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Table of Contents

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LETTER FROM THE CEO

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WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN ARCHITECTS & INTERIOR DESIGNERS?

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THE GREEN BUILDING MOVEMENT IN LOS ANGELES

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REFLECTIONS ON A JOURNALISTIC JOURNEY IN MALIBU

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BE DARING AND CONNECT WITH YOUR TRUE SELF

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LETTER FROM THE CHAIRPERSON

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SOLI IN MALIBU DESIGNING FOR THE FUTURE

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HOME REBUILDING RECOMMENDATIONS

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CREATING AN ART RENAISSANCE IN MALIBU

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IS AGING REALLY AN ILLNESS?

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LIVE LIFE FREE

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COMMUNITY PHONE NUMBERS

SURF MALIBU

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BUSINESS DIRECTORY

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WHAT IS A DESIGN CONCEPT AND WHY DOES IT MATTER?

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#SHOPMALIBU

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GAUNA CAPTURING MALIBU'S MAJESTY

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MORNINGS IN MALIBU

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WHAT DID YOU LEARN TODAY?

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BRAVING THE NEW WORLD OF CLOUD BUSINESS


Advertiser Index 99 High Tide.............................................................. 51 Agoura Sash & Door...............................................102 Air 7............................................................................ 72 All Coast Construction........................................... 36 Anawalt Hardware.................................................... 18 AVA American Viticultural.................................... 37 Bonnie Lee Books.................................................... 39 Bu Brands, LLC......................................................... 56 Bungalow, Ltd............................................................ 21 Cavalleri Malibu..........................................................7 Chabad Malibu......................................................... 62 Choux Choux LA....................................................... 50 City of Malibu.......................................................... 33 Clif Jones Painting Company...................................5 Continuity Care Home Nurses........................63, 68 Covid-Smart............................................................. 50 Crop Circle Gallery.................................................. 77 Dawn R Burrati, DPM Inc...................................16, 92 Dennis Gibbens Architects.................................... 31 Ellen Francisco Malibu Properties........................ 31 Environmental Tree Care, Inc................................ 25 Gan Malibu................................................................ 62 Gates Security......................................................... 96 Homebound.............................................................. 28 Homes & Land of Malibu to Beverly Hills........... 94 Howdy's...................................................................... 75 Inspired Closets....................................................... 22 International Protective Service.......................... 52 KBUU Radio – 99.1.................................................... 95 Law Office of Ian Roven.......................................... 78 Lucian Hood Architect........................................... 23 Mala Apothecary..................................................... 56 Malibu Country Mart.......................................... 6, 97 Malibu General Contractors, Inc....................22, 84 MALIBU GIVES......................................................... 58 Malibu Library.......................................................... 48 Malibu Lumber Yard............................................... 47 Malibu Market and Design...................................107 Malibu Resource Group......................................... 23 Malibu Underground Utlilites............................... 30 Malibu Urgent Care................................................ 87 Malibu Village...................................................... 2, 97

Marmol Radnizer...................................................... 31 Mosser Plumbing, Inc............................................. 30 MSB Disaster Recovery Services......................... 85 My Best Self Coach................................................. 56 New Theme, Inc........................................................ 84 Pacific Sanitation, Inc............................................. 30 Paradise Cove Beach Cafe....................................... 3 Pepperdine............................................................... 46 Pepperdine Basketball........................................... 67 Plant Prefab + LivingHomes.................................. 93 Prism Permits........................................................... 93 Rene Williams, Farmers Insurance....................... 88 RLB Architecture..................................................... 23 ROLF Method of Malibu........................................ 59 Santa Monica College............................................40 Schmitz & Associates............................................. 37 Shop Malibu Map.................................................. 104 Signature Estate and Investment Advisors....... 53 Skin by Tina Hulett.................................................. 60 SoCalGas................................................................... 43 Sorenity Rocks Malibu..........................................108 Sun Fire Defense....................................................103 Sustainable Underground, Inc.............................. 32 The Business Agency.............................................. 73 The Donut Shop....................................................... 49 The Park at Cross Creek........................................106 The Ranch Malibu..............................................55, 86 Topanga Lumber and Hardware........................... 34 Trancas Country Market....................................4, 97 Universal Waste Systems, Inc............................... 36 Vintage Grocers......................................................105 Wavegaurd................................................................ 35 Willhouse Creative.................................................102 Williams Homes........................................................ 17

Advertorial Index Houck Construction............................................ 30 New Theme, Inc.................................................... 29 SOLi........................................................................ 24 Zuma Wellness..................................................... 59 Design & Consulting:

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Dear Malibu, LETTER FROM THE CEO

Barbara Bruderlin The name Malibu kind of rolls off the tongue while making you grin. It evokes a certain freedom and commitment to the earth. It revels in fostering old-fashioned community values to help others at home and around the world, while supporting the arts and education. And it does it with lots and lots of style. And the style goes on all around Malibu. Against the pristine backdrop of the beaches and mountains are our clothing stylists, hairdressers, architects & builders, artists, surfers, yoga practitioners, and artisans - and chefs creating gastronomy that wafts us to second helpings. Malibu is style by all five senses - and on foot too. We are seeing a true walking destination at Cross Creek, with our iconic centers, and it’s growing! The new Park at Cross Creek is blossoming. The skate park is looking great so far! And in 2022, we will see the La Paz Ranch shopping center and Santa Monica College – Malibu campus! We will have more convenience, more places to stroll, see more friends, and make long-lasting memories. 10 « THE GUIDE

To help you stay in touch, we hope you enjoy having our coffee table directory “Malibu, The Guide” with our local businesses and hope this guide is a focal point to support our own and shop locally. #ShopMalibu

our local artists recover from the Woolsey Fire losses with grants, so that they will be able to prepare for the 2021 Malibu Arts Festival. We are grateful to grantors who made this a reality. (Read about it on page 44).

I am extremely grateful this year for an amazing Board of Directors who supported the Chamber wholeheartedly during a difficult couple of years - from the Woolsey Fire, through the COVID-19 pandemic - so that the Chamber in turn could support local business and the community. They have all committed to a common vision of inclusion and we welcome helping all Malibu businesses in every way.

We are very proud to extend our #Shop Malibu campaign which, with the support of five local shopping centers and local magazines and advertising agencies worked diligently all year to bring visitors to Malibu and to support commerce in the aftermath of the fire. (Read all about it on page 26).

The Malibu Chamber is dedicated to supporting Malibu’s historic example as a leader that cares and compliments the health of humanity and the earth, and we appreciate the City of Malibu’s efforts to become greener and lead the way as the first plastic straw-free, plastic-utensil-free, and poison-free city! The Malibu Chamber is committed to supporting the arts in Malibu and is helping

Now we have other battles, keeping our family, friends and neighbors safe, and we are working on programs to support local businesses with COVID education programs, so that clients can feel safe and comfortable. Malibu stands behind our citizens of every race and we are dedicated to lifting everyone to their highest potential. We will persevere, and we will do it with our inimitable Malibu spark. With great blessings for the health and well being of everyone in 2020, – Barbara Bruderlin


LETTER FROM THE CHAIRPERSON

Ian Roven It is my honor and privilege to announce this is the 71st anniversary of the Malibu Chamber of Commerce! I am looking forward to humbly serve as the Chamber Chairperson for the community I have called home since growing up in Malibu West. I thank all those who came before me to help lay the foundation for the betterment that is to come, and wish a warm welcome to all current and existing members of the Malibu Community and the diverse board of directors who have been working diligently to re-imagine our vision of Malibu. I grew up in Malibu West and journeyed through Juan Cabrillo Elementary and Malibu High School. I am grateful that my Malibu education, through its lessons in maturity, humanity, and scholarship through service to the community, helped shape the person I am today. As a young professional in Malibu, I delivered pizzas from D’Amores, served as your barista at Starbucks Trancas, tutored at the Boys and Girls Club Malibu, worked as a local Realtor, and finally, I founded my law firm in the center of town, next to City Hall. These experiences allowed me to

develop a multifaceted understanding of the challenges that both business owners and employees endure day after day. Several years ago, after meeting with the invaluable CEO of the Malibu Chamber of Commerce, Barbara Bruderlin, I immediately knew how I could best serve my home; I needed to become more involved with the Chamber and bring the tools I have gained with me to support the community that has become the foundation for my professional career. The Chamber’s goal is to be the ultimate advocate for all Malibu businesses through the support and commitment of its members, volunteers and committees. We are truly blessed to have an active Board of Directors filled with leaders, who are business owners, educators, and citizens who realize that we all share in the responsibility of creating economic success and happiness within our community. As a native of Malibu and fellow small business owner, I have the honor and privilege of working with the people who serve Malibu; people I trust, people I grew up around and people who

understand the significance of prioritizing the foundation upon which Malibu functions and survives. Local business is the heart of Malibu. As chairperson, I promise to listen and advocate in order to be the support we need going forward. Malibu Businesses were rattled by the Woolsey Fire and now, unfortunately, the COVID-19 Pandemic. Without the constant support of the Malibu community, the future of our local retail stores is dire. Change is needed. Let’s support our business owners and #shopmalibu. Let this Guide serve as your reference for commerce and business referrals. Thank you to all the remarkable businesses, individuals and organizations that contributed to the production of The Guide!

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Malibu Chamber of COmmerce 2020 Board of Directors

Barbara Bruderlin

PRESIDENT & CEO Malibu Chamber of Commerce

Ian Roven, Esq.

CHAIRPERSON Attorney, Law Office of Ian Roven

Lenise Soren IMMEDIATE PAST CHAIR Sorenity Rocks & Malibu GIVES

Maris Somerville DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC RELATIONS Somerville Associates Public Relations

Liza Auciello DIRECTOR My Best Self Coach

Christian Bredefeld TREASURER Attorney, Accountant and Registered Financial Manager, Goleh Law, Bredefeld and Associates

Jun Heng DIRECTOR OF BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT Law Office of Ian Roven

Shari Davis DIRECTOR Co-director, Public Policy Institute, Project Manager, Special Projects, Adjunct Professor, Political Science, Santa Monica College

Paul Grisanti DIRECTOR OF GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS Broker/Realtor Pinnacle Real Estate

Chris Wizner DIRECTOR OF BRANDING & MARKETING Vivid Candi

Richard Eldridge DIRECTOR Director of Government & Regulatory Affairs Pepperdine University

Danielle Dutcher

CHAIR PRO TEM, DIRECTOR OF AMBASSADORS AND EVENTS Broker/Partner & Notary Public 4 Malibu Real Estate

Howard A. Lim DIRECTOR Motivational Speaker and Business Consultant HOW Creative

Heidi Bernard PAST CHAIR & HONORARY BOARD MEMBER Executive Director, Crest Associates Pepperdine University

Jennifer Morgan, M.A., OTR/L DIRECTOR Morgan Occupational & Speech Therapy

Beth Mohiuddin HONORARY BOARD MEMBER Owner, Travel Director Swiss Malibu Travel

Kathy Eldon HONORARY BOARD MEMBER Creative Revolutionary Creative Visions The Dan Eldon Center for Creative Activism

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WHAT IS A DESIGN CONCEPT AND WHY DOES IT MATTER? BY KATE SVOBODA-SPANBECK, AIA, NCARD, CID

In addition to practicing architecture and interior design, I also teach. This is great for my practice because there’s nothing like having to explain something to someone to get you to really understand it. One thing that students sometimes have a hard time grasping is the design concept. Generally speaking, a design concept is the idea that drives the design of the building or space. Each aspect 14 « THE GUIDE

of the design – relationship to the surrounding area, space planning, material characteristics, furnishings, etc. – should support the concept. What constitutes a good concept, however, is a subject of debate. As often happens, people generally think that their idea is the right one. These ideas often range from commodity-based (e.g. "inexpensive and appealing to the greatest number of potential buyers") to diagrammatic (e.g. a "courtyard building") to thematic/symbolic (e.g. a (not actually) "Tuscan villa".) My theory is that these are

really design criteria, and that the most important kind of design concept is what a building means.

HOW CAN A BUILDING HAVE MEANING? If somebody asks you what the Wizard of Oz is about, you could say that it's about a young girl, some witches, and a tornado. You could say it’s about a dream. You could also say that it's about finding your inner resources. That is what the story means. Having a concept to drive the design is like writing an essay in support of a thesis, rather than just as an accumulation of thoughts.


After reading it, we understand something that we might not have understood before. When inhabiting a building, we learn something too.

MEANING IS NATURAL We are programmed to look for meaning. We see faces in clouds, messages in horoscopes, and patterns in statistical data. Some of these phenomena are more accurate, i.e. more meaningful, than others, but, we look for the meaning in any case. Because we do this, everything we make becomes a metaphor. That itchy sweater is your grandmother’s love. Beyond just information about our surroundings, we also particularly look for evidence of our own meaning. We look to see our effect on our surroundings (e.g. work) and our effect on other people (e.g. love.) With a building, as with everything else that we make, we look for these same kinds of meaning: messages to us about the world, and about ourselves. So, if you design a building without paying attention to the messages it sends, who knows what it might end up saying? Of course, like any metaphor, people will get similar, but not identical, messages from a building, because our life experiences differ. Interpretation is natural.

IS A DESIGN CONCEPT A SYMBOL? Near the end of the story, Dorothy’s companions are given symbols of the faculties they have been looking for (a degree instead of a brain, etc.) never having realized that they had them all along. Symbolism can be a useful tool when we need a way of efficiently conveying information. A stop sign is much more useful than having someone stand on the street corner yelling, "Stop!" at everyone driving by. In design, however, symbolism can be a crutch, both for the designer and for the beholder, because it can feel like it absolves us of the duty to look carefully or to otherwise be engaged in the experience. In the hands of an unskilled designer, you may not get the goods, and the symbol may be all there is. Beyond that, the concept doesn’t need to be represented figuratively in the design, and probably shouldn’t be. If the concept is an apple, it is not the case that someone looking at the place needs to say, "Oh, look – it’s like an apple." Nor should there be apples in the design because apples don’t have little apples everywhere.

because it is how we really learn. Dorothy needs to make the journey in order to find what is in her own back yard. Shortcuts, like symbols, can come later.

IS A STYLE A DESIGN CONCEPT? Styles are symbolic – to some degree at their origins and certainly in revival form. At their origins, styles generally arise partly from building technologies and often also from some larger concept. Any symbolism usually derives from the concept. Gothic arches made you look up as though to Heaven, and their buttressed structures were designed to achieve height, as well as a visual lightness – the opposite of gravity – again referencing something above. CONTINUED ON PAGE 16 »

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The rectilinearity and uniformity of the parts of early Modern buildings, and the fact that they did not conform to the traditional shapes, said that we were using machines now and didn’t have to represent the old hierarchies any more. Revival styles reference the original styles and, by implication, some idea about the culture that generated them. In revival, these buildings are often more complicated in order to incorporate more of the perceived ‘marks’ of the style. Our need to perceive these marks causes styles to go in and out of vogue. We learn to ignore information when it becomes prevalent in the environment, and things need to be a little bit new for them to pique our interest.

IF YOU AREN’T RELYING ON STYLE, HOW DO YOU KNOW WHAT A BUILDING IS SAYING?

It can be easier to ‘read’ buildings that are unique, or which are among the earliest versions of their type, because the style, if any develops, is present in its raw form, when the need was most present and the idea first arose. The Eiffel Tower says, "Just look at what we can do now! Here is what it takes to achieve great height." The Salk Institute says, "Here we are in the natural world, which has an order that we can consider, and so we spend our lives devoted to its study." The Pyramids say, "Solid. Enduring. Important."

DOES IT MATTER WHETHER A SPACE PROCEEDS FROM A DESIGN CONCEPT?

"Huh? What?" If you are sitting in a restaurant and there is someone talking loudly on their phone at the next table, it will eventually start to grate on you. The environment that you create for yourself, whether to work in or to live in, is probably your biggest investment and has long-term effects on your life. So, if your space isn’t speaking to you clearly and about something that matters, or if it isn’t telling you something good, it’s a problem – because it’s going to be talking to you forever.

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What’s the Difference between Architects & Interior Designers? BY CURT BLACKBURN, CID, OWNER BUNGLOW LTD. When designing a new custom home or renovating an existing home, this topic tends to surface to the top – and for good reason. Homeowners want to make sure their project is built or remodeled as efficiently as possible, and that means assembling the right design/build team from the very beginning. As an interior designer, I greatly value both of these professions and hold each in high esteem. However, I’ve also witnessed friction when competing professionals aren’t clear about steps/tasks that overlap within a project, which is often the case! You may have had a previous positive experience where everything worked out for you. If so, great. For those of you who haven’t undertaken a custom home building or remodeling project, I’d like to shed some light on this topic and offer you advice that will help you avoid major pitfalls. Over my years in business, it’s undoubtedly true that the best project outcomes are the ones where the architect,

designer(s) and home builder have excellent synergy, a great sense of collaboration, respect everyone’s roles and complement one another’s area of expertise.

SIMILARITIES BETWEEN ARCHITECTS AND INTERIOR DESIGNERS Let’s start with the similarities between these two fields. Experienced architects and interior designers (not the same as interior “decorators”) are qualified to create / design spaces that solve problems for homeowners. The primary way they do this is through spatial design and planning. The architecture and design fields are considered both an art and a science. The spaces these pros create need to be structurally safe and sound, functional and aesthetically pleasing. There are many technical aspects of design that both disciplines are required to understand thoroughly and properly address in their plans.

GENERALLY SPEAKING, ARCHITECTS:

» Design the whole structure of a home (its exterior and interior structure) » Include electrical and plumbing requirements in each plan » Focus on the home’s exterior design elements, and also its interior architecture, trim, millwork and ceiling finishes » In certain cases, select the tile, flooring and lighting (fixtures and placement)

GENERALLY SPEAKING, INTERIOR DESIGNERS:

» Design the look/style of a home’s interiors (usually all rooms) » Include a lighting plan for each room » Design backsplashes, choose all tile, flooring and lighting (fixtures and placement) » Focus on selecting interior materials, finishes, hardware, furnishings, textiles, drapery/ window treatments, paint color, wallpaper and accents

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DIFFERENCES BETWEEN ARCHITECTS AND INTERIOR DESIGNERS In theory, architects and interior designers are highly trained professionals with comprehensive knowledge of architectural principles. Historically speaking, these two groups study different disciplines. Architecture is a highly regulated field. Above anything else, architects must design homes that are safe for the occupants. Because architects work with the main structure of a home, they are authorized to make changes to it. Interior Designers are allowed to change the parts of a home that do not interfere with its actual structure. What I outlined above are not hard and fast "rules." There are hundreds of particulars here that I can delve into in future blog posts. I’ve worked with talented architects who take it as far as completing the entire home’s interiors (anything that “remains” within the home when it’s sold, such as tile, flooring, cabinetry, custom build-outs and accents). Conversely, I’ve had to gut rooms and designed spaces with beautiful architectural detailing that were not designed to facilitate a genuine lifestyle. As you can tell, there are boundaries between the two, yet a little blurring in the middle where skills cross over. What it really boils down to is that your skilled general contractor should be the 20 « THE GUIDE

captain steering this ship. Be cautious when interviewing and choosing a contractor for any job, and be sure to ask him several questions about how he manages the design and building process. Some architects like to pick finishes all the time, and some interior designers prefer handling the space plan completely (a dilemma more common than you might assume). I’ve seen this issue cause problems. This is where the train can derail unless your experienced contractor is clear from the beginning. You, the homeowner, will benefit from hiring a home builder / remodeler who can oversee this process to ensure that there is minimal overlap. When working with us, clients know I have this issue covered so they can avoid the explosive land mine of "dueling design professionals."

