2002-10-24

STANDING STILL



Newly planted palm trees line the freeway greenbelts near Parkway Calabasas. MICHAEL COONS/The Acorn

Variety of programs available at T.O. Library



Variety of programs available at T.O. Library Among the upcoming programs in November at the Thousand Oaks Library, 1401 E. Janss Road, are the following: For youth ages 12 to 18: A special workshop, "Cartooning: The Art of Anime," will be presented at 7 p.m. Tues., Nov. 5. Participants will learn to draw some of their favorite cartoon characters, beginning […]

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Candidate missed 40 percent of district’s school board meetings



Bob Kahn, an incumbent seeking reelection in November to the Oak Park Unified School District Board of Education, was released from the hospital last week following a nearly four-week stay. Kahn, 73, fainted on Sept. 21 due to complications from diabetes and was taken to the Encino-Tarzana Regional Medical Center in Encino to recuperate and for observation. According to Kahn’s […]

Christian pop band to perform at

Calvary tomorrow

Christian pop band to perform at The Christian pop music band Salvador will perform at 7:30 p.m. Fri., Oct. 25 at Calvary Community Church, 5495 Via Rocas, Westlake Village. The Austin, Tex.-based band is described as "one of Christian pop music’s most energetic and explosive live performance acts." Tickets at $13 are available at Calvary’s Resource Center. Proceeds from the […]

At least one Ahmanson critic makes sense



There were several letters opposing the Ahmanson Ranch development in the Oct. 10 Acorn. Most contained the unsubstantiated autonomic rhetoric that has been typical of this genre, with the noteworthy exception of one from James Garafalo in response to a recent editorial. Garafalo stated his counterpoint and offered ample qualified evidence to support it. Even his mention of pollution and […]

Hoping for decorum during Calabasas council meetings



Hoping for decorum during Calabasas council meetings The Calabasas City Council has finished a second session with a facilitator who’s trying to teach the councilmembers how to get along. We hope the council has been listening. Tolerating others, especially those with whom you disagree, isn’t always easy. It takes a certain amount of ego to seek public office and sometimes […]

101 Freeway landscaping project begins in Calabasas



By Michael Picarella Acorn Staff Writer Since 1998, Calabasas has planned to improve its appearance along the 101 Freeway. Shooting for eye-catching esthetics, the city recently launched its Gateway Calabasas Landscaping Project by installing trees along the freeway greenbelts. The Gateway Landscaping Project will cost about $750,000. But the city of Calabasas only spent about $200,000. The New Millennium project […]

History explored at Leonis Adobe



A western-style workshop for families interested in exploring 19th Century living will be offered from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sat., Nov. 2 at the Leonis Adobe Museum, 23537 Calabasas Road, Old Town Calabasas, in conjunction with Cal State University Northridge (CSUN). The event includes living history, old-fashioned games and theater. Participants will receive a "Western Academy Diploma" by learning […]

MOZ Buddha Bar Opens in Agoura Hills



MOZ Buddha Bar has opened in Agoura Hills. Owner-Chef Moez Megji is known for his Fins Restaurants in Westlake Village and Calabasas. The menu features fresh fish, steaks and chops with Asian/European-influenced cooking. The menu is ambitious starting with a wide variety of appetizers and many chef specialties each week. Large portions are served, encouraging diners to pass the food […]


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