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When dressage trainer Angie Grove bid her two horses Saki and Sundance good night on Thursday, November 8, she had no idea the terrifying ordeal she and her horses would endure over the next 48 hours. To read Angie's full harrowing story, h
Stave off the cold this weekend, with Malibu chef Monica Castillo's winter squash soup. Delicious, comforting and nutritious, this recipe takes less than an hour of cooking time and makes a beautiful appetizer or vegetarian main dish. Head
When Dr. Dean Graulich received evacuation notices at his Malibu Park home on November 9, he filled his car primarily with supplies for the Malibu Coast Animal Hospital, the pet hospital he owns with his wife, Dr. Dana DePerno. "I wish now
Wildfire photographer Ray Ford captured this image of the smoldering coals left behind when a home on Horizon Drive burned on November 9. In the background, other homes are still burning. By this time most of them had been reduced to rubble
@activitymonster captured this incredible shot celebrating female surfers #MalibuCaptured
As Rebecca Hackett fled down flame-engulfed Kanan, she unknowingly recorded much of the terrifying drive. After she posted the video on Instagram, it went viral. Read Rebecca's full story in our Special Collector's Edition, out on stands no
Photographer, David Mills captured this incredible image of a Trancas Canyon resident standing guard as the fire raced towards the Pacific Ocean on November 9th. #MalibuStrong #WoolseyFire
Lawrence Whalen fought flames for hours to save his West Malibu home. Looking at his Apple watch afterward, it said he'd run sixty miles. Read his full story in our Special Collector's Edition, out on stands now. #MalibuStrong #MMInTheirOwn
Get a glimpse into Scott Gillen's newest and most ambitious project yet: The Case, a luxurious 6-home development on the Bluffs. Read the full story on our website. Photography by @erich.editorial #MalibuLiving #Malibumag
When Chris Penny arrived at his El Matador "Dream Home" after the fire, he found only rubble. Then, in the garden, he spotted a miracle: Entropiano, totally unscathed. Read the full story in our Special Collector's Edition, out on stands
When the Woolsey Fire swept few Malibu, a handful of brave residents, such as the Point Dume Bombers, stayed behind to protect countless homes. Read their stories in our Special Collector's issue, out on stands now. 📸: @jackplatn
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