement information is to attend the scheduled sale. TION.
812 N. Edinburgh Ave. Unit 2 court may grant the petition without a hearing. Notice of Hearing: 800-758-8052 or Aztec Foreclosure Corporation THE FILING OF THIS STATEMENT DOES NOT OF ITSELF AUTHORIZE
Los Angeles, CA 90046 Date: 2/22/19 Time: 8:30am, Dept.: R, Room: 215
This business is conducted by a Limited Liability Company. The registrant The address of the court is:
has not commenced to transact business under the fictitious business Santa Monica Courthouse
sistant Vice President Aztec Foreclosure Corporation, 3636 N. Central Ave., COMMON LAW (SEE SECTION 14411 ET SEQ., BUSINESS AND PRO-
name or names listed above. I declare that all information in this statement 1725 Main Street
Suite #400, Phoenix, AZ 85012 Phone: (877) 257-0717 or (602) 638-5700; FESSIONS CODE).
is true and correct. (A registrant who declares as true information which he Santa Monica, CA 90401
fax: (602) 638-5748 NPP0347397 To: MALIBU Publish in The Malibu Times 2/7, 2/14, 2/21, 2/28/19.
or she knows to be false is guilty of a crime). Signed, Superposition Design A copy of this Order to Show Cause shall be published at least once each
LLC., Benjamin Phillips, CEO. This statement was filed with the County TIMES 01/31/2019, 02/07/2019, 02/14/2019 week for four successive weeks prior to the date set for hearing on the peti-
Clerk of Los Angeles County on 1/24/19. tion in the following newspaper of general circulation, printed in this county
NOTICE – IN ACCORDANCE WITH SUBDIVISION (a) OF SECTION 17920, (specify newspaper): The Malibu Times
2019 020566
VISION (b) OF SECTION 17920, WHERE IT EXPIRES 40 DAYS AFTER 1. Buffalo Technical Developments
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This business is conducted by a Limited Liability Company. The registrant

in Malibu
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CODE). Publish in The Malibu Times 2/7, 2/14, 2/21, 2/28/19. name or names listed above. I declare that all information in this statement
is true and correct. (A registrant who declares as true information which he
knew your address? or she knows to be false is guilty of a crime). Signed, Buffalo Real Estate
LLC, Marshall A. Rockwell, Managing Member. This statement was filed
with the County Clerk of Los Angeles County on 1/24/19.
(310) 456-5507 FESSIONS CODE).
Publish in The Malibu Times 2/7, 2/14, 2/21, 2/28/19.

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Apollo came to the care center as a stray from the Woolsey fire and no Transferred from an overcrowded care center, Kelly, while not smiling Formerly labeled as feral because she adjusted poorly to the care Lounging in the Habikat is 3 year old Reggi. She is friendly, enjoys
one came to claim him. He seemingly had a good home because he for the camera, keeps her tail wagging. She engages nicely with center environment, the specialized cat team of volunteers have spending time with visitors and the company of other cats. She is litter
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B12 The Malibu Times February 7, 2019 SPORTS

at home
T he Malibu High
School Sharks boys
basketball team took
home a win against
Nordhoff High School
on Thursday, Jan. 28.
The Sharks
redeemed themselves
after registering a loss
against the Nordhoff
Rangers earlier in the
The boys hoops
squad went on to beat
Fillmore in a game two
days later, on Jan. 30.

To the bitter end Looking back with Robert Radnoti

Sharks girls water polo ends The longtime Waves coach Idaho coach Richard Kampman got
season filled with canceled is retiring at close of track Tongco broke her own sick, Radnoti led the team for
practices and few home season. school record in the 60-meter the rest of the 2006 season.
hurdles for the second con- Kampman retired at the end
contests. By McKenzie Jackson secutive meet. The Washington of the campaign, and Radnoti
By McKenzie Jackson Special to The Malibu Times native ran the event in 8.96 was hired as the Waves track

