2003-02-27

Warriors win 20th game in basketball

Special to The Acorn

Overall, it’s been a solid season of boys’ basketball for the Westlake Warriors and their first-year head coach Tom Donahue. With a 20-8 record before losing to the Inglewood Sentinels of the Bay League on Tuesday night earlier this week, 84-67, Westlake had done something it hadn’t accomplished in two decades; win 20 games. "I am proud of that fact," […]

Concerts coming to Pepperdine University



Pepperdine University will present several free faculty recitals and concerts in March. For details, please call the box office at (310) 506-4522. Programs begin 7:30 p.m. in Raitt Recital Hall at 24255 Pacific Coast Highway, Malibu. On Mon., March 3, Andrew Malloy on trombone and Sara Banta on piano will perform. On Mondays, March 10 and 24, sopranos Vicki Harrop […]

Groveman, Sibilia best for Calabasas



Groveman, Sibilia best for Calabasas We are longtime community and homeowner activists in Calabasas. After carefully evaluating the candidates for Calabasas City Council, we are endorsing Barry Groveman and Robert Sibilia for the two open seats on the March 4 ballot. Groveman possesses extraordinary qualifications. An environmental lawyer with 25 years experience, he headed L. A. County’s nationally acclaimed Toxic […]

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Four candidates vie for three seats on the Hidden Hills City Council



By John Loesing Acorn Staff Writer The white, three-rail fence surrounding the bucolic equestrian community of Hidden Hills can keep the horses in, but it can’t keep the politics out. On March 4, four city council candidates will compete for three open seats in the small, affluent enclave east of Calabasas. No rancorous issues dog the debate. No dirty tricks […]

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New Oak Park Community Center seeks program instructors



The Oak Park Community Center and Gardens, the newest Rancho Simi Recreation and Park District Center, will open this summer in Oak Park. The district is seeking individuals who’d like to provide programming as class instructors. Among the programs the district would like to offer at the center are the following: parent/child classes; children’s dance; art classes; self defense; gymnastics; […]

Cheetahs club track begins



The Calabasas Cheetahs Club, the Valley Youth Conference’s newest team, will kick off its first track season in March, with cross-country slated to begin in August. The club is a nonprofit organization formed last year to promote safe, enjoyable and empowering athletic activities for young people, according to club officials. Youth on the Cheetahs Track Team will compete with other […]

CLU Symphony to perform on Sunday in T.O.



CLU Symphony to perform on Sunday in T.O. The fifth annual performance of California Lutheran University’s Symphony will be at 3 p.m. Sun., March 2 in the Scherr Forum Theater at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza, 2100 E. Thousand Oaks Blvd. The concert will feature ultra-Romantic Ottorino Respighi’s "Pines of Rome," describing the Appian Way through orchestral detail. The […]

Groveman very qualified



Groveman very qualified Among the field of candidates for Calabasas City Council, Barry Groveman is uniquely qualified to provide the mature and effective leadership that is sorely needed today in city hall. As longtime homeowner activists, we have been opposed to the Ahmanson Ranch project for years. It is one of the most critical unresolved issues confronting the city of […]