The Acorn Newspapers
Through his Ventura County-based nonprofit, Runners for Public Lands, Vic Thasiah works to preserve outdoor spaces and public lands.
Owner Helene Henderson wrote “Malibu Farm Sunrise to Sunset” in the wake of the 2018 Woolsey Fire.
How Joel Burchfield Bridge Came To Be (Sept. 13, 2021): Reporter Makena Huey makes her Branching Out debut to discuss… Read more Branching Out with The Acorn Newspapers | Podcast Episodes
READ ORIGINAL ARTICLE Shaleena Tareen always wanted to write a book, but she never knew what to write about and… Read more Newbury Park Educator Shares the Power of Positivity
Being a journalist at the height of distrust of the media is challenging, especially for those who are early in their careers. But journalists and those who study journalism are working through the problem to find solutions — most of which revolve around relationships and education.
College Media Association Best Special Issue First Place If it bleeds, it leads” — a phrase that suggests sensationalized stories… Read more The Graphic Special Edition Spring 2021 | If It Bleeds
Dedicating so much of ourselves to the news at a time when it is distrusted more than ever before is… Read more Letter from the Editors | If It Bleeds
A childhood stuffed animal. A Bible. A late parent’s watch. A home. A friend. Everything. On Nov. 8, 2018, the… Read more A Journey from Ruin to Resilience: The Malibu Community Reflects on Woolsey
Nation-wide stay-at-home orders, aimed to protect the public from COVID-19, created a worst-case scenario for many domestic violence victims, who… Read more Domestic Violence Victims Face Increased Risk During Pandemic