2001-02-15

Coyotes win in soccer



Starting this week is the CIF tournament. This year the Calabasas boys’ soccer team, finished with a 15-5-4 record, and took third place in league. They’re looking to go as far as they did last year. The Coyotes made it to the semifinals of the CIF payoffs last year. The past few weeks, the team had some success. They recently […]

Swing dance performance coming to Gindi



"SwingDance America," an exuberant celebration of three generations of swing dance––both the music and social context––will be presented Feb. 24, 25 and 27 at the University of Judaism’s Gindi Auditorium. Featuring 10 dancers, the show offers a broad mix of dance solos, duets, small groups and full company numbers, and looks at the roots of Swing in the 20s and […]

Updated Cul-de-sac Home



This Westlake Village cul-de-sac beauty has been superbly updated with dual pane windows, gleaming wood floors and attractive tiles. There is a 3-car garage, huge and private backyard, and a spa surrounded by brick. The home includes 2 family room areas, 3 bedrooms plus an office, and a tile roof. Please call Shirley Richards of Coldwell Banker at (805) 370-2851 […]

A Gorgeous Cul-de-sac Home With Dramatic Architecture



This gorgeous single-story home has dramatic architecture, including high-volume ceilings, 4 bedrooms, 3.5 baths and an office. The extra-large living room has a fireplace and custom cabinetry. The gourmet kitchen has a center island and granite counters, plus an eating area. The family room has a fireplace, custom entertain center plus a wet bar. There is a spacious dining room. […]

New group CHS girls start a club with international flair -school section



New group CHS girls start a club with international flair -school section

Parents take action with Action

Acorn Staff Writer

The men and women who formed a large circle in the middle of the room all admitted they had a problem. Not theirs, but their children’s. "Hi, my name is Virginia and my son is Christopher, 17," said one of the parents. "Last week I think I hit rock bottom with him." One by one the parents went around the […]

Keep realistic attitudes about teenage pregnancy



Although strides have been taken in preventing teen pregnancy, California still leads the nation in teen pregnancies. A new statewide survey about sexuality education and teen pregnancy shows Californians believe that one of the most effective methods for addressing teen pregnancy is to encourage parent-child discussions. Studies show that children can benefit from learning from their parents and other significant […]

OPHS girls go unbeaten to win basketball title

Acorn Sports Writer

After Oak Park’s girls’ basketball team clinched the Tri-Valley League championship last week with a win over St. Bonaventure, juniors Michelle Bregar and Holly Stewart said part of the incentive was to get the crown for the team’s two seniors, Kim Bryan and Alexis Stiny. "We wanted to win this game for the seniors because they’ve been working so hard […]

Singers are coming to St. Max



Singers are coming to St. Max The Men’s Club of Saint Maximilian Kolbe Catholic Church is sponsoring "America Sings," an evening of musical entertainment for the entire family at the church at 7:30 p.m. on Sat., Feb. 24. The concert will feature the New Horizon Singers and the Pacific Pops Orchestra directed by Sheldon Cohen. Selections will include: "It’s a […]

This Westlake Trails Home Has Extended Views, Balcony



You can enjoy the ambiance of Westlake Trails in this exceptional home of more than 5,000 sq.ft. on a sweeping one-third acre corner lot. The home has 4 spacious bedrooms and 3.5 baths, with the luxurious master upstairs featuring a romantic fireplace, French doors and a balcony with extended views. The large upgraded kitchen has Corian countertops, a center island […]