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Malibu protest

It's a popular corner in Malibu, this grassy lot next to PCH. Every interest group with an annual event has staked a claim here - the Kiwanas Chili Cookoff, the Lion's Club flea market, the Methodist Church's Pie Festival, the film festival, the annual Christmas/Hanukkah displays.

Last night the spot played host to a group of anti-war protestors holding signs and waving like mad to honking motorists. A sheriff's deputy parked his cruiser across the street for a bit, then lost interest and drove off.

Next up: A screening of "The Mummy," on a portable screen at the Malibu Pier on Saturday at 7 p.m. (888.310.PIER.)

As my mother would will say, "Wear a sweater!"

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