Forum tape pulled from cable TV in Calabasas

By Michael Picarella Acorn Staff Writer The Calabasas City Council last week pulled the Calabasas Park Homeowners’ Association-sponsored forum tape from further CTV broadcasts. It was scheduled to air another six times and it was the first organized debate involving candidates in the Tues., March 4 city council race. CPHA endorsed a candidate, which was interpreted to be against city […]

Disadvantaged get SCE help

Southern California Edison (SCE) is encouraging its residential customers who have specific illnesses or medical conditions to sign up for the Medical Baseline Allocation, which gives qualified customers additional electricity at lower "baseline" rates. "Many customers may qualify for the program but may not be aware of the Medical Baseline Allocation and the savings they can receive," said SCE Manager […]

Business mixer planned

The Calabasas Chamber of Commerce will host a mixer from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Thurs., Feb. 20 at Gaetano’s Ristorante located at 23536 Calabasas Road in Calabasas. New members are invited to attend. Refreshments will be available.

Calvary pastor retires after 27 years

She likes Lee

On March 4, cast your vote to reelect Janice Lee to the Calabasas City Council. Mayor Devine pointed out in her State of the City address that Calabasas is nationally known for its excellence. It’s logical to me that this being the case, we should keep our present leadership. Lee is fiscally responsible; her voting record reflects that. And she […]

Young playwright makes her debut

Lifeguard certification available locally

Those interested in earning lifeguard certification may wish to sign up for the following courses offered in Calabasas and Newbury Park this spring. Calabasas The Calabasas Tennis and Swim Center will offer courses in lifeguard certifications in March. The March courses will be from 10:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. March 22 to 23 and 29 to 30; "Spring Break" courses […]

‘Jazz Nite’ fundraiser to help Lindero

By John Loesing Acorn Staff Writer During tight budget times, public schools are having to come up with innovative ways to raise money for extracurricular activities. Lindero Canyon Middle School in Agoura Hills, for example, has decided to tap into the local jazz scene to raise money for an upcoming student trip. The school will host "Jazz Nite" on next […]

Photo exhibit portrays Jewish merchants

Photographs go back over 20 years

"Spice of Life: Markets and Jewish Merchants the World Over," an exhibition of 40 color photographs by Joshua Eli Plaut, documents how the Jewish mercantile tradition lives on in contemporary global society. The exhibition will be on view through April 27 in the Ruby Gallery at the Skirball Cultural Center, 2701 N. Sepulveda Blvd., Los Angeles. Admission to Ruby Gallery […]

Groveman came out of nowhere

Candidate Barry Groveman states in his mailer that he has "lived in Calabasas for many years." Why is it we have never heard of him before? Has he been involved in any city issues? Has he done anything for our community as a volunteer? He says that he will "eliminate waste," yet, on the other hand, he is against the […]