Rotary Club rings in Persian New Year

‘Waitress’ heads festival lineup

“Waitress,” the late actress/ filmmaker Adrienne Shelly’s romantic comedy starring Keri Russell, has been selected as the opening night film at The Method Fest independent film festival starting this week in Calabasas. “Waitress” will screen at 7 p.m. Thurs., March 29 at the Motion Picture and Television Fund’s Louis B. Mayer Theatre. Other Method Fest movies will be shown at […]

Basketball champs celebrate

CHS boys’ tennis team doesn’t rebuild, it reloads

Coyotes aiming for fifth consecutive league title

According to head coach Kim Kinberg and assistant coach Cleo Harper, the 2007 season is a transitional one for the Calabasas boys’ tennis team. Still, the Coyotes don’t seem to know how to lose. Since joining the Marmonte League five years ago, Calabasas has won the league title every season. Although Kinberg said the top two teams to beat in […]

Spring break soccer camp announced

Camp for 5- to 12-year-old kids

Apex Soccer Club and Kids Sports Academy will host a spring break soccer camp for children ages 5 to 12 from 9 a.m. to noon Mon. through Fri., April 9 to 13 at Valley View Park, 100 Los Arcos Drive, Oak Park. The camps, headed by Apex staff coaches, are divided by age and skill level. The cost is $95. […]

The right to ‘rock the boat’

On Feb. 22 I was proud to swear the Oath of Allegiance and become an American citizen. To do this I had to take a civics test. I know how many stars and stripes there are on the flag and what they symbolize. I was in awe of the Constitution and the rights conferred to me in this land I […]

Mary Davis

Prudential California Realty’s Thousand Oaks Regional office recognized Mary Davis as its top selling agent for December 2006. At the company’s annual awards banquet last February, she earned the Chairman’s Circle Gold award for her production in 2005. Prudential agents who have won Chairman’s Circle for five years also take a Legend Award. Davis accomplished this feat as well. She […]

Local moms learn value of home businesses

In between driving school car pools and helping kids with homework, an increasing number of Conejo Valley stay-at-home moms are running unique businesses from their kitchens and garages. These multitasking mommy entrepreneurs use their talents to earn extra cash for their families while still being able to stay at home. Diana Turk of Agoura Hills and Dawn Stillo, Lauren Kellenberger […]

CLU receives major gifts

California Lutheran University has recently received several major gifts, each between $1 million and $5 million. Natural Sciences. Jim and Sue Swenson of Dana Point have pledged $5 million to enhance the science facilities. The donation will help fund the construction of a new science building that will provide expanded research opportunities for faculty and students. Early Childhood Center. The […]

A walk in the park

the local wildlife.

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