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This morning in Malibu

Another Adam-and-Eve, dawn of creation sunrise. It had an unpromising start with the sea as flat and dull as slate, no horizon, no sky. 15 september, 2006 7 a.m.Then, at about 7 a.m., a crack in the clouds, a small, sweet swell in the Pacific and all at once it's heroic and stirring and cinematic and you go a little nuts and want to shout 'Don't eat that apple! Don't drink the Kool-Aid! Re-think PCH!'
Yeah, nutty. But you can help fight the Liquid Natural Gas platform the Aussies want to park in the middle of our beautiful, fragile piece of paradise. The benefit's tonight at Bluffs Park. Al Gore's global warming movie, An Inconvenient Truth, screens at 7:30 p.m. It's free. (But please donate.) A snazzy reception with Real Movie Stars - hosted by Pierce Brosnan - in the rather humble Community Center costs a minimum of $250. Scroll down to yesterday's post for details. To RSVP to the benefit portion of the event call 310/230-4210.
(And as always, you can click the pix for a bigger view.)

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