Some park, ballfield opponents might get what they deserve

Some park, ballfield opponents might get what they deserve It’s one of those "good news, bad news" scenarios that you’ve heard about. Picture in your mind a small group of residents smugly smiling as they leave city council chambers in Westlake Village. They’ve just won a victory. The public park that they so vehemently criticized has been voted down for […]

Kuehl gets money 101 Freeway study

The state Assembly recently passed a budget that includes, at the request of State Assemblywoman Sheila Kuehl, $3 million for a major study of the 101 Freeway corridor from downtown Los Angeles to the Ventura County line. The study will develop a comprehensive plan to reduce traffic congestion, improve traffic safety and reduce air pollution along the 101 corridor. Questions […]

Free day camp offered for young asthmatics

The American Lung Association of Santa Barbara and Ventura Counties is offering a free summer day camp, Camp Wheez, for children with asthma from 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., July 24 through 28 at Sacred Heart School in Ventura. Children planning to enter grades 1-6 in the fall are eligible to attend. Camp Wheez is designed for the special needs […]

Voeltz a ‘Rambling Wreck’

Acorn Sports Writer

When Erin Voeltz was a young girl, her mom, Linda, got her involved in ballet and gymnastics. It seemed like the thing to do. "Because I didn’t have brothers and sisters," Linda Voeltz said, "as an only child, I thought the mother of a girl has to do the ‘girl things.’" Fortunately for Westlake High School and all of Erin […]

Cantor Brown to perform in Los Angeles

Sam Brown, Cantor Emeritus of Temple Beth Hillel, will present an afternoon of songs and stories for all generations at 4 p.m. on Sun., July 23 at the Workmen’s Circle/Arbeter Ring, 1525 S. Robertson Blvd., Los Angeles. Cantor Brown’s program will begin with an exploration of the Yiddish roots of several great Jewish Broadway composers including George Gershwin and Irving […]


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