Manager cashes in on country music talent

Talent manager Frank Campana’s phone lines have been heating up with requests for client Tommy Cash ever since the release of “Walk the Line,” the film that traces the story of Cash’s famous brother, Johnny. Campana, who has lived in Agoura for 35 years, is no stranger to working with stars. As a former director of artist relations and promotions […]

Stephanie Edwards to speak

Television personality Stephanie Edwards will serve as keynote speaker at the Rotary Club of Calabasas/Agoura Hills Community Awareness Day luncheon from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Wed., Feb. 8 at the Calabasas Golf and Country Club. At the event, presentations will be made for Pride of Workmanship, Disaster/Emergency Response and the Norton Humanitarian Award. Since 1993, the club has sponsored […]

The Acorn’s Super Bowl XL fan search

It’s Super Bowl time again and The Acorn wants to find out who is the biggest Pittsburgh Steelers/Seattle Seahawks fan in our area. We’re looking for one tried and true fan of each team who isn’t afraid to let others know it, and who is planning for the big day like it’s the coming of the next millennium. Longevity as […]

Tiny dancers make friends

President is slick about his reasons for war

As of Jan. 18, 2,222 Americans have died in Iraq. How wonderful it would be if were only a number. But it’s not. It is 2,222 individual lives lost. Our brave soldiers are dying in Iraq so Americans at home can fill our cars, SUVs and trucks with gas and help the oil companies make another $100 billion again this […]

Kathy Fontana

Kathy Fontana, Marlene Mortimer and Gaye McLean, realtors of Century 21 Adobe are hosting a First Time Home Buyers Seminar where the first time buyers can get the information they need to qualify for and buy their first home. The seminar will cover the financial and tax ad Mortimer vantages of buying versus renting, how to qualify with little or […]

New West Symphony Association announces executive director

The New West Symphony Association has announced the appointment of Sherman Oaks resident Nelson Dodge as interim executive director of the symphony while a nationwide search is under way to find a permanent replacement. Previous executive director Kenneth Hopper recently resigned to become general manager of the New Mexico Symphony Orchestra. Dodge has been an active member of the symphony’s […]

Dads, daughters take to the dance floor

The eighth annual Woodland Hills Father-Daughter Valentine Dance will be presented from 7 to 9:30 p.m. Sat., Jan. 28 in the St. Mel Activity Center, 20870 Ventura Blvd., Woodland Hills. The theme of this year’s parentsponsored community event is “I Know That I Am Loved.” “The mission of the dance is to strengthen the blessings of healthy father-daughter relationships by […]

Viewpoint girls’ soccer squad dominating Liberty League foes

Patriots yet to allow a goal in league play

The small private school nestled away in the Santa Monica Mountains is putting up some big results in girls’ soccer. With contributions coming from nearly every person on its 19player roster, the Viewpoint Patriots carried a 10-4 overall record and a 5-0 mark in the Liberty League into yesterday’s match against Milken Community. Since the conclusion of a difficult preseason […]

Swing Night to benefit arts center

Spotlight Swing Nite, a fundraiser featuring dining and dancing to the big band sound of Bob Faust and His All-Star Band, will be from 5:30 to 10 p.m., Sun., Feb. 19, at the Sagebrush Cantina, 23527 Calabasas Road in Old Town Calabasas. Traditional American cuisine will be served, and a no-host bar will be available. The event is presented by […]