2006-03-16

Calabasas goes postal over mail delays

Problem shows improvement

Neither rain, sleet, snow nor hail stops the United States Postal Service from delivering the mail- except in Calabasas, it seems. Several Calabasas residents complained recently that they’re receiving their mail as late as 11 p.m. on delivery days. Some residents say they’ve even received other people’s mail. The disruption in service has infuriated many. “As far as I’m concerned, […]

Agoura temple trying to retain home



Good things come from adversity. It is a tough but productive lesson that members of Temple Beth Haverim in Agoura Hills are learning. Financial challenges and sagging membership threaten to force the synagogue to find a new home. But when information about the temple’s struggle came to light, both active and inactive members of the congregation responded with strong support. […]

Medieval marketplace coming to A.E. Wright School



The A.E. Wright campus will be transformed into a medieval market from 1:15 to 2:45 p.m. Fri., March 24 on the north campus basketball courts. The school is at 4029 N. Las Virgenes Road, Calabasas. The 31st annual event is hosted by the school’s seventh grade social science teachers. Merchants will display their wares, craftsmen will demonstrate their skills and […]

Does God play hide and seek?



The Conejo Jewish Academy will host a lecture on “Divine Peek-a-Book: Does God Play Hide and Seek?” at 8 p.m. Mon., March 20 at 30345 Canwood Street, Agoura Hills. Guest speaker Rabbi Yosef Y. Jacobson “is a gifted orator who leaves his audience spellbound as he expounds on the profound wisdom of Jewish mysticism and brings it down to a […]

Drivers who observe the laws won’t receive a citation



As an ex-New Jersey state trooper, I feel compelled to respond to Kyle Jorrey’s article, “License and Registration, Please” (March 9). Jorrey outlines the story of a person named Mary (last name withheld at her request) and her encounters with officers of the Lost Hills Sheriff’s Department. As the article states, “she just wants answers,” and I feel I am […]

Easy Access To Malibu Creek State Park



This house in Agoura Hills has kitchen with copper sink, Viking range and breakfast bar, wood floors and tile throughout the house. There are textured plaster walls, exposed beams, spacious bedrooms and upper level terrace off the fourth bedroom. There’s a formal dining room and master retreat. Outside is a stained double-level view deck, grassy yard with pond/waterfall, views and […]

Melody makers



Senior recreation program gears up for spring



The city of Agoura Hills Department of Community Services Senior Recreation Program spring newsletter has been mailed to current program members. A copy may also be picked up at the Agoura Hills Recreation Center, 30610 Thousand Oaks Blvd., at City Hall or the Agoura Hills Public Library, both at 30001 Ladyface Court. Many different types of activities and events are […]

Agoura High, Calabasas High bands chosen as finalists for jazz competition



Agoura High School and Calabasas High School were named as two of the 15 finalists nationwide for the 11th annual Essentially Ellington High School Jazz Band Competition and Festival. This is the second year that Agoura High School was chosen as a finalist. The announcement was made at the beginning of the month at the Jazz at Lincoln Center (JALC) […]

Church youth to sing in musical show about Jesus



“How Can I Keep From Singing” is a musical tribute to the life and teachings of Jesus Christ, with narrative and 12 songs from a variety of musical traditions, performed by nearly 160 youth from across the Conejo Valley. The musical will be presented at 6 and 7:30 p.m. Sun., March 19 at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day […]


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