Teens remember U.S. military

Water polo fundraiser slated

The Agoura Water Polo Foundation is holding a fundraiser today, Nov. 3 from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m.at Agoura High School. Proceeds will benefit the local water polo program and provide funding for training, equipment and transportation. Rosie’s BBQ Grill has donated food for the event. Interested people can drive by the high school and actually pick up a to-go […]

Critter Tales —

Puppy proves she’s ready and willing to help Craige Story of Westlake Village told us about Graci, her Australian Labradoodle. Graci has been in training this year to take her therapy dog certification. In preparation for the test, Story takes Graci with her almost everywhere. One day in a department story, they approached a mother with her son, who was […]

New musical coming to Malibu Pres

Angel Gabriel guides you on a journey of life

The Winged Lion Players will present a new musical, “As the Spirit Moves: A Broadway Revue” at the Malibu Presbyterian Church, 3324 Malibu Canyon Road, Malibu, one block from Pepperdine University. Showtimes are 8 p.m. Fri. and Sat., Nov. 11 and 12, and 6 p.m. Sun., Nov. 13. This lively, fast paced production uses 10 actors and a professional musical […]

Sheriff to host youth festival

The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department will host its third annual Our Community Celebrates Youth from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sat., Nov. 5 at Juan Bautista de Anza Park, 3701 Lost Hills Road, Cala-basas. This event features children’s health and safety tips and handson demonstrations by the Sheriff’s Department. Entertainment will be provided by several musical groups. The U.S. […]

More Than Two Acres with Spectacular Views

This stunning 5-bedroom, 4-bath home is situated on more than two acres with spectacular views. The very light and open floor plan offers over 5,000 sq. ft. Highlights include an infinity pebble-tech saltwater pool and spa, granite island kitchen with Viking appliances and custom maple cabinetry, plus maple hardwood floors. This home is privately gated in a gated community. For […]

Prop. 76 draws heat from local school districts

All about money

The Las Virgenes and Oak Park unified school districts stand opposed to Proposition 76, Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger’s “The California Live Within Our Means Act.” But supporters of the proposition, such as the Thousand OaksWestlake Village Regional Chamber of Commerce, feel Prop. 76 is needed to help balance the state’s debt-laden budget. Las Virgenes Superintendent Sandra Smyser said the proposition could […]

Surf video makes waves

Things have really taken off since the Los Angeles Times last spring and Longboard magazine last year praised Rick Way’s surf video, “Best Hours of the Day . . . A Surfer’s Journey.” Following the publicity, demand for the video has skyrocketed. It’s selling well in 31 surf shops from Ventura to San Diego, according to Way, who teaches English […]

Agoura Hills health charity earns award

The Greater Los Angeles Chapter of the ALS Association, with headquarters in Agoura Hills, has been selected by the American Express Foundation as a recipient of a Global Volunteer Action Fund award. Awards are presented annually to eligible nonprofit organizations in the community where American Express employees volunteer their time. This chapter provides free services for persons with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis […]

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Admission Decisions 101 As students put final touches on early action and early decision applications, and rush to complete their UC applications, it’s time to talk about how admissions decisions are made. According to a 2004 survey by the National Association for College Admission Counseling, grades in college preparatory courses, standardized test scores and overall grades are the top factors […]

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