ARCHITECTS AND INTERIOR DESIGNERS TYPICALLY: » Have cross-over skills, namely space-planning

» Are up-to-date with a state’s building codes and regulations

» Have specialties they bring to the design/build team

» Can draw from past projects / experiences to make suggestions » Are creative and artistic individuals

» Ask a multitude of questions to gain an understanding of your lifestyle (how you live and the activities you do in your home), design likes/

dislikes, the "look" you’re seeking, your needs and wants

» Will present ideas that you haven’t thought of before

» Recommend incorporating innovative, cutting-edge products into your home » Take continuing education courses to stay current

» Attend trade shows and meet with manufacturers’ reps to learn about new products and services on the market » Will closely examine materials, finishes, furnishings and cabinetry to make sure they are the right fit for the client and for the home itself

WHO TO HIRE FIRST? Your general contractor should be hired first, if possible, or at least be brought on board before any design and planning decisions have gone too far. Your contractor should make it crystal clear who is responsible for what, and step in and redirect the ship when needed. If you don’t have someone leading your construction project, it can turn into a BIG disaster. In addition, your general contractor should make sure that each professional of your design/build team is held accountable for his/her work and is always keeping the same end goal in mind: ensuring that your project is successful on both a functional and aesthetic level. With everyone working together toward a clear vision in mind, solutions will be achieved in an efficient way.


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Soli in Malibu Designing for the future BY MICHAEL BEDNER, MOHAAN P. JOSHI AND KATHY ELDON

"I’m excited to say that we have a solution that would help Malibu residents impacted by the fires," says Michael Bedner, who has lived in the city since the mid 60’s. Following the fires, Bedner, who had spent fifty years as the founder and principal of the world’s largest hospitality design firm, Hirsh Bedner Associates (HBA), was ready for a new challenge. "We believe that SOLi is an appropriate solution for a temporary home, studio space, home office, pop-up shop, yoga studio, or any situation 24 « THE GUIDE

when you need extra living or working space." So what’s SOLi? It’s an environmentally correct, solar and wind-powered factorybuilt Park Model Recreational Vehicle (PMRV) that you can easily deploy anywhere-anytime. Offering a safe and comfortable environment, SOLi can operate off-grid or be hooked up to existing water, power and waste systems. The City of Malibu now issues permits to install temporary housing on properties for up to four years while building and reconstruction is underway, and an extra benefit is that SOLi arrives move-in ready, eliminating any noise or pollution due to building activity. It also optimizes

water, energy and other resources normally required with traditional techniques. Available in two models (20 and 40-foot), SOLi provides a sustainable, healthy, durable and exciting alternative to RV’s as well as traditional building. Bedner explains that Malibu campground or trailer park operators can use SOLi 20 as a Hospitality unit for guests to enjoy an immersive experience – with no foundations required just a connection to existing utilities. SOLi 20 is certified as a Park Model Recreational Vehicle (PMRV). This means total freedom in its deployment and usage. You can transport SOLi


via sea, rail, air or road and place it anywhere PMRVs are permitted. Relocate, adjust or combine SOLii 20 as your needs change. "In addition to optional solar and wind power with battery backup, you can connect SOLi to a hydrogenpowered energy system" says Bedner’s partner, Mohan Joshi. SOLi is meant to be a Global Solution for hospitality and habitation. Ecologically sound and fabricated using sustainable materials, SOLi 20 comes equipped with a kitchenette, full bathroom, work nook, queen-size Murphy bed and an expansive outdoor deck. It sleeps two comfortably, and it’s breezy and light thanks to its full wall opening of dual-

glazed windows and doors. The sexy solar sail roof provides protection from the elements and is able to withstand hurricane force winds. The unit is designed for seismic, fire and flood considerations. With its high-end fixtures and features, effortless delivery and deployment, SOLi is in a class of its own. SOLi 40 (SOLi Habitat) will be a state certified, ecologically

sound, factory-built modular building that will also serve as an ADU with a full kitchen, living room, bathroom, powder room, with ample storage and expansive outdoor decks. Bedner is eager to get the word out about SOLi. "If we can help make life easier for even one of our Malibu friends and neighbors, our work will have been worthwhile."

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#ShopMalibu A HISTORIC RESURGENCE CAMPAIGN POST WOOLSEY FIRE BY THE #SHOPMALIBU TEAM

In 2019, the Malibu Chamber of Commerce conducted a survey of local businesses. 83% of them reported a 50% or greater loss that they expected to last for the next one to two years. After the Woolsey Fire of November 2018, Malibu’s economy dropped to a record low. Sara Tabidzadah, marketing director of the iconic Malibu Country Mart, had a brilliant idea and quickly contacted Diane Dreyer, Marketing Director of the Malibu Lumber Yard. 26 « THE GUIDE

"Why not pool resources and create a coordinated campaign sponsored by all of the local shopping centers?" Diane contacted the Malibu Chamber of Commerce and the team put together a plan. This campaign brought together the City’s five top competing shopping centers for the first time in Malibu’s history. Chris Wizner of Vivid Candi, who is Director of Marketing for the Malibu Chamber of Commerce, thought it was a terrific idea and immediately committed to the project. Without hesitation, 805 Living, Malibu Magazine, Somerville P.R. and Vivid Candi formed a full spectrum marketing campaign

led by Chris. The effort was supported by five amazing shopping centers – Malibu Country Mart, Malibu Lumber Yard, Trancas Country Market, Point Dume Village, and one that was not even yet open – The Park at Cross Creek and Whole Foods Market. Vivid Candi, a top Malibu digital tech agency, agreed to champion a historic campaign: #ShopMalibu, using the Malibu Chamber of Commerce to manage the campaign and assist in the City’s revival. The centers made a commitment to help the entire Malibu community in a massive group effort to reach out to surrounding communities and


let them know that Malibu was open for business and its commerce was not impeded by the fire. Lynne Andujar, Editor-inChief and Publisher of 805 Living, came to the table in the aftermath of the fire with a robust package giving the participating shopping centers exposure to the magazine’s vast audience in Malibu and neighboring 818 and 805 communities. In addition to full-page ads in its print and digital editions, provided at a massive discount, 805 Living created a special "Visit Malibu” directory on its website and supported the campaign with dedicated e-blasts in "The Insider" e-newsletter, on social media, and with ongoing organic editorial support. Further, Malibu Magazine immediately stepped in and offered its full support. Chris Wizner and Barbara Bruderlin, CEO of the Malibu Chamber of Commerce, the #ShopMalibu campaign began as a large group meeting with every major shopping center owner and marketing director. This meeting, held in March of 2019, was a historic moment in Malibu's history because never before had five competing shopping centers gathered in one room, working in concert for the good of all of Malibu. #ShopMalibu is no ordinary campaign. Its strategy has been holistic and fierce,

spearheaded by full-page ads in 805 Living Magazine and Malibu Magazine, local influencer collaborations, Instagram postings, photo shoots, press releases, blog posts, and even viral videos.

"The essence of #ShopMalibu is to let the world know that we were up and running after the Woolsey Fire, attracting tourists and residents of neighboring cities to enjoy all the beauty, natural backdrop, fun and lifestyle options that Malibu offers," Bruderlin said. "Now that we are healing, the campaign encourages locals of Malibu to support each other by turning to their own community when looking for where to eat, drink, shop, stay and play." Chris Wizner created a Facebook page, "Malibu Locals," for furthering that purpose and everyone in Malibu is invited to join the Facebook group. The #ShopMalibu campaign successfully counteracted the media’s depiction of Malibu as fire-ravaged, an impression that harmed area businesses in the short term. The campaign has successfully communicated that Malibu is open for business and remains the iconic 21 miles of coastal beauty in the greater Los Angeles area. Although there is no solid data available to specify the effect of this effort, clearly, Malibu had a robust number of visitors this past Summer and continues to thrive. The campaign has truly been a valiant and heroic contribution and Malibu Chamber of Commerce is grateful for and proud of everyone involved. Bravo! Cheers to the future; it's bright in Malibu. THE GUIDE · 27


ARCHITECTURAL TASTEMAKERS, ‘NEW THEME’, PIONEERED THE GREEN BUILDING MOVEMENT IN LOS ANGELES.

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he Los Angeles Times wrote of their Greenberg house, “The project attracted notice from Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa’s ‘green team’. According to Krista Kline, the former team leader who now runs green projects for the L.A. Housing Department. ‘This project was groundbreaking. They started prior to the city having a green building code, and it was very nice for us to look at this project and see where we should focus our efforts, such as with solar and gray-water ordinances.’ Now New Theme is bringing that expertise to Malibu, tackling this region’s pressing need for innovative fire-zone building and design. Founded in 2005 by Beth Holden, and furniture and production designer Wolfgang Melian, New Theme Inc is a sustainable architecture and design firm that has created custom residential, commercial, and restaurant projects throughout Los Angeles. A year ago, when their projects expanded into the Malibu area, they found a stunning ranch in the Malibu wine country, relocated from Hollywood, and fell in love with the natural beauty and landscape.

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Finding the ranch was the perfect opportunity for the couple to shift away from their urban lifestyle. The first hand experience of the devastating Woolsey Fire on their community has given them a far greater opportunity—to creatively confront and solve the urgent need for sustainable fire-zone building. They have a shop onsite , manufacture and fabricate their own furniture. Beth Holden holds a Bachelors of Architecture from SCI-Arc, and a Masters in Architecture from UCLA, holding a California Contractors License. Wolfgang Melian is a professionally trained production designer, furniture designer, and master carpenter. Together they are influenced by modernist ideals, and are fluent in both design and construction which gives them the ability to work for a wide variety of clients.

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Remembering Our Gorgeous Vineyards… WI T H O UR HELP THE VINEYARD S WIL L BLOOM AGA I N Many of Malibu’s stunningly beautiful vineyards were devastated by the Woolsey Fire Acres and acres of vineyards burned, homes were destroyed and lives were affected. However, Malibu’s vintners vow to rebuild and look forward to the re-budding in time. The Malibu Chamber of Commerce stands in support of our Malibu Coast American Viticultural Area (AVA) and the Chamber looks forward to collaborating with the AVA and others to raise funds and assist the vintners in reestablishing their vineyards.

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Gauna Capturing Malibu's Majesty BY BARBARA BURKE

"I have a passion for art. It's happening all around us all the time. My greatest joy is capturing its beauty." – CARLOS GAUNA Malibu’s magical Milky Way hovers over Leo Carrillo Beach late on Summer evenings and Carlos Gauna, a local photographer, and his wife, Andi, position themselves to capture its majesty. A late Summer sunset ushers in their experience as our local planet acquiesces and nature’s nocturnal celestial visions slowly emerge. A photographer’s dream – one of the world’s most excellent subjects lay before them – the vast Pacific, a lifeguard tower serving as a perfect frame, rugged rocks, an occasional sea gull lazily gliding by, and, compliments of serendipity, a beautiful setting sun all coalesce to provide for an excellent shot. Gauna is a self-described techno-geek who loves utilizing digital accoutrements and online sources to help him determine when and where to shoot. "Check sunsetwx.com for the latest information about 38 « THE GUIDE

the quality of the sunset," he said. "Another good resource is sunsurveyor.com." Photography is inherently a function of flexibility and adapting to changing conditions. Quickly responding to fluid circumstances is the name of the game, Gauna notes. Perhaps he acquired his ability to pivot and react to changing conditions when, as a young photographer in Oklahoma, he spent his free time storm chasing. There are many factors that play into whether one can capture an excellent image. Gauna discussed all the variables, noting that the Blue Hour is an excellent time to deliberate, plan and position oneself and his equipment in order to gain the best opportunity to memorialize a moment depicting Mother Nature’s glory by capturing images of the Milky Way.

Light • Exposure • Angle Composition • Sheer luck The Gaunas are a team and they photograph in some of nature’s most remote, pristine locations. Their hallmark subject is the Northern Lights – they are simply obsessed with the Northern Lights - and


some of their images have been featured in Astronomy Now and on sites sponsored by The European Space Agency. "Iceland is our favorite place to photograph and we hope to go to Greenland to shoot next, that is, before the President sells it," Gauna quipped. "We've photographed the northern lights in Alaska, Canada, and Iceland."

something I wish more people would realize." As he spoke, Jupiter obliged and emerged overhead while Saturn entered stage left, coyly competing for the celestial spotlight and the Milky Way’s glorious core began to glow.

Here in Malibu, Gauna captures images of sunsets, sweeping panoramic vistas, and the night sky. "I love that we can enjoy the night sky in Malibu," Gauna said. "We can see stars, and more importantly, we can see the Milky Way during the summer. That's

Beckoning below was a cavernous sea cave, just waiting to host an experiential piece de resistance. Making his way down the stairs and clamoring over rocks and

revetments, Gauna entered a gorgeous, hollow cave that afforded a picturesque frame to capture the night sky, all the while precariously perching his equipment within the jagged rock walls while the surf pounded just feet away. Whether capturing the super bloom when last Spring’s rains brought forth a world of color, taking stunning images of Malibu’s coast, or taking one-of-a-kind pictures of a couple in love saying their wedding vows on a local beach, Carlos Gauna adds beauty and brightness to Malibu. You can see one of his images of the super bloom on the cover of this Chamber of Commerce guide.

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Reflections on a Journalistic Journey

In Malibu

Leaving Montana’s amber waves of grain for majestic Malibu, I soon was entrenched in researching and writing local articles as a

By Barbara Burke

Developing a beat in - and getting into a rhythmic beat with - a community takes time. One must develop trust in a respectful way. This town is many things, but most of all it is just that – a town. A town where millions visit, that’s true. A town where captains of industry, media moguls and Instagram influencers add to the flavor of Malibu, that’s also true. However, what is most true, as those who are most influential in this town would be the first to tell you, is that luminaries don’t entirely define this town. Indeed, they do not wish to do so. As a journalist, I immediately became intrigued with this town’s soul and essence and, dispensing with all preconceived notions, assumptions and presumptions, I set out to try as best I could to cover Malibu, with the help of nurturing locals and a lot of resolve. What does define this community, in part, is that its citizens possess a rare mixture of grit, grace and gravitas,

newspaper reporter and magazine writer.

of resilience, resolve and resoluteness, of serendipity and serenity, merged with respect for our environment and for one another’s creative energies. Those standards and attributes nurture and inform our thought leaders and our creative souls who aim to steadfastly hold strong and keep Malibu a rather small community. We do so, not so much because we are insular, but instead because we strive to be insightful and plan for future generations to be able to enjoy Malibu. Those who care deeply about this place know that it is a gorgeous gem that is blessed with luscious landscape, majestic mountains and the panoramic Pacific, whose name helps to define Malibu’s essence of peace and whose rhythmic surf sets a tempo of calmness, beauty and dignity that underlies the ethos of this town. If Malibu is to remain the precious gem we know, it cannot be inundated with hi-rises, upscale resorts and endless malls and retail centers. We know our town and

our vision for its future is that it remains a small community that values its wide open spaces as well as its local shops and restaurants. Malibu is a treasure and should be thoroughly enjoyed by all locals as well as those who visit. The locals advise visitors to see – really see this town. Put your cameras and cell phones down. Walk the beaches for each one is special, unique and wonderful. Shop in the local shops in our small retail centers because the large chain stores are everywhere in malls and cities across this country – you can see them anywhere, but they do not define Malibu. Eat at the local eateries, as they are special and unique to this very special community. Malibu is blessed with luscious landscape, majestic mountains and the serene sea. Go up into its canyons, hike and enjoy the unique trails and overlooks. Drive slowly here – watch out for bicyclists and crazy drivers CONTINUED ON PAGE 42 »

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and for our children and pets – because this is indeed, a small town where families live and, although its main street, the Pacific Coast Highway, is a nightmare with its hectic traffic, only steps away, children play near their homes. Environmental issues are front and center for local journalists, who have the privilege and honor to cover the efforts of formidable local advocates who just will not give up until they win, like the force behind Poison Free Malibu, Kian Schulman, who has persevered in her battle to make Malibu and area communities pesticide free and Patt Healy, who steadfastly advocates for slow growth and tries to help thwart ridgeside development, just to name a couple of our marvelous Malibu matriarchs who make a difference. Those surfers off First Point and at all our beaches are often front and center in environmental advocacy. Malibu’s Sea Save Foundation and American Tortoise Rescue are two of 42 « THE GUIDE

the many environmental organizations with roots in our community and with impactful footprints worldwide. I often write about arts, music and culture. Many who are unfamiliar with Malibu might find it surprising that it is hard for the local artists to find a public place to hang their works. The commercial rents are exorbitant and available space is limited. Hence, there is a paucity of galleries. Many would find it surprising that there are no museum spaces in this community, although there was talk in past years of having a surf museum. However, that doesn’t mean the arts don’t thrive. Rather, it merely means that often, our artists create, our composers compose and our musicians perform privately against the backdrop of Malibu’s serenity. I had not been a journalist in Malibu for more than a few years when some of the most intense, emotional and distressing events happened. On November 7, 2018, Alaina Housley, 18, a Pepperdine

freshman, was senselessly killed in the mass shooting at the Borderline Bar & Grill in Thousand Oaks. Less than 48 hours later, a community reeling from that harrowing loss, succumbed to the rages of the Woolsey Fire. Embedded in the Red Cross Emergency Shelter for eleven days, I covered an emotional meeting at Taft High School on November 11, where, as the fire still raged and, for many, communications were entirely unavailable, community leaders and fire officials tried to give physically and emotionally drained, traumatized citizens some information - any information - about their ravaged town. People couldn't get in to check their properties and animals, some still struggled to reach loved ones and the trauma seemed endless. Congressman Ted Lieu visited the Red Cross Center, listening to a distressed Dr. Paul Jhin who could not reach his wife at their home in Malibu - we did not know if she was injured,


alive or okay. A whole group of strangers thrust together by disaster waited and hoped. Efforts were made to reach her and finally, one local who stayed behind walked to the Jhin home and found her. Lady Gaga visited the Red Cross Center, giving gift cards to those huddling there and, endearingly, holding hands with and singing to a very elderly lady on oxygen. Citizens of the Palisades and other nearby towns gave, and gave and gave. Local restaurants fed us and somehow, people managed to cope. People who had lost everything - their homes, their cars, their valuables, their world. People of wealth who couldn't get a hotel room close by mingled with homeless people who had been pulled off beaches as the fire raged to the sea. Firemen from areas as far away as Nevada and Arizona came into the Red Cross Center each day to give daily briefings, struggling to get a handle on the fire and to become knowledgeable about the various canyons and neighborhoods - doing their best to give desperate and terrified people updates about Malibu, their homes and animals. People were on edge. People were panicked. Nevertheless, people were, amazingly, at their best. People were giving, caring, sharing and daring - daring to try to plan for tomorrow, just one tomorrow at a time. People were resilient and resolved and together, they managed to pull through.

