Agoura High students featured in Thousand Oaks production

Pacific Festival Ballet to present

Pacific Festival Ballet will present its 12th annual holiday classic, “The Nutcracker,” in the Kavli Theatre at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza, 2100 Thousand Oaks Blvd. Pacific Festival Ballet is the resident “Nutcracker” production at the Civic Arts Plaza. Four school outreach performances are at 9:30 and 11:30 a.m. Wed. and Thurs., Dec. 14 and 15. Tickets are available […]

Minister to speak on ‘spiritual mind treatment’

The Sunday “Celebration of Life” service is at 10 a.m. at the Westlake Church of Religious Science, 880 Hampshire Road, Suites V and W., Westlake Village. Preceding the service from 9:30 to 9:50 a.m. is Prayerful “Time for Transformation.” On Dec. 11, Rev. Jim Lockard’s sermon topic will be “Spiritual Mind Treatment.” For more information about church services and programs, […]

Area schools still need funding

On Oct. 13, The Acorn ran “Area schools not in such dire straits after all.” This misleading headline gave the impression that Measure E has cured the financial ills of our school district. Fact: Measure E reduced the financial hemorrhaging to a slow bleeding. The draconian budget cuts of 2003-04 were only partially offset by Measure E. The programs and […]

JoAnn Tattersall

JoAnn Tattersall, owner and broker of Active Real Estate in Westlake Village, has been helping home buyers and sellers achieve their goals and dreams for over 25 years. She enjoys the challenge of matching buyers to the home that meets their goals. Tattersall is a proud sponsor of School-Team for Hillcrest Christian School in Thousand Oaks and Red Oak Elementary […]

Westlake man is new Alliance for Arts chair

Westlake Village lawyer Richard “Tag” Hoefflin was elected chairman of the board for the Alliance for the Arts at the organization’s annual meeting last month. An Alliance board member since 2000, Hoefflin has been active on both the compliance committee and the executive board, assisting with matters concerning the Angels of the Alliance, co-chairing the Annual Alliance Shoot-Out Golf Tournament, […]

Calabasas Chamber members offer gifts

Hiking can be hard on the feet

Hiking can be vigorous exercise and many hikers and hunters are ill prepared for the beating their feet will take, warns the American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons (ACFAS). “Hikers, hunters and others who love the outdoors often don’t realize how strenuous it can be to withstand constant, vigorous walking on uneven terrain,” said Michael Cosenza, DPM, a former […]

Calabasas girls’ basketball team taking steps in right direction

Top priority to get league wins

Coming off another season in which they failed to win a league game, and with their third head coach in as many years at the helm, it would be easy for the Calabasas girls’ basketball team to enter the 2005/06 campaign with limited expectations. Don’t try telling that to the Coyote players and coaches, though, because rather than dwelling on […]

Feeding the less fortunate

OUR DAILY BREAD—Volunteers sort through grocery bags of food at the Do It Center parking lot in Agoura Hills in preparation for delivery to needy families during Santa Comes to Agoura lasweekend. Above right, Oak Park residents Lily Rosen, 4, and her mother, Laura, help load the bags into the cars and trucks used for transporating the food. This year, […]

Village people are a no-show

The residents of the city of Agoura should know their tax dollars are being used to plan and design disturbing private development(s) called Agoura Village. The city of Agoura Hills is seeking to solidify a massive upzoning around Agoura Road that will add hundreds of thousand of square feet of commercial and residential development and serious amounts of traffic pollution […]

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