Special to The Malibu Times n his time as a track and seconds in the preliminaries and cross country team’s head
field and cross country before finishing third overall in coach. He brought men’s track

he Malibu High girls coach, Robert Radnoti the finals. Tongco ran the race back to Pepperdine in 2008
water polo team start- has seen runaway victories and 9.21 seconds at the Waves first and, eight years later, fielded a
ed the 2018-19 cam- Photo courtesy Rachael Spivack blazing times. meet of the season, the Jan. women’s indoor track team.
paign in winning form. The Members of the Malibu girls water polo team smile after receiving The Pepperdine Waves 18-19 Martin Luther King Jr. During Radnoti’s tenure,
Sharks posted a 3-2 record in gifts from the Marymount girls water polo team. Marymount coach of 14 seasons said last Invitational in New Mexico. six cross country runners have
the Mistletoe Tournament in donated clothes, gift cards and other useful items to Malibu fire week he is expecting the mem- That time surpassed the school been named to the All-West
Ventura and were swimming victims on the squad. bers of Pepperdine’s men’s and record she set during her fresh- Coast Conference first team
toward piling up even more a routine,” the 17-year-old said. Fire, said a touching moment women’s track squads to run man year. and athletes have earned WCC
victories this season. Gorak’s coach said the for her happened during some fleet-footed times during Tongco also finished sec- All-Academic honors 91 times
“We were rolling,” Malibu Sharks lost at least 50 percent the Dolphin Tournament at the 2019 season, and through ond in the 60-meter dash at the and WCC Commissioner’s
head coach Hayden Goldberg of their practice time due to the Palisades High, the first event two meets the running Waves Idaho meet. Her time of 7.89 Honor Roll status 254 times.
said. damage caused by the Woolsey the Sharks competed in after haven’t disappointed. was less then two-tenths off the The coach is proud of the
Then, the Woolsey Fire Fire, strong winds blowing ash the Woolsey Fire. The host Three Pepperdine athletes Pepperdine record. fact that the cross country and
ignited on Nov. 8. The blaze and smoot into the pool, and team gave Gorak and the other set individual records for the Meck broke the team track athletes have performed
damaged or destroyed hun- rainy weather. Malibu players who had lost university’s women’s indoor record in the 5,000-meter with well in the classroom and after
dreds of houses and structures “We would go practice for their homes in the wildfire a gift track team last weekend at a a time of 18:58.29. She fin- graduation gone onto success-
in Malibu and upended the two days then we couldn’t be bag of shirts, school materials, meet in Idaho, and one hurdler ished 13th in the mile with a ful careers.
lives of many in the community, there, so we weren’t able to gift cards and other items. set a Wave record last month at time of 5:22.09, about two sec- “It’s been wonderful to be
including members of the high practice for a week,” Goldberg Gorak said playing water a competition in New Mexico. onds off her own Waves record. a part of that,” he said.
school water polo team. The said. “Then, we would have polo with her teammates this Radnoti said the Waves Holenstein’s time of 2:23.95 Pepperdine Athletic
families of five Sharks lost their a game. It was a very big chal- season was a good outlet. are in the midst of an amazing in the 800-meter placed her Director Dr. Steve Potts wished
homes to the wildfire, which lenge.” “I love the water polo sea- season. “Every single record in eighth place and beat out a Radnoti great success in the
also damaged the squad’s pool The coach said the canceled son,” she said. “It’s something is going to be broken,” said three-year-old school record in future.
to a point that it was unusable practices caused the Sharks to I look forward to. I love the Radnoti. “That is my goal. the race. “He has shown an extraor-
for most of the three-month miss training in shooting the team.” That is the team’s goal. Every Additionally, juniors Cori dinary level of commitment
season, so the Sharks only had ball, learning plays and swim- Goldberg focused on being single one is achievable.” Persinger and Grace Palmer, to, and an uncommon sense
three home games and never ming to stay in shape. positive with the team despite In between the record- Meck and freshman Riley of caring for, all his student-
had a consistent practice sched- The Sharks went winless in the adversity they were facing. setting r uns, Radnoti, Wright set a Waves record in athletes,” Potts said in a press
ule or place to practice. two tournaments after starting “I’ve got some strong girls Pepperdine’s head coach the distance medley relay with release.
Goldberg said the season, their season in winning fashion. because no matter they stayed since the 2006-07 season, a time of 12:54.87. Pepperdine will partici-
which ended last week, was a However, they had a few victo- tough through everything,” announced he is retiring from Radnoti said he is proud of pate in the Husky Invitational
