The board of education in Las Virgenes Unified School District (LVUSD) reorganized at last week’s board meeting. Judy Jordan once again took the helm as board president, marking her fourth term as leader. Gordon Whitehead was appointed as vice president of the board and Cindy Iser became clerk. Jordan replaced Terilyn Finders as president. Finders was honored at the ceremony […]
Woods finishes two strokes behind winner in T.O.
Casa Escobar Restaurant opened recently in Malibu. Kathy Escobar has continued in her family’s tradition that began in 1924. She and her husband Russell Harney, long-time Malibu residents, have opened Casa Escobar. Kathy Escobar’s great grandparents opened a small taqueria in downtown Los Angeles in 1924. In 1946, her grandparents, Juan and Rosa Escobar, opened the first "Casa Escobar" restaurant […]
It was an unforgettable season. The ending made it all the more memorable. The Westlake football team defeated St. Bonaventure, 28-6, in a California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) Southern Section Division IV championship game, last Friday night before an overflow crowd of about 8,000 at Moorpark College. The Warriors finished their season undefeated—14-0—for the first time in school history, and in […]
Temple Beth Haverim, a conservative congregation in Agoura Hills, will celebrate the Hanukkah holiday with the eighth annual menorah lighting ceremony at 7 p.m. Mon., Dec. 22 at Westlake Promenade in Westlake Village (corner of Westlake and Thousand Oaks boulevards). Performing holiday favorites will be the Shir Haverim children’s choir led by Cantor Kenny Ellis, while musical director Eileen Weiser […]
If you’re in the market for a new car, you can’t help but be attracted by the promises of zero percent financing and cash-back rebates. In recent years, the automotive industry has offered enticing incentives to lure consumers into showrooms and sell new vehicles. With so many incentive packages available, it may be difficult for consumers to decide which incentive […]