Vote for Lev

The June primary is nearing and voters in the 41st Assembly District are hearing from a variety of candidates. Jonathan Levey stands out from the other candidates in several respects. He is the only candidate with degrees from Princeton University and Harvard Law School. He is the only candidate with solid real world business experience with one of the country’s […]

Beverly Snowden

Beverly Snowden of Prudential California Realty’s Thousand Oaks office won the award for top producer for February. Snowden has been a real estate agent since 1991, and took a President’s Circle award for her outstanding production in 2005 at the company’s annual awards banquet in February. Snowden’s attentive, professional manner, combined with her ability to understand and respond to the […]

Water district tour available

Las Virgenes Municipal Water District will offer the public a behind the scenes look at its potable water facilities on Sat., May 20. Officials said the purpose of the tour is to give customers better insight into the district’s local operations and help them understand the challenges the public agency faces in delivering safe, reliable water to area homes and […]

Pie giveaway for donors

United Blood Services of the Central Coast has announced that 1,700 blood donations are needed in the Ventura County area before the Memorial Day weekend to prepare for an increasing need for blood beginning with the Memorial Day holiday and into early summer. They have teamed up with the Marie Callender’s restaurant chain to distribute coupons for a free whole […]

Agoura High parents cook up fundraiser to support school

Forget bake sales, ice cream days and pizza nights to raise extra funds for schools. The Agoura High School Parent Faculty Club is publishing a cookbook with about 300 favorite recipes submitted by teachers, students, families and friends from coast to coast. Does Crock-Pot Kahlua Pork sound tantalizing? Try serving it with Cinco de Mayo bread, Sweet Potato Spinach Salad, […]

Guest rabbi to speak at Chabad

Chabad of Calabasas has invited Rabbi Manis Friedman to speak at the Calabasas Inn, 23500 Park Sorrento in Calabasas at 8 p.m. on Mon., May 22. “It is Manis Friedman’s extraordinary gift to be able to touch the mind and heart of anyone in search of self-understanding,” says Susan Handelman, a professor of English at the University of Maryland. Seats […]

Theater company establishes scholarship

Program named after original theater owner

Class Act Musical Theatre in Woodland Hills has established a new scholarship to help support young actors. The event was marked with a special one-time performance of “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown,” presented by Class Act alumni on May 6. The Allen Memorial Scholarship is named after the late Larry Allen, the original owner of the theater. He passed […]

Families can’t afford gas price

Did you see that? The gas price just went up again. It will probably never go down. This one guy named Jerry bought gas for $60. If the gas station keeps this up, we won’t be able to go to work because if your work is a long ways away, well, you’re going to have to get gas and you […]

Jennifer Auten-Ramseye

The top producer awarfor February went to Jennifer Auten-Ramseyer at Prudential California Realty’s North Ranch/ Westlake Village office. Auten-Ramseyer is an energetic mother of four, with a background as a successful businesswoman, real estate investor and registered nurse. She has brought these diverse experiences to real estate. Auten-Ramseyer focuses on creative marketing strategies, strong communication, negotiating and advocating skills for […]