App for That

New App Forces Rich Malibu Residents to Share Beaches With The Underclasses

Enter here. (Photo: Kickstarter)

There’s only two things that Southern California has going for it: Lisa Vanderpump and the beaches. But the latter is being threatened by rich oligarchs who are intentionally misleading swimmers with fake signs warning them of trespassing, despite the fact that their beaches are open to the public.

Now there’s a new app called “Our Malibu Beaches” that’s exposing those entrances that border the 27 miles of beachfront property. It was funded in a month-long Kickstarter campaign for a mere $30,000, or a partial down payment on a Bugatti convertible.  Read More

Ball So Hard

ICYMI, Larry Ellison Owns a Big Chunk of Malibu Now

Maybe he's just got the soul of a collector.

What’s a guy gotta to do get a little peace and quiet in Tinseltown? One tech billionaire isn’t taking any chances. The L.A. Times reports that Larry Ellison, Oracle CEO and seafarer, has snapped up almost two dozen pieces of property in sunny Malibu. This is in addition to his ownership of the Hawaiian island of Lanai.

Hey, in the New Digital Age ™, privacy is the most valuable commodity there is.

According to the Times: Read More