A Malibu, California, resident has voiced concern over illegal skateboarding after witnessing three downhill skateboarders racing down Encinal Canyon Road, a steep and narrow road between Agoura and Malibu, the Agoura Hills Patch reported Wednesday. "These skateboarders could have been killed by an impatient driver, or hit a rock and been badly injured," Sonia Ottusch told Patch.As it turned out, the skateboarders were Ross Druckrey, Ethan Cochard, and Arian..Read More →
Southern California's most iconic summer pointbreak, Surfrider Beach in Malibu, has been suffering from a pesky closeout problem in recent years. The inlet has been breaching at the east end of Malibu Lagoon. And as a result, the upper points are starved of sand while the wave at First Point is being broken up by a sandbar.The current positioning of the inlet is also causing problems for the city of Malibu due to the rapid erosion of the land surrounding the historic Adamson..Read More →
Yet another reminder that we're not the only ones in the lineup at Malibu. National Geographic has decided to bring back the popular and very interesting series "Expedition Great White," only now they're calling it "Shark Men." Regardless of what you think of the name change this is a great series that will absolutely raise shark awareness, especially if you're a surfer near Malibu. After their renowned shooting crews traveled back to Mexico's Guadalupe Island,..Read More →
Saving The World, One Wave at a Time: Malibu to be dedicated the first World Surfing Reserve Oct 9thGRINDTV NEWSWIRE- Malibu, California September 30, 2010What's a pristine, world-class surfing area worth? On Saturday, October 9, 2010, Malibu locals, fellow Californians and worldwide surfers and environmentalists will answer that question, when they dedicate Malibu's Surfrider Beach and the surrounding area as the very first World Surfing Reserve."These..Read More →
After years of battling, The Los Angeles Regional Water Quality Control Board voted 5-2 to ban new septic systems in central and eastern Malibu, and more importantly, force existing ones to halt waste water discharges by the year 2020. The decision is a huge milestone in the effort to improve water quality in the lower Malibu Creek watershed and Surfrider Beach. The decision translates into a huge win for The Surfrider Foundation's West Los Angeles/Malibu Chapter along with a..Read More →
By Ben MarcusWhite sharks aren't exactly uncommon along the Malibu coast although, like movie stars, the alpha predators are pretty good at staying out of sight, and are only occasionally seen and photographed.Now Los Angeles surfers, kayakers and ocean goers are on edge after local surf shop owner Randy Wright captured startling photos of a juvenile great white shark jumping completely out of the water. On October 3, Wright was kayaking off the coast of Malibu doing..Read More →
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