Yom Kippur on Monday requires us to change the display advertising deadline for the front sections of the paper. Ad space must be reserved by noon tomorrow, Fri., Sept. 13. All other deadlines remain the same. And best wishes to our Jewish friends.
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The Agoura Hills Harmony Chorus will sing and doves will be released during an Agoura/Oak Park/Las Virgenes Chamber of Commerce mixer that begins at 5:30 p.m. this afternoon, Thurs., Sept. 12 at the Adobe Cantina, 29100 Agoura Road in Agoura Hills, just east of Kanan Road. The dove release will occur at 6 p.m. as the mixer pays tribute to […]
Alissa D. Polan of Westlake Village, a 2001 graduate of Agoura High School, was named to the Dean’s List for the spring academic semester in the School of Arts and Humanities at Sonoma State University, Sonoma. Lindsey Golde of Calabasas and Joe Jackson of Oak Park were named to the honor roll for the spring semester at the University of […]
Larry Edwards can’t help but be excited as his Calabasas Coyotes prepare for football season. But as he enters his 23rd year as head football coach, he’s also a little tentative this year because his team will face a big test. The Coyotes move from playing small schools in the Frontier League to the big schools of the Marmonte League. […]
By Heather Milo Acorn Staff Writer "David’s Mother," a drama produced by the Vagabond Players and the Backlot Theater will be performed at 8 p.m., Sept. 13 and continues through Oct. 6. The show was penned by Bob Randall, who also wrote "Six Rooms, Riverview," a movie called "The Fan" and the television series "Kate and Allie." "David’s Mother" is […]
By John Loesing Acorn Staff Writer The local community has been saddened by the loss of Larry Greene, an Agoura Hills resident and longtime cameraman for KCBS-TV in Los Angeles, who died last week while on special assignment in the Persian Gulf. The 50-year-old Greene was killed when a U.S. Navy helicopter in which he was riding crashed into a […]
They say "don’t sweat the small stuff," but sometimes that small stuff can make life a little more difficult—like your new high-tech gadget that breaks the second time you use it, the telemarketers who always seem to know when you’re sitting down to dinner or that hole in your roof that the contractor was supposed to fix. Where can you […]
The Music Center is calling on talented Southern California high school performers, artists and photographers to apply for the 15th annual Music Center Spotlight Awards. High school performers audition in the categories of ballet, non-classical dance, classical voice, non-classical voice, classical instrumental and jazz instrumental before professional judges who select semifinalists. Semifinalists then attend master classes and audition to become […]