It was in all my years the best manifestation of the old adage, “What doesn't kill you makes you stronger.” On November 9, 2018, this small community was mercilessly made even smaller when the Woolsey Fire ravaged parts of Malibu. Rebuilding, re-setting, reviving, all are our laudable and concrete aspirations. However, the process of accomplishing those goals is tenuous and timeconsuming. Nature bats last, one scientist once quipped during an interview and, indeed, as Malibu redefines itself after the conflagration, its courageous residents – many of whom have borne burdens caused by prior fires and floods – well know how assiduously we must labor

to rebuild this community. We are doing so, with due regard of the standards that sets this community apart from many others. Malibu’s rugged individualists will build a stronger, even more resilient community and we will keep our focus on preserving its small town feel. We will resist over-development and ostentatiousness. We will persevere in their vision of preserving the fragile environment in this Mediterranean clime and we will carry on. In a word, we will keep this beautiful place the Malibu we have fought so hard to preserve.

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Creating an Art Renaissance in Malibu Rebuilding Malibu Together BY BARBARA BURKE

Malibu Arts Festival has been an icon of Malibu for nearly 50 years. But the struggle to find a new location for the iconic event paled next to the challenges faced by many of the creative artists in Malibu. Some lost their homes, their studios – even their entire art collections. Others lost art supplies, film, video, production equipment and historic collections. Many feel that they lost their very artistic identity. Seeing a significant need to assist artists facing such turmoil, The Malibu Foundation contacted the Malibu Chamber of Commerce to coordinate an effort to identify artists in need, which turned into an eight-month long process, as many artists who were severely affected by the fire had been displaced. Ultimately, more than 60 artists responded to the Malibu Chambers outreach. After months of resourcing, Community Career Development, Inc. at Los Angeles Valley College, the Malibu Foundation and Barbra Streisand provided generous funding - all spearheaded by the Los Angeles Regional Long Term Recovery Group (LTRG), a united effort of national and international nonprofit organizations that formed 44 « THE GUIDE

immediately after the Woolsey Fire. After hearing the pleas of Barbara Bruderlin, CEO of the Malibu Chamber of Commerce, as she explained the many unmet needs of victims of the Woolsey Fire, Carlene Gepner, the LTRG representative for Community Career Development, Inc. spoke up, "I can help with that!" Community Career Development’s initial grant funded the first round of artists to be able to purchase art supplies through Graphaids, a family owned local art supply store that is graciously offering artists a 40% discount on much-needed supplies for these grantees. However, the program goes beyond just a grant - as artists are interviewed regularly to assess what other needs they

may have. "For example, some artists may need help with a new computer to maximize their success," Barbara Bruderlin explained, noting that Regus Malibu Vista has generously donated space for ongoing artist interviews throughout 2020. The Malibu Foundation and Malibu’s Barbra Streisand also stepped in with generous grants to add more artists to the program. "It’s a great opportunity to be able to help the artists with new supplies so that they can create and exhibit again," Streisand said. "Imagine how devastating it is to lose an entire collection, a lifetime of work." These two new grants are being implemented under the umbrella of Creative Visions, a Malibu-based non-profit organization that supports


creative activism globally. "We are especially pleased to be able to support our local artists who are transforming the pain of loss into a powerful force for good," explained Kathy Eldon, founder of Creative Visions and the Dan Eldon Center of Creative Activism. Eldon is also an Honorary Board Member of the Malibu Chamber of Commerce As 2020 launches, local artists’ spirits and creations have been generating wonderful artistic creations. Carla Bates, Board Member for the Malibu Art Association and the organization’s publicity director, noted how important and impactful the grant funding has been for area artists. "The organization was just starting to regain its footing after the death of our long-time president and our first show after her passing was supposed to be an art walk on the frontage of Legacy Park, an event that was scheduled for December 5, 2018. However, after the fire, one third of our members lost their homes and studios in the fire and we all scattered." Bates recounted receiving a call from Malibuite Julia Holland, a member of the City’s Cultural Arts Commission, asking Bates to donate an artwork for Radical Beauty I, the City’s art show featuring works about the Woolsey Fire. "I remember telling her I didn’t have any art supplies and I wasn’t painting." Bates

said. "For me to lose my art and supplies was terrible, but, when I heard that eight out of fifteen of my young art students lost their artwork, that was even worse for me than losing my own work because, in teaching them, I am helping them evolve into the artists they will become." Today, like many Malibuites, Bates is dealing with having to be housed in a temporary space and with having to get building permits. She is slogging through the long, arduous process of recovering from the Fire.

“Imagine how devastating it is to lose an entire collection, a lifetime of work.” "It was very cathartic to paint again using the art supplies that Carlene helped me obtain through the grants," Bates said. "Today, I am teaching my students in a space that someone has kindly sponsored me for and we are using the funding from the grants to buy tables and easels for the children. At our first class together, all of my students returned and it was wonderful for all of us to feel such a sense of normalcy. Now, I know that there is light at the end of the tunnel and that someday, I will have a permanent space to teach my students." Bates also has begun teaching an art class to seniors at the

Malibu Senior Center. She looks forward to both her youth and senior students exhibiting at the City’s annual art show coordinated by Adrianna Fiori. Malibu artist Helen Allois, who lost her entire studio and collection in the fires, says that the grant monies helped her to rebound. Allois, a noted surrealist, expressed her gratitude: "I was so grateful that the Chamber of Commerce provided me with a grant to help me after my home and gallery burned down," she said. "It helped me immensely and I sincerely appreciate it." With the support facilitated by the Chamber, today, Allois is more prolific than ever. Indeed, one of her works from The Lost Warhols, created in collaboration with Karen Bystedt, was on view during Art Basel. With the help afforded from the grants and Ms. Streisand’s kind donation, recipients are reviving their artistic lives, and fostering an art renaissance in Malibu. "Hopefully, the artists will have replenished and be ready for the Malibu Arts Festival in July 2021," Bruderlin said. "The COVID-19 pandemic has been devastating, and once again our celebration is delayed. Imagine, if you will, how great it will be at the next Malibu Arts Festival to see the new creations! We are planning on having as many artists as possible. It will truly be a renaissance." THE GUIDE · 45


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Mornings in Malibu

LIVE LIKE A LOCAL AND AVOID THE CROWDS. MORNINGS ARE BEST TO EXPERIENCE MANY MALIBU LOCATIONS.

BY PAUL GRISANTI

Beachfront breakfasts at Dukes, The Farm on the Pier, and Paradise Cove Beach Café are all easy to access. Duke’s huge lot at Las Flores and PCH is nearly empty when they open Saturday and Sunday at 10 AM. You can get a regular breakfast either day in the Bar area, but on Sunday, they also have a classic Hawaiian themed Brunch in the main restaurant that can make it very difficult to leave the Luau in time for whatever else you had scheduled. Dukes has been serving Malibu’s visitors and locals for decades and it never disappoints. The location has been open since the 40’s, if you count the time when it was The Sea Lion, and generations have made it a tradition. The Farm on the Pier is open for breakfast every day starting at 8:00 AM. Park on the eastern end of Malibu Road if the Surf is up and the PCH parking is full and take the long way through the Malibu Lagoon Park. Walk the shoreline to the base of the Pier while enjoying the early surfers and the thousands of birds 54 « THE GUIDE

around the Malibu Lagoon. A delicious breakfast tending towards the organic end of the spectrum awaits at the end of the Pier where you will also enjoy unparalleled views of the Surf breaks and Malibu from offshore. Paradise Cove Beach Café opens for breakfast every day at 8:00 AM. In contrast to later in the day, the crowd is thin and the parking is easy. The posted parking fees are stiff, but your congenial server will bring you a "Get out of the parking lot free card". This is a terrific place to bring your family and guests. Those of a certain age will recognize it as the location used for James Garner’s "The Rockford Files". The restaurant offers the unique option of dining on the sand if a normal table is not adventurous enough.

HIKING Hiking in Malibu is much more pleasant if you are done for the day before noon. Only a newbie would go hiking in the hills in the heat of the day. Bring plenty of water and pack out whatever you bring in. Hit a restroom before you hit the trail. There are no

services in the parks. Watch for snakes and avoid rather than confront them. If you are hiking with someone who decides to prove that any specific snake is not dangerous by handling it, please check your cell phone service and be ready to call 911. Nearly all snake bites are the result of failing to respect the snake. The Santa Monica Mountains have Mountain Lions. They are primarily nocturnal. If you see one, do not turn and run! Running identifies you as prey. Aggressively wave your arms and throw stones or branches. The heavily promoted Escondido Falls trail can be overcrowded by noon. To avoid the crowds try to get there early. There is a one-mile hike through a neighborhood before you get to the actual trail to the fall. It’s best seen in the Winter or Spring after a rainfall and is less than impressive in the dry season. The Sara Wan trailhead is located just west of Malibu Seafood and takes you on an Ocean View loop through Corral Canyon. It features a significant elevation gain with few trees. The next Canyon to the west is


labeled "Corral Canyon" on the street sign. It is the location of Solstice Canyon Park with a few parking spaces inside the gates. More parking is available on the side of the road about 100 yards further up Corral Canyon Rd. This is a popular destination operated by the National Park Service. The hiking is through the bottom of Solstice Canyon which has a year-round stream. Most of your hike will be shaded by Sycamores, but there are no ocean views. This property was the Roberts Ranch and a herd of Longhorn Cattle were run on it well into the end of the 1970’s, complete with cowboy roundups. This is the best hike to take if the sun is already hot by 9:00 AM. The top of Busch Drive has a trailhead that leads straight up into the Santa Monica Mountains. This ridgetop trail connects to the network that runs throughout the mountains. Watch for horses and give them plenty of room. Enjoy the big views over Zuma Beach and Point Dume that you pay for with sweat and effort. Charmlee Park off Encinal is still recovering from the Woolsey Fire, but should be open soon. The park affords big views, although it is further back from sea level so it can get warm in the afternoon. There is a little lake in Nicholas Flats at the end of Nicholas Motorway, a dirt trail that starts near the end of Decker CONTINUED ON PAGE 56 »

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School Road. It has been the beginning of many a young angler’s career. Bluegill are all I have ever seen there. The hike is flat and not very long, so little legs don’t tire out. Very Mayberry USA. Parents need a fishing license (buy one at Wylies Bait, located across

from Topanga Beach). Children do not need a license. Bring water and visit a bathroom before you start out. I’m sure that I have missed many other trails that may be of interest, but I have to leave some for you to discover on your own. Have fun and stay safe.

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Be Daring AND CONNECT WITH YOUR TRUE SELF

BY DR. LIZA AUCIELLO, FOUNDER AND CEO OF MY BEST-SELF COACH

The real version of you is connected to deep wisdom and strength. The real version of you shines with compassion and generosity. The real version of you is connected to something bigger. The real version of you is a bold dreamer, a divine explorer on this wild path of life. So, be daring and connect with your true self today. If you want to change your level of satisfaction with life, you can start by changing your thoughts and attitude; specifically, commit to an attitude of CELEBRATION. Your brain is hardwired to look for danger and what’s

negative. It’s tied to your survival. With this focus, you miss out on many, many opportunities to celebrate what’s going well. You miss out on the small successes that deserve recognition and actually reinforce the truth of who of who you really are. As an example, my friend just started a production company and pitched her film ideas to an investor. She told me the meeting went well and immediately focused on what she wished she did better. This was a time for celebration. She got the next meeting. The investors wanted to hear more about her business approach and they loved her film ideas. The outcome was something to celebrate! There will always be things we can and will improve. Avoid missing out on the celebrations. I invite you to find at least one thing each day about yourself or your

circumstances to celebrate. And when you celebrate, feel the joy in every cell of your body. There are many ways to repattern your beliefs and to let go of negative thoughts and emotions. Consider falling in love with yourself. Begin by deeply loving your body. The more love you bring in, the more negative emotions you push out. Smile at your body. Thank it. Acknowledge all of its amazing systems and organs. Make time to meditate on the beauty of your body. There is only one beautiful being in this world like you. There is no one else who can do what you do in the way that you do it. When you fall in love with yourself, you can share your gifts with confidence, care, generosity and love. You can celebrate the beauty of who you truly are!

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Is Aging Really an illness? BY DR. SARAH MURPHY

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What Did You Learn Today? BY JOHN JENKINS, THE BUSINESS AGENCY

When I was a young kid, at the dinner table, my mom and dad used to ask me, "What did you learn today?" Often, I was "ho-hum" about this question. Only as I grew older did I realize its true importance. When was the last time you learned something new? The answer to this question, hopefully, is "today." Regardless of when or where you went to school, learning should never stop. Proponents of this thinking often refer to this as adult education, continuing education or more broadly, lifelong learning. Defined as the ongoing, voluntary, and self-motivated pursuit of knowledge for either personal or professional reasons, many people classify themselves as lifelong learners. Others know about lifelong learning but put it on the back burner. Some are mandated to practice this by their employer or by the realities of their profession in order to keep or update credentials or certifications. Of course, there’s a portion of the population who simply believes that they know everything already - though I

have yet to meet one of them who actually does.

daily interactions with others and with the world around us."

Computer scientist Gerhard Fischer says, "Learning can no longer be divided into a place and time to acquire knowledge (school) and a place and time to apply the knowledge acquired (the workplace). Learning can be seen as something that takes place on an ongoing basis from our

You may be wondering: what does lifelong learning have to do with the Malibu business community? To the point, there are several business owners and employees who simply get caught up in the day-to-day – accepting complacency, avoiding change. For many, this is due to necessity. How can you learn about best practices in your industry while in a constant reactionary state? What unique information can you uncover about your competition when you are bogged down by administrative tasks? When is the last time you assessed the strengths, weaknesses,

Get familiar with cloud-based tools like Asana, Box, and Slack, which reduce overhead and encourage/facilitate collaboration.

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opportunities, and threats impacting your business? How can you creatively generate or develop business and ideas? Who can you turn to in order to address missioncritical business objectives? Who in your organization is challenging the status quo? Whether external assistance is necessary, or you can find answers to the above inhouse, the key is openness. Do yourself a favor and try that new productivity tool. Start a trial with a project management application. Get familiar with cloud-based tools like Asana, Box, and Slack, which reduce overhead and encourage/facilitate collaboration. Read an up-todate trend report, article, or book on your industry - and competition - to stay relevant. Find out about benchmark pricing for products and services that impact your business. Focus on innovation and client/customer-centric strategies. Enroll in courses that interest you (formal or informal) on sites like LinkedIn, Coursera, Khan Academy, or any prominent Open Course site (Ivies like Harvard, MIT, Yale all have free courses as do the likes of Stanford, Berkeley, UCLA and the University of Chicago, among many others). Pick up a new skill or increase your knowledge base by watching TED Talks (Technology, Entertainment, Design), subscribing to TED-

Ed, industry podcasts, blogs, or other social channels. You can even watch playback recordings of fireside chats or panel discussions/forums and conferences/seminars on YouTube or on corporate sites that you follow. Regardless of your business or employer’s size, if there are roadblocks to your progress – however you define them – welcome a new perspective, educate yourself, and most importantly, take action. Evolve by understanding the world as it changes. That being said, what did you learn today? Since February of 2017, The Business Agency has called Malibu home. While 2018 was a breakout year, a proud moment during the State of the City when Lenise Soren, then Chairwoman of the Malibu Chamber of Commerce, gave us a shout out for our positive business development work done for the members of the Malibu business community before, during, and after the fires. As a growing business, we dedicate our energy to keeping up with what is happening in the various industries we support in order to service organizations with strategic growth, business development, and finding solutions to pressing challenges. As advocates of lifelong learning, it is with pride that The Business Agency continues to assist companies large and small in and around Malibu.

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Live Life Free

In Who You Are. In What You Do. In All You Touch. BY DR. LIZA AUCIELLO

There is no greater bliss than feeling free. Free to be yourself. Free to create. Free to give to others. Free to love. Free to make your life what you want it to be. When I imagine the DNA of freedom, I think of 8 essential qualities that enable us to think, act and speak from our truth. A truth that is released from the expectations of others, liberated from inaccurate beliefs we have about ourselves and free from

Freedom empowers us to

and treat others with care.

joy and expands our passion

relationships and situations

choose a quality life filled with for contribution. Here’s how you can free your life:

1. FALL IN LOVE WITH YOURSELF. A deep realization of the

love you have for yourself

will spread quickly to others,

enhancing your relationships and joy of living. Reflect

more accurately, moving

you away from your issues

and judgments. Compassion

enables you to make decisions that have integrity. When you are truly able to see another’s perspective, both your mind

and your heart will open to new possibilities.

on the unique beauty of

your body, mind and spirit.

3. BE EMOTIONALLY DARING.

Tune into and affirm all the

goodness that comes from the

We sometimes stay stuck in

one and only you.

patterns that help us to feel safe in the world without

the defensive armor that no

2. SHINE SHINE SHINE!

longer serves us.

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Compassion allows you to see

realizing we no longer need

such a high level of protection. It is important to understand the ways in which you keep


yourself feeling safe, and

healer. Your goals and dreams

expression and experience.

help you bring them to life?

therefore limit your range of Tune in and see if it is time to take a healthy risk and

are yours alone, what would

move beyond what makes

you uncomfortable. It is likely

6. ALIGN YOUR EMOTIONS WITH YOUR GOALS.

you are better equipped than

you think you are to face fear,

Take your emotional regulation

pain or anxiety provoking

to the next level. Learn to use your emotions and thoughts

situations.

