2001-10-25

Temple Sisterhood sponsors antique show



‘SO, WHAT’S IT WORTH?’—Harold and Corine Gross sit with Robert Levy, a member of Temple Adat Elohim and a certified art appraiser, as Levy provides an opinion regarding the value of some of the Gross’ prized possessions. Levy worked with the temple’s Sisterhood to help them produce their own version of the popular public television program "Antique Roadshow" as a […]

Save Open Space endorses Corridori, Reinhardt, Wachs



Save Open Space endorses Corridori, Reinhardt, Wachs Save Open Space/Santa Monica Mountains endorses Ed Corridori, Bob Wachs and Jeff Reinhardt for Agoura Hills City Council. Save Open Space feels that they will best represent the interests and concerns of the residents. Ed Corridori, Bob Wachs and Jee Reinhardt can best be trusted to preserve the residential character of our neighborhoods […]

Charney will get his vote for LVUSD school board



Charney will get his vote for LVUSD school board Charney will get his vote for LVUSD school board I am writing this in support of a candidate for the Las Virgenes School District, Bob Charney. I have known this individual for many years and know him to be a caring, intelligent man who has every child’s best interest at heart. […]

MICHIGAN VISIT—David Amberg, then 5, now 6, smiles with his Acorn on the pier in Grand Haven, Mich., during the annual Coast Guard Festival. David is a student at Bay Laurel Elementary School and he must be smart because his photograph is one of our honor



MICHIGAN VISIT—David Amberg, then 5, now 6, smiles with his Acorn on the pier in Grand Haven, Mich., during the annual Coast Guard Festival. David is a student at Bay Laurel Elementary School and he must be smart because his photograph is one of our honorable mentions in this year’s Acorn photo contest.

Water main break sends Calabasas family fleeing into the night

Acorn Staff Writer

The hotel where William Vanek lives isn’t exactly home, but at least it’s dry. Vanek and his family were forced to take up residence at the Calabasas Inn when an eight-inch water pipe broke and flooded both floors of their Calabasas Highlands home. Vanek estimates the damage to his 1,500 square-foot home at about $250,000 to $300,000. The house at […]

Elegant New Store Opens its Doors in the Conejo Valley



Elegant New Store Opens its Doors in the Conejo Valley CUSTOM QUALITY, CRAFTSMANSHIP-Marie Pierre Custom and Antique Furnishings specializes in elegant built-in cabinets, handcrafted custom furniture, custom down sofas and chairs, European designs and fabrics, upholstered walls, antique refinishing, slipcovers, draperies and kitchen and bath remodeling. See the showroom at 2711 Thousand Oaks Blvd. in the Palm Plaza, Thousand Oaks […]

Library opening is Saturday



The city of Agoura Hills is inviting the community to join in celebrating the grand opening of its new library/civic center at 30001 Ladyface Court in Agoura Hills. The free event, scheduled 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Sat., Oct. 27, will feature the Agoura Trombone Quartet with Matt Finders of the "Tonight Show" with Jay Leno Band. Plans include […]

Peace proposal receives positive feedback



A peace proposal by noted educator and Buddhist leader Daisaku Ikeda is getting a lot of attention. A recipient of the United Nation’s Peace Medal, Ikeda is president of Soka Gakkai International (SGI), a Buddhist association active in the areas of peace education, cultural exchange, environmental awareness and humanitarian relief. Here are some highlights from this year’s proposal. Material Progress, […]

Incumbent prefers Corridori, Reinhardt, Wachs



Incumbent prefers Corridori, Reinhardt, Wachs Many people have asked me who I am supporting in the Agoura Hills City Council election. I strongly support Mayor Ed Corridori, Councilman Jeff Reinhardt and slow-growth activist Bob Wachs. Ed and Jeff deserve reelection based on their hard work on behalf of our city, their support of Open Space and their efforts to keep […]

Challengers spoke too soon on Home Depot



Challengers spoke too soon on Home Depot I attended a recent forum/debate for the city council candidates at the Agoura Hills/Calabasas Community Center. The overriding theme centered on the possible development of Home Depot. While this is a worthy topic, it has brought up some serious concerns. Ken Horton, Mel Adams and Dan Crisafulli stated they are strongly against this […]