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Agoura High Class of 2003

Agoura High Class of 2003 Erik G. Acevedo, Jessica Marie Adams, Jason Leonard Alan, Marjan Grace Albert, Lisa Danielle Alexander, Melanie Elyse Allen, Nicole Marie Ames, Neta Amir, Jacob Amrany, Jonathan Max Araya, Jared Victor Archuleta, Rachel Lauren Arnold, Ilene Rachel Aron, Michelle Karli Arouesty, Michael Avesar, Ariell Haskell Ayalon, Jonathan Eddie Azal, Nika Bagheri, Sarah Ann Bailey, Alexander Sean […]

Get More Out of Your Golf Game by Visiting Westlake Golf Performance

Westlake Golf Performance provides a full range of services for golfers, from golf instruction to golf-specific fitness training They even offer a "soothing sports massage" after a long day on the course (or long week at work). Owner Steve Pratt, a Westlake Village resident since 1972, has been teaching and coaching sports motion for more than 10 years. His extensive […]

Sports Junkie

Quick Take

In the recently concluded Stanley Cup playoffs, Anaheim’s goalie, Jean-Sebastien Ciguerre, was rewarded with the Conn Smythe Trophy, symbolic of the MVP of the playoffs. He was truly fantastic. Going into Game 7, won by New Jersey, 3-0, Ciguerre registered an incredible 1.56 goals-against average in 20 playoff games over four series. Without him, Anaheim would have been watching the […]

Rolls-Royce: ‘The Best Car in the World’

Acorn Automotive Editor

There’s something special about a Rolls-Royce. Whether it’s the mystique about who’s driving it or who owns it, or the statement that owning a Rolls-Royce makes. There’s also something special about how a Rolls is built and designed. Did you know that from all Rolls-Royce motorcars ever built, 95 percent are still being driven or are roadworthy? No other manufacturer […]

101 Freeway improvements still coming, mayor says

Special to The Acorn

Part of a stripped down version of the plan to improve the 101 Freeway between Ventura and Los Angeles has been approved by the Ventura County Transportation Commission. The $700 million plan got VCTC approval last week for the 20 miles between Ventura and Thousand Oaks. The 40-mile Thousand Oaks to Los Angeles plan was to have been considered by […]

Rotary Club to host Awareness Day

The Rotary Club of Calabasas/Agoura Hills will sponsor its 11th annual Community Awareness Day luncheon from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Thurs., June 26 at the Calabasas Golf & Country Club, 4515 Park Entrada. The event honors those who have made significant contributions to the community, according to the club. The featured speaker will be FBI Special Agent in Charge […]

Oak Park High School Class of 2003

Oak Park High School Class of 2003 Cameron John Adams, Tiffany Ashley Adams, Brittany Anne Alexander, Jarek Josue Andino, Jamie Scott Araya, Aaron Matthew Ariza, Michael Thomas Ashton, Dor Yisrael Ashur, Eynat Rose Atia, Taylor Nicole Atkins, Sarah Ashley Baker, Ori Barkai, Brenton Ross Barker, Katie Barrale, Nicki Barrale, Scott Alexander Bartlett, Brandon Lawrence Beck, Carly Amber Becker, Anthony Joseph […]

New Internet Cafe Now Open in Agoura Meadows Center

Virtual World Café is now open "to serve all your computer/Internet needs." They offer high speed T1 connection to all their computers, along with a full-service coffee house. Enjoy specialty coffee/ice blends, fine desserts, pastries and bagels while checking e-mail or updating a resume. They are conveniently located in the Agoura Meadows Shopping Center next to the Von’s at 5653 […]