4. GIVE THE DIVINE MORE SPACE IN YOUR LIFE. Deepen your connection with the Divine through prayer,

meditation, acts of kindness and love. Walk through life with your highest values

present in your words and

actions. Have faith and make your relationship with the

Divine a continual practice. In this connection lives a

deep sense of peace, trust, protection and healing.

5. WAKE UP TO YOURSELF. Look below the surface and

make a habit of uncovering the

in a way that promotes your

growth, healthy relationships and personal success. This

requires an understanding and acceptance your emotional experience as well as the

ability to tolerate emotions

that cause you unease. Doing this will help you to flow with

emotion instead of against it. Start by noticing the variety of emotions that come up for you over the course of

a day. Go further by paying

attention to where you feel the emotion in your body and to

what thoughts you associate

with each emotion. These are the first steps to align your emotions with your goals.

core reasons you think, behave

7. BE A GIVER.

Self-awareness is the first

and give to others everyday,

and communicate as you do.

Live from a place of abundance

step in connecting with your

multiple times a day. Give

free self, and in learning how

you help or hinder your ability to prosper. Self-awareness can increase through your

inner guidance or from the

support of a personal life or

professional coach, a mentor, a therapist, a spiritual guide or a

your time, your praise, your patience, your money, your gratitude, your love, your

kindness and all the gifts and skill and beauty that make up you. Tune in to what others

might need and to how good it feels to be a giver.

8. LIVE HEART FIRST. Time and time again it amazes me how much healing and grace comes from tapping into the purest place of my heart. Take the time to find your true heart and learn how to drop into that part of your being at will. Once you do, notice how your thoughts and reactions to challenging situations change. You will see things more clearly. What troubled you, no longer has the same power. Your ability to forgive is easier. Your compassion increases. You become a giver. Your boundaries become clearer. Your love for other beings and life itself intensifies. Hidden in your heart is a deep well of strength. When we deepen our practice of these essential qualities, we experience the unlimited potential, exhilaration and deep satisfaction that comes with freedom. The Author, Dr. Liza Auciello is a MCOC board member and co-captain of the MCOC Wellness Committee. She is also the founder of My BestSelf Coach, a coaching and retreat firm that specializes in leadership development and helping people move through important transitions successfully.

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Braving The New World Of Cloud Business… and loving it BY CHRIS WIZNER

Looking out over our new business landscape, we are all wondering what lies ahead, and how we will find our niche and heal from the restrictions we find ourselves facing. The world map has changed - and as Malibu businesses adapt to COVID 19’s challenges for the local and broader economy and its impact on every brand and business, Malibu Chamber of Commerce’s Director of Marketing, Chris Wizner, is leading the way in adapting to a new future. Vivid Candi, his digital tech agency and a leader in cloud transition consulting and marketing strategy, is helping the Chamber transition as well as be a resource for local businesses pivoting to not only survive, but thrive. Pivot is the key word here.

currently have and will

"set down" the perception

business could be burgeoning

Barbara Bruderlin, Malibu

been and make a 180 pivot,

What was a quiet little

now with the new needs.

Businesses that were jammed are now wondering how to adapt.

experience in the future," said Chamber of Commerce Chief Executive Officer. "Every

person and business is unique and will need something

"There are a multitude of

different to help them."

needs that Malibuites and

reimagining. To a certain

solutions to the many different

Sometimes this means a total

our community businesses

extent, some will have to

of their business as it has

imagining something new that works - something palatable,

profitable and doable. Often, problems are opportunities waiting to be solved.

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environment, transitioning to virtual client interaction is imperative. For some, that’s a new model. For others, the challenge and the opportunity is to quickly modify and expand modes. But how? "We have assisted our clients in developing a solid digital business strategy to move into the Cloud and we see the COVID-19 crisis as a huge opportunity to help area businesses," said Wizner. "The best time for opportunity is when you least expect it. Who would have thought that because of this - I am no longer at a geographical disadvantage when I pitch for gigs in New York City and other markets back east! We can set the tone as the digital maketing space providing endless opportunites, while being oblivious to any geographical boundaries; meaning that Malibu’s smalltown businesses can seize the day and write a new storyline for even greater success!" It’s true - clients face major changes, Wizner added, noting "They have to do a 180 with regard to their marketing plans. Our cloud process helps clients to seamlessly use video chats and screenshot collaborations giving the feeling of meeting in person while conducting business in the Cloud." 70 « THE GUIDE

We all know how it looks to shop online – seamless and entertaining! Behind the scenes to a successful transition are practices that we need to employ. Custom web design. Custom web coding. Search Engine Optimization (SEO). Pay per click marketing (PPC). Programming and digital marketing. Hashtag strategies and anaytics. It’s imperative that area businesses employ all of those strategies to attain and maintain a meaningful presence in digital commerce. Stonefire Grill’s Justin Lopez couldn’t be more pleased with how Vivid Candi transformed the company’s digital strategy. "Vivid Candi was there when we needed them," Lopez said. "They had a designer on standby as we quickly navigated menu changes, popup messaging for our guests, eCommerce revisions and even a community crowdfunding campaign that we’re about to launch." "The Chamber is sourcing free lessons and webinars to help people make great transitional choices," Bruderlin said. "Malibuites should visit Malibu.org where they can explore all the Chamber’s offerings and find out pivotal information about transitioning, as well as finding funding opportunities to make it all happen. There is a lot of

support for small business it’s all about embracing and defining the change that we are creating," she said. The official host of The Chamber’s weekly webinars is Vivid Candi – featuring a different spotlighted speaker to inspire and illuminate opportunities. "The first webinar we hosted was historic," Wizner said. "It’s the first time the Chamber had a gathering that was entirely online."

Lopez summed the current business environment up well. "These are challenging times, but we are pushing forward in the best way we know how - everyone is. Vivid Candi continues to help us make that happen." With local support of professionals ready and willing to lend a hand, look up and forward to the CLOUD and make that transition into our brave new world of commerce with confidence and hope.

For More Information: Malibu Chamber of Commerce, Malibu.org T: (310) 456-9025 Vivid Candi T: (310) 456-1784 Ext. 105 Contact: Chris@Vividcandi.com #Cloudstrong #Worldstrong #MalibuStrong


Community Phone Numbers GENERAL SERVICES 211.org - Referrals for Health & Human Services 211 Animal Care of Los Angeles County - Agoura Animal Center 818-991-0071 Beaches and Harbors 424-526-7777 Board of Equalization 818-904-2300 CALTIP-Report Poachers to Dept of Fish & Game 888-334-2258 Caltrans General Info 213-897-3656 City of Malibu 310-456-2489 Consumer & Business Affairs, LA County 213-974-1452 Department of Fish & Wildlife dfg.ca.gov 916-928-5805 Department of Health Services - Medicare, Medi-Cal 213-240-8101 Department of Public Health, LA County 818-557-4187 Dial A Ride (Seniors) 424-346-8444 DMV (Department of Motor Vehicles) 800-777-0133 Fire Department _re LACounty.gov 310-456-6603 Franchise Tax Board 800-852-5711 Injured Wildlife 951-443-2969 Labor Exchange of Malibu 310-317-4717

Library on Civic Center Way, Malibu 310-456-6438

St. John's Health Center 310-829-5511

Lifeguard Division (LA County) 310-577-5700

UCLA Health Urgent and Primary Care 310-456-1668

Malibu Chamber of Commerce 310-456-9025

UCLA Medical Center 310-825-9111

Malibu Pier Gift Shop “Ranch at the Pier” 310-456-8031

West Hills Hospital 818-676-4000

Malibu Towing and Emergency Auto 310-456-8006 Metro Information 323-466-3876 Poison Control System Center 800-222-1222 Salvation Army 800-958-7825 Sheriff's Office, Lost Hills 818-878-1808 Surf/Tide Report SurfLine.com Treasury & Tax Collector 213-974-2011 US Postal Service 800-275-8777 Veteranís Administration 800-827-1000 West Vector Control - Pest Help 310-915-7370

HOSPITALS/URGENT CARE Cedars-Sinai Hospital 310-423-3277 Los Robles Hospital & Medical Center 805-497-2727 Malibu Urgent Care 310-456-7551 Santa Monica/UCLA Medical Center 310-319-4000

COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS Adamson House 310-456-8432 Allied Artists SM Mountains & Seashore 310-457-9130 American Cancer Society 310-348-0356 Boys and Girls Club of Malibu 310-457-1400 California Coastal Commission 800-Coast-4U California Wildlife Center 310-458-9453 Junior Blind of America 323-295-4555 Labor Exchange of Malibu 310-317-4717 Malibu Art Association 310-457-0458 Malibu ASYO MalibuAYSO.org Mallibu Farmers Market 310-428-4262 Malibu Garden Club 310-592-1013 Malibu Little League 310-317-2018 Malibu Navy League 310-456-3507 CONTINUED ON PAGE 72 »

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COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS (cont.) Malibu Senior Center 310-456-2489 x357 Meals on Wheels 310-394-5133 Optimist Club of Malibu 310-317-4433 Surfrider Foundation Malibu 310-984-6910 The Children's Lifesaving Foundation 310-450-3701 Young Life Malibu Coast & Canyons 310-993-7088

EDUCATION Advocates for Malibu Public Schools 310-766-4519

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Malibu Elementary School 310-457-9370 Malibu High School 310-457-6801 Malibu Middle School 310-457-6801 Pepperdine University 310-506-4000 Pt. Dume Marine Science Elementary 310-457-9370 Santa Monica College 310-434-4000 Santa Monica High School 310-395-3204 Santa Monica-Malibu USD 310-450-8338 Webster Elementary 310-456-6494

NEWS SERVICES 97.5 KBU Radio 855-KBUU-975

KWVS Radio Pepperdine Pepperdine-Radio. squarespace.com Malibu Surfside News 310-457-2112 The Local TheLocalMalibu.com The Malibu Times 310-456-5507 The Patch 413-728-2448

PARKS Charmlee Nature Center 310-457-7247 Leo Carillo Beach Camping 310-457-8143 Malibu Bluffs Park 310-317-1364 Mallibu Community Pool 310-589-1933


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BUSINESS DIRECTORY Accounting Bredefeld & Associates, P.C. 23805 Stuart Ranch Road Suite 101 Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 317-4608 rba-cpa.com Johnson, Foster, Fitzgerald & Darling, LLP, CPA’S 15200 Sunset Blvd. #203 Pacific Palisades, CA 90272 (310) 454-6545 jhfd.com MCG Bookkeeping & Consulting (805) 432-7686

Cliffside Malibu 29160 Heathercliff Rd #200 Malibu, CA 90265 (424) 217-1052 cliffsidemalibu.com Creative Care, Inc. 5941 Trancas Canyon Road Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 589-9834 creativecareinc.com Serenity Family & Psychological Counseling Ctr. PC 24903 Pacific Coast Hwy, Suite 102 Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 310-9249 SerenityTraumaCenter.com

Prime Accounting Solutions 1511 Pontius Avenue, Suite 104 Los Angeles, CA 90025 (424) 603-0012 primeaccsolutions.com

The Beach House Malibu 22601 Pacific Coast Hwy, Suite 250 Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 924-0954 malibubeachsoberliving.org

R. Frank Miller, CPA 30745 Pacific Coast Hwy, #363 Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 204-2440 rfmcpa.com

Adolescent Treatment Center

Activism Creative Visions 18820 Pacific Coast Highway Malibu, CA 90265 (323) 829-2677 CreativeVisions.org

Addiction Recovery & Rehab - Alcohol & Drug Alo House Recovery Centers 28955 Pacific Coast Highway, #200, Malibu, CA 90265 (888) 465-9140 AloRecovery.com Balance Treatment Center 4505 Las Virgenes Road, Suite 202 Calabasas, CA 91302 (818) 650-HELP balancetreatment.com 74 « THE GUIDE

Paradigm Malibu 6323 Via Escondido Malibu, CA 90265 855-780-TEEN paradigmmalibu.com

Advertising Malibu Coast Lifestyle 845 Sunstone Street Westlake Village, CA 91362 (805) 444-5016 malibucoastlifestyle.com All Things Malibu 6956 Dume Dr. Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 457-4594 allthingsmalibu.com Elysian Media Group LLC - So Cal Life Magazine 3625 E. Thousand Oaks Blvd. Suite 230 Westlake Village, CA 91362 (805) 777-0080 socallifemag.com

Homes & Land of Malibu to Beverly Hills 920 Hampshire Road A6 Westlake Village, CA 91361 (310) 456-5960 malibu-beverlyhills.com Malibu Surfside News P.O. Box 6854 Malibu, CA 90264 (310) 457-2112 malibusurfsidenews.com Malibu Times & Malibu Times Magazine 3864 Las Flores Canyon Road Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 456-5507 malibutimes.com PocketMate Maps 365 Ave. de los Arboles, Suite 109 Thousand Oaks, CA 91360 (805) 603-6267 pocketmate.com The Business Agency 23805 Stuart Ranch Rd, Suite 105 Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 359-6224 thebusinessagency.com Vivid Candi 22917 Pacific Coast Highway, Suite 200 Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 456-1784 vividcandi.com

Architects Bowker Studio 4606 West Jefferson Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90016 (323) 795-0226 bowker-studio.com Burdge & Associates Architects, Inc. 24911 Pacific Coast Highway Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 456-5905 buaia.com


Consolidated Architects LLP 800 S. Robertson Blvd., Suite 1 Los Angeles, CA 90035-1634 (818) 209-9437 consolidatedarchitects.com

Neil M. Denari Architects 4335 West Adams Boulevard, Suite 200 Los Angeles, CA 90018 (310) 390-3033 denari.co

Cozen Architecture + Lighting 719 Yarmouth Road, #204 Palos Verdes Estates, California 90274 (310) 373-7001 cozenarchitecture.com

nonzero\architecture 3200 Airport Avenue, Suite 20 Santa Monica, California 90405 (310) 313-1000 nonzeroarch.com

Ed Niles Architect F.A.I.A. 34555 Pacific Coast Hwy Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 457-3602 ednilesarchitect.com Goldman Firth Rossi Architects 24955 Pacific Coast Hwy. Suite B202 Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 456-1831 gfarchitects.com Harrison Design 1875 Century Park East, Suite 1300 Los Angeles, CA 90067 (310) 888-8747 harrisondesign.com Jean & Ellen, Interior Architectural Design 31035 Lobo Canyon Agoura Hills, CA 91301 (310) 849-8906 jeanandellen.com Kovac Design Studio 11828 West Pico Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90064 (310) 575-3621 kovacdesignstudio.com

RLB Architecture 15200 W Sunset Blvd, Ste 201 Pacific Palisades, CA 90272 (310) 459-0244 rlbarchitecture.com Sorensen Architects, Inc. 5855 Green Valley Circle, Suite 308 Culver City, CA 90230 (310) 337-2866 sorensenarchitects.com Y8 STUDIO, Inc. 1049 Havenhurst Drive, Suite 102 West Hollywood, CA 90046 (323) 612-1755 y8studio.com

Attorney - Business Law Office of Ian Roven 23805 Stuart Ranch Road, Suite 105 Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 589-HELP TheMalibuLawyer.com Riddick Law 800 West 6th Street, Suite 1220 Los Angeles, CA 90017 (310) 633-4490 riddick-law.com

William Charles Tanenbaum, Esq. 9701 Wilshire Blvd. #1000 Beverly Hills, CA 90212 (310) 628-0989 members.calbar.ca.gov/fal/ Licensee/Detail/305030

Attorney - Business Transactional Law Law Office of Ian Roven 23805 Stuart Ranch Road, Suite 105 Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 589-HELP TheMalibuLawyer.com William Charles Tanenbaum, Esq. 9701 Wilshire Blvd. #1000 Beverly Hills, CA 90212 (310) 628-0989 members.calbar.ca.gov/fal/ Licensee/Detail/305030

Attorney - Civil Litigation William Charles Tanenbaum, Esq. 9701 Wilshire Blvd. #1000 Beverly Hills, CA 90212 (310) 628-0989 members.calbar.ca.gov/fal/ Licensee/Detail/305030

Attorney Criminal Defense Eisner Gorin LLP 1875 Century Park E #705 Los Angeles, CA 90067 (310) 328-3776 egattorneys.com

Lucian T. Hood, Architect 10905 Ohio Avenue #106 Los Angeles, CA 90024 (310) 473-9083 lucianhoodarchitect.com MCTIGUE Architecture Planning + Design 111 Marquez Place, #110 Pacific Palisades, CA 90272 (310) 562-8196 mctigue.net

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Attorney Criminal Defense (Cont.)

