Clean ice is safe ice

You may think that all ice is the same, but if you have contaminated ice, you and your family could be risking your health. As the weather begins to heat up, so does ice consumption to keep beverages and food cold and fresh. Whether it’s a backyard barbecue, a picnic at the park or a daily glass of iced tea, […]

Mad Science, Kindermusik programs in Calabasas

The city of Calabasas Community Services Department offers a Mad Science summer camp in two sessions in July at Grape Arbor Park in Calabasas. The first session is from July 10 to 14 and the second is from July 24 to 28. Hours are 9 a.m. to noon or 1 to 4 p.m. Monday to Friday. The fee is $185 […]

Westlake music fans reminisce at outdoor concert

NICE CATCH-Dante Gigliotti, 10, of Westlake Village, plays with the beach ball he received at the Westlake Civic Center Concert where the Surf City All Star Band played for a good-sized family crowd on Friday night.

Euripides’ drama to play out under the stars

Tickets will be available beginning today, Thurs., June 29, for the inaugural presentation in the Getty Villa’s dramatic outdoor Barbara and Lawrence Fleischman Theater of “Hippolytos.” Award-winning playwright and theater director Stephen Sachs will present a new adaptation of Euripides’ timeless drama “Hippolytos” from a new translation by noted poet and classicist Anne Carson. Performances will be Aug. 31 to […]

Reader wary of next Westlake Village mayor

After being a resident of the city since before it was established, it is frightening to me that Jim Bruno is going to be the next mayor. His behavior to the city staff at the meetings is a disgrace. At the meeting in January when many of us wanted to speak about the Lowe’s project, he spent two hours questioning […]

This One Story Home Features A Large Corner Lot

This 3-bedroom, 2.5bath one-story home features a large corner lot of approximately 12,070 square feet, with a permitted detached 2-car garage, RV access possible, and fruit trees. The large added family room has pine ceilings and recessed lighting. The living room has a fireplace. The kitchen has been upgraded, and is open to the formal dining room, which has French […]

Weight control specialist opens new office in Thousand Oaks

Dr. David Medway, originally from Woodland Hills, has opened a Thousand Oaks office for patients in need of weight management. Medway earned his BA in psychology magna cum laude at UCLA. He completed his medical school education doing honors work at George Washington University in Washington, D.C. Medway’s interest in weight control began during his internal medicine residency and culminated […]

Oak Park alumna begins her professional career serving others

Next month Katie Edwards will begin her professional life helping others when she takes a position as a social worker with Riverside County’s Child Protective Services. But serving those in need is nothing new for this Oak Park High School graduate. After earning a bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of Washington, Edwards spent a year volunteering with VISTA […]

Amateurs produce plays for broadcast

Ever wanted to work a television camera, sharpen your acting skills or write an original play and see it come to life? This group is for you. Readers Theater Television is in its third season producing original plays and helping writers, actors and people who like to work behind the scenes to gain handson experience. There’s always room for talented […]

Ride the rails with ‘Woody Guthrie’

American’s leading troubadour, Woody Guthrie, captivated the hearts of the downtrodden during the Okalahoma dust bowl storms and brought hope to all during the Great Depression of the 1930s. Be part of the experience on board the Fillmore & Western Railway on Sun., July 9. This is a special event on the regularly scheduled Weekend Scenic Excursion but will require […]