A church in one of Southern California's wealthiest communities says it has stopped serving dinners to the homeless, under pressure from the city.Reggie Goco's organization ran the program until earlier this month.
Malibu church pressured to end homeless dinners, with some saying it lures needy to upscale city – LA Times
Now Malibu church pressured to end homeless dinners, with some saying it lures needy to upscale city Malibu United Methodist Church hosts a dinner for the homeless last week.The twice-weekly meals are set to end after city officials suggested they were attracting more homeless people and risking crime.
Tyrone Valiant, 70, walks up the hill from the bus stop for the Wednesday night homeless meal at the Malibu United Methodist Church in Malibu, Calif.(Photo by Jordan Graham, Orange County Register/SCNG)Pastor Sandy Liddell visits with Malibu resident Craig Clark during the Wednesday night homeless meal at the Malibu United Methodist Church in Malibu, Calif.
Why: The Malibu Pier is just what you’d expect from this small, wealthy, health-conscious community: No cotton candy, no amusement rides.Its most recent restaurant tenant is Malibu Farm, which runs full-service dining and bar at the base, and counter service at the end of the pier.
Elizabeth Topp and Warren Tarell of the Yoga Beam
Many aspects of health and wellness were represented at last Sunday’s first annual “Health, Wellness & Fitness Fair” by the Malibu Chamber of Commerce.While attendance at the fair was a little disappointing, Bruderlin said it was only the first year.
Room at the Beach hosted Malibu locals and visitors who came to meet acclaimed cooking teacher and author Pamela Salzman for a book signing and cooking demonstration on Thursday afternoon.Her philosophy, “Eat Well, Live Well and Be Well,” stems from her lifelong love of food, cooking, gardening and nutrition.
Guests sampled a Thai vegetable curry dish — a fragrant, succulent entrée with spices that permeated the Room at the Beach.“I use so much cauliflower these days, I don’t remember my life before cauliflower,” Salzman said.
And don’t forget to try the new Malibu Pineapple too!Shake and strain into a chilled highball glass filled with ice cubes.
Well, if you’re not cooking up a bacon storm for International Bacon Day or kicking back on a major Netflix sesh, maybe you should try making this really easy rainbow Malibu fudge.First Layer: Combine one cup (140g) of white chocolate chips and 1/2 cup (70g) sweetened condensed milk in a microwave safe bowl.