2005-10-06

Light and Bright, Lower Level Unit



This is a great starter condo for the first-time buyer. This immaculate 1bedroom, 1-bath unit is the largest floorplan in the complex and features a large mirrored living room and fresh paint. It’s located near the laundry room and has two parking spaces. The complex features pool, spa, sauna, gym, rec room and billiard room. Don’t miss this great, light […]

Calabasas tackles water pollution

Different solutions explored

The Calabasas City Council wants to tackle the city’s clean water issue and limit the trash and other toxic debris that are finding their way to the local beaches. At a recent city council meeting, officials discussed a number of ways that Calabasas could become more environmentally active. Melina Watts, Malibu Creek Watershed Coordinator, applauded the city for its environmental […]

WHS cheerleaders clean cars for charity



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THURS., OCT. 6 African Violets Thousand Oaks African Violet Society meets 7 p.m. at Redeemer Lutheran Church, 667 Camino Dos Rios, Thousand Oaks for program on different aspects of growing African violets. Visitors and their plants welcome. (805) 381-0014 Learn Library System Newbury Park Branch Library, 233a Borchard Road, Newbury Park: From 10:15 to 11:45 a.m. a program will be […]

Strong start for Renegade soccer team



The Apex Renegades, a Girls Under-15 soccer club from Ventura County, won its first league game in the Coast Soccer League by a score of 5-0. The Renegades had previously reached the finals in a preseason tournament at Temecula. In their second tournament in Santa Barbara, the Renegades won their first two games before losing to the eventual tournament champion. […]

Acting workshop opens soon



Teens ages 15 and up are invited to attend a theatrical workshop, “Acting For The Musical” which will focus on performance for musical theater and offer participants the chance to work with an accomplished Broadway actor. Classes will meet 5 to 8 p.m. Sundays, beginning Oct. 16 at the California Dance Theatre in Agoura Hills and ending Nov. 20 with […]

Help eradicate Calabasas graffiti



The members of the Calabasas Volunteer Patrol, working through the Lost Hills Sheriff’s Station, are asking for the continued help of all residents to report any graffiti spotted in the city of Calabasas. These reports should be directed to Larry Edmondson at city hall, (818) 878-4225, ext. 249. If Larry is not available, your report can also be made to […]