Taking Control, Becoming Whole: Women Tickled “P.ink” with Mastectomy Tattoos

When Westlake Village resident Sherri Rosenthal, then 60, learned she had stage 1 breast cancer in 2013, she reacted calmly. Even though the invasive ductal cancer tumor in her left breast was small and not aggressive, she told the breast surgeon she wanted both breasts removed.

Walk 3to9 & the Dr. Susan Love Foundation:

The Dr. Susan Love Foundation for Breast Cancer Research—the largest national breast cancer charity based in Los Angeles—believes that ending breast cancer lies at the intersection of research and innovative partnerships.

Q360 Club: Forging the Path to Balanced Health & Wellness

“Energy is everything and everything is energy. If you wish to understand the universe, think of energy, frequency and vibration.” —Nikola Tesla

Early Detection is the Best Prevention

Breast cancer is the second most common cancer and the second leading cause of cancer-related death in women, representing approximately 14% of all new cancer cases in the United States. Treatments for breast cancer have significantly advanced and survival rates have steadily improved since the 1990s. Early detection has contributed greatly, and one of the easiest things every woman can…

Patient-Focused Physician Aims to Improve Vision for All

From the time we open them in the morning until we close them at bedtime, our eyes play a very important role in our lives and well-being. So when age-related or genetic issues affect our vision, an experienced, skilled physician like Dr. Rajesh Khanna of Khanna Vision Institute in Westlake Village is essential to restoring your eyes to health.

Connecting with Community:

Each year, hundreds of alumni across the nation serve with their local chapters at nonprofit organizations on Step Forward Day—which was established more than three decades ago by two Seaver College students and now involves alumni, parents, faculty and staff from all five of Pepperdine's schools.

Malibu Chili Cook-Off Challenge and Carnival Benefits Area Youth

Residents who want to help Malibu youth and love chili can come with an appetite for the Boys and Girls Club of Malibu’s (BGCM) 38th Annual Chili Cook-Off Challenge, starting Friday, August 30 through Monday, September 2.

Malibu’s 2nd Poet Laureate Shares Joy of Her Craft

Prose-loving locals have likely crossed paths with Malibu’s second Poet Laureate, Ellen Reich, a longtime area resident and prolific writer who enjoys sharing her love of poetry with the community.

College Bound

This fall, like thousands of other parents, I will take my baby to school, just as I have hundreds of other times, but this time will be different. This September, I’ll drop my little girl off at school, but I won’t be picking her up later that afternoon—no, this time she’s off to college, where she will likely remain until…

Parkening International Guitar Competition Attracts World-Class Talent

Musicians from around the globe gathered at Pepperdine University’s Smothers Theatre this summer to compete in the prestigious Parkening International Guitar Competition. Twenty-three-year-old Andrea Roberto from Italy wowed the audience and took first placewith his interpretation of Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco’s Concerto No. 1 in D Major during the sold-out final round held Saturday, June 1. In addition to the Gold Medal…