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http://www.lpainc.com/ "This is really a momentous occasion. Prior to this makeover, Malibu Library, as we all know, stood virtually unchanged from 1963. The library that we are celebrating today is unique to the city of Malibu," Mayor Laura Zahn Rosenthal said in a ceremony that lasted nearly an hour.
The disappearance of Elizabeth Smart was one of the most publicized child abduction cases of the modern era. At just 14 years old, just before graduating from middle school, Elizabeth was abducted at knifepoint from her own bedroom in the middle of the night. She was brutally ripped away from her home and family and held captive for nine months. Elizabeth shared her inspiring story of overcoming unimaginable fear, abuse, and loneliness. She will discuss topics such as triumphing over adversity, the importance and process of recovery, and not allowing your past to dictate your future. Having lived through a nightmarish experience, Elizabeth shared her insights about the importance of never giving up hope during times of struggle.
VLOG/006 The rain has finally allowed the Escondido Falls to flow again. Truly an amazing experience hiking in with some of my favorite people. Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ajaylapray/?hl=en Twitter: https://twitter.com/AJLapray Music: Dreams by Joakim Karud https://soundcloud.com/joakimkarud Creative Commons — Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported— CC BY-SA 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/b... Music provided by Audio Library https://youtu.be/VF9_dCo6JT4
Michael Backes, one of the foremost experts and advocates of medical cannabis, was featured at the Malibu Library Speaker Series on July 15, 2015. His recent book "Cannabis Pharmacy: The Practical Guide to Medical Marijuana" offers an evidence-based guide on the chemistry and applications of medical cannabis, what ailments it can treat, and the different medicinal cannabis strains.
August 15, 2016 by BOBBY CARTER • Good luck trying to classify Anderson .Paak and his band The Free Nationals. Much of their sound is layered atop a soulful hip-hop foundation; from there, your safest bet is to call it a hodgepodge of genres in the best way possible. Guitarist Jose Rios and bassist Kelsey Gonzalez inject a hard-rock edge into the Hi-Tek-produced "Come Down," this set's opening number. When you hear them play the first few jazz chords of "Heart Don't Stand A Chance," it's hard to simply call this R&B. It's been a slow build for .Paak, who released a few mixtapes before his 2014 debut album Venice. This year has marked his official breakout with Malibu, on which he did what so many in his position fail to do: He capitalized. After bursting into the spotlight with his appear...
How to make coconut liqueur Malibu Malibu liqueur Ingredients Coconut flakes - 160 g Vodka - 0,5 L Vanilla sugar - a pinch of it condensed milk - 1 can Water - 200 Ml Cooking process Fill up the jar with flakes and alcohol, let it infuse for 7 days at room temperature, mixing it from time to time. Afterwards filter it through 2-4 layered cheese cloth, add condensed milk, vanilla sugar and water. Mis it well and leave it for 3-4 days in the fridge. Eliturate it, so that the coconut fat settle down on the bottom and wallside of the jar. Leave it for another 7 days at room temperature and then repeat the elituration using the siphon pipe. To get it ready just let it infuse 7 more days. Homemade Malibu has rich coconut smell and taste with tender flavour of condensed milk. It goes well with ...
The Library Speaker Series featured Dara Torres, author of the best-sellers "Age is Just a Number" and "Gold Medal Fitness," on March 16, 2016. Torres is arguably the fastest female swimmer in America. Dara spoke about what it takes to be a world champion, staying graceful in defeat, and staying fit into the fifties. She has competed in five Olympic games and has won 12 Olympic medals.
City of Malibu, Public Library of Los Angeles County Malibu Branch and Pepperdine University partnered to present the special Earth Month Malibu Library Speaker Series. Bill McKibben, one of the world's leading climate change activists and environmental author spoke to more than 400 at the university on Wednesday, April 6, 2016 about the need to act to combat climate change.