Attorney Land Use & Zoning

The Blanch Law Firm 611 S. Catalina Street, Suite 222 Los Angeles, CA 90005 (213) 336-3233 theblanchlawfirm.com

Weaver Land Law 12100 Wilshire Blvd, 8th Floor Los Angeles, CA 90025 (310) 806-9212 weaverlandlaw.com

The Rodriguez Law Group 626 Wilshire Blvd, Suite 900 Los Angeles, CA 90017 (213) 995-6767 aerlawgroup.com

Attorney - Divorce Berenji & Associates 550 S. Hill Street STE 1467 Los Angeles, CA 90013 (213) 985-3007 berenjifamilylaw.com Fernandez & Karney 429 Santa Monica blvd #120 Santa Monica, Ca 90401 (310) 393-0236 cfli.com

Attorney Entertainment E. Barry Haldeman, Esq. Jeffer Mangels Butler & Mitchell LLP, 1900 Avenue of the Stars, 7th Floor Los Angeles, CA 90067 (310) 201-3569 jmbm.com/e-barry-haldeman.html

Attorney - Estate Planning & Probate Jeffrey Jennings, Attorney at Law 29350 Pacific Coast Highway, Suite 1-A Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 457-9979

Attorney General Counsel William Charles Tanenbaum, Esq. 9701 Wilshire Blvd. #1000 Beverly Hills, CA 90212 (310) 628-0989 members.calbar.ca.gov/fal/ Licensee/Detail/305030 76 « THE GUIDE

Attorney Patent & Trademark Cislo & Thomas LLP - Patents, Copyrights & Trademarks 12100 Wilshire Blvd Suite#1700 Los Angeles, CA 90025 (310) 979-9190 cisloandthomas.com

Attorney Personal Injury Citywide Law Group 12424 Wilshire Blvd Suite 705 Los Angeles, Ca 90025 (424) 248-2700 citywidelaw.com Goleh Law 16661 Ventura Blvd., Suite 700 Encino, CA 91436 (818) 518-1000 golehlaw.com/home.html Olan Law 212 Marine Street, #100 Santa Monica, CA 90405 (310) 566-0010 olanlaw.com Rosen Injury Lawyers 355 South Grand Avenue, Suite 2450 Los Angeles, CA 90071 (323) 248-0254 roseninjurylawyers.com

Attorney - Real Estate Gaines & Stacey LLP 16633 Ventura Blvd. Suite 1220 Encino, CA 91436 (818) 933-0200 gaineslaw.com Law Office of Ian Roven 23805 Stuart Ranch Road, Suite 105 Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 589-HELP TheMalibuLawyer.com

Riddick Law 800 West 6th Street, Suite 1220 Los Angeles, California 90017 (310) 633-4490 riddick-law.com William Charles Tanenbaum, Esq. 9701 Wilshire Blvd. #1000 Beverly Hills, CA 90212 (310) 628-0989 members.calbar.ca.gov/fal/ Licensee/Detail/305030

Attorney Tax Litigation James E. Biava 22526 Pacific Coast Hwy Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 456-3330

Attorney Virtual & eSports Law Office of Ian Roven 23805 Stuart Ranch Road, Suite 105 Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 589-HELP TheMalibuLawyer.com

Attorney - Wildfire Pacific Fire Attorneys 350 S. Grand Avenue Suite 3325 Los Angeles, CA 90075 (424) 250-2883 pacificfireattorneys.com

Audio Video, Low Voltage Wiring, Security Systems, Cameras, Smart Homes FutronixAv 4087 Elkwood St Newbury Park, CA 91320 (805) 272-9603 futronixav.com Gates Security / Malibu Patrol 15332 Antioch St. #177 Pacific Palisades, CA 90272 (310) 456-1477 malibupatrol.com


LALA PROTECH 21434 Tumbleweed Way Santa Clarita, CA 91350 (310) 359-2481 lalaprotech.com

Chase Bank - Point Dume Village 29211 Heathercliff Road, Suite 30 Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 457-9774 chase.com

South Bay Custom Integration, Inc. 121 Richmond St. El Segundo, CA 90245 (310) 335-0112

First Bank 3822 Cross Creek Road Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 456-5579 Firstbanks.com

Automobile Dealership E. C. D. Automotive Design 22333 Pacific Coast Hwy, Suite 180 Malibu, California 90265 (424) 644-0930 ecdautodesign.com O’Gara Coach Company Westlake 3610 E. Thousand Oaks Blvd Thousand Oaks, CA 91362 (805) 418-9092 ogaracoach.com

Banking Bank of America - Malibu Colony Plaza 23717 W. Malibu Road Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 359-6139 bankofamerica.com Bank of America - Point Dume Village 29171 Heathercliff Road Malibu, California 90265 (310) 359-6140 bankofamerica.com Chase Bank - Malibu Colony Plaza 23841 Malibu Rd, Unit 20 Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 494-4040 chase.com

Wells Fargo - Malibu Civic Center 23361 Pacific Coast Highway Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 317-1740 wellsfargo.com Wells Fargo - Malibu West 30745 Pacific Coast Highway Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 457-8510 wellsfargo.com Wells Fargo Corporate 111 W. Ocean Blvd., 5th Floor, Suite 500 Long Beach, CA 90802 (213) 253-3485

Beauty Salon & Hair Stylist CURE 22741 Pacific Coast Highway, Suite 200 Malibu, California 90265 (310) 456-1458 curedaily.com HAIR Malibu 30745 Pacific Coast Hwy, #14A, Trancas Country Market Malibu, CA 90265 (424) 644-0708 hairmalibu.com

Oceanne Salon 29169 Heathercliff Road, #220 Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 457-5262 oceannesalon.com

Beauty Salon Supplies, Perfumes & Makeup Sephora 3896 Cross Creek Rd Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 317-6767 sephora.com

Bio-Identical Hormones Dr. Sarah Murphy 21355 PacificCoast Highway, Suite 202 Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 317-4888 drsarahmurphy.com

Books Bonnie Lee Books 5695 Ekwill Street, Suite 103 Goleta, CA 93117 (415) 606-9546 bonnieleebooks.com

Business Consulting HOW Creative (310) 455-0389 howcreative.com Pierson Business Growth Solutions 30702 Monte Lado Drive Malibu, California 90265 (310) 309-0038 mikkepierson.focalpointcoaching.com

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Business Consulting (CONT.) The Business Agency 23805 Stuart Ranch Rd, Suite 105 Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 359-6224 thebusinessagency.com

Business Services Greater Conejo Valley Chamber of Commerce 600 Hampshire Road, Suite 200 Westlake Village, CA 91361 (805) 370-0035 conejochamber.org

Malibu Surfing Association P.O. Box 2683 Malibu, CA 90265-7683 (310) 293-5345 msasurfing.org Optimist Club of Malibu PO Box 501 Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 317-4433 malibuoptimists.org Rotary Club of Malibu PO Box 716 Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 456-7653 maliburotary.org

Prestige Protocol 1665 W 222nd Street Torrance, CA 90501 (310) 729-7031 EtiquetteSeminars.com

The Salvation Army Camps 26801 Dorothy Drive Calabasas, CA 91302 (818) 222-6327 campmtcrags.com

Right Way Distribution 7811 Alabama Ave. #14 Canoga Park, CA 91303 (818) 359-1677

Wayfinder Family Services 5300 Angeles Vista Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90043 (323) 295-4555, Ext. 247 wayfinderfamily.org

Camps & Clubs Boys and Girls Club of Malibu 30215 Morning View Drive Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 457-1400 malibuyouth.org Children’s Life Saving Foundation 1112 Montana Ave. #534 Santa Monica, CA 90403 (310) 450-3701 childrenslifesaving.org

Candy K Chocolatier by Diane Kron 3835 Cross Creek Rd. Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 317-0400 dianekron.com Sweet Bu 30745 Pacific Coast Highway, Suite #13 Malibu, CA 90265 (866) 379-3382 sweetbu.com

Business Real Estate Entrepreneurship

Ian Roven, Esq.

The Malibu Lawyer As a member of the Malibu community since 1998, Ian Roven looks forward to working with all Malibu residents, as well as members of the Southern California community.

310.955.5803 themalibulawyer.com

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Ian and his team handle a wide spectrum of transactional work. All matters are catered with solid legal strategies and unparalleled client service.

23805 Stuart Ranch Road, Suite 105 Malibu, California 90265

Caregivers, In Home Care AAA T.L.C. Health Care, Inc. 16133 Ventura Blvd. Suite 900 Encino, CA 91436 (818) 380-6585; (310) 271-1887 aaatlc.com Continuity Care Home Nurses, Inc. 12722 Riverside Drive, Suite 108 North Hollywood, CA 91607 310-912-2686 cchomenurses.com Luxe Homecare 881 Alma Real Dr., Suite T9 & 316A Pacific Palisades, CA 90272 (310) 459-3535 luxehomecare.com

Catering Antonio Alessi Special Event Catering 30765 Pacific Coast Highway, Suite 453 Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 463-0739 antonionalessi.com Choux Choux LA Catering & Event Planning (310) 456-2442 chouxchouxevents.com Monrose Catering 31117 Via Colinas, #403 Westlake Village, CA 91362 (310) 457-6338 monrosecateringtoo.com Nicolas Eatery 22333 PCH Malibu, CA 90265 (707) 363-1874 nicolaseatery.com Rossana’s Kitchen (310) 384-9887 rossanaskitchen.com Smokin’ Bar-B-Quties P.O. Box 4022 Malibu, CA 90264 (818) 434-4330 smokinbarbquties.com


Cemetery, Funeral & Cremation Caroline PM Jones 22111 Saddle Peak Rd Topanga, CA 90290 (310) 430-4241 cpmjones.com Malibu Memorial Park (2020) C/O Green Acres, LLC 22837 PCH Hwy #775 Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 456-2600 weintraubre.com/malibumemorial-park Pierce Brothers Westwood Village Memorial Park & Mortuary 1218 Glendon Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90024 (310) 474-1579 pbwvmemorialpark.com

Charter Bus Rentals Champion Charter Bus Los Angeles 1311 South Flower Street, Ste C1 Los Angeles, CA 90015 (310) 295-9547 championcharterbus.com CharterUP LA Los Angeles Los Angeles, CA 90017 (866) 315-8261 charterup.com GOGO Charters Los Angeles 4011 W Jefferson Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90016 (323) 373-3085 gogocharters.com Los Angeles Charter Bus Company 648 N Heliotrope Dr Los Angeles, CA 90004 (310) 667-6197 lacharterbuscompany.com National Charter Bus Los Angeles 926 S San Pedro St, Unit 2634 Los Angeles, CA 90015 (323) 201-2618 nationalbuscharter.com

Children’s Therapy Bonnie Lee Books 5695 Ekwill Street, Suite 103 Goleta, CA 93117 (415) 606-9546 bonnieleebooks.com Morgan Occupational & Speech Therapy 28990 Pacific Coast Highway, Suite 220 Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 456-0400 mOSTfunMalibu.com Roots & Wings Institute for Personal Growth and Family Excellence 22809 Pacific Coast Hwy, Suite 102 Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 894-6597 RootsnWings.org Wellness Center - Boys & Girls Club Malibu 30215 Morning View Drive Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 691-6523 bgcmalibu.org/locations-2/ wellness-center

Chiropractors Malibu Chiropractic 28990 Pacific Coast Highway, Building A, Suite 205 Malibu, CA 90264 (310) 589-1005 malibuchiropractic.com Malibu Chiropractic & Wellness Center 23440 Civic Center Way, Suite 101 Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 579-5949 malibuchiropracticandwellness.com

Chocolatiers K Chocolatier by Diane Kron 3835 Cross Creek Rd. Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 317-0400 dianekron.com

City of Malibu Government City of Malibu 23825 Stuart Ranch Road Malibu, California 90265 (310) 456-2489 malibucity.org

Clothing Alicia Adams Alpaca 30745 Pacific Coast Hwy, Suite 17 Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 457-7944 aliciaadamsalpaca.com Bleusalt 3939 Cross Creek Road, Suite D140 Malibu, CA 90265 (323) 426-3520 bleusalt.com HIPTIQUE 30745 Pacific Coast Hwy, C15A Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 399-6105 HIPTIQUE.COM Midheaven Denim Malibu, CA 90265 (877) 344-5445 midheavendenim.com Pinnacle Boutique 28925 Pacific Coast Hwy Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 457-5705 PinnacleMalibu.com

Coffee House & Lounge Caffe Luxxe 22333 Pacific Coast Highway Suite 160 Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 394-2222 caffeluxxe.com

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Community Services Boys and Girls Club of Malibu 30215 Morning View Drive Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 457-1400 malibuyouth.org Dial-A-Ride for Seniors (424) 346-8444 Malibu Community Pool 30215 Morning View Drive Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 589-1933 parksrecreation.ci.malibu.ca.us Malibu Library 23519 W. Civic Center Way Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 456-6438 lacountylibrary.org/malibu-library Malibu Senior Center Malibu City Hall, Stuart Ranch Road Malibu, CA 90264 (310) 456-2489, ext. 357 malibucity.org/seniorcenter Rotary Club of Malibu PO Box 716 Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 456-7653 maliburotary.org VolunteerAdvocate.org 23838 Pacific Coast Highway, Suite 112 Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 919-7975 VolunteerAdvocate.org

Computer & Internet Infinite Results SEO 26347 Thousand Oaks # 178 Calabasas, CA 91302 (626) 622-7077 infiniteresultsseo.com

Condominium Resort Complex Cavalleri Malibu 6489 Cavalleri Rd, Suite 103 Malibu, CA 90265 (424) 235-2807 cavallerimalibu.com 80 « THE GUIDE

Marisol Malibu 11312 Yerba Buena Rd Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 589-8848 marisolmalibu.com

Conference Facilities Anza Hotel 23627 Calabasas Rd. Calabasas, CA 91302 (818) 222-5300 theanzahotel.com Calamigos Ranch & Beach Club 327 S. Latigo Cyn. Road Malibu, CA 90265 (818) 889-6280 calamigos.com Duke’s Malibu 21150 Pacific Coast Hwy Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 317-0777 dukesmalibu.com Fairmont Miramar Hotel & Bungalows 101 Wilshire Boulevard Santa Monica, CA 90401 (310) 576-7777 fairmont.com/santa-monica Grazziadio Business School 24255 Pacific Coast Hwy Malibu, California 90265 (310) 506-4100 bschool.pepperdine.edu Pepperdine University 24255 Pacific Coast Highway Malibu, CA 90263-4745 (310) 506-4522 pepperdine.edu Regus Malibu Vista 22809 Pacific Coast Highway Malibu, CA 90265 (424) 346-1200 regus-malibu.business.site Serra Retreat 3401 Serra Rd. Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 456-6631 serraretreat.com

Counseling & Psychotheraphy Del Adey-Jones 29500 Heathercliff Road, #289 Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 266-4297 deladeyjones.com The Happiness Psychiatrist: Sheenie Ambardar, M.D. 21225 Pacific Coast Highway, Suite D Malibu, CA 90265 (424) 666-8058 happinesspsychiatrist.com Wellness Center - Boys & Girls Club Malibu 30215 Morning View Drive Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 691-6523 bgcmalibu.org/locations-2/ wellness-center

Crystals, Statues, Singing Bowls Sorenity Rocks Malibu Point Dume 29138 Pacific Coast Highway, at Heathercliff Malibu, California 90265 (310) 579-ROCK (7625) sorenityrocks.com Sorenity Rocks Malibu The Park at Cross Creek 23401 Civic Center Way, Suite #3C Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 579-ROCK (7625) sorenityrocks.com

Dance The Malibu Ballet and Performing Arts Society & Team United P.O. Box 2566 Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 924-1321 teamuniteddiversity.com/ malibu-ballet-and-performingarts-society.html


Dentists, Orthodontists & Periodontists Kati Asgarifar DDS 5931 Kanan Road Agoura Hills, CA 91301 (818) 991-7522 agourahillsorthodontist.com Malibu Dental Group 29350 Pacific Coast Hwy, Suite #3 Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 457-9292 malibudentalgroup.com Richard L. Jacobson DMD, MS, Inc. 881 Alma Real Drive, Suite 200 Pacific Palisades, CA 90272 (310) 454-0317 orthodonticcenter.la

Dermatology, Skin Treatments CURE 22741 Pacific Coast Highway, Suite 200 Malibu, California 90265 (310) 456-1458 curedaily.com Skin by Tina Hulett (310) 383-6670 skinbytinahulett.com Veronica Skin and Body Care Center, Medical Spa & Yoga Studio 24955 Pacific Coast Hwy # B101 Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 456-8883 veronicaskincare.com

Design / Build Apel Design Inc 25001 Pacific Coast Hwy, 3878 Puerco Canyon Rd Malibu, Ca 90265 (310) 317-0500 apeldesign.com Bevyhouse 215 N 12th St Santa Paula, CA 93060 (805) 450-6892 bevyhouse.com

Farnsworth Builders Inc. 4943 McConnell Avenue Unit E Los Angeles, CA 90066 (888) 805-1757 farnsworthbuilders.com

CollegeNod, LLC 29055 Cliffside Drive Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 924-9021 collegenod.co

Homebound 22809 Pacific Coast Hwy Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 957-5309 homebound.com

Roots & Wings Institute for Personal Growth and Family Excellence 22809 Pacific Coast Hwy, Suite 102 Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 894-6597 RootsnWings.org

Malibu Design Associates 21323 Pacific Coast Hwy Suite 100 Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 456-8885 malibugeneralcontractors.com Orbit Homes 23839 Stuart Ranch Road Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 227-2323 orbithomes.us Williams Homes, Inc. 21080 Centre Pointe Parkway, Suite 101 Santa Clarita, CA 91350 (800) 206-9514 williamshomes.com/ designbuild

Developmental Disability Services Home Ownership for Personal Empowerment, Inc. 1155 E. San Antonio Drive Long Beach, CA 90807 (310) 543-0126 hope-homes.org

Diving, Scuba & Snorkling Malibu Divers 21231 Pacific Coast Hwy Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 456-2396 malibudivers.com

Educational Resources Advocates for Malibu Public Schools (AMPS) PO Box 6091 Malibu, CA 90264 (310) 734-2021 ampsmalibu.org

Santa Monica-Malibu USD 1651 16th St Santa Monica, CA 90404 (310) 450-8338 smmusd.org

Electrical & Electricians Bob Hart’s Electric PO Box 157 Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 456-2263 bobhartselectric.com Current One Inc. 1817 Landis St Burbank, CA 91504 (310) 721-4967 Currentone.com Jeff Retich Electric, Inc. (818) 424-2871 retichelectric.com

Entertainment & Arts A Call 2Peace Foundation 29138 Pacific Coast Hwy, 123 Malibu, California 90265 (310) 924-4312 acall2peace.org Bantu Arts Atelier For Kids 5023 Parkway Calabasas Calabasas, CA 91302 (818) 805-4100 bantuartsatelier.org/#about Malibu Jazz Ensemble (310) 395-5550

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Escrow Services Malibu Escrow Corp 22241 Pacific Coast Highway, Suite A Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 456-2058 malibuescrowcorp.com RidgeGate Escrow Inc. 24955 PCH, Suite C206 Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 456-0878 ridgegateescrow.com Terra Coastal Escrow 23805 Stuart Ranch Rd #200 Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 456-6434 terracoastal.com/about-us

Event Music & DJs DJ Brett Elliott, Malibu’s Resident DJ 3542 Coast View Drive Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 384-7660 djbrettelliott.com

Event Planners Ampersand Entertainment 3835 E. Thousand Oaks Blvd., Suite 402 Westlake Village, CA 91362 (310) 678-6199 ampersandentertainment.com Choux Choux LA Catering & Event Planning (310) 456-2442 chouxchouxevents.com

Event Venues Adamson House Foundation CA State Parks 23200 Pacific Coast Hwy Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 456-8432 adamsonhouse.org Anza Hotel 23627 Calabasas Rd. Calabasas, CA 91302 (818) 222-5300 theanzahotel.com 82 « THE GUIDE

Calamigos Ranch & Beach Club 327 S. Latigo Cyn. Road Malibu, CA 90265 (818) 889-6280 calamigos.com

Malibu Solstice Vineyards 2700 Mar Vista Ridge Drive Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 589-2863 malibusolstice.com

Cielo Malibu Estate Vineyards 31424 Mulholland Highway Malibu, CA 90265 (818) 681-4077 woodstockmalibu.com

Mountains Recreation & Conservation Authority (MRCA) 5750 Ramirez Canyon Road Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 589-3230 lamountains.com

