Through the air with greatest of ease

Deadline is tomorrow to participate in Reyes Adobe Days parade, cook-off

Local comedian Gallagher to serve as grand marsha

Comedian and local resident Gallagher, city officials and other local dignitaries attended a recent kick-off event for Reyes Adobe Days and were treated to a sampling of what the three-day event, scheduled on Oct. 14-16, will offer to the community. Gallagher will serve as grand marshal during the Reyes Adobe Days parade on Sat., Oct. 15. He announced that he’d […]

Wildlife Center to offer volunteer training

Volunteer orientation and basic animal care training will be offered from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sat., Oct. 8 at the California Wildlife Center (CWC), 26026 Piuma Road, Calabasas. Basic training is required for all animal care volunteers. There is a $10 fee for training materials. In addition, all volunteers must become annual CWC members ($25/student; $40/individual; $100/family). To register, […]

Game over at Love Match

The Love Match Tennis Shop, owned and operated by Lea Kramer, will be closing its doors after 35 years. The store in Woodland Hills has a large selection of ladies, men’s and children’s tennis apparel at competitive prices, including Nike, Adidas, Bolle, Fila, Wilson, Prince, Tail, Lily’s K-Swiss, Balle de Match and Ellesse. The entire inventory is now on sale […]

Rabbi continues 30 years of dedication

A profound love for Judaism and a desire to share his knowledge has been the guiding force for more than 30 years for Rabbi Gary Johnson, who’s been the leader of Temple Beth Haverim in Agoura Hills since 1988. Johnson said he was inspired as a teenager by his confirmation class teacher, Phil Silverman of Los Angeles, “whose friendship and […]

Concert to benefiKatrina victims

A group of musicians, including the Crawfish Wranglers, Old Bull, Berry Oakley Jr. and organizer Stephanie Lallouz, will volunteer their musical talents to an all-acoustic concert from 7 to 10 p.m. Fri., Sept. 30 at the Will Geer Theatricum Botanicum, 1419 N. Topanga Canyon Blvd., Topanga. The concert, “We Know What it Means to Miss New Orleans,” is a benefit […]

Prop. 77 would return power to the people

Government by the people and for the people seems to have gotten lost in California, but there’s a glimmer of hope this November with the coming of Proposition 77, the so-called People’s Initiative. Prop. 77 would allow a board of impartial, retired judges– and not the state legislature–to redraw the California Assembly, Senate, Board of Equalization and U.S. Congressional districts. […]

Lushly Landscaped with Sweeping Mountain Views

This is a rare opportunity to own a Sycamore Canyon estate home. African Rosewood floors and custom built-ins are featured throughout. The 5bedroom, 5.5-bath estate offers four fireplaces located in the master bedroom, living room, family room and music room. Upgrades include but not limited to built-in cabinets, recessed lighting, crown molding, gourmet kitchen, wine cellar, french doors open to […]

Water hearing is postponed

The Los Angeles Regional Water Quality Control Board has postponed the continuation of a public meeting on the Tapia Water Reclamation Facility operating permit to Nov. 3. The regional board meeting was continued from Sept. 1, and initially scheduled to reconvene on Oct. 6. According to Las Virgenes Municipal Water District officials, the regional board needs more time to sort […]