Dana Goodyear

staff writer at the New Yorker, host of the podcast “Lost Hills”

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On the second season of the “Lost Hills” podcast, a mother and son from Malibu drowned off the coast of Santa Cruz Island in 1981. The husband has been in prison for their murder.

‘Lost Hills’ podcast returns with a Santa Cruz Island drowning and rumors in Malibu

On the second season of the “Lost Hills” podcast, a mother and son from Malibu drowned off the coast of Santa Cruz Island in 1981. The husband has been in prison for their murder.

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In the mountains above Malibu in June 2018, Tristan Beaudette was shot and killed in the middle of the night.

‘Lost Hills’ podcast investigates murder of a man camping in Malibu and how police responded

In the mountains above Malibu in June 2018, Tristan Beaudette was shot and killed in the middle of the night.

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There are rosé-flavored candies, donuts and ice cream. Now Driscoll’s is offering rosé-flavored strawberries.

Rosé-flavored strawberries: marketing ploy or truly delicious?

There are rosé-flavored candies, donuts and ice cream. Now Driscoll’s is offering rosé-flavored strawberries.

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