2005-12-15

Busted at The Promenade



Celebrate the holidays safely



This holiday season, the spirit of giving can lull one into giving burglars, muggers and pickpockets a better chance to do their dirty work. Crooks love the holidays, mainly because there’s more opportunity for crime. The Malibu/Lost Hills Sheriff’s Station Community Relations/Crime Prevention offers these tips on how to celebrate safely this holiday season: When traveling •Get an automatic timer […]

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THURS., DEC. 15 Cloggers to Celebrate Conejo Valley Cloggers host their annual Christmas dance at 7:30 p.m. at Old Meadows Center, 1600 Marview, Thousand Oaks. Bring a wrapped ornament to exchange. New beginners’ class will start on Jan. 5. Group meets 6:45 p.m. Thursdays, $3 to $5 each session. (805) 527-6185 Oak Park Gardeners Oak Park Gardeners meet at 7 […]

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Agoura Hills Thieves broke into a car parked by Chuy’s Grill on Agoura Road on Nov. 27 and stole a digital camera and a bag containing a wallet and other goods valued at $600. The vandals also smashed one of the vehicle’s windows. Vandals damaged two fire extinguishers at the Archstone apartment complex on Agoura Road on Nov. 25. The […]

Book character will come alive on stage



The Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza Foundation presents “Little Bear and the Enchanted Wood” at 7 p.m. Thurs., Jan. 19 in the Fred Kavli Theatre at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza, 2100 E. Thousand Oaks Blvd. Maurice Sendak’s Little Bear is the gentle, curious and inventive character that has captivated the imaginations of children the world over for more […]

War between the factions continues



I found Stuart Selter’s letter in last week’s Acorn regarding the city of Agoura Hills and school funding quite remarkable. It’s nice that Stuart finally wrote a letter to the Acorn. It’s too bad he didn’t have the courage to write one during the election to support a council candidate who supported more funding of the schools by the city […]

City rewards ‘Recycler’



The Calabasas Environmental Commission named Narive Kavakian of Calabasas as the “Recycler of the Month” for November. Kavakian received a $250 prize at the commission’s Dec. 6 meeting. The “Recycler of the Month” drawing was initiated by the Calabasas Public Works Department to encourage residents and businesses to recycle. Residents who regularly recycle can fill out an entry card and […]

Calabasas cheer team is all about spirit



Quality Home Loans consolidates in Calabasas



Quality Home Loans announced the consolidation of its Oxnard-based corporate offices and its Westlake-based inside sales offices into a new corporate headquarters in Calabasas. Quality leased 46,000 square feet in the Corporate Point office building located on the south side of the Ventura Freeway just west of the Lost Hills offramp in Calabasas. Occupancy is planned for Jan. 2006 and […]

Chabad’s Chanukah events slated



Chabad of the Conejo is celebrating Chanukah with festivalsmenorah displays and kindlings in shopping centers designed to reach out to thousands of Jewish families throughout the holiday period. Throughout the week leading up to Chanukah (which begins asundown, Sun., Dec. 25), Chabad representatives will visit local Jewish schools and senior homes with the olive press demonstrations. The workshop is a […]


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