Opinion: Small vs. Large Businesses in Malibu

Scarlett Craven STAFF WRITER For years Malibu has been welcoming new small and big businesses, although the new big businesses have not been welcomed by Malibu’s locals . Malibu’s businesses range from chain grocery stores owned by corporations to small clothing boutiques run by a local parent. These stores, big or small, make up the…

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Past the Pinnacle of Pop Punk’s Popularity

Megan Lickhalter OPINION EDITOR In the past year, the pop punk genre has made a comeback into mainstream media, thanks to up-and-coming band, 5 Seconds of Summer and their fanbase.   Punk music began in the ‘70s with bands such as the Sex Pistols and the Ramones, but did not become popularized or mainstream until…

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Paradise Cove: a Private Paradise

  By: Roman Jensen Many tourists have the misconception that Paradise Cove is a public beach, but it’s not. Here in Malibu, there are public beaches like Zuma, Westward, and Broad Beach, and there are private beaches, which only residents of the area can access. One of these private beaches is Paradise Cove Beach. Paradise…

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iCloud Your Judgement

4Chan user under the name “Original Guy” released a flood of nude photos of various big-name celebrities to public image sharing websites on Sunday, August 31. The mass leak of photos has been termed “The Fappening,” and has since made its way into the home of almost every teenage boy in the world. In addition…

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Save your Soul; Ditch the Cycle

A dark hot room, loud music, sweat, and intense shouting. Guess where you are? Shockingly, it is not a cult meeting, but rather just another day at Malibu’s newly opened cycling studio, SoulCycle, which has taken the country by storm. Last February, the intense cycling work-out company opened a studio in Cross Creek, where hundreds…

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How Flappy Bird Ruined My Life

By: Riley Riley STAFF WRITER January 7th: Today I downloaded this new game called Flappy Bird. You are supposed to make this little yellow bird jump through green pipes. All my friends say it’s hard and super addicting, it can’t be that bad. I’ll be fine. January 7th: This game is so much harder than I…

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Matrixed ya!

  By Jack Klane STAFF WRITER, OVERLORD n a surprise turn of events, an experimental study conducted by a ten year old with a beginner’s chemistry set has debunked everything we know about science and has proven that we live in the universe established in the 1999 film The Matrix. On Tuesday, February 18th, a…

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Google Glass Goes Rogue

By: Ryan Bartlett Issues surrounding the new sensational product, Google Glass and its recent software update still pose massive threats to Yuppies everywhere. The total body count is somewhere around 1,500 and counting – it claims new victims everyday. There is also great concern that the sadistic software may somehow get online and affect the…

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The Fall of Facebook

By: Maisy Tarlow Many students across the nation, and particularly at Malibu High School, are not using Facebook as often as they once did and some have stopped using Facebook altogether. Over the past two years, other social media networks such as Twitter and Instagram, have been replacing Facebook as preferred social media outlets. These…

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Batman v.s. Superman

By: Cole Murphy Ben Affleck is said to be replacing Bale as Batman in the Batman and Superman movie that is to be released in 2015, and we all know that is going to be a train wreck so I’m not even going to touch on that. Rather I am here to tell you about…

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