Lindero musicians band together

GRAND FINALE—Lindero Canyon Middle School’s Concert Orchestra gives its final performance of the year featuring Christine Chen, below, on first violin. Below left, Kevin Goller concentrates on his bass. The Concert Choir, directed by Dr. Gregory Fried, left, and the Cougar Strings also performed. The semester-ending show at the Agoura Hills middle school is always a much-anticipated event.

Volunteers needed

The Friends of the Agoura Hills Library are seeking volunteers to assist at the Book Cellar, the used book outlet located in the basement of the library at 29001 Ladyface Court, Agoura Hills. The Book Cellar is operated as a major fundraising project for the library. The Book Cellar is open to the public from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. […]

Getting healthy

Oaks Christian’s busy day on the diamond

Season statistics tell us that every time Oaks Christian standout Taylor Schlopy gets on base there’s an 80 percent chance she’s coming home to score. The trend held true in Tuesday’s 2-1 win over La Serna as the sophomore leadoff hitter went 2-for-4 with two doubles and scored two runs, including the game-winning run in extra innings, to help Oaks […]

Bank backed out

On May 11, we attended the Agoura Hills City Council meeting because they were honoring our teacher and coach, Tracy Spencer, who helped the Sheriff’s Department catch a man who tried to rob the Bank of America on Kanan Road in Agoura Hills over spring break. At the meeting, both the Sheriff’s Department and the Mayor pro tem of Agoura […]

Bonnie Kronfield

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MAC members take office

The two newest Oak Park Municipal Advisory Council Members, Bonnie Biddison and Jay Kapitz, were sworn into office by Ventura County Supervisor Linda Parks at last week’s MAC meeting. The two vacancies came about after the Feb. 26 death of long-time MAC member Kent Behringer and David Chatfield’s move out of Oak Park in mid-March. Biddison and Kapitz were selected […]

Acclaimed author delights local audience

English professors often ask their students to break down literary works to find the author’s meaning, but acclaimed writer Amy Tan says that takes the fun out of reading. She explained a very different meaning behind her work to a packed theater of people last week at the final Distinguished Speaker Series event of the year at the Thousand Oaks […]

Workshop on death and dying

Laura Larsen, a registered nurse from Agoura Hills, will help teach a one-day workshop at UC Irvine Extension on “Facing the Final Mystery” from 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Sat., June 4 in room 1012 in the University Extension Building A at the UC Irvine Extension campus, Irvine. Larsen’s coinstructor will be Patricia Armhein, Ph.D., who will address psychological intricacies […]

Taking home the hardware