2004-03-11

What’s up with that?



What’s up with that?

Vendors needed for SpringFest



The city of Agoura Hills has announced that vendor booths are still available for "SpringFest Celebrating the Arts." SpringFest is scheduled for Sun., April 25, from noon to 5 p.m. at Chumash Park, 5550 Medea Valley Drive, Agoura Hills. There will be live entertainment, hands-on activities, a Youth/Teen Extreme area, Restaurant Row, Business Fair and free entertainment throughout the day. […]

Westlake translation firm awarded Raytheon contract



Westlake Village-based Agnew Tech-II, a leading U.S. translation company, has been awarded a two-year contract with an option for further extension by Raytheon Missile Systems. Under the terms of the agreement, Agnew Tech-II will provide Raytheon with multilingual document translation to and from European, Asian and Middle Eastern languages. Utilizing an in-house recording studio, Agnew will also handle total multilingual […]

Cup winners



Baby’s tears explained



Consistently, parents rank managing their baby’s crying as one of their greatest stresses. Here are some common reasons babies cry and what you can do about them: 1. I’m hungry. Check first to see if your baby’s hungry. Signs that babies want to eat include fussing, making noises and rooting around for the breast. Some babies will continue to cry […]

Councilwoman Lesley Devine recovering from recent surgery

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Health problems didn’t prevent a city council member from missing a recent public meeting, thanks to telephones. During the past six months, Calabasas City Councilwoman Lesley Devine suffered from health problems that eventually required surgery. She missed five recent city council meetings, but she’s recovering now and participated in last week’s council meeting from her home via telephone. Devine was […]

Art to celebrate American tradition



An art exhibit of original paintings and serigraphs with the theme "American Celebration," by Melanie Taylor Kent, will be on display from 7 to 10 p.m. Fri., March 12 at Virtual World Café, 5653 Kanan Road, Agoura Hills. At this private exhibition, attendees will have the opportunity to view and acquire a selection of rare serigraphs depicting American celebrations from […]

L.A. receives federal funds to create jobs



U.S. Commerce Assistant Secretary Julie Myers has spotlighted economic growth and jobs in Los Angeles by delivering a $2 million economic development check to the FAME Assistance Corporation of Los Angeles. The investment will help build the FAME Renaissance Plaza, a mixed-use professional office building that will create about 168 new jobs within three years and save 18 existing jobs. […]

Coyotes lose thriller at the Pond

Fierce comeback by the


Fierce comeback by the ‘never say die’ Calabasas Coyotes falls short in the fourth quarter of championship game wharrison@theacorn.com Calabasas’ comeback bid fell just short as Santa Margarita held on to beat the Coyotes, 57-55, in the championship game of the California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) Southern Section Division III-AA playoffs at the Arrowhead Pond of Anaheim last Saturday morning. Drew […]

Children with special needs play ball



Children with special needs play ball


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