Cornell Winery & Tasting Room 29975 Mulholland Hwy Cornell (Agoura), CA 91301 (818) 735-3542 cornellwinery.com Creative Visions 18820 Pacific Coast Highway Malibu, CA 90265 (323) 829-2677 CreativeVisions.org Duke’s Malibu 21150 Pacific Coast Hwy Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 317-0777 dukesmalibu.com Fairmont Miramar Hotel & Bungalows 101 Wilshire Boulevard Santa Monica, CA 90401 (310) 576-7777 fairmont.com/santa-monica Four Seasons Westlake Village, CA 2 Dole Drive Westlake Village, CA 91362 (818) 597-3333 fourseasons.com/ westlakevillage Malibu Beach Inn 22878 Pacific Coast Hwy Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 456-6444 malibubeachinn.com Malibu GIVES 29138 Pacific Coast Highway Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 579-ROCK (7625) Malibu.GIVES

Paradise Cove Beach Cafe 28128 Pacific Coast Hwy Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 457-2503 paradisecovemalibu.com Rosenthal - The Malibu Estate 18741 Pacific Coast Hwy Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 456-1392 rosenthalestatewines.com Saddlerock Ranch info@SaddlerockRanch.com (818) 923-6985 saddlerock-ranch.com The Salvation Army Camps 26801 Dorothy Drive Calabasas, CA 91302 (818) 222-6327 campmtcrags.com The Sunset Restaurant & Beach Bar 6800 Westward Beach Rd E. Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 589-1007 thesunsetrestaurant.com

Exercise, Fitness & Training Diamond’s Malibu Gym 28955 Pacific Coast Highway Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 457-2450 diamondsmalibugym.com Malibu Fitness, INC. 29575 Pacific Coast Hwy Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 457-5220 malibufitness.com


Malibu Point Pilates 29169 Heathercliff Road, #201 Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 721-2264 pointpilatesmalibu.com Pilates Plus LA - Malibu 22601 Pacific Coast Highway, Suite 225 Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 317-4849 pilatesplusla.co

Farmer’s Market Malibu’s Farmers Market 23555 Civic Center Way Malibu, CA 90265 cornucopiafoundation.net/location

Film Malibu Film Society 31510 Anacapa View Dr. Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 589-0223 malibufilmsociety.org Malibu International Film Festival PO Box 4339 Los Angeles, CA 91041 malibufilmfestival.org

Film & Video Production Argent Pictures 22917 Pacific Coast Hwy., Ste. 320 Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 935-1957 argentpictures.com Noirtainment Productions 3435 Wilshire Blvd, 14th Floor Los Angeles, CA 90010 855-909-NOIR Noirtainment.com

Filming Locations Malibu Locations 29575 Pacific Coast Highway Suite E Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 457-3926 malibulocations.com

Financial Planning Brian D. Holmes, MS, CFP, AIF, CMFC Signature Estate & Investment Advisors, LLC. 2121 Avenue of the Stars, #1600 Los Angeles, CA 90067 (310) 712-2326 seia.com Dan Steinberg, CFO (949) 375-1777 Dun & Bradstreet 22761 Pacific Coast Hwy., Top Floor Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 919-2201 dnb.com Manchester Financial 2815 Townsgate Road, Suite 100 Westlake Viallage, CA 91361 (805) 495-4405 manchesterfinancial.com Runyan Capital Advisors | Wedbush Securities 9301 Wilshire Blvd. #510 Beverly Hills, CA 90210 (310) 882-6496 runyancapital.com Stephen J. Murphy - Triumph Capital Financial Management 22809 Pacific Coast Highway Malibu, CA 90265 (424) 350-4907 triumphcapitalmanagement. com/team/stephen-j-murphy Western International Securities 23838 PCH Malibu, Ca 90265 (310) 739-8500 wisdirect.com

Florists Sea Lily 6444 Trancas Canyon Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 457-8100 sealilymalibu.com

Fountains & Yard Accessories Malibu Fountains 30119 Harvester Malibu, CA 90265 (424) 781-7698 malibufountains.com

General Contractors All Coast Construction and Estate Maintenance 5364 Sterling Center Dr. Westlake Village, CA 91361 (818) 865-8371 allcoastconstruction.com Armfield Design & Construction, Inc. 28990 Pacific Coast Highway, Suite 109 Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 457-4222 armfielddesign.com Celentano Construction Company 3605 Noranda Lane Malibu, California 90265 (310) 972-0879 CelentanoConstructionInc.com Houck Construction, Inc 1531 Pontius Ave, Suite 300 Los Angeles, CA 90025 (310) 235-2800 houckinc.com Inspired Closets 6410 Independence Ave Woodland Hills, CA 91367 (818) 346-1800 inspiredclosetswc.com Johannessen Construction Company 23838 Pacific Coast Highway, #2125 Malibu, California 90265 (310) 456-3311 johannessenhomes.com

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Malibu General Contractors, Inc. 26664 Seagull Way Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 456-6221 malibugeneralcontractors.com

Malibu Underground Utilities 13376 Beach Avenue Marina Del Rey, CA 90292 (310) 301-0972 malibuundergroundutilities.com Mark Friendship Construction & Engineering 1978 N. Topanga Canyon Blvd. Topanga, CA 90290 (310) 455-1528 markfriendshipconstruction.com MSB General Contractors & Disaster Recovery Services 5320 Derry Avenue, Suite T Agoura Hills, CA 91301 (818) 735-7935 msbdrs.com

Beth Holden and Wolfgang Melian ARCHITECTURAL TASTEMAKERS, ‘NEW THEME’, PIONEERED THE GREEN BUILDING MOVEMENT IN LOS ANGELES. http://www.newtheme.net 3169 Triunfo Canyon Road, Cornell, CA 91301 (323) 932-9866

Pacific Coast Design Group CMD 16700 Bollinger Drive Pacific Palisades, California 90272 (310) 923-0405 pacificcoastdesigngroup.com Pacific Sanitation, Inc. 13376 Beach Ave. Marina Del Rey, CA 90292 (310) 305-9900 pacificsanitation.net Peter Melcher Construction Management 14975 Yerba Buena Road Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 428-4732 petermelcher.com Plant Prefab + LivingHomes 2910 Lincoln Boulevard Santa Monica, CA 90405 (310) 581-8500 plantprefab.com Plus Development 8920 W Sunset Blvd, Ste #200A West Hollywood, CA 90069 (424) 274-3881 plusdevelopment.com Precision Design and Build, Inc. 6063 Vineland Ave., Ste B Los Angeles, CA 91606 (323) 645-7989 precisiondesignandbuild.com Saffron Case Homes 30745 Pacific Coast Hwy, A9 B Malibu, CA 90265 (424) 644-0866 saffroncasehomes.com

New Theme 3169 Triunfo Canyon Road, Cornell, CA 91301 (323) 932-9866 newtheme.net

T.H. O’Connor Construction Inc 14601 Aetna St Van Nuys, CA 91411 (818) 994-0550 thoconnor.com

Outdoor Fire Protection Landsculpting, Inc. 3643 Sheridge Drive Sherman Oaks, CA 91403 (818) 901-1567 outdoorfireprotection.com

Tenpenny Construction Company, Inc. 1211 Maricopa Hwy, Ste 221 Ojai, CA 93023 (805) 646-4110 tenpennyconstruction.com

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The Last Detail Inc. 22809 Pacific Coast Hwy Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 457-4548 tldfinebuilders.com The Machina Group 5758 Burnet Ave Van Nuys, CA 91411 (323) 420-7668 themachinagroup.com WB Homes 33383 Mulholland Hwy. Malibu, CA 90265 (818) 879-0129 wbhomesmalibu.com Westco Smart Homes 28441 Highridge Rd, Suite 520 Rolling Hills Estates, CA 90274 (310) 544-0382 WestcoSmartHomes.com Woods Construction 1942 14th St. Santa Monica, CA 90404 (310) 850-4222 woodsconstruct.com

General Dentistry & Periodontics Malibu Dental Group 29350 Pacific Coast Hwy, Suite #3 Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 457-9292 malibudentalgroup.com

Generators & Installation All American Generators 9142 Jordan Avenue Chatsworth, CA 91311 (818) 340-4767 allamericangenerator.com Elite Generators 9007 De Soto Avenue Canoga Park, California 91304 (818) 718-0200 elitegeneratorsinc.com LT Generators Malibu Ventura LA Area 14932 Delano St Van Nuys, CA 91411 (818) 787-1470 ltgenerators.com


Glass & Mirror

Gourmet Treats

Glass Queen 25019 Pacific Coast Highway Malibu, CA 90275 (310) 456-8546 Glassqueen.com

Happy the Golden Jam 8530 Wilshire Blvd, suite 200 Beverly Hills, CA 90211 (310) 457-3788 happythegoldenjam.com

Malibu Glass & Mirror 3547 Winter Canyon Road Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 456-1844 malibuglassandmirror.com

K Chocolatier by Diane Kron 3835 Cross Creek Rd. Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 317-0400 dianekron.com

Golf Courses & Country Clubs

Graphic Design

Calabasas Country Club & Golf Course 4515 Park Entrada Calabasas, CA 91302 (818) 222-8111 Ext. 225 CalabasasGolf.com Westlake Village Golf Course 4812 Lakeview Canyon Rd, Westlake Villag Malibu, CA 90265 westlakegc.com

HOW Creative (310) 455-0389 howcreative.com The Business Agency 23805 Stuart Ranch Rd, Suite 105 Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 359-6224 thebusinessagency.com

Vivid Candi 22917 Pacific Coast Highway, Suite 200 Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 456-1784 vividcandi.com

Grocery Stores Costco 5700 Lindero Cyn Rd Westlake Village, CA 91362 (818) 597-3901 costco.com Vintage Grocers 30745 Pacific Coast Hwy #24 Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 457-2828 vintagegrocers.com Whole Foods Market Malibu 23401 Civic Center Way, The Park at Cross Creek Malibu, California 90265 (424) 425-7351 wholefoodsmarket.com/stores/malibu

Hardware & Lumber A & B Malibu Plumbing & Hardware 21249 Pacific Coast Hwy Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 456-8550 abmalibuplumbing.com Anawalt’s Malibu Hardware Supply 3730 Cross Creek Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 456-2772 malibuhardware.com Topanga Lumber & Hardware Co., Inc. 506 S. Topanga Canyon Blvd. Topanga, CA 90290 (310) 455-2047 topangalumber.com

Health & Wellness Boys and Girls Club of Malibu 30215 Morning View Drive Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 457-1400 malibuyouth.org THE GUIDE ¡ 85


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Health & Wellness (CONT.) Malibu GIVES 29138 Pacific Coast Highway Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 579-ROCK (7625) Malibu.GIVES Sorenity Rocks Malibu Point Dume 29138 Pacific Coast Highway, at Heathercliff Malibu, California 90265 (310) 579-ROCK (7625) sorenityrocks.com Sorenity Rocks Malibu The Park at Cross Creek 23401 Civic Center Way, Suite #3C Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 579-ROCK (7625) sorenityrocks.com

Health & Wellness Retreat Serra Retreat 3401 Serra Rd. Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 456-6631 serraretreat.com

Heating & Air Conditioning HVAC Consulting Solutions 6912 Owensmouth Ave #208 Canoga Park, CA 91303 (833) 266-5329 wecoolyouoff.com Santa Monica Heating & Air PO Box 2664 Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 456-8161 santamonicaheatingandair.com The Comfort Man 1210 Latigo Cyn Rd Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 457-3553 thecomfortmanhvac.net

Holistic & Naturopathic Medicine Dr. Sarah Murphy 21355 PacificCoast Highway, Suite 202 Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 317-4888 drsarahmurphy.com

Holistic & Naturopathic Medicine GOLDINSIGHT 21241 Pacific Coast Highway Malibu, CA 90265 (406) 404-2252 goldinsight.com

Home Furnishings The Ranch Malibu 12220 Cotharin Road Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 457-8700 theranchmalibu.com

Hearing, Audiology California Hearing Center 22809 Pacific Coast Highway Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 620-2353 californiahearingcenter.com

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Bungalow Ltd. 23706 Malibu Road Malibu, CA 90265 (424) 644-0344 bungalowltd.com Costco 5700 Lindero Cyn Rd Westlake Village, CA 91362 (818) 597-3901 costco.com Hiptique 30745 Pacific Coast Hwy, C15A Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 399-6105 hiptique.com

Malibu Market & Design 25001 Pacific Coast Hwy Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 317-9922 malibumarketdesign.com

Home Organization Inspired Closets 6410 Independence Ave Woodland Hills, CA 91367 (818) 346-1800 inspiredclosetswc.com Unveil By Design 3526 Bayberry Lane Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 430-4462 unveilbydesign.com

Homeless Services Children’s Life Saving Foundation 1112 Montana Ave. #534 Santa Monica, CA 90403 (310) 450-3701 childrenslifesaving.org Malibu Community Assistance Resource Team C.A.R.T. Malibu, California 90265 malibucart.org

Horse Training, Boarding & Horseback Riding Sycamore Farm LLC 3661 Cross Creek Road Malibu, Ca 90265 (310) 383-1550 sycamorefarm.com

Hospital & Emergency Medical Services Los Robles Hospital - HCA 215 W Janss Rd, Thousand Oaks, CA 91360 (818) 676-4526 losrobleshospital.com


Malibu Urgent Care / Colony CarePartners 23656 Pacific Coast Highway Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 456-7551 friendsmuc.org UCLA Hospitals Santa Monica, Westwood & Los Angeles (424) 259-6000 uclahealth.org/ucla-hospitals UCLA Medical Center Santa Monica 1250 16th Street Santa Monica, California 90404 (424) 259-6000 uclahealth.org/santa-monica West HIlls Hospital & Medical Center 7300 Medical Center Drive West Hills, CA 91307 (818) 676-4000 westhillshospital.com

Hotels & Motels Anza Hotel 23627 Calabasas Rd. Calabasas, CA 91302 (818) 222-5300 theanzahotel.com Calamigos Ranch & Beach Club 327 S. Latigo Cyn. Road Malibu, CA 90265 (818) 889-6280 calamigos.com Fairmont Miramar Hotel & Bungalows 101 Wilshire Boulevard Santa Monica, CA 90401 (310) 576-7777 fairmont.com/santa-monica Four Seasons Westlake Village, CA 2 Dole Drive Westlake Village, CA 91362 (818) 597-3333 fourseasons.com/westlakevillage Good Nite Inn Calabasas 26557 Agoura Rd. Calabasas, CA 91302 (818) 880-6000 good-nite.com/calabasas

Homewood Suites by Hilton 28901 Canwood Street Agoura Hills, CA 91301 (818) 865-1000 agourahills.homewoodsuites.com Malibu Beach Inn 22878 Pacific Coast Hwy Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 456-6444 malibubeachinn.com Malibu Country Inn 6506 Westward Beach Rd Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 457-9622 malibucountryinn.com Native Hotel 28920 Pacific Caost Highway Malibu, CA 90265 (424) 644-0517 thenativehotel.com The Surfrider Hotel 23033 Pacific Coast Highway Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 526-6158 thesurfridermalibu.com

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Ice Cream & Treats Malibu Yogurt & Ice Cream 23755 W. Malibu Rd Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 456-3522 malibuyogurtonline.com

Insurance Allstate Insurance: Robert Feldman 29170 Heathercliff Road, Unit C Malibu, CA 90265 (855) 876-3776 lcsbagency.com Ashford General Insurance Agency, LLC 118 W Kinzie St. Chicago, IL 60654 (312) 923-9901 malibuinsurance.net B.W. Baker Insurance Service, Inc. 29169 Heathercliff Road, Suite 208 Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 457-5092 bwbaker.com Joseph Wilson Insurance Agency 1210 Latigo Canyon Road Malibu, California 90265 (747) 240-4180 josephwilsoninsurance.com Malibu Insurance Group 28128 Pacific Coast Highway #209 Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 457-9829 malibuinsurance.biz

Malibu Insurance Services 29170 Heathercliff Rd Suite 1 Malibu, CA 90265 (424) 644-0929 Buinsurance.com Rene Williams Agency 22837 Pacific Coast Highway #D Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 317-4433 agents.farmers.com/ca/malibu/rene-williams Steve Brevidoro Insurance Agency 6911 Topanga Blvd. #305 Canoga Park, CA 91303 (818) 887-3022 facebook.com/steve.brevidoro SumCal Insurance & Financial Services 1990 S. Bundy Dr #410 Los Angeles, CA 90025 (800) 475-0991, Ext. 7660 yoursummit.com United Policyholders 381 Bush Street, 8th Floor San Francisco, CA 94104 (415) 393-9990 UPHelp.org

Interior Design Beach House Luxury by Nick James Designs 850 Hampshire Road, Suite H Westlake Village, CA 91362 (818) 584-5266 nickjamesdesigns.com Bungalow Ltd. 23706 Malibu Road Malibu, CA 90265 (424) 644-0344 bungalowltd.com

Denise Foley Design Inc (323) 851-5717 denisefoleydesign.com Jana Design Interiors Granada Hills, California 91344 310 593 4111 JanaDesignInteriors.com Jean & Ellen, Interior Architectural Design 31035 Lobo Canyon Agoura Hills, CA 91301 (310) 849-8906 jeanandellen.com Lizanne Judge Design 21245 Pacific Coast Highway Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 704-3014 lizannejudgedesign.com Malibu Market & Design 25001 Pacific Coast Hwy Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 317-9922 malibumarketdesign.com Room at the Beach Elizabeth Lamont 3835 Cross Creek Rd # 23 Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 456-9777 elizabethlamont.com Saffron Case Homes 30745 Pacific Coast Hwy, A9 B Malibu, CA 90265 (424) 644-0866 saffroncasehomes.com

Jets, Luxury Lease or Purchase AIR 7, LLC 575 Aviation Dr. Camarillo, CA 93010 (817) 946-3249 flyair7.com

Jewelry

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Sorenity Rocks Malibu - Point Dume 29138 Pacific Coast Highway, at Heathercliff Malibu, California 90265 (310) 579-ROCK (7625) sorenityrocks.com Sorenity Rocks Malibu - The Park at Cross Creek 23401 Civic Center Way, Suite #3C Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 579-ROCK (7625) sorenityrocks.com

K9 Detection Doerner Investigations 5737 Kanan Road, #710 Agoura Hills, CA 91301 (213) 910-4609 doernerinvestigations.com

Landscaping James H. Cowan & Associates 29243 Pacific Coast Hwy Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 457-2574

Laundry & Dry Cleaners Point Dume Cleaners 29169 Malibu Road, #108 Malibu, CA 90264 (310) 457-7961 pointdumevillage.com/profile/ Point-Dume-Cleaners Royal Quality Laundry (310) 770-7526 royalqualitylaundry.net Trancas Tailors & Cleaners 30745 Pacific Coast Hwy, Suite22 Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 457-6805

Lighting & Decor Bungalow Ltd. 23706 Malibu Road Malibu, CA 90265 (424) 644-0344 bungalowltd.com

Locksmiths Malibu Locksmith PO Box 1052 Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 456-7045 malibulocksmith.com

