Modern comedy to open at Agoura’s Stage Door Theatre

The comedy “Second Time Around” by Henry Denker will open Dec. 1 at the Stage Door Theatre at 28311 Agoura Road, Agoura Hills. The play revolves around Laura and Sam, a widow and widower, and the outrage expressed by their adult children when they learn the couple plans to live together. The show is directed by Wynn Rowell, “Second Time […]

Survey says

During the summer of 2005, the city of Agoura Hills conducted a survey of residents, and the results are very interesting. The top values are quality of life, low crime rate and the quality of the schools, all by a very large margin. The least desirable aspects were the Kanan Road interchange, traffic congestion and too much development. So why […]

Supervisor sees conflict over coastal plan

Areas south of Calabasas affected

Los Angeles County Supervisor Zev Yaroslavsky visited Calabasas last week to discuss the state of the county and provide an update for local residents on issues such as the upcoming plans for the coastal region and Santa Monica Mountains. Yaroslavsky, who represents Calabasas, Agoura Hills and Westlake Village, said the county’s financial future looks promising. “The state of your county’s […]

School district, cities discuss technology partnership

Imagine a classroom wired like a corporate boardroom. School videoconferencing would allow teachers to connect with a variety of experts anywhere in the world. Specialists could provide students with a depth of understanding on any subject not normally available in the conventional classroom. Also envision a classroom where students work on a math assignment and teachers can determine-almost instantaneously-which concepts […]

See the Rose Parade up close and personal

Trip will happen rain or shine

The city of Agoura Hills Department of Community Services is offering a trip to the 118th annual Rose Parade on Mon., Jan. 1, 2007. The theme of the parade is “Our Good Nature,” and the grand marshal will be George Lucas. Like the parade, the trip will go on, rain or shine. The bus will leave from the Agoura Hills […]

Oak Park still alive in football playoffs

NICE EFFORT-Left, Oak Park quarterback Darren McGee threw for one touchdown and ran for another score during last weekend’s CIF-Southern Section Northwest Division playoff game at home against Templeton. OPHS defeated Templeton 35-8 to advance to this Friday’s second-round game at Serra High. Kickoff is slated for 7:30 p.m. Below, Kyle Benton makes a touchdown catch for the Eagles.

Ventura Harbor’s Parade of Lights sets sail

The 30th anniversary of Ventura Harbor’s annual Parade of Lights Festival is a two-day celebration set for Fri., Dec. 1 and Sat., Dec. 2. Boats decorated with Christmas lights and decorations will parade in the Ventura Harbor. There will be fireworks and a family carnival with pony, train and carousel rides, a visit with Santa, live music, pirates and more. […]

Agoura Village ‘myth’ debunked

Last week’s Acorn editorial infers the Agoura Village Specific Plan down-sizes development the city can approve on the affected acreage. This is contrary to the actual AVSP language. The AVSP first allows commercial development roughly equal to that previously allowed -approximately 950,000 commercial square feet. It then allows bonus incentives to certain parcels, and allows the City Council to give […]

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