Conejo Players to present ‘Angel Street’

The Conejo Players Theatre will present “Angel Street” by Patrick Hamilton Thursdays through Saturdays, with two Sunday performances, April 13 to May 12 at 351 S. Moorpark Road, Thousand Oaks. First produced on Broadway as “Gaslight,” “Angel Street” tells the story of a husband who is slowly torturing his wife into insanity under the guise of kindness. While her husband […]

Julie Knuts

Prudential California Realty’s Camarillo office recognized Julie Knutson as its top listing agent for November 2006. Knutson is delighted to end her year on this excellent high note. With more than 20 years in the real estate industry, Knutson is a lifelong Ventura County resident and a respected Camarillo area specialist. In her ongoing effort to exceed client expectations, Knutson […]

New calendar gives students week off

Thanksgiving break will now be Monday through Friday

The Las Virgenes Unified School District has overhauled its calendar for the next three years, and the agenda now includes a full week off for the Thanksgiving holiday. Assistant superintendent of personnel Dan Stepenosky and a committee of teachers and parents created three new calendars for teachers and administrators to consider. The first option was to keep the calendar the […]

Special ed meeting

The Special Education Advisory Committee meeting will be at 6:30 p.m. Mon., April 16 at Oak Park Library, 899 N. Kanan Road. The evening’s special presentation is to be announced. The committee is a group of administrators, staff and parents who meet to discuss issues that are important to special needs children. Child care is available by e-mailing Julie Kerns […]

No Title

A recent report that the president of Arizona State University would get a bonus of up to $60,000 if he raises the school’s ranking in U.S. News & World Report raised some eyebrows. The president issued a clarification, saying that his bonus is not contingent on raising the school’s overall ranking, but on improving several measures used in the rankings, […]

Holy Week at Church of the Hills

Christian Church of the Hills offers the following Holy Week services. The community is invited to all events. The choir will sing a cantata, “Sing Hosanna Sing,” at 10 a.m. on Palm Sunday, April 1. The Good Friday service at 7 p.m. on April 6 will offer a reflective atmosphere and Holy Communion. Child care will be provided for children […]

Kiddies perform ‘Three Piggy Opera’

Updated Cul-De-Sac Home In Agoura Hills

An updated cul-de-sac home in an Agoura neighborhood, it has 4 bedrooms, 3 baths and an enclosed loft. One bedroom and bath are downstairs. There is a large living room with formal dining room. The family room has a used birch fireplace. There is an eating area off an updated kitchen with granite counters. The master suite has a sitting […]

Local filmmakers find way to The Method Fest

Rita Rani grew up in Calabasas, but traveled to the other side of the world and back to make her first movie. Rani, a UCLA performing arts graduate, moved to Bombay, India, to begin her career as an actress. She worked in theater and commercials while continuing to train as a classical Indian dancer. In 2006 Rani completed production on […]

Pot of Gold winners

END OF THE RAINBOW- The Agoura Fire boys U12 A all-star team won the Thousand Oaks Pot of Gold tournament, a grand culmination of a successful season for the team. Back row from left, coaches Darian Cohen, Darren Schnaible and Steve Bond. Second row, Dylan Slater, Kai Convery, Jeff Oeschli, Matt Meredith, RJ Kashare and Sam Hirsch. Front row, Charlie […]

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