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+The city of Agoura Hills Department of Community Services announces several new classes for spring. Courses will meet at the Agoura Hills Recreation Center at 30610 Thousand Oaks Blvd., Agoura Hills. A babysitter training class for ages 11 to 15 is scheduled from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Sat., April 1. The cost is $38 plus a $20 materials fee. […]

Conditioned hikers invited to trek

The sixth annual, seven-day trek along the Santa Monica Mountains Backbone Trail will begin on Sat., May 6, providing a 65-mile guided wilderness experience within sight of Los Angeles. Hikers will assemble at the western end of the trail just off Pacific Coast Highway in Ventura County and hike about 10 miles daily until arriving on Sat., May 13 at […]

Agoura Christian business applauded

The Joni and Friends International Disability Center in Agoura Hills has taken top honors in a recent “Best Christian Places to Work in the U.S.” survey. Administered by the Best Christian Workplaces Institute, the survey asked more than 10,600 employees in 93 organizations across the U.S. to identify “great” workplaces with a Christian mission and/or values. The top 40 survey […]

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“Inside Man” Directed by: Spike Lee Starring: Denzel Washington, Clive Owen, Jodie Foster, Willem Dafoe and Christopher Plummer MPAA rating: R (for adult language, brief violence) Running time: 130 minutes Least suited for: the ‘possible-but-not probable’ crowd Most suited for: the heist fan It’s getting harder these days, cinematically speaking, to pull off a good bank heist. Most of the […]

Joe DeCarlo

Joe DeCarlo of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage in Agoura/ Oak Park was recently congratulated by Branch Manager Bill Dalton for receiving the International President’s Diamond Society award for his outstanding production for 2005. Joe prides himself in his ability to make the buying and selling of residential properties and effortless and stress-free experience. For all your real estate needs, Joe […]

New red spot growing on Jupiter

Backyard astronomers should aim their telescopes toward Jupiter at sunrise because the largest planet in the solar system is growing a new red spot, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration said. Astronomers recently identified the new red spot, a storm called Oval BA or Red Jr. It’s about half the size of the famous Great Red Spot on the planet, […]

Lecture to describe parks, open space history

In the 1920s and 1930s, Temescal Gateway Park served as the West Coast center for the Chautauqua movement. Originated in 1874 on the shores of Chautauqua Lake in southwestern New York state, Chautauqua assemblies were aimed at challenging the minds and spirits of participants by offering families seasonal programs of lectures, music, elocution, and open discussion of public issues, literature, […]

Chamber visits Borderline

The adventures of Phynneas

My name is Phynneas. I’m an eight-year-old wire-haired rescue terrier and I’m the most lovable and friendly dog you will ever meet. Seven years ago my master was terminally ill and my mom and I drove two times daily to the hospital in Santa Monica. One day, my mom left me alone in the car. A stranger camebroke into our […]

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