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That was then

1950s malibuI was telling a friend yesterday about the 4th of July in Malibu, how the streets were choked with traffic all day and, that night, the skies were choked with fireworks smoke. Like locals in neighborhoods all over the county, we hunkered down and wondered at all the visitors. According to the local papers, more than 800,000 people made Malibu their Independence Day home base. It was lively and lovely and maddeningly hard. Which is why this little postcard of 1950s Malibu is so appealing. That's the entrance to the pier on the right, if you're looking for landmarks.

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