June 15, 2017 RSS feed / Community

Worker killed while stopped on Reyes Adobe Road

Alan Mulder, a 68-year-old landscape contractor and family patriarch, sustained fatal injuries Sat., June 10 when a passing car struck him while he was standing next to his work truck on Reyes Adobe Road in Agoura Hills.  More...

Westlake Village making plans for big Fourth

Activities include pancake breakfast, games, fireworks

Westlake Village will offer plenty of activities on Tues., July 4. The day will begin with the Boy Scout Troop No. 752 pancake breakfast at 8 a.m. at the former Westlake Village hospital site at 4415 Lakeview Canyon Road. More...

Mentors lead students to success

South Central Scholars help low-income students of color graduate

At 21 years old, Jasmin Jones recently graduated from Brown University with a 3.8 GPA, and already has a job lined up at a tech company in Miami. More...

Writing group offers pearls of wisdom

The San Fernando Valley branch of the California Writers Club, which meets at the Motion Picture and Television Fund in Calabasas, has released an anthology of essays, poetry and short stories to mark its 30th anniversary. More...

Wanted: More men who dare to care

Grass-roots movement has one goal: doing good for others

As the mostly male group gathered on the patio of the Sherwood Lake Club overlooking the pool, Nathan Stockmeir shot straight from the hip.  “You know the saying ‘It’s not our first rodeo?’” he said through a microp More...

Briefs

Ham radio fans will have afield day The Conejo Valley Amateur Radio Club will participate in the annual 24-hour Field Day Emergency Communication Exercise. The exercise will start at 11 a.m. More...

Chabad honors Mayor Weber

FRIENDSHIP CIRCLE—Rabbi Moshe Bryski from the Chabad of the Conejo, left, and longtime friend Denis Weber, mayor of Agoura Hills, enjoy a moment at the Chabad’s June 11 gala fundraiser. More...

TV show goes on school district radar

Harsh topics come to life

Why? The story line includes rape, girl-on-girl bullying and other depictions of what goes on at many schools throughout the nation. More...

Birds of a feather

TAKE A GANDER—This pair of geese is protecting their single precious egg on one of the small “islands” that dot the shoreline at Lake Calabasas. More...

Moms and tots can get into the spirit

Free demo at gym

Calabasas Mommy and Savvy Mom Promotions will present a free demo class for Calabasas Mommy Spirit Day from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sun., June 25 at the Little Gym of Thousand Oaks/ Simi Valley, 1070 Country Club Drive, Ste. F, Simi Valley. More...

All about feathers, flippers and fur

Family picnic in Malibu will support local wildlife

The California Wildlife Center will host its inaugural Feathers, Flippers and Fur Family Picnic from 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Sat., June 24 at Malibu Bluffs Park, 24250 Pacific Coast Highway. More...

Enchanted evening

Dance theater group and experimental musician put on show as the sun sets over Peter Strauss Ranch

PERFORMANCE ART—Above, Teresa Toogie Barcelo is part of a one-night-only collaborative performance June 3 that celebrates a recent art installation by Los Angeles painter Kim West in the empty More...