2006-03-16

Schumacher named planning commission alternat



Rick Schumacher is the new alternate member of the Calabasas Planning Commission. Mayor Barry Groveman suggested Schumacher be given the vacant seat and the city council voted 5-0 in favor. The planning commission hears topics and makes recommendations to the city council regarding city planning issues. The alternate commissioner has authority to vote in the absence of a permanent commissioner. […]

ADD support in Calabasas



Dealing with Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) is an enormous challenge. Many people do not know where to go for information and support. When seeking information about ADD/ ADHD, looking for help for self, a child, or family, call the West Valley Attention Deficit Disorder Meetup Group. “I wanted to create a safe environment where local people dealing with ADD and […]

Local author releases unauthorized biography on Bob Knight

Co-writers Steve Delsohn and Mark Heisler to sign book Saturday at Barnes & Noble in Westlake

Tyrant. Genius. Bully. Winner. Former Indiana University and current Texas Tech head basketball coach Bob Knight has been called a lot of things, some favorable, and some less kind. Steve Delsohn, a Thousand Oaks resident and co-author of Bob Knight: The Unauthorized Biography, describes the coach as a “complicated character.” Delsohn should know. The 48-year-old journalist spent the past two […]

Pay the piper- students play for benefit



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The question: Can motorists enter the bicycle lane when approaching an intersection with the intent of making a right turn? The answer: Yes, according to Sgt. Philip Brooks of the Lost Hills Sheriff’s Station. “A bike lane is usually a solid white line and at the intersection it’ll be a dashed line, indicating that you can enter the bike lane […]

At The End Of A Cul-De-Sac



This Casa De Encanto is on an estate bordering Medea Creek at the end of a cul-desac and privately gated. The master retreat has his-and-hers walk-ins and fireplace. The kitchen has a center island. There’s a family room with Texas Shellstone bar, ice maker and fridge. The living room has an adjoining den and Kiva style fireplace. There’s a separate […]

Purim celebration begins



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THURS., MARCH 16 Parents’ Internet Info Officer Steve DeWarns, expert in online child exploitation investigations, speaks to all Oak Park parents on “Protect Your Child from Internet Predators” from 7 to 9 p.m. at Oak Park High School Pavilion, 899 N. Kanan Road, Oak Park. Free. (818) 7353300 Vocal Ensemble Visits The Shrine of the Ages Choir from Northern Arizona […]

Rain puts WAGS opening day on hold



‘Godspell’ playing in Camarillo

Play promotes a message of kindness, tolerance and love

The musical “Godspell” is currently being performed at the Camarillo Community Theatre, 330 Skyway Drive, Camarillo (inside the airport). For information and reservations, call (805) 388-5716. “Godspell” is based on the Gospel according to St. Matthew. It is an uplifting musical, appropriate for the whole family. Some memorable songs are “Prepare Ye the Way of the Lord,” “Day by Day” […]


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