Global coaching project offers important guidance

To help people around the world get back in the game––whatever their game is––members of one nonprofit association are donating their time as coaches for those affected by Sept. 11 and subsequent events. The International Coach Federation (ICF) has started a Global Pro-Bono Coaching Project to help people move forward in their lives by setting better goals, making better decisions […]

Local youth called to Torah

Local youth called to Torah Local youth who recently became Bar Mitzvahs at Temple Adat Elohim in Thousand Oaks include Bryan Brown, son of Marc and Amy Brown of Oak Park; Justin Wheeler, son of Jeannie and Brooke Wheeler of Agoura Hills; and Stuart Halpern, son of Andy and Bonnie Halpern of Agoura Hills. Both honor students in the seventh-grade, […]

If Words Could Talk

Talking about animals

This is the Dr. Doolittle column with items gnawed from morsels about animals that have scurried across my desk. "You dirty rat," was uttered by James Cagney in Paramount’s 1931 gangster film "The Public Enemy." The screenwriter, Kubec Glasmon, could have scribbled, "You dirty giraffe" or "You dirty armadillo." But, giraffes and armadillos aren’t thought of as public enemies, right? […]

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