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Articles about Malibu

By Sara Schneider / Sunset
Waves and vines Malibu Coast is now an official AVA (American Viticultural Area). And while the current drought has prompted a temporary ban on new vineyards here, the existing ones are producing excellent Chardonnays and Pinot Noirs closer to ...
By Ted Loos
Malibu has symbolized sun, fun and celebs for decades, but the region just north of L.A. is also becoming famous for another reason: wine. Malibu is one of the country’s newest AVAs, or American Viticultural Areas. Turns out, up in the hills, ther...
By Erika Owen
For a decade, there's been one, cranky billionaire refusing to allow a pathway to run through their property to provide more public access to the 1.5-mile Carbon Beach (aka "Billionaire's Beach"). Last Tuesday, that solo beach monger fell to the d...
By Kate Betts
Watch Video of T+L's Favorite Beach Getaways Everybody has a chronic travel daydream, the escape to fantasize about when conference calls drag on or e-mail gluts the in-box. In the grip of a deadline I’m a surf-side California dreamer. I can’t ...
By Rachel B. Levin
By Rachel B. Levin

Hotels in Malibu

In Los Angeles, there’s no better place than Malibu to rub shoulders with film-industry elite, whether on the beaches (all are public) or at nearby hot spots. Perhaps that’s why media mogul David Geffen stepped in and reopened the Malibu Beach Inn in 2007.