Lily Castro, owner of Lily’s Malibu — perhaps most famous for their mouthwatering breakfast burritos — is the main draw at her Point Dume restaurant.
The powerful duo behind Tacos 1986 has opened their second permanent location, bringing a whirlwind of energy to the west side.
Basta, a new Italian restaurant in Agoura Hills, brings the flavors of the ‘Bel Paese’ to California.
Campus Recreation took students to Yosemite National Park for this semester’s first overnight outing.
The Fine Arts Division’s Theatre Department brought Jane Austen’s characters onstage in their most recent production “Miss Bennet: Christmas at Pemberley.”
A group of 15 students, all members of Pepperdine’s IGNITE Club, has set out for Utah to attend Sundance 2020 for an opportunity to get unparalleled exposure to the best the film industry has to offer.
Some work better to the crow of the early bird, others to the hoot of the night owl. India native Jaibir Nihal Singh fights against the stigma surrounding night owls in America.
The Malibu Film Society brings the community together to watch movies, meet artists and appreciate the beauty of storytelling through film.
Prominent restauranteur Nicolas Fanucci’s Nicolas Eatery opened its doors in September, offering an elegant-yet-simple fare in a bright and airy setting.
Senior Mackenzie Mazen saw one too many vehicles illicitly parked in accessible parking spots and decided to speak out on behalf of the disabled community on campus.