• Donna Lane of Purple Pacific Pictures in Calabasas was incorrectly identified in a photo caption last week as Donna Rae. • The Friends of Oak Park Schools annual golf fundraiser is March 21 at North Ranch Country Club, not Lake Lindero Golf Course.

Oak Park gets creative with arts

The Rancho Simi Recreation and Park District’s Springs Arts and Crafts Show is scheduled from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Sat., March 26, at Mae Boyar Park, 130 N. Kana Road, Oak Park. The show will offer family entertainment, activities, and food, plus dozens of arts and crafts booths. Handcrafted items for sale will include jewelry, ceramics, seasonal wreaths, hand-painted […]

Mayerson Marketing continues to grow

Thousand Oaks-based Mayerson Marketing and Public Relations recently added two new employees to support its expanding client list. Sarene Wallace and Jacyln Hafner joined the staff earlier this winter. A graduate of the University of California, Santa Barbara, Wallace brings nearly 20 years of experience in journalism and marketing to MMPR. Through Go West Events, Hafner worked in vendor communications […]

Dogs have teeth trouble, too

You may want to brush up on a few pet care facts to make sure your dog’s teeth and gums stay healthy. According to the American Veterinary Dental Society, 80 percent of pets over the age of 3 are diagnosed with an oral disease each year. Letting your pet’s teeth reach an unhealthy state can lead to tooth loss, potential […]

Moorpark musician to perform at local venues

Moorpark resident James Hurley recently released his second album, "The Sun and the Moon," which was praised both for its vocal content and acoustic guitar virtuosity. He will perform at the following venues in March and April. Those interested in attending should call (805) 523-9246 for additional information.. • March 25 at 8 p.m. at Coffee ’n’ Dreams, 265-A N. Moorpark […]

Agoura Hills weighs senior housing project

By Stephanie Bertholdo bertholdo@theacorn.com Agoura Hills city council members recently reviewed an informal proposal for a senior housing project along the south side of Agoura Road. The developer, Carlos Khantzis, wants permission from the city council to proceed with plans to develop the 7.1-acre property. If approved, Khantzis would need an amendment to the Ladyface Mountain Specific Plan, which doesn’t […]

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Summer is a great time for experiential learning. Whether it’s a homestay with a Spanish family, an ecological adventure or a visit to a camp where robots are built, students can find a way to explore their interests. There are several programs that might appeal to students interested in the environment. Columbia University’s Biosphere 2 Center in Arizona offers four-week […]

Agoura Hills

A thief took a Chihuahua puppy on display at Loves Pets in the 5600 block of Kanan Road at about 5 p.m. on March 4. The 2-pound male dog is tan with no markings and is worth about $1,000. A man reportedly came into the store, went to the display area, picked up a dog and walked out. The thief […]

Reader thanks Devine for service

Tuesday, March 8 was a black-banner day for the city of Calabasas. After weeks of blistering and under-handed campaign tactics the likes of which we here have never seen before, incumbent City Councilmember Lesley Devine, noted in your own editorial as the embodiment of the Calabasas ideal, was voted out of office after devoting 14 years to preserving our area’s […]