Magazines Malibu Coast Lifestyle 845 Sunstone Street Westlake Village, CA 91362 (805) 444-5016 malibucoastlifestyle.com 805 Living 3717 E. Thousand Oaks Blvd. Westlake Village, CA 91362 (805) 444-1228 805living.com Elysian Media Group LLC So Cal Life Magazine 3625 E. Thousand Oaks Blvd. Suite 230 Westlake Village, CA 91362 (805) 777-0080 socallifemag.com Homes & Land of Malibu to Beverly Hills 920 Hampshire Road A6 Westlake Village, CA 91361 (310) 456-5960 malibu-beverlyhills.com Malibu Magazine 23410 Civic Center Way, Unit EB Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 456-3336 malibumag.com/home Malibu Times & Malibu Times Magazine 3864 Las Flores Canyon Road Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 456-5507 malibutimes.com

Marketing & Branding Global Branding Central Marc Applebaum (323) 505-2777 GlobalBrandingCentral.com

HOW Creative (310) 455-0389 howcreative.com The Business Agency 23805 Stuart Ranch Rd, Suite 105 Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 359-6224 thebusinessagency.com Tomlinson Management Group 23410 Civic Center Way, Suite E-7 Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 317-0753 tmg-la.com Vivid Candi 22917 Pacific Coast Highway, Suite 200 Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 456-1784 vividcandi.com

Massage Rolf Method of Malibu 29350 Pacific Coast Hwy #2A Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 457-7272 rolfmethodmalibu.com

Medical Marijuana Dispensary 99 High Tide Collective 22775 Pacific Coast Highway Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 456-9930 99hightide.com

Medical Physicians & Surgeons Malibu Chiropractic 28990 Pacific Coast Highway, Building A, Suite 205 Malibu, CA 90264 (310) 589-1005 malibuchiropractic.com

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Medical Physicians & Surgeons (CONT.) CURE 22741 Pacific Coast Highway, Suite 200 Malibu, California 90265 (310) 456-1458 curedaily.com Malibu Urgent Care / Colony CarePartners Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 456-7551 friendsmuc.org Primary Caring of Malibu Medical Group Inc. 22775 Pacific Coast Highway Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 456-6505 primarycaring.com UCLA Health Malibu Immediate Care and Primary Care 29350 Pacific Coast Hwy #2A Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 456-1668 uclahealth.org

Military Organizations Navy League of the United States Malibu Council PO Box 4192 Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 457-9763 malibunavyleague.org

Mobile Home Parks Paradise Cove Mobile Home Park 28128 Pacific Coast Hwy Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 457-2511 paradisecovemalibu.com

Museums & Heritage Sites Adamson House Foundation CA State Parks 23200 Pacific Coast Hwy Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 456-8432 adamsonhouse.org 90 « THE GUIDE

Frederick R. Weisman Museum of Art at Pepperdine 24255 Pacific Coast Highway Malibu, CA 90263 (310) 506-4851 weismanfoundation.org/home Getty Villa 17985 Pacific Coast Highway Pacific Pallisades, CA 90272 (310) 440-7300 getty.edu/visit/villa

Musicians & Music Teachers A Call 2Peace Foundation 29138 Pacific Coast Hwy, 123 Malibu, California 90265 (310) 924-4312 acall2peace.org Malibu Jazz Ensemble (310) 395-5550 Malibu Playhouse / Stage Company 29243 Pacific Coast Hwy Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 447-8245 malibuplayhouse.org Music Freqs 2258 Pickwick Drive Camarillo, CA 93010 (805) 383-3555 musicfreqs.com Violinesse Violin Studios 22809 Pacific Coast Highway Malibu, CA 90265 (323) 540-9205 soli.com/darija.html

Nonprofit Organizations A Call 2Peace Foundation 29138 Pacific Coast Hwy, 123 Malibu, California 90265 (310) 924-4312 acall2peace.org Bantu Arts Atelier For Kids 5023 Parkway Calabasas Calabasas, CA 91302 (818) 805-4100 bantuartsatelier.org/#about Boys and Girls Club of Malibu 30215 Morning View Drive Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 457-1400 malibuyouth.org California Wildlife Center PO Box 2022 Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 458-9453 cawildlife.org Children’s Life Saving Foundation 1112 Montana Ave. #534 Santa Monica, CA 90403 (310) 450-3701 childrenslifesaving.org Cornucopia Foundation 30765 Pacific Coast Hwy. #158 Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 428-4262 cornucopiafoundation.net/farmers-market

Newspapers

Creative Visions 18820 Pacific Coast Highway Malibu, CA 90265 (323) 829-2677 creativevisions.org

Malibu Surfside News P.O. Box 6854 Malibu, CA 90264 (310) 457-2112 malibusurfsidenews.com

Energy Upgrade California 1513 6th St. , #204 Santa Monica, CA 90401 (310) 260-3331 energyupgradecacommunity.org

Malibu Times & Malibu Times Magazine 3864 Las Flores Canyon Road Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 456-5507 malibutimes.com

Home Ownership for Personal Empowerment, Inc. 1155 E. San Antonio Drive Long Beach, CA 90807 (310) 543-0126 hope-homes.org


KHDTV Corp 4725 Mercury St, Ste 210 San Diego, CA 92111 (310) 309-7723 khdtv.net L.A. Regional Long Term Recovery Group LTRG Malibu, California 90265 larcro.org Malibu Art Association PO Box 414 Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 560-4522 malibuartassociation.com Malibu GIVES 29138 Pacific Coast Highway Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 579-ROCK (7625) Malibu.GIVES Malibu Surfing Association P.O. Box 2683 Malibu, CA 90265-7683 (310) 293-5345 msasurfing.org Mighty Under Dogs 6557 Wandermere Road Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 457-1845 mightyunderdogs.org Navy League of the United States Malibu Council PO Box 4192 Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 457-9763 malibunavyleague.org Optimist Club of Malibu PO Box 501 Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 317-4433 malibuoptimists.org Poison Free Malibu (310) 456-0654 poisonfreemalibu.org Rotary Club of Malibu PO Box 716 Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 456-7653 maliburotary.org

The Malibu Ballet and Performing Arts Society & Team United P.O. Box 2566 Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 924-1321 teamuniteddiversity.com/ malibu-ballet-and-performingarts-society.html VolunteerAdvocate.org 23838 Pacific Coast Highway, Suite 112 Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 919-7975 VolunteerAdvocate.org

Occupational Therapy Morgan Occupational & Speech Therapy 28990 Pacific Coast Highway, Suite 220 Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 456-0400 mOSTfunMalibu.com

Offices & Office Leasing Miramar Property Investment 23805 Stuart Ranch Rd, #135 Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 456-0063 Regus Malibu Vista 22809 Pacific Coast Highway Malibu, CA 90265 (424) 346-1200 regus-malibu.business.site Sea View Terrace, LLC 22741 Pacific Coast Hwy, # 400 Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 456-5515 malibuofficebuilding.com

Painting & Wood Finish

Clif Jones Painting Co. 4617 Morse Ave. Sherman Oaks, CA 91423 (818) 986-2121 clifjonespaintingcompany.com Malibu Painters & Wood Finishing 23823 Malibu Rd. Ste 50 246 Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 924-0422 malibupainting.co

Painting, Fine Art Allied Artists Santa Monica Mountains & Seashore PO Box 6933 Malibu, CA 90264 (310) 592-9362 allied-artists.com Caroline PM Jones 22111 Saddle Peak Rd Topanga, CA 90290 (310) 430-4241 cpmjones.com Cultural Arts Commission of Malibu Malibu City Hall, 23825 Stuart Ranch Road Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 456-2489, ext. 349 malibuartsandculture.org Getty Villa 17985 Pacific Coast Highway Pacific Pallisades, CA 90272 (310) 440-7300 getty.edu/visit/villa Joanna Burke Art Consultants 12751 Millennium Drive, #101 Playa Vista, CA 90094 (310) 305-1313 joannaburke.com Lisa Smith Wengler Center for the Arts at Pepperdine University 24255 Pacific Coast Highway Malibu, CA 90263 (310) 506-4522 arts.pepperdine.edu Malibu Art Association PO Box 414 Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 560-4522 malibuartassociation.com THE GUIDE ¡ 91


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Painting, Fine Art (CONT.) Maureen Haldeman Fine Art Photography (310) 422-139 maureenhaldemanphotography.com The Malibu Artists (310) 384-7951 TheMalibuArtists.com Trancas Point Photography Nick Rodionoff Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 990-2561 nickrodionoff.com

Parks & Recreation Mountains Recreation & Conservation Authority (MRCA) 5750 Ramirez Canyon Road Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 589-3230 lamountains.com

Permit Expediter Prism Permits Expediting PO Box 283 Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 403-4365 The Land & Water Co., LLC / Lynn James Heacox 209 Avenida San Pablo San Clemente, CA 92672 (714) 766-6525

Personal & Professional Development Coaching and Retreats My Best Self Coach (323) 319-4747 mybestselfcoach.com

Pet Care & Training Angels in Training Senior Dog Sanctuary 26500 W. Agoura Road Calaabasas, CA 91302 (310) 317-4560 angelsintrainingsanctuary.com 92 « THE GUIDE

Fun Paw Care 3079 Patricia Ave Los Angeles, CA 90064 (424) 341-0166 funpawcare.com

Pharmacy Costco 5700 Lindero Cyn Rd Westlake Village, CA 91362 (818) 597-3901 costco.com

Photography Cassel Photography and Documentation Calabasas, (818) 421-9154 casselphotography.com Courtney Rochelle Photography Malibu, (818) 448-4400 courtneyrochellephotography.com

Plumbing Service & Plumbers JW Plumbing 3814 Coronado Circle Newbury Park, CA 91320 (310) 456-8331 jwplumbingsocal.com McDermott Plumbing & Pumping, Inc. 25659 Pacific Coast Hwy Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 456-2286 mcdermottplumbing.com MOSSER PLUMBING & HEATING, INC. 13376 Beach Ave. Marina Del Rey, CA 90292 (310) 305-9900 mosserplumbing.com

Podiatry

The Malibu Artists (310) 384-7951 TheMalibuArtists.com Trancas Point Photography Nick Rodionoff Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 990-2561 nickrodionoff.com

Planning & Development Consulting Schmitz and Associates 28118 Agoura Road, Suite 103 Agoura Hills, California 91301 (818) 338-3636 schmitzandassociates.com

Playwright, Screenwriter Carl Stillitano ( 310) 589 ROCK (7625) Malibu.GIVES

Dawn R. Buratti D.P.M. 23805 Stuart Ranch Road #230 Malibu, CA 90265 (818) 701-6300 drburatti.com

Postal, PO Box & Package Shipping Postal Annex 30745 Pacific Coast Hwy Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 589-4800 postalannex.com

Prefab & Manufactured Homes Bevyhouse 215 N 12th St Santa Paula, CA 93060 (805) 450-6892 bevyhouse.com


Orbit Homes 23839 Stuart Ranch Road Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 227-2323 orbithomes.us

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Plant Prefab + LivingHomes 2910 Lincoln Boulevard Santa Monica, CA 90405 (310) 581-8500 plantprefab.com SOLi 18820 Pacific Coast Hwy, #202 Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 488-7444 soli.space

Private Investigation Doerner Investigations 5737 Kanan Road, #710 Agoura Hills, CA 91301 (213) 910-4609 doernerinvestigations.com

Property Management 4 Malibu Property Management Company 22611 Pacific Coast Hwy Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 773-7556 4malibu.com

Psychiatry CURE 22741 Pacific Coast Highway, Suite 200 Malibu, California 90265 (310) 456-1458 curedaily.com The Happiness Psychiatrist: Sheenie Ambardar, M.D. 21225 Pacific Coast Highway, Suite D Malibu, CA 90265 (424) 666-8058 happinesspsychiatrist.com

Public Health Los Angeles County Public Health Department vchca.org/contact Los Angeles County West Vector & Vector-Borne Disease Control District 6750 Centinela Avenue Culver City, CA 90230 (310) 915-7370 Ext. 223 lawestvector.org Ventura County Department of Public Health Ventura, CA vchca.org/contact

Public Relations JCI Worldwide 1513 6th Street, Suite 204 Santa Monica, CA 90401 (310) 260-3331 JCIPR.Com

Somerville Associates Public Relations - SA/SB PR (310) 701-6872 somervillepr.com The Malibu Minute 23838 Pacific Coast Highway, Suite 112 Malibu, California 90265 (310) 919-7975 TheMalibuMinute.com

Public Relations The PR Gurus 30745 Davey Jones Drive Agoura Hills, CA 91301 (323) 847-8321

Racquet Club Malibu Racquet Club 23847 Stuart Ranch Rd Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 456-3313 maliburacquetclub.com

Radio Station 99.1 KBUU---Zuma Beach FM Broadcasting RadioMalibu.net Malibu, CA 90265 855-KBUU-975 radiomalibu.net

Real Estate Agents & Consultants 4 Malibu Property Management Company 22611 Pacific Coast Hwy Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 773-7556 4malibu.com

Malibu Pier Partners, LLC 201 Filbert Street, Suite 401 San Francisco, CA 94133 (415) 348-1020 Mariposa Land Company Ltd. 3728 Cross Creek Rd. Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 456-3230

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Real Estate Agents & Consultants (CONT.) Coldwell Banker Ellen Francisco 29178 Heathercliff Rd Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 589-2464 ellenfrancisco.com Compass (818) 940-4966 James Weekley - Douglas Elliman Real Estate 22333 Pacific Coast Highway Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 401-0901 jamesweekley.com Jesse Chupack Real Estate 11911 San Vicente Blvd #200 Los Angeles, CA 90049 (310) 467-7801 jessechupack.com Malibu Realty, Inc., Gene Barginear. 22809 Pacific Coast Hwy Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 457-5124 maliburealty.tv Maria Dwyer Douglas Elliman -Malibu 22333 Pacific Coast Hwy #100 MALIBU, CA 90265 (310) 699-7165 mariadwyerrealestate.com Nancy Kilar Realty - Keller Williams Luxury Homes (949) 525-8155 glamliferealestate.com Natalie Lozon REMAX Gateway 22917 Pacific Coast Highway, Suite 210 Malibu, CA 90265 (661) 993-6324 natalielozon.com Newmark Grubb Knight Frank 1875 Century Park East Suite 1380 Los Angeles, CA 90067 (310) 407-6585 jayluchs.com

Paul & Sara Grisanti Pinnacle Real Estate 23733 Mallibu Road, Suite 300 Malibu CA 90265 (310) 505-5006 MalibuRE.com Pinnacle Estate Properties 23733 Malibu Rd #500 Malibu, California 90265 310-963-5082 malibudreamhomes.com Pritchett-Rapf Realtors 23732 Malibu Road Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 456-6771 PRmalibu.com Seabreeze Estates Realty Sophie Kidian (310) 962-2561 The Address, Malibu Luxury Real Estate 22611 Pacific Coast Hwy Malibu, California 90265 (310) 773-7556 addressrealestate.com

Real Estate Associations Malibu Association of Realtors 23805 Stuart Ranch Road, Suite 140 Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 456-5566 maliburealtors.org

Real Estate Developers Hayman Properties 11661 San Vicente Blvd Suite 800 Los Angeles, CA 90049 (310) 826-4905 haymanproperties.com New Group, LLC 24911 Pacific Coast Highway Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 317-6754 Pacific Equity Properties, Inc. Taylor Burns, 1460 4th Street, Suite 308 Santa Monica, CA 90401 (310) 255-0050 ext. 212 pacificequity.com

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Research HRL Laboratories, LLC 3011 Malibu Cyn Rd Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 317-5000 hrl.com

Restaurants Calamigos Ranch & Beach Club 327 S. Latigo Cyn. Road Malibu, CA 90265 (818) 889-6280 calamigos.com D’Amores Naturally Pizza 29169 Heathercliff Road, #104, 23401 Civic Center Way, 22601 Pacific Coast Hwy, Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 457-2838 damorespizza.com Duke’s Malibu 21150 Pacific Coast Hwy Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 317-0777 dukesmalibu.com John’s Garden Sandwich & Snack Shop 3835 Cross Creek Rd # 1 Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 456-8377 johnsgardenmalibu.com Le Cafe de la Plage 29169 Heathercliff Road, #112 Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 457-3380 lecafedelaplagemalibu.com Lily’s Malibu 2921 Heathercliff Rd #60 Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 457-3745 lilysmalibu.com

Malibu Seafood 25653 Pacific Coast Hwy Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 456-3430 malibuseafood.com McDonald’s 22725 Pacific Coast Hwy Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 456-6996 mcdonalds.com Moonshadows 20356 Pacific Coast Hwy Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 456-3010 moonshadowsmalibu.com Neptune’s Net Seafood Restaurant 42505 Pacific Coast Hwy Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 457-3095 neptunesnetseafood.com Nicolas Eatery 22333 PCH Malibu, CA 90265 (707) 363-1874 nicolaseatery.com Ollie’s Duck & Dive Gastropub 29169 Heathercliff Road, #102 Malibu, CA 90264 (310) 589-2200 olliesduckanddive.com OLLO 23750 Pacific Coast Highway Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 317-1444 ollomalibu.com Paradise Cove Beach Cafe 28128 Pacific Coast Hwy Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 457-2503 paradisecovemalibu.com

Sunlife Organics 29169 Heathercliff Road, 3835 Cross Creek Road Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 457-6161 sunlifeorganics.com Taverna Tony 23410 Civic Center Way Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 317-9667 tavernatony.com The Sunset Restaurant & Beach Bar 6800 Westward Beach Rd E. Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 589-1007 thesunsetrestaurant.com

Roofing & Repair Coastal Inc. Roofing Company PO Box 2531 Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 455-2827 Permanent Roof West / SL Roofing 9854 National Blvd. Ste 202 Los Angeles, CA 90034 (310) 838-7663 permanentroof.com

Schools - Private Children’s Creative Workshop 30237 Morning View Drive Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 457-2937 childrenscreativeworkshop.org

Malibu Farm Restaurant 23000 Pacific Coast Highway, Building A Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 456-8850 malibu-farm.com

Malibu listens. Get in their ear. (424) 442-9862

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Schools - Public

Grazziadio Business School 24255 Pacific Coast Hwy Malibu, California 90265 (310) 506-4100 bschool.pepperdine.edu

CSU Channel Islands One University Dr. Camarillo, CA 93012 (805) 437-8920 csuci.edu

Muse School - Middle & High School 4345 Las Virgenes Rd Calabasas, CA 91302 (818) 880-5437 museschool.org/page

John L. Webster Elementary School 3602 Winter Canyon Rd Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 456-6494 webster.smmusd.org

MUSE School - Prime Campus 1666 Las Virgenes Cyn Rd Calabasas, CA 91302 (818) 880-5437 museschool.org

