Learn to clog

The Conejo Valley Cloggers invite adults, teens and children to join them at their weekly sessions at 6:45 p.m. Thursdays at Old Meadows Park, 1600 Marview Drive, Thousand Oaks. A beginner’s class is from 6:45 to 7:30 p.m. A new class for beginners will start March 30. Intermediate and advanced classes continue to 10 p.m. The fee is $5 per […]

Agoura done in by the Dons

Santa Barbara wins CIF-SS Division IV girls

It wasn’t supposed to end like this, not with this team, not this year. Oh sure, the Santa Barbara Dons had won seven of the last eight CIF girls’ water polo championships, but this was going to be Agoura’s time to shine. After all, AHS (25-7) had already beaten the Dons (19-12) twice this season. But sometimes things don’t go […]

Oxford Learning Center offers unique program

Oxford Learning in Thousand Oaks is offering for a limited time free Dynamic Diagnostic Assessments to students who can benefit from their unique afterschool learning program. Interested parents or students should contact their school counselor or principal, or Oxford Learning at (805) 494-7330. Founded in the mid-1980s by a team of education experts who researched how children actually learn, Oxford […]

Insurance agent deserves better

Don Liebman has been my insurance agent for almost 33 years, so I read your article about him with great interest. While your article discussed his insurance agency and how he deals with Parkinson’s disease, it failed to mention how Don is also a generous supporter of our communities. I was outraged when I also read that other insurance agencies […]

Upgraded From Tip To Top

This 4-bedroom and 2.5-bathroom home with nearly 2,500 square feet has been remodeled and upgraded from tip to top. It opens up to a hardwood floor entry and an inviting formal living room completed with Plantation shutters, beautiful crown molding and fireplace. The informal family room, currently used as a billiard room, has a sliding glass door to the rear […]

Calabasas ‘state of city’ remains strong, mayor say

The City of Calabasas appears strong financially and readily able to withstand the challenges of the future, Mayor Barry Groveman said in his state of the city speech last week at city hall. At the end of the last fiscal cycle the city’s assets exceeded liabilities by almost $80 million, up over $11 million from last year, the mayor reported. […]

High school student heads Israel Advocacy Group

Adam Teitelbaum, a senior at New Community Jewish High School in West Hills, is hoping that the pen proves to be mightier than the sword. As president of the Israel Advocacy Group, Teitelbaum, 18, is collecting signatures for a petition that urges United States lawmakers to pass House Bill 282, more commonly known as the Iran Freedom and Support Act. […]

Los Robles trustees appoint new chairman

Ritch Eich, PhD, vice president of marketing and communications at California Lutheran University in Thousand Oaks, recently was appointed chairman of the board of trustees of Los Robles Hospital and Medical Center, also in Thousand Oaks. Eich succeeds C. Perin Johnson, MD, who remains on the board. “We are extremely fortunate to have someone with Ritch’s breadth of experience and […]

Oak Park boys’ basketball team falls to Harvard-Westlake

Tour de Amgen benefits cancer patients

Photos by JANN HENDRY/Acorn Newspapers WHEELS IN MOTION—Above, bicyclists race by during the Amgen Breakaway from Cancer charity ride on Saturday. Locals joined Amgen staff and families during the 25-mile ride which benefits people with cancer and their caregivers. The annual ride is hosted by Amgen, the Wellness Community and 10-time Tour de France veteran cyclist George Hincapie. Below, Agoura […]