2003-03-13

Words of

Hope
A Less Stressful Life


Words of Hope By Dr. Jon Wilson A Less Stressful Life The street in front of our church is under repair once again. The road is often cracked and filled with potholes, but the traffic is comparatively light. It seems like the streets of our community are constantly under repair. Have you noticed? Just a few miles away is a […]

Acorn editorial hit a bullseye



Acorn editorial hit a bullseye In its March 6 editorial (Calabasas voters . . . intolerant of bad behavior") The Acorn got it exactly right. On March 4 the voters of Calabasas sent a loud and clear message to our city council: end the personal insults and unruly behavior, act like adults, roll up your sleeves and start working together […]

Rocky road has led a local entrepreneur to superior cell phone technology



By John Loesing Acorn Staff Writer The cell phone industry’s biggest trade show of the year opens March 17 in New Orleans and one local entrepreneur plans to be there with a groundbreaking technology that he says will make cell phone reception the best it’s ever been. For cell phone users who are tired of dropped calls and intermittent reception, […]

Another cell phone study

Acorn Automotive Editor

I’m not preaching to the converted. I’m not telling you something that you don’t already know. I’m just passing on information. I’m just getting more and more confused about the dynamics of teenagers, driving and cell phones. When my 17 year old is out in a car I insist that she takes her cell phone and keeps it turned on. […]

Humor and song tell story of early Jewish life



The West Coast premiere of "Too Jewish, TOO!" will play in repertory with the original "Too Jewish?", a tour-de-force of Jewish schtick, language and music, for a four-week run beginning 8 p.m. Sat., March 22 at the Coronet Theatre, 366 N. La Cienega Blvd., Los Angeles. Starring Avi Hoffman, who won an Ovation Award for best actor in a musical […]

Calabasas politics got unnecessarily ugly, hostile



Regardless of the results of the election of March 4, our lovely community has lost something. The toxic byproduct of rumors, vilifications and lies which have poured forth from some of the city council contenders have only succeeded in, at least temporarily, drawing our town down to their much lower level. Waging an "ugly" campaign only destroys the unity and […]

Business seminar will address cash controls



Owen Plant, a founder of the business seminar firm Interaction Improvement, will conduct a seminar based on a proprietary cash control program called "Cash Master" from 7 to 10 p.m. Wed., March 19 at the Clarion Palm Garden Hotel, 495 N. Ventu Park Road, Newbury Park. With a weak economy and increased bankruptcies, businesses must prudently control cash. Plant’s approach […]

Westlake Village business firm enjoys record growth, despite economy



Westlake Village-based Symark has announced that despite the economic downturn the company had another record year, ending Dec. 31, 2002 with 15 percent growth year on year. "Despite the economic slow down, Symark continues to show both top and bottom line growth," said Bob Sommers, chairman and co-CEO at Symark. "Our positive results reflect the growing demand by Global 2000 […]

‘Substance’ to be Bible lesson



"Substance" is the subject of this week’s Bible Lesson-Sermon at the 10 a.m. service on Sun., March 16 at the Christian Science Church, 305 Conejo School Road, Thousand Oaks. The keynote text is from Psalms 104:24. Sunday School for youth up to age 20 is also 10 a.m. Testimony meetings are at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday. Childcare is provided both days. […]

Senior citizen shares thoughts on going to war



Regarding The Acorn Sound-Off concerning peace demonstrations, up to a point I too am for negotiation to keep the peace, but one cannot negotiate with a terrorist who will say and do anything to gain time to improve his war machine and wait for conducive weather conditions to favor his cause. Come April, American soldiers would drop of heat exhaustion, […]


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