Malibu church will host Easter outreach

Malibu church will host Easter outreach The Malibu Vineyard Church will present "He Has Risen," described as an eclectic Easter outreach production that is "a poignant and inspiring evening of entertainment (for) this Easter season at 8 p.m. Thurs., April 17 to Sat., April 19, and also at 9 and 11:15 a.m. on Easter Sunday, April 20, at 23825 Stuart […]

On the Trail

Adventures of an Urban Misfit

I’m happy to report that pay phones haven’t become obsolete. Granted, they’ve moved from the threatened to the endangered species list and are harder to locate, but they’re out there for us cell phone-less losers in need of a fast phone fix. Unfortunately pay phones—unlike prime real estate properties—cannot lay claim to "location, location, location!" as among their outstanding virtues. […]

Don’t try this at home

Why the ‘Malibou’ and ‘Malibu’ spellings?

Why the ‘Malibou’ and ‘Malibu’ spellings? The founders of Malibou Lake Mountain Club decided to deviate from the traditional spelling of "Malibu" to create a unique presence for their organization. Because they built the dam that created the lake, the founders wanted the spelling of their body of water to be "Malibou Lake." The neighboring Malibu Lakeside community, Malibu Creek […]

Earth Day to be celebrated in Agoura Hills

The Los Angeles County Department of Public Works, L.A. County Supervisor Zev Yaroslavsky’s office, the cities of Calabasas and Agoura Hills and Willow Elementary School invite the community to attend the Malibu Creek Watershed Earth Day Event from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Thurs., April 17 at the 28000 block of Agoura Road in Agoura Hills. The site is adjacent […]

Agoura, Calabasas collide in Marmonte League softball

Special to The Acorn

Agoura, Calabasas collide in Marmonte League softball The Agoura Charger softball team is pulling its resources together to play its way through the season, while the Calabasas Coyotes are using this year to build for the future. Last Thursday, the two teams met at Agoura and the Chargers (8-7, 2-4) won the Marmonte League confrontation, 7-0, as senior catcher Jessie […]

Carnival proves to be cool

Our driving is atrocious around public schools

Someday, if you have a weekday off and you’re seeking cheap entertainment, take a stroll over to the nearest public school in your area. It makes no difference (elementary, middle or high school), you can witness some of the worst driving you’ve ever seen, every morning and afternoon—whenever classes begin or dismiss. Lori Porter ends a three-part series in today’s […]

Speeding drivers the topic of monthly meetings in Calabasas

By Michael Picarella Acorn Staff Writer The city of Calabasas beginning this month will host neighborhood traffic calming public workshops at 6 p.m. every fourth Tuesday at city hall. The workshops will address traffic concerns in residential areas throughout the city. The sessions will focus on each of the 12 regions of Calabasas, one area at a time, according to […]

Medallion clue

Hidden somewhere in the Conejo Valley is the CVD rabbit medallion. The person who finds it will win $1,000 if they possess an official hunting license or $500 if not. Clues as to the medallion’s hiding place will be given every week. They will be announced on 92.7 Lite FM each Thursday and Saturday morning between 8 and 9 a.m. […]

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