2006-08-10

Another Lebanon perspective



I read Chelsea Ma’s article on the Israeli-Lebanon War with interest. The imam she quoted, Ali Muhammad Shakoor, somehow neglected to mention that in the process of kidnapping two Israeli soldiers inside sovereign Israeli territory in an entirely unprovoked attack, the kidnappers killed an additional eight soldiers. Now why would they do that, do you think? Sheldon Teitelbaum Agoura Hills

Steve Young



Steve Young was the listing agent for the sale of my home. His 29 years of experience and understanding of market conditions was critical to the sale, especially due to deteriorating market conditions. Almost no other homes in the area were selling and mine sold in 24 days. Steve helped me properly price and prepare the property for sale. There […]

Firm gets high marks on J.D. Power survey



The financial services firm Edward Jones ranks highest in full-service investor satisfaction for the second consecutive year, according to the J.D. Power and Associates 2006 Full Service Investor Satisfaction Study. The study found the company offered strong customer service representative performance, convenience, account set-up/offerings, account statements and product and service offerings combined with competitive investment performance. “Our clients are the […]

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THURS., AUG. 10 ‘A Chorus Line’ Golden Performing Arts Teen Theatre presents “A Chorus Line” tonight through Aug. 13 at the Madrid Theatre, 21622 Sherman Way, Canoga Park. Shows are at 7:30 p.m. with a 12:30 p.m. show on Sun., Aug. 13. Youth ages 13 to 20 star. $10 to $15. (818) 347-9938 Amateur Radio Club Simi Settlers Amateur Radio […]

Love on Four Paws



PET A PAL-Skippy, 10, a Tibetan spaniel, gets a pat from Lyuda Panina, 6, a Bay Laurel Elementary School first-grader, as owner Arlene Bernholtz watches during a recent presentation at the Calabasas Library. Skippy and Arlene volunteer for Love on Four Paws, a certified pet therapy organization that visits children and families during hospitalization.

Mega Mixer helps business



The Thousand Oaks-Westlake Village Regional Chamber of Commerce, in conjunction with the Camarillo Chamber of Commerce and the Port Hueneme Chamber of Commerce, will host a Mega Mixer from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Wed., Aug. 16 at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza, 2100 E. Thousand Oaks Blvd. The event will feature food from California Pizza Kitchen, Old Town Breakfast […]

Lowe’s-Costco clarification



In my letter of July 27, I did not mean to imply that Jonathan Greenspan authorized or participated in any fundraising on behalf of any group in opposition to the Costco development in Westlake Village David Halpert Agoura Hills

This Coventry Ridge House Has A Pool, Spa And Built-in Barbecue And Is Zoned For Horses



This Coventry ridge house is in an exclusive area on about half acre zoned for horses and has a pool, spa and built-in barbecue. The impeccably decorated family room has custom stone fireplace, wet bar, and built in entertainment center. The kitchen has granite counters. There’s neutral Italian stone flooring downstairs, remodeled bathrooms, huge RV access and views and access […]

FOR THE RECORD



+In last week’s article on the Metropolitan Water District’s decision to add fluoride to local tap water, the target range for the fluoride additives is .7 to .8 mgl. not .07. The amount is 10 times what was stated in the article. +The Kiwanis of Thousand Oaks are hosting Comedy in the Conejo at The Canyon in Agoura Hills at […]

Wok on the wild side



City Wok, the newest addition to the Thousand Oaks dining scene, is an East-meetsWest collaboration. Serving his first North Hollywood guest in 1990, founder Stuart Davis’ dream was a contemporary yet casual restaurant offering authentic, cooked-toorder Asian cuisine. Patrons won’t find steam tables and there’s no standing in line. Instead, patrons are served tableside “in a comfortable and hip environment,” […]


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