Photo by Zach Le This election is certainly stressful for many of us, and it should be accompanied by a playlist tailored specifically to the situation. That’s why we made you an Election Day playlist to get you through these last few hours. Some of the highlights include “You Can’t Always Get What You Want” […]
Laureen Sills is running for city council on a self-described grassroots campaign, but will it sway voters?
Photo Courtesy of the City of Malibu As a lifelong resident of Malibu, to some it might seem natural that Skylar Peak would get involved in the city’s local government. For Peak, this wasn’t always part of his life’s trajectory. His family came to Malibu in the 1950s, when it was one of the more […]
Photo Courtesy of Jennifer deNicola Sporting a white shirt that reads “Team Jennifer” in blue with five stars in red across the bottom, Jennifer deNicola, a seven-year Malibu resident, is running for one of three seats on Malibu’s City Council. A businesswoman, president of an advocate organization, mother of two children and two dogs, deNicola […]
Photo Courtesy of Team Malibu 2016 Jefferson “Zuma Jay” Wagner has worn many hats during his 46 years living in Malibu, including that of an LA County Deputy Sheriff, a Ralph Lauren model, a small business owner and a Malibu City Council Member, but perhaps the most interesting part of the man with a motto […]
Photo Courtesy of Team Malibu 2016 Rick Mullen, a 30-year veteran of the armed forces and a 26-year resident of Malibu, is running for Malibu City Council this year. “People with the resume of Rick Mullen don’t run for city council. They run for Congress, they run for Senate,” said Chris Garcia, the campaign manager […]
Photo Courtesy of Carl Randall “Don’t complain unless you’re willing to work to makes things better. If there’s a problem, fix it.” This is the family motto that Carl Randall, a second-generation Malibu resident running for Malibu City Council. Instead of complaining, one should get involved and fix the problem, Randall said. Information regarding Randall […]
Graphic by Nate Barton When this article is published, there will still be several days left until the election. But soon, (Tuesday to be exact) the day will arrive where the United States will finally determine who will sit on the Iron Throne — I mean, in the Oval Office. Excuse the Freudian slip, but […]
The Effect of this Presidential Election on Ethnic Minorities
Prescription Drugs, Ammunition, the Death Penalty, Marijuana and Bilingual School Programs —California looks to make some big changes.