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“You, Me and Dupree” is a pleasant, silly little buddy flick starring Owen Wilson that works best if you like-guess who?-Owen Wilson. If you’re not an Owen Wilson fan, subtract one acorn and take your chances. Then again, if Wilson’s not on your VIP list, why even choose to see this one? You’ll get what you deserve. For the record, […]

Mark Tyoran

Mark Tyoran of Re/Max Olson & Associates Inc., North Ranch office in Westlake Village, has been commended by broker/ owner Todd C. Olson and President Keith Myers for his production in June with sales totaling more than $5.1 million. He also received accolades for achieving “Chairman Circle” status for 2005. This honor places him in the top 1 percent of […]

Decorate your home with ‘junktiquing’

On any given Sunday morning, head to one of the many local flea markets. There you’ll find hundreds of people armed with cash, coffee and a determination to find hidden treasure–treasure in the form of junk, that is. I like to call it “trash to treasure,” or “junktiquing.” You may not know what you’re looking for, but once the hunt […]

Oak Park schools contact information

District Office Switchboard: (818)735-3200 Administration Dr. Tony Knight, Superintendent: TKnight@opusd.k12.ca.us Cliff Moore, Asst. Superintendent: cmoore@opusd.k12.ca.us Debra Burgher, Principal, Brookside Elementary School: dburgher@opusd.k12.ca.us Leslie Heilbron, Principal, Oak Hills Elementary School: lheilbron@opusd.k12.ca.us Jon Duim, Principal, Red Oak Elementary School: jduim@opusd.k12.ca.us Laurel Ford, Principal, Medea Creek Middle School: lford@opusd.k12.ca.us Lynn McCormack, Principal, Oak Park High School: lmccormack@opusd.k12.ca.us Lou Tabone, Principal, Oak View High […]

Evolution and faith discussed

While it may surprise some, a noted theologian said a person can be religious and still believe in the theory of evolution. “Not only is it possible, but it’s essential to a fuller understanding of the way God creates,” said theologian and Roman Catholic John Haught of Georgetown University. Haught, one of the speakers at the New York Academy of […]

Folk music coming to Strauss Ranch

Led by sisters Libby and Cindy Harding, the band Conjunto Jardin will perform at 3 p.m. Sun., Aug. 13 at Peter Strauss Ranch, 30000 Mulholland Hwy., Agoura. The concert is presented by the National Park Service. Admission and parking are free. Picnickers are welcome. The site features a broad lawn, shaded picnic tables and an easy hiking trail. Conjunto Jardin […]

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Application Tips One way to lower the stress of applying to college is to complete one application this month. Many schools, like University of Arizona and USC, have already made applications available, and the new Common Application is also ready. Just having all your activities and other basic information on paper will make the rest of your applications easier since […]

Sagebrush Cantina celebrates summer

LET THE GOOD TIMES ROLL-Ravi Mahaindra, Nikla Huff and Mel Blake enjoy the scene at the Sagebrush Cantina. The restaurant, a popular local biker destination on Sundays, hosted a Summer Beach Bash where people with the most original beachwear won Wahlin surfboards.

Mustang stars end a great season

A group of local boys made Agoura Pony Baseball history by advancing all the way to the West Zone finals before losing to a team from Fountain Valley last weekend. Agoura’s run began July 6. In 26 days the Mustang All-Stars posted a 20-4 record and became the first group of 10-year-olds in Agoura history to reach the Zone championship […]

Leadership summit to be beamed live via satellite

More than 70,000 leaders and emerging leaders throughout the world are expected to experience the Leadership Summit 2006, an annual gathering of church and business leaders. The summit, which originates from Willow Creek Community Church in South Barrington, Ill., will be beamed live via satellite to nearly 130 locations in North America, from today, Thurs., Aug. 10, to Sat., Aug.12, […]

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