Story deserved front page status

I don’t often write letters to the newspapers. I read my Acorn weekly to keep up with pertinent issues that surround our community. As I viewed this week’s issue, I smiled about the picture of the cars and story, I even felt a little nostalgic when I saw the 59-year-old Gidget holding her surfboard. To my surprise, when I got […]


Art festival set for Malibu

Nearly 200 artists from California and other Western states will display fine paintings, sculpture, photography, modern arts and crafts at the 29th annual Malibu Art Festival from 9:30 a.m. to5 p.m. on Sat. and Sun., July 29-30, at the Malibu Civic Center, between Cross Creek and Webb Way. This year, the festival will showcase ocean-themed painting, sculpture and mosaics. Also […]

Kids take creative candle-making class

Church has new pastor

Church has new pastor The Rev. Rob Calderhead has been appointed Senior Pastor of the United Methodist Church of Westlake Village. He replaces John Nagel, who served the congregation as senior minister since 1980 and now will succeed Calderhead at Hope United Methodist Church in Rancho Bernardo. Calderhead, 54, had served the Rancho Bernardo church since 1984. Calderhead has a […]

Cash flow shouldn’t be top priority

The Agoura Hills/Calabasas Community Center is a huge success. Last week’s report that the two cities are making money on this venture is, at first glance, a real positive. I ask that the members of the Joint Powers Authority that operates this facility examine that bottom line. Shouldn’t the overriding goal of this public project be to provide recreational activities […]

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