2004-07-22

Passing leagues are important tools in learning to execute



By Kyle Jorrey Acorn Sports Writer For a pass-happy quarterback, it’s hard to beat an offseason game of seven-on-seven. Playing without pads and without lineman, rival teams face off against one another in a battle to see who can score the most points in the allotted amount of possessions. Without the typical game- day fear of an imposing defender bearing […]

Thanks for helping



The Westlake Village Junior Women’s Club would like to thank the following local businesses and vendors for donating items to the 35th annual Westlake Village Fourth of July parade: Starbucks in Oak Park, Krispy Kreme doughnuts, Union Bank of California/WLV, Western Bagels, Bristol Farms/WLV, Gelsons/WLV, Party Center, Party Max, Corner Bakery, Beverages & More/WLV, Vons/WLV, Albertsons/WLV, Ralphs/WLV, Pavilions/WLV, Trader Joe’s/WLV, […]

Having a great summer



Rusnak BMW to host breast cancer fundraiser



Rusnak BMW will host the eighth annual drive for the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Fri., July 23 at 3832 Thousand Oaks Blvd., Thousand Oaks. Nineteen specially-designed BMWs will be available for test drives by the public, and for every mile driven, BMW will donate $1 to the Komen Foundation, described as the […]

Quick Take



It took place on May 26, 1959 at County Stadium in Milwaukee. Pittsburgh’s Harvey Haddix pitched a perfect game through 12 innings of the scoreless tie. In the 13th, his teammate, Don Hoak, made an error. Hank Aaron was then walked, and Joe Adcock hit a walk-off double to end the 13-inning affair and give the Braves the win. Not […]

Clinton would still be lying



Clinton would still be lying There was an obvious omission in Bill Clinton’s rambling autobiographical diatribe, "My Life," and also in recent television interviews. If it had not been for the DNA proof that surfaced from the famous semen-splattered blue dress, Slick Willy would still be denying and lying under oath about his perverted sexual encounters with Monica Lewinsky. Robert […]

Settlement possible in lawsuit between Agoura Pony Baseball, Calabasas homeowner



Settlement possible in lawsuit between Agoura Pony Baseball, Calabasas homeowner By Stephanie Bertholdo bertholdo@theacorn.com Just weeks before a scheduled jury trial date, the lawsuit between Calabasas resident Martin Atkinson-Barr, Agoura Pony Baseball, Las Virgenes Unified School District and the city of Calabasas may be near a settlement. Atkinson-Barr and Pony Baseball settled their differences out of court, although the details […]

Malibou Lake residents worry about condemned bridge



By Michael Picarella pic@theacorn.com Recent fires in the Southland may have added more heat to a situation in the Malibou Lake community, where many residents are upset that they have to wait until after next summer to use the now-condemned Lake Vista Bridge. The bridge on Lake Vista Drive just south of Mulholland Highway in the Malibou Lake area is […]

Advanced t’ai chi course to be offered for adults



A four-week class in advanced t’ai chi, the ancient Chinese exercise system that consists of slow meditative movements that facilitate balance and good posture and help to reduce stress, will be offered from 8 to 9:30 a.m. Saturdays from Aug. 7 to 28 at Reyes Adobe Park, Agoura Hills. Various forms of the Yang style will be utilized. The class […]

Agoura Hills



Agoura Hills Someone tore through the screen window of a home’s bathroom ($25 damage) in the 5600 block of Lake Lindero Drive between 8:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. July 8 and stole $3,500 cash from a bedroom. Calabasas A computer hard drive server valued at $10,000 was stolen from a business (no signs of forced entry) in the 23900 block […]


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