Alleged campaign violations are under investigation again in Agoura Hills. City Councilman Dan Kuperberg has called for a formal probe into the Nov. 6 election, accusing two groups of violating the city’s campaign laws by exceeding spending limits and failing to give full disclosure. The Agoura Hills campaign ordinance requires the listing of name, address and occupation for any supporter […]
Entering the North Ranch home of Trisha and Ron Burr, you pass through a large glass and wooden portal trimmed with colorful holiday wreathes to enter a winter wonderland of decorated delights. Your eyes jump to the large living room filled where a giant Christmas tree and an extraordinarily detailed Santa, sled and reindeer are on display. The home is […]
STAY IN SHAPE—Total Woman fitness director Debbie McIlvain, front left, takes her pupils through the paces of a Step and Ball class offered at the health club to increase cardiovascular health while improving functional and core endurance. For details, please call (805) 496-9978.
Midshipman 3rd Class Rob Kane, a 2000 graduate of Agoura High School, has been selected to represent the U.S. Naval Academy at two local high schools. He’ll be available to discuss selection to the Naval Academy and life as a midshipman. Kane will be at Agoura High School during lunch hour on Mon., Nov. 26 and at Calabasas High School […]
Marlon Hoffman Actors Institute will present two programs for young people during the winter school break. Classes will run from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Dec. 26 through Jan. 4 at the Agoura Hills/Calabasas Community Center and at DeAnza Park in Calabasas. "Kids, Speak Out!" for ages 12 to 17, is a workshop in acting through the use of a […]
City of Westlake Village in great shape, mayor says Westlake Village Mayor Mark Rutherford gave his State of the City address last Friday at the Hyatt Westlake Plaza after taking a creative look back at the city’s history. Since its inception in 1981, Westlake Village has established quality-of-life standards that its residents love and expect, Rutherford said, and he assured […]
This holiday season, Californians can fight big tobacco, bad air and the asthma epidemic through the American Lung Association’s Christmas Seals campaign. In addition to Christmas, Chanukah and Kwanzaa are now part of the holiday campaign, and all the e-greetings can be sent via e-mail. The theme for this year’s campaign is "Fight Big Tobacco, Bad Air and the Asthma […]
Food safety important Enjoying food with family and friends is one of the highlights of the holiday season and frequently, everyone wants to join in to help, but too many cooks in the kitchen can result in an increased risk of foodborne illness. The American Dietetic Association and ConAgra Foods offer 10 tips to avoid common kitchen blunders when preparing […]
Kids paint U.S.A. MICHAEL COONS/The Acorn LIMIT LINE—Tyler Wolcott, 8, tries to keep within the lines while painting red the state of Texas on a giant map of the continental U.S. at White Oak Elementary School in Westlake Village. Cub Scout Pack No. 3785 repainted the map in red, white and blue at the school’s campus.
While the "Ed Sullivan Show" may have been off the air for years, the "Edna 2 Sullivan Show" kept a three-day, sold-out audience entertained last weekend as the Channelaire Chorus presented a takeoff of the historical television icon with a old-fashioned variety show, featuring singing, dancing, fiddling and even juggling. The production, played to packed houses at the Thousand Oaks […]