2005-06-30

Honored for community service



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RockHardBodymoves locally RockHardBody total fitness hasopened a new state-of-the-art fitness facility at 20700 Ventura Blvd.Suite 100 in Woodland Hills. The fitness club includes advanced cardio and strength equipment, basketball court, boxingroom, martial arts training, sauna,juice bar, chiropractic care andmore. All areas of the gym include higdefinition flat screen television andsatellite radio. Call (818) 716-7477 for moreinformation.Quality furnitureat Golden Seal Golden […]

Kids can feed the animals at museum



The Leonis Adobe Museum invites children ages 2 to 8 to participate in their “feed the animals” summer program offered from 9:15 to 11:30 a.m. Tuesdays, July 5 through Aug. 23 on the museum grounds, 23537 Calabasas Road, in Old Town Calabasas. To kick off the program on Tues., July 5, Rattlin’ Ralph Lee Moss will encourage children to sing […]

Walk a mile in their shoes



If you haven’t heard it before, the saying goes like this: Everybody knows somebody whose life has been affected by cancer. A friend, a loved one, a relative—the disease will strike one out of every three Americans sometime in their life. Millions of dollars go to cancer research and programs each year, and while finding a cure for the disease […]

AUTO FOR SALE



1988 VW GOLF Red. Runs Good. $1200 OBO. Call 805-402-0207. 1992 JEEP CHEROKEE LAREDO. Runs but will not pass smog. Needs new engine but everything else is like new. Call 818-613-9420. 1999 LEXUS LS 400. Excellent mechanical condition. Consistently maintained. Fine appearance in/out. Burgundy. $18,000. Call 818-338-8196. 1999 SATURN SL1. 86K miles. 4-door standard tint, A/C, cassette. $2850 OBO. Call […]

Home equity numbers staggering, report says



California’s housing boom has generated $1 trillion in increased home equity since 2000, pumping billions of dollars into the state’s economy, according to a new report from the California Building Industry Association. The report, prepared by CBIA Chief Economist Alan Nevin, also found that for those who owned their single-family home in 2000, the median equity gain, exclusive of down […]

Oak Park hires two high school administrators



by Daniel Wolowiczdanielw@theacorn.com The Oak Park Unified School District has announced the hiring of two new high school administrators. Lou Tabone will take over as the district’s Director of Alternative Education, replacing longtime high school Principal Millie Andress. Larry Boone will replace Pam Magee as assistant principal at Oak Park High School. Tabone will oversee Oak View High School, the […]

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The new trattoria that delivers Those of you who have driven by the Trader Joe’s center on Thousand Oaks Boulevard, Westlake Village, may have noticed the crowds waiting to get into the new Louise’s Trattoria. This small, local chain has been around for many years and is run by Rob Serritella, a long-time Thousand Oaks resident, and general manager Darlene […]

Take Your Acorn On



CHS student crowned Ms. Asia



By Stephanie Bertholdobertholdo@theacorn.com Jennifer Chu, a 17-year-old Calabasas High School student, will have little time to enjoy the lazy days of summer. As the recently crowned Ms. Asia USA, Chu’s summer schedule is filled with public appearances, duties and commitments that few teens will experience during the summer prior to their senior year at high school. Chu’s first commitment was […]


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