2005-09-01

City news



The city of Calabasas wants to stay up-to-date on citizen concerns and wants to keep the citizens up-to-date on city issues. In order to do so, Calabasas now poses a weekly question on the city website. “The ‘Question of the Week’ is designed to gather general information from Calabasas citizens and to keep the city website interactive,” said Deborah Steller, […]

Westlake author shares wisdom



Westlake Village resident Lisa Rojany Buccieri, publishing executive and coauthor of the recently released “Writing Children’s Books for Dummies,” will speak to children’s writers and illustrators on improving their chances of getting and staying published at 7 p.m. Tues., Sept. 13 at the Village Homes Clubhouse, 1040 Evenstar Ave., Westlake Village. The presentation is sponsored by the Society of Children’s […]

Agoura Deli undergoes major rennovation



Agoura’s Famous Deli and Restaurant located on Kanan Road is closed due to major remodeling. The longtime local deli will reopen in the next two to three weeks. Owners David and Alex Lovi also own the Country Deli in Chatsworth. The pair plans to open a third restaurant in Newbury Park sometime later this year. Agoura’s Famous Deli still offers […]

Nithyananda Foundation to host series of talks



Paramahamsa Sri Nithyananda, spiritual leader of the Nithyananda Foundation, will present a series of talks this month in conjunction with the opening of the organization’s western headquarters in Los Angeles. Nithyananda’s message is simple: “The time has come to bridge the gap between ancient Eastern system of enlightenment and mysticism and the modern Western system of logic and evidence.” The […]

Living on ‘Furniture Row’



I’m tired of feeling that I live on Agoura furniture row. I live on Colodny in Agoura Hills and our street was already so full of cars on the street that if you came home after 9 p.m. you would have no place to park. Now, three new townhome sites are being constructed. They installed the water to one set […]

Classic Westlake Shores Home



This 3-bedroom home with good architecture is in superb condition and evident in the creative use of space. The well-designed floor plan offers vaulted ceilings, huge picture windows, light and bright, private atrium, spacious bedrooms and baths. The well-maintained yard offers a patio, pool and spa. With a great location on the greenbelt, this property is just one house from […]

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OPHS grad flies the skies



WING MAN—Scott Newman, a 1999 graduate of Oak Park High School, is flying for American Eagle, the regional arm of American Airlines. Scott received his private pilot’s license while in high school. First Officer Newman earned his bachelors degree in professional aeronautics from Embry Riddle Aeronautical University and has worked as an FAA certified flight instructor. He recently completed seven […]

Holmes joins Millennium



Millennium Business Solutions Group, Inc. announced that Cedrick Holmes has joined the team as ACT! Implementation Specialist. Holmes, founder of Rescue Tech West, has over seven years experience as an ACT! Database engineer, designer, implementer, trainer and analyst. Holmes’ expertise is the development of single or synchronized multi-user database solutions. Headquartered in Westlake Village, Millennium is a leader in providing […]

Communion services slated



Pastor Gary Alan Dickey will speak on “There is Always Room for One More” for the 8, 9 and 10:30 a.m. communion services on Sun, Sept. 4 at the United Methodist Church of Westlake Village, 1049 Westlake Blvd., Westlake Village. Special music will be included in each service. Christian Education classes for all ages will meet at 9 a.m. Childcare […]


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