No need for

Boys, Girls Club

Why does Oak Park need a Boys and Girls Club? What is the Oak Park Community Center going to be used for? According to a previous article in The Acorn, the Oak Park Community Center was going to feature a teen room, which included pool tables, game tables, televisions, etc. Are not the students a part of the community? The […]

Homeowners’ group endorses Groveman

Calabasas Park Homeowners’ Association (CPHA) sponsored a city council candidate forum last month and they’ve endorsed city council candidate Barry Groveman, although council policy states that sponsors of forums shouldn’t make endorsements. The council previously discussed the matter and tried to decide if the CPHA forum tape would continue to air on CTV. It’s scheduled to be telecast several times […]

Ruttenberg-Kessler take vows

Kit helps cities, school districts to work cooperatively

Here’s good news, for a change, about education in America. A major program to improve public education in cities of all sizes has been set up by officials of the National League of Cities (NLC). The oldest and largest national organization representing municipal governments, it’s created an information kit for mayors and other elected city officials around the country. The […]

Charity concert plays heartfelt music

By John Loesing Acorn Staff Writer Agoura musician Kiki Ebsen and friends go on stage this Sun., Feb. 9 in the San Fernando Valley for a charity fundraiser called "Have A Heart II." In a similar concert last year, the event raised money and awareness for disadvantaged children. The "Have A Heart" concerts are the brainchild of Music Heals, a […]

Ahmanson fight is about traffic

Ahmanson fight is about traffic In all due respect to Glen O. Wilcox (who will be totally unaffected by the Ahmanson Ranch project) I could write a book in response to his letter but I will just reiterate what most people that I know are worried about (and justifiably so)––traffic, traffic, traffic, and more traffic. Opening up Victory Boulevard (for […]

Students call for more funding

School administrators aren’t the only ones concerned about losing education funds during tight budgetary times. The Associated Student Body of Calabasas High School has started a campaign to increase, among other things, the amount of federal funds provided for special education. That funding has been failed to meet the actual costs for years. "When the federal government enacted the Individuals […]

Veterans will be honored

During the next meeting of Westlake Women’s Club at 10 a.m. Tues., Feb. 11 at Westlake Village Inn, 31943 Agoura Road, members can express appreciation to veterans. Following the meeting and lunch, members will create Valentines from new and recycled materials to express their care, concern and gratitude. Sylvia McKay, the club’s Veterans chairperson, has been assisted in this project […]

Viewpoint girls well over .500 in basketball

Special to The Acorn

Viewpoint girls well over .500 in basketball By Steve Ames Special to The Acorn The Viewpoint School girls’ basketball team, a member of the Liberty League playing in the California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) Division IV-A, has come into its own this season. Playing home games at Viewpoint Pavilion at their campus, off Mulholland Highway and Old Topanga Canyon Road, the […]

Artists sought for festival

The Calabasas Arts Council invites fine artists and designer artisans to display their original artwork in the city of Calabasas’ sixth annual Calabasas Arts & Crafts Festival, scheduled for May 3 to 4. The festival is a community event that draws thousands of visitors. There will be extensive advertisement. Highlights will include three bands, beer garden, international food selections, fantasy […]

Category Pages are limited to 90 days. Please use the archive page or the search box to find older articles.