Malibu Elementary School 6955 Fernhill Drive Malibu, California 90265 (310) 457-9370 smmusd.org/malibues

Oaks Christian School 31749 La Tienda Drive Westlake Village, CA 91362 (818) 575-9900 oakschristian.org

Malibu High School 30215 Morning View Drive Malibu, CA 90265 malibu.smmusd.org

Our Lady of Malibu School 3625 S. Winter Canyon Rd Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 456-8071 olmalibuschool.org Pepperdine University 24255 Pacific Coast Highway Malibu, CA 90263-4745 (310) 506-4522 pepperdine.edu Wagon Wheel School, of Malibu 28211 Pacific Coast Highway Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 457-2250 wagonwheelmalibu.org

Malibu LEAD 30237 Morning View Drive, Conf Room 6 Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 457-0360 ext #60-143 malibulead.org Point Dume Marine Science School 6955 Fernhill Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 457-9370 pointdume.smmusd.org/welcome.html Santa Monica College 1900 Pico Boulevard Santa Monica, CA 90405 (310) 434-4000 smc.edu

Security & Alarm Service Action Alarm 5741 Rolling Road Woodland hills, CA 91367 (818) 261-2345 actionalarm.net D.A.D. Protection Services P.O. Box 6023 Oxnard, CA 93031 (805) 625-3925 dadprotectionservices.com Gates Security / Malibu Patrol 15332 Antioch St. #177 Pacific Palisades, CA 90272 (310) 456-1477 malibupatrol.com International Protective Service, Inc. (IPS) 22809 Pacific Coast Hwy #208 Malibu, CA 90265 (424) 218-6371 ipsglobal.com

Senior Retirement & Assisted Living Residences Atria Senior Living 15441 Sunset Blvd Pacific Palisades, CA 90272 (310) 573-9545 atriaseniorliving.com Belmont Village Senior Living Calabasas 24141 Ventura Blvd. Calabasas, CA 91302 (818) 222-2600 belmontvillage.com/calabasas-california University Village Thousand Oaks 3415 Campus Drive Thousand Oaks, CA 91360 (805) 241-3300 uvto.com

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Malibu Senior Center Malibu City Hall, Stuart Ranch Road Malibu, CA 90264 (310) 456-2489, ext. 357 malibucity.org/seniorcenter

The Park at Cross Creek 23401 Civic Center Way Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 451-9877 malibuparkatcrosscreek.com

Shopping Centers Malibu Colony Plaza 23841 Malibu Road Malibu, CA 90265 (573) 449-8323

Malibu Lumber Yard 3939 Cross Creek Road Malibu, CA 90265 (213) 362-9300 TheMalibuLumberYard.com

Skincare Bu Brands, LLC 23823 Malibu Road, #380 Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 456-8787 buscreen.com Mala Apothecary 28990 Pacific Coast Highway, Suite 203 Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 795-9540 malaapothecary.com Skin by Tina Hulett (310) 383-6670 skinbytinahulett.com

Malibu Village 3822 Cross Creek Road Malibu, CA 90265 (213) 625-0145 MalibuVillage.com Point Dume Village 29169 Heathercliff Road #212 Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 457-3606 pointdumevillage.com

CURE 22741 Pacific Coast Highway, Suite 200 Malibu, California 90265 (310) 456-1458 curedaily.com Four Seasons Westlake Village, CA 2 Dole Drive Westlake Village, CA 91362 (818) 597-3333 fourseasons.com/westlakevillage

Trancas Country Market 30745 Pacific Coast Highway Suite 24, Malibu, CA 90265 trancascountrymarket.com Malibu Country Mart 3835 Cross Creek Road Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 456-7300 malibucountrymart.com

Spa, Massage & Wellness

Solar Energy Quest Electric - Solar West 23939 Ventura Calabasas, CA 91302 (310) 456-1037 Solar Goddess (424) 202-8562 TheSolarGoddess.com

Rolf Method of Malibu 29350 Pacific Coast Hwy #2A Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 457-7272 rolfmethodmalibu.com Veronica Skin and Body Care Center, Medical Spa & Yoga Studio 24955 Pacific Coast Hwy # B101 Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 456-8883 veronicaskincare.com

Speech Therapy Morgan Occupational & Speech Therapy 28990 Pacific Coast Highway, Suite 220 Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 456-0400 mOSTfunMalibu.com

Sponsorship Consultants The Business Agency 23805 Stuart Ranch Rd, Suite 105 Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 359-6224 thebusinessagency.com

Sports Training and Instruction Malibu Divers 21231 Pacific Coast Hwy Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 456-2396 malibudivers.com THE GUIDE ¡ 97


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Sports Training and Instruction (CONT.) Malibu Race Series 30765 Pacific Coast Hwy, Suite 165 Malibu, Ca 90265 (310) 745-8231 malibumarathon.com Mighty Under Dogs 6557 Wandermere Road Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 457-1845 mightyunderdogs.org Sycamore Farm LLC 3661 Cross Creek Road Malibu, Ca 90265 (310) 383-1550 sycamorefarm.com

Storage, Self Storage & Moving Calabasas Self Storage 4200 Shadow Hills Rd Calabasas, CA 91301 (818) 880-6060 calabasasselfstorage.net Malibu Self-Storage 3738 Cross Creek Rd, Suite A1 Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 456-5555 malibuself-storage.com Spina’s Moving & Storage, Inc. 22253 Pacific Coast Highway Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 456-1753

Surveyors Land & Air Surveying 5312 Derry Ave, Ste "V" Agoura Hills, CA 91301 (310) 456-9381 landandairsurveying.com

Takeout & Delivery Calamigos Ranch & Beach Club 327 S. Latigo Cyn. Road Malibu, CA 90265 (818) 889-6280 calamigos.com Choux Choux LA Catering & Event Planning (310) 456-2442 chouxchouxevents.com D’Amores Naturally Pizza 29169 Heathercliff Road, #104, 23401 Civic Center Way, 22601 Pacific Coast Hwy, Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 457-2838 damorespizza.com Fairmont Miramar Hotel & Bungalows 101 Wilshire Boulevard Santa Monica, CA 90401 (310) 576-7777 fairmont.com/santa-monica Farm Fresh To You 3880 Seaport Blvd. West Sacramento, CA 95691 (800) 796-6009 farmfreshtoyou.com

K Chocolatier by Diane Kron 3835 Cross Creek Rd. Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 317-0400 dianekron.com Le Cafe de la Plage 29169 Heathercliff Road, #112 Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 457-3380 lecafedelaplagemalibu.com Lily’s Malibu 2921 Heathercliff Rd #60 Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 457-3745 lilysmalibu.com Malibu Seafood 25653 Pacific Coast Hwy Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 456-3430 malibuseafood.com Malibu Yogurt & Ice Cream 23755 W. Malibu Rd Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 456-3522 malibuyogurtonline.com McDonald’s 22725 Pacific Coast Hwy Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 456-6996 mcdonalds.com Monrose Catering 31117 Via Colinas, #403 Westlake Village, CA 91362 (310) 457-6338 monrosecateringtoo.com

Surf Shop - Beach Gear & Rentals

Four Seasons Westlake Village, CA 2 Dole Drive Westlake Village, CA 91362 (818) 597-3333 fourseasons.com/westlakevillage

Drill Surf and Skate 30745 Pacific Coast Hwy, D20 Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 457-7715 drillsurfskate.com

Happy the Golden Jam 8530 Wilshire Blvd, Suite 200 Beverly Hills, CA 90211 (310) 457-3788 happythegoldenjam.com

Neptune’s Net Seafood Restaurant 42505 Pacific Coast Hwy Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 457-3095 neptunesnetseafood.com

Zuma Jay Surfboards 22775 Pacific Coast Hwy Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 456-8044 zumajays.com

John’s Garden Sandwich & Snack Shop 3835 Cross Creek Rd, #1 Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 456-8377 johnsgardenmalibu.com

Nicolas Eatery 22333 PCH Malibu, CA 90265 (707) 363-1874 nicolaseatery.com

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Ollie’s Duck & Dive Gastropub 29169 Heathercliff Road, #102 Malibu, CA 90264 (310) 589-2200 olliesduckanddive.com Paradise Cove Beach Cafe 28128 Pacific Coast Hwy Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 457-2503 paradisecovemalibu.com Rossana’s Kitchen (310) 384-9887 rossanaskitchen.com Smokin’ Bar-B-Quties P.O. Box 4022 Malibu, CA 90264 (818) 434-4330 smokinbarbquties.com Sunlife Organics 29169 Heathercliff Road, 3835 Cross Creek Road Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 457-6161 sunlifeorganics.com Taverna Tony 23410 Civic Center Way Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 317-9667 tavernatony.com Vintage Grocers 30745 Pacific Coast Hwy, #24 Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 457-2828 vintagegrocers.com Whole Foods Market Malibu 23401 Civic Center Way, The Park at Cross Creek Malibu, California 90265 (424) 425-7351 wholefoodsmarket.com/stores/malibu

Technology Red.Tech Services 6340 Green Valley Circle, APT 302 Culver City, CA 90230 (657) 464-4486 reddottechservices.com

Telecommunications

Toys & Children

Charter Spectrum 54 West Main Street Ventura, CA 93001 (747) 333-7763 spectrum.com

Bonnie Lee Books 5695 Ekwill Street, Suite 103 Goleta, CA 93117 (415) 606-9546 bonnieleebooks.com

KHDTV Corp 4725 Mercury St, STE 210 San Diego, CA 92111 (310) 309-7723 khdtv.net

Toy Crazy 23410 Civic Center Way Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 456-5696 gotoycrazy.com

WTG 22619 Pacific Coast Hwy #310 Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 456-2200 x302 wtgcom.com

Trash Removal & Utilities

Theaters & Live Performance Getty Villa 17985 Pacific Coast Highway Pacific Pallisades, CA 90272 (310) 440-7300 getty.edu/visit/villa Lisa Smith Wengler Center for the Arts at Pepperdine University 24255 Pacific Coast Highway Malibu, CA 90263 (310) 506-4522 arts.pepperdine.edu

Recology Inc. 9189 De Garmo Ave. Sun Valley, CA 91352 (818) 767-0675 recology.com Universal Waste Systems, Inc. 9016 Norwalk Blvd. Santa Fe Spings, CA 90760 (562) 941-4900 uwscompany.com Waste Management PO Box 940430 Simi Valley, CA 93094 (805) 955-4346 wm.com/us/local/ca/malibu/ residential

Travel

Malibu Playhouse / Stage Company 29243 Pacific Coast Hwy Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 447-8245 malibuplayhouse.org

Swiss Malibu Travel 3939 Cross Creek Road, D210 Malibu, CA 90265393 (866) 615-0565 AvoyaTravel.com/ia/ BethMohiuddin

Promenade Playhouse 1404 3rd Street Santa Monica, CA 90401 (310) 656-8070 promenadeplayhouse.com

Urgent Care

Tires Calabasas Car Care Tire Pros 4929 Las Virgenes Road Calabasas, CA 91302 (818) 880-2250 calabasascarcare.com

Malibu Urgent Care / Colony CarePartners 23656 Pacific Coast Highway Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 456-7551 friendsmuc.org UCLA Health Malibu Immediate Care and Primary Care 23815 Stuart Ranch Rd. Ste. #300 Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 456-1668 uclahealth.org THE GUIDE · 99


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Utilities Energy Upgrade California 1513 6th St. , #204 Santa Monica, CA 90401 (310) 260-3331 energyupgradecacommunity.org SoCalGas 555 West 5th Street Los Angeles, CA 90013 (213) 244-4633 socalgas.com Southern California Edison 1721 22nd St. Santa Monica, CA 90404 (800) 655-4555 sce.com

Vacation Rentals TurnKey Vacation Rentals 1187 Coast Village Road, Suite 244 Montecito, CA 93108 (888) 512-0498 turnkeyvr.com

Vermin, Rat & Mouse Control Poison Free Malibu (310) 456-0654 poisonfreemalibu.org

Veterinarians & Animal Hospitals Malibu Coast Animal Hospital 23431 Pacific Coast Hwy Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 317-4560 malibuvets.com

Wastewater, Compliance & Water Systems BioSolutions Inc. 5310 Derry Ave., Suite E Agoura Hills, CA 91301 (818) 991-9997 biosolutions.org Ensitu Engineering Inc. 780 Monterey Ave Suite #B Morro Bay, CA 93442 (805) 772-0150 ensitu.com Water Quality Specialists 511 Venture Street Escondido, CA 92029 (760) 745-2228 WQSCA.com

Water Damage Repair Servpro PO Box 1635 Topanga, California 90290 (310) 456-2135 servpromalibu.com

Water Mains & Water Underground Treatment West Basin Municipal Water District 17140 S. Avalon Blvd Carson, CA 90746 (310) 217-2411 westbasin.org

Web & Phone App Design

Malibu Veterinary Clinic 28990 Pacific Coast Highway Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 457-6453 malibuvetclinic.com

Pierson Business Growth Solutions 30702 Monte Lado Drive Malibu, California 90265 (310) 309-0038 mikkepierson.focalpointcoaching.com

Video Production

Tenpenny Construction Company, Inc. 1211 Maricopa Hwy, Ste 221 Ojai, CA 93023 (805) 646-4110 tenpennyconstruction.com

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Web Design Eclectic Electric 29160 Heathercliff Rd. #6208 Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 589-3945 eclecticelectric.com The Business Agency 23805 Stuart Ranch Rd, Suite 105 Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 359-6224 thebusinessagency.com Vivid Candi 22917 Pacific Coast Highway, Suite 200 Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 456-1784 vividcandi.com Willhouse Creative By appointment only willhousecreative.com

Wedding Venues Adamson House Foundation CA State Parks 23200 Pacific Coast Hwy Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 456-8432 adamsonhouse.org Calamigos Ranch & Beach Club 327 S. Latigo Cyn. Road Malibu, CA 90265 (818) 889-6280 calamigos.com Cielo Malibu Estate Vineyards 31424 Mulholland Highway Malibu, CA 90265 (818) 681-4077 woodstockmalibu.com Cornell Winery & Tasting Room 29975 Mulholland Hwy Cornell (Agoura), CA 91301 (818) 735-3542 cornellwinery.com Creative Visions 18820 Pacific Coast Highway Malibu, CA 90265 (323) 829-2677 CreativeVisions.org


Duke’s Malibu 21150 Pacific Coast Hwy Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 317-0777 dukesmalibu.com Fairmont Miramar Hotel & Bungalows 101 Wilshire Boulevard Santa Monica, CA 90401 (310) 576-7777 fairmont.com/santa-monica Four Seasons Westlake Village, CA 2 Dole Drive Westlake Village, CA 91362 (818) 597-3333 fourseasons.com/westlakevillage Malibu Beach Inn 22878 Pacific Coast Hwy Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 456-6444 malibubeachinn.com Malibu Solstice Vineyards 2700 Mar Vista Ridge Drive Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 589-2863 malibusolstice.com Mountains Recreation & Conservation Authority (MRCA) 5750 Ramirez Canyon Road Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 589-3230 lamountains.com Paradise Cove Beach Cafe 28128 Pacific Coast Hwy Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 457-2503 paradisecovemalibu.com Rosenthal - The Malibu Estate 18741 Pacific Coast Hwy Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 456-1392 rosenthalestatewines.com Saddlerock Ranch info@SaddlerockRanch.com (818) 923-6985 saddlerock-ranch.com

The Sunset Restaurant & Beach Bar 6800 Westward Beach Rd E. Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 589-1007 thesunsetrestaurant.com

Wildfire Prevention & Protection Johannessen Construction Company 23838 Pacific Coast Highway, #2125 Malibu, California 90265 (310) 456-3311 johannessenhomes.com Outdoor Fire Protection Landsculpting, Inc. 3643 Sheridge Drive Sherman Oaks, CA 91403 (818) 901-1567 outdoorfireprotection.com waveGUARD Exterior Wildfire Defense Systems (310) 367-3848 waveGUARDco.com

Beach House Luxury by Nick James Designs 850 Hampshire Road, Suite H Westlake Village, CA 91362 (818) 584-5266 nickjamesdesigns.com The Shade Shoppe 21323 Pacific Coast Highway, Suite 104 Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 801-2986 shadeshoppe.com

Windows & Doors Agoura Sash & Door, Inc. 2301 Townsgate Rd Westlake Village, CA 91361 (805) 449-2840 agourasash.com

Wine, Wineries, Tasting Rooms & Vineyards

Wildlife Care

Cielo Malibu Estate Vineyards 31424 Mulholland Highway Malibu, CA 90265 (818) 681-4077 woodstockmalibu.com

California Wildlife Center PO Box 2022 Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 458-9453 cawildlife.org

Cornell Winery & Tasting Room 29975 Mulholland Hwy Cornell (Agoura), CA 91301 (818) 735-3542 cornellwinery.com

Poison Free Malibu (310) 456-0654 poisonfreemalibu.org

Malibu Coast Vintners & Grape Growers Alliance 23838 Pacific Coast Highway, Suite 85 Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 505-4106 malibucoastava.com

Window Cleaning C-Thru Window Cleaning PO Box 4083 Malibu, CA 90264 (310) 456-2886 c-thruwindows.com

Window Coverings

Malibu Family Wines 32111 Mulholland Highway Malibu, CA 90265 (818) 579-2455 malibufamilywines.com

Bay Screens 3225 Pico Blvd Santa Monica, CA 90405 (310) 828-7998 bayscreens.net

Malibu Solstice Vineyards 2700 Mar Vista Ridge Drive Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 589-2863 malibusolstice.com

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MALIBU REBUILDS » ARTS MOVEMENT » WELLNESS » BUSINESS Chabad of Malibu 22933 Pacific Coast Hwy. Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 456-6588 jewishmalibu.com

Wine, Wineries, Tasting Rooms & Vineyards (CONT.) Rosenthal - The Malibu Estate 18741 Pacific Coast Hwy Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 456-1392 rosenthalestatewines.com

Malibu Fellowship 3602 Winter Canyon Road Malibu, CA 90265 (424) 346-2269 ascendmalibu.com

Saddlerock Ranch info@SaddlerockRanch.com (818) 923-6985 saddlerock-ranch.com

Malibu Jewish Center & Synagogue 24855 Pacific Coast Hwy Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 456-2178 mjcs.org

Strange Family Vineyards Tasting Room 3939 Cross Creek Road, C140 Malibu, CA - California 90265 (310) 456-9025 strangefamilyvineyards.com

Malibu Pacific Church 3324 Malibu Canyon Road Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 456-1611 malibupres.org

Worship Calvary Chapel Malibu P.O. Box 6341 Malibu, CA 90264 (424) 235-4463 ccmalibu.com

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Malibu United Methodist Church 30128 Morning View Drive Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 457-7505 malibuumc.org Waveside Church P.O.Box 901 Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 774-1927 wavesidechurch.com

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