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Urban vs. Suburban Coyotes Eat Different Diets

If you don’t want coyotes moving into your neighborhood, stop feeding them your leftovers.  The final result of a multi-year National Park Service (NPS) and California State University Northridge (CSUN) research project…

Having Fun in the Time of COVID-19

Conjuring up references to Dickens’ famous phrase, “it was the best of times, it was the worst of times,” many Malibu area business people and Coronavirus-entrepreneurs worldwide have pivoted, tailoring their business…

More Resources Compiled by Messenger Staff

Theatricum Botanicum / Academy of the Classics is launching two online professional classes at greatly reduced prices with powerhouse teachers to provide an opportunity to engage with language, art, and one another.…

Easter Bunny at Large

There were no family get-togethers this Easter, no public church services, no community egg hunts, not even picnics in the park, but nothing, not even coronavirus, could keep the Easter Bunny from…

Poetry One

April is Poetry Month and the world is in quarantine. Considering the situation, it seemed appropriate to mine our local poets for their perspectives on coronavirus/COVID-19 and philosophies of life. Longtime resident…

Poetry Four

HIS NAME   A woman on the street calls him “Marshmallow–” she clearly eats too many “sweets.” A stranger at the park calls “Snowball!” Turns out he’s from Minnesota.   “Cotton Ball!”…

Wildlife Crossing Work Continues

Because of the ongoing support thus far from the #SaveLACougars community, Beth Pratt, California Regional Executive Director, National Wildlife Federation (NWF) and Leader, #SaveLACougars Campaign, reports they have secured funding for the…

Listen to the Church Bells Ring

The Topanga Christian Fellowship Church, in keeping with the L.A. Department of Health Coronavirus Pandemic order, will be closed to all events. The church bell, however, will be rung every day between…