City officials say sign is too large for Westlake Village

Acorn Staff Writer

Homestore.com is going back to the drawing board. In a business where bright colors, glossiness and presentation are everything, Homestore has been asked to scale down its business sign. Last week at the Westlake Village City Council meeting, the Internet company that specializes in media and technology in the home and real estate industry proposed a sign for its corporate […]

Arts and crafts on display

ARTS AND CRAFTS SHOW––Three-year-old Ellie Strauch and her mom, Ann, look over the colorful selection of Easter bunnies handmade by Debbie and Mitch Schrader of Thousand Oaks. The annual Arts and Crafts Show Saturday in Mae Boyer Park was organized by Rancho Simi Recreation and Park District. More than 40 vendors displayed handcrafted items oriented for spring and designed for […]

Nominees sought for annual L.A. County Access awards

Nominees sought for annual L.A. County Access awards The Los Angeles County Commission on Disabilities and the Board of Supervisors, in celebration of October 2001 as Disability Awareness Month, will be honoring outstanding individuals in the community for their advocacy of disability rights at the 10th annual Access awards luncheon on Oct. 17. The primary purpose of the awards luncheon […]

Crocodile tale on stage

Theatreworks/USA will present its new musical, "Lyle, Lyle, Crocodile," at 10 a.m. and noon, Mon., April 23 in the Fred Kavli Theatre at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza. The story follows a young crocodile named Lyle who turns up – singing and eating caviar – in the bathtub of the Primm family, and his quest to be reunited with […]

Inside the Warrior Dugout

Inside the Warrior Dugout by Mike Nickeas Nickeas is a catcher on the Westlake Warrior baseball team. To all you underclassman out there, listen up. This could be the most beneficial article you ever read prior to your junior season. The college recruiting process is rough and you need to be educated about it. I went through the recruiting process […]

Thanks for helping the Agoura Hills Farmers’ Market

The friends of the New Agoura Hills Library opened the Agoura Hills Certified Farmers’ Market in September 1995 with the goal of raising money toward a new library in Agoura Hills. The market has been open five years and has raised over $60,000 toward that goal. We would like to thank Vance and Pat Moran for allowing us the use […]

Cops N’ Jocks Oak Park fundraiser will host some special attractions -Page 11

Cops N’ Jocks Oak Park fundraiser will host some special attractions -Page 11

From Jason, with love CHUCK ROGERS/The Acorn

From Jason, with love CHUCK ROGERS/The Acorn AUTOGRAPH PARTY––Columnist Jason Love, right, signs his new book of cartoons, titled "SnapShots" for the Hollinger family on Saturday during a book signing at Waldenbooks in the Oaks Mall. The Hollingers, Mary Kay and Mark, daughter, Anna and son, Mickey, are residents of Agoura Hills and fans of Love’s bi-monthly column, "There Goes […]

Bone marrow drive comes to Westlake LISA ADAMS/The Acorn

Bone marrow drive comes to Westlake LISA ADAMS/The Acorn A LIVING GIFT OF LIFE––Penny Simmons of Red Cross takes a blood sample from Sue Beller during a bone marrow donor day in Westlake Village. The Red Cross is constantly searching to expand the registry to meet its growing needs. For more information, please call (800) MARROW2.

Datebook THURS., APRIL 19

Datebook THURS., APRIL 19 It’ll Be Fashionable West Valley Christian Women’s Club: Pat Colgan of To Please Fashions shows spring/summer fashions 11:30 a.m. at Calabasas Golf and Country Club, 4515 Park Entrada, Calabasas. $16.50. (818) 706-8046 Gift Gathering Gala Prudential California Realty and the Calabasas Chamber of Commerce: Bring an unwrapped gift valued at $25 or more to be auctioned […]