2003-05-01

Calabasas looks at future transportation needs



By Michael Picarella Acorn Staff Writer The Calabasas Traffic and Transportation Commission discussed at a recent meeting the future of public transportation in the city. Calabasas was awarded in August a grant of about $795,000, according to Calabasas Assistant Transportation Planner Tom Gdala, and the city is starting to use it. "We’re looking to get some new buses to replace […]

Skating for a cause



Skating for a cause

Car wash to help Quinn



The comunity will hold a car wash this weekend, May 3 and May 4 at the Agoura Hills Car Wash to raise funds for Brandon Quinn, a Calabasas boy fighting leukemia. Brandon Quinn, an Agoura High School honor student and varsity baseball player, has started chemotherapy at Children’s Hospital and his spirits are said to be good. But Brandon lost […]

Student film festival seeks entries



Entries are currently being accepted for the eighth annual Angelus Awards Student Film Festival. The competition honors college-level student films "of uncommon artistic caliber in the exploration of the complexity of the human condition with creativity, compassion and respect." The Angelus Awards ceremony and screening of winning films will be Oct. 25 at the Directors Guild of America in Hollywood. […]

Squirrels of the Month



New West Symphony to feature older pianist



New West Symphony to feature older pianist William G. Israel, the self-proclaimed "lesser but older" pianist of Ventura County, will host and perform his fourth annual piano recital to benefit the New West Symphony at 5 p.m. Sat., May 10 at David Murdock’s Ventura Farms, 555 Potrero Road, in the Hidden Valley section of Thousand Oaks. The cost is $150 […]

Surrounded by a world of flowers



Apology given to G.I. Rubbish



Apology given to G.I. Rubbish The Triunfo YMCA would like to apologize for a printing mistake made in an insert in the April 24 issue of The Acorn Newspaper. The Triunfo YMCA listed Hillside Rubbish as a sponsor of the Pancake Carnival being held on May 3 at Oak Canyon Park. In actuality, G..I. Rubbish is a key sponsor of […]

Speaker wants ‘American Dream’ kept alive

Acorn Editor

Agoura Hills resident Terry Paulson believes democratic, free-enterprise capitalism is the most viable form of government in the world today. However, the rapidly developing, yet debilitating feeling of self-entitlement which the American public seems to be slowly embracing, he said, is that system’s greatest enemy. For more than a quarter century, Paulson has been in demand as a speaker for […]

‘Star Trek’ star visits Buttercup




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