Local director to debut film at Method Fest

One of the top entries in this year’s Method Fest independent film festival has roots in Calabasas and Westlake Village. The nearly two-hour feature length film, “December Ends,” will debut at 5:30 p.m. Sun., April 2 at the Carlson Family Theatre on the Viewpoint School campus in Calabasas. “This is one of the biggest events of the festival,” said Don […]

Wellness Community lifts spirits

Warrior softball team loses a pitching duel to Newbury Park

Panther ace Tiffany Curtis no-hits Westlake for 6 2/3 innings

Newbury Park senior pitcher Tiffany Curtis never realized she was one strike away from tossing a no-hitter against Westlake Tuesday afternoon. “I didn’t know that,” said Curtis following Newbury Park’s 1-0 over the Warriors (0-3, 0-1). “Yeah (that’s news), I didn’t know.” Under a chilly, yet rain-free, springtime sky at Borchard Park, Curtis and Westlake sophomore Jenna Becerra staged a […]

National Charity League builds strong young women

Murder mystery has Mardi Gras theme

The Gypsy Players will present “Mardi Gras Murder in the Bayou” interactive murder mystery dinner theater through May 13 at Paul’s Italian Villa, 2585-I Cochran St., Simi Valley, and at Hampton Inn and Suites, 50 W. Daily Drive, Camarillo. Tickets for the Paul’s shows are $45. There will be a Sunday champagne brunch at 11:30 a.m. on April 30. Shows […]

In memory of Max Buelow

It’s a sad fact that in today’s world almost everybody knows somebody whose life has been affected by cancer. But when a child dies, it’s devastatingly tragic. There are no logical explanations. It’s the cruelest outcome imaginable. On this day, the community’s heart pours out to the Buelow family of Calabasas. They recently lost their son Max to bone cancer. […]

BeBruce Kurnik

Bill Dalton, manager of Coldwell Banker’s Agoura/Oak Park office, recently congratulated Bruce Kurnik for being awarded the International President’s Circle designation for exceptional sales performance in 2005. Bruce has been in real altors and the Conejo Valley Board of Realtors. She can be reached at (818) 597-4514. estate as an agent and broker for more than 18 years. During his […]

Spirit of Calabasas hasn’t forgotten hurricane victims

The victims of September’s Hurricane Katrina on the Gulf Coast still need your help. The Spirit of Calabasas Foundation, a group founded to help Katrina victims and support other similar causes, recently announced new plans to aid Plaquemines Parish, a community of 26,000 in southern Louisiana where last year’s big hurricane made landfall and hit the hardest. “Six months on […]

Advice for lupus patients

At the next meeting of the Conejo Valley Lupus Support Group at 6 p.m. Tues., April 4 at One Baxter Way, Westlake Village, Barbara De Witt will discuss “Looking Your Best.” She is the former fashion editor for the Los Angeles Daily News and will provide tips for those who would like to “camouflage” the visual effects from symptoms and […]

Calabasas softball star to be honored by National Jewish Sports Hall of Fame

SPECIAL ATHLETE-Calabasas High School senior Samantha Marder, a member of the Coyote softball team, will be the recipient of the 2006 Pearl D. Mazor Award given to the Outstanding Jewish Female High School Scholar Athlete of the Year. The award will be presented at the 14th Annual National Jewish Sports Hall of Fame and Museum Induction Ceremony, Sun., April 20 […]

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