challenge. ries, including a 15-1 win over he said. “This was a crisis that coaching to work full time with all the Waves. in Washington on Friday and
“The girls just didn’t get Nordoff and 15-2 win over Cate happened and at the end of the Liv., a lifestyle company that “This was a really good Saturday. The squad will com-
enough practice in to reach during the stream of losses that day the girls that went through aids people in accomplishing meet for us,” he said, according pete in the UC Santa Barbara/
their highest potential, but loaded the back portion of the it are going to be stronger than bucket list travel experiences. to a Waves press release, “with Westmount meet in Santa
they always went in with a 100 season. anyone I have ever coached.” The former collegiate four school records. This was a Barbara on Feb. 16. Then,
percent effort,” he said. “They There were other bright The squad’s seniors got runner at the University of good meet for us with compa- there are 12 more meets before
gave 100 percent. I am super moments as well. somewhat frustrated because Colorado and CIF-winning rable competition.” the Waves’ season closes at the
thankful because it would have Senior Adina Berg said this was their final year of high running coach has worked with Radnoti, a Las Vegas native, Occidental Invitational on May
been easy to give up. I’m very their first game in the Malibu school water polo. One of them, Liv. in a part-time role since the has been in the running world 4 in Los Angeles.
proud of these girls.” pool, a Dec. 20 matchup Lauren Maichoss, noted that beginning of January but feels a long time. After running in Radnoti said his final sea-
Because of the wildfire, against eventual Tri-Valley the team’s members did display the time for him to sprint into college and graduating, he took son coaching is about love and
Malibu couldn’t practice from League champion Villanova a lot of love toward each other an expanded role with the com- a job as a chemical engineer respect.
mid-November to mid-Decem- Prep, was one. Although the though. pany is approaching. Radnoti, for Exxon Mobil in the early “I’m going to go out and
ber. The Sharks were able to Sharks lost the game in over- “We defiantly showed team also a life coach, said creating 1980s. He started a corporate have fun and make sure the
practice in their home waters time by one point, Berg said strength,” she said. “When we memorable travel experiences track team while working for team has fun,” he said. “A few
at times afterward but trained the contest showed how well had practice, everyone was there for customers is something he the company that competed of our record holders have
more at Pepperdine University her team could play. consistently.” will enjoy. in events like the Corporate returned this season and they
or Agoura High when those “It felt good because even Gorak added, “We are all “Truthfully, it’s some- Cup Relays. Then in 1998, are stronger and faster.”
pools were available. though we didn’t have practices really good friends outside of the thing I have always done in my he was hired as the running Radnoti said Pepperdine’s
However, the squad was we were still keeping up with a pool. Friendship motivated us to coaching, Radnoti said. “It’s coach at Thousand Oaks High running programs are on the
never able to get the right team that was undefeated in the go to practice and go to games something I pride myself on. School after reading about the upswing and hopes that it con-
amount of practice needed, league,” she said. even though had little practice Creating incredible experiences job opening in a newspaper. tinues under whoever the next
said senior Katie Gorak. Gorak, whose house was time.” for our athletes. It’s like this Radnoti left Exxon to coach, coach will be. He said his new
“We weren’t able to get into destroyed during the Woolsey Goldberg said the lack of company was built for me.” but still worked as a consultant job is too good of an opportu-
practice stopped the Sharks from Waves sophomore sprinter for another oil company. nity to pass up but noted that
reaching their full potential. and hurdler Caila Tongco, Radnoti coached at deciding to leave the Waves was
MHS Varsity Sports Schedule Maichoss said if Malibu was sophomore distance runner Thousand Oaks for eight years a tough decision because of his
Saturday, Feb. 9 Tuesday, Feb. 12 able to practice more the group Abbey Meck and junior sprint- and won a state title in 2005 love for the athletes.
Baseball @ home vs. Simi Valley, Baseball @ Moorpark vs. would have had a lot more wins er and hurdler Tayla Holenstein before being hired as an assis- “I get to coach the great-
11 a.m. Moorpark, 3 p.m. than losses. all had record performances at tant coach for Pepperdine’s est athletes,” Radnoti said. “I
Softball @ Viewpoint vs. “I think we would have won the Feb. 1-2 Jackson’s/Nike women’s track team. When am their coach and mentor for
Viewpoint, 3:30 p.m. league and qualified for CIF,” Boise Indoor Invitational in the first-year team’s head life.”
she said.