2002-06-20

Arts Faire continues with entertainment, classes



Arts Faire continues with entertainment, classes The Arts Council of the Conejo Valley presents its annual Arts Faire in the Gallery through the end of June at the Thousand Oaks Community Gallery, 2331-A Borchard Road, Newbury Park (adjacent to the Newbury Park Branch Library). The event offers the community an opportunity to take art classes, view and/or purchase original works […]

New middle school debate: Who goes where?



New middle school debate: Who goes where? By John LoesingAcorn Staff Writer First they didn’t want it. Now they’re clamoring to get in. The new middle school near Calabasas is scheduled to open in the fall of 2003, but many of the parents who opposed the campus and its location say they’ll be equally upset if their children aren’t allowed […]

inno Tae Kwon Do Academy opens in Westlake Village



inno Tae Kwon Do Academy recently opened its new martial arts studio or do-jang at 1125 Lindero Canyon Road, Unit A-5, Westlake Village. Their innovative teaching methods strive to bring balance to the spiritual and physical aspects of the ancient martial art while recognizing the training, skills and health benefits of the sport. Tae Kwon Do was introduced as a […]

Agoura High School



Agoura High School Class of 2002 Sunil Michael Abraham, Robin Sarah Abramowitz, Alexis Zoe Acciani, Joshua E. Adirim, Daniel B. Aharoni, Tiana Marie Aiello, Siavash Alavi, Garret Krimian Allard, Ilana Allegro, Maria DeLourdez Amezola, Rebecca Amrany, Shirley S. Amrany, Julie Lynn Anderson, Stephanie Marie Anderson, Thomas Christopher Andrews, Christine Erin Aney, Branden Marc Annotti, Eric Spencer Appell, Angelina Julia Araya, […]

High school softball and baseball championships are hard to come by

Acorn Sports Writer

The Lakers won their third straight championship, but the path to winning a championship on any level is usually something more akin to what the Sacramento Kings experienced this year—a building process. It took time for the Detroit Pistons to get to the top and win two consecutive NBA championships and it took time for Michael Jordan’s Bulls to become […]

Kingsmen Shakespeare Festival starts next week



The sixth annual Kingsmen Shakespeare Festival, co-produced by the Kingsmen Shakespeare Company and California Lutheran University, will present "The Tempest" and "Much Ado About Nothing" on the CLU campus at 60 W. Olsen Road, Thousand Oaks, at 8 p.m. Friday through Sunday, from June 28 to August 4. "The Tempest" will be staged June 28 to 30, July 5 to […]

Large signs continue to come down in city of Agoura Hills

Acorn Staff Writer

The signs are beginning to crop up everywhere––or disappear, depending on how you look at it. One by one, Agoura Hills’ pole signs are slowly going away, a telltale signal that although city officials lost their battle a few years ago to remove the signs, they now are winning the war. "I was hoping against hope that over the course […]

Los Robles offers ongoing support groups



Los Robles Regional Medical Center sponsors a series of ongoing, free support groups open to the community. Their monthly programs include the following: "Brown Bag Lunch" Breast Cancer Support Group meets at noon on Wednesdays at Los Robles Outpatient Center, 4415 Lakeview Canyon Road, Westlake Village. Please RSVP to (805) 370-4415. The Breastfeeding Support Group meets to talk and learn […]

Calabasas High School Class of 2002



Calabasas High School Class of 2002 Bradley Jerome Aaronson, Lamba Abedi, Jared Brenden Abrams, Darren Adelman, Sanaz Adhami, Jared Agins, Amir Ahmadian, Sima Ajdari, Matthew Akopian, Lemeesa Ali, Ali Alikhan, Sean Allen, Pedrum Amiri, Elizabeth Anderson, David Sosuke Ando, Michelle Rae Appel-Polonski, Katelyn Asher, Sharon L. Auchman, Denise Baeza Aviles, Shahriar Babaeian, Felicia Bargman, Arash Barkhordari, Lorie Bartamian, Daniel Barth, […]

Berrington resigns after successful run as Westlake baseball coach

Acorn Sports Writer

Chuck Berrington, who led the Westlake baseball team to two California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) championship final games in 1998 and 2001, resigned as the Warrior head coach last Friday. He’s the second major-sport coach—along with Rich Sanders of the Westlake boys’ basketball team—to resign this semester. Berrington, like many coaches these days, had begun to encounter more and more difficulty […]


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