2007-03-29

Coyotes finish second in Arizona tourney



Elmo and friends to make music in T.O.

Muppet friends search for lost instruments

Sesame Street Live will present “Elmo Makes Music” May 24 through 27 at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza, 2100 Thousand Oaks Blvd. Showtimes are 7 p.m. Thurs., May 24; 10:30 a.m. and 7 p.m. Fri., May 25; 10:30 a.m., 2 and 5:30 p.m. Sat., May 26; and 1 and 4:30 p.m. Sun., May 27. The show features Jenny, a […]

Defends Calabasas City Council



In a March 22 letter to The Acorn, Donn Burkholder criticizes our City Council members for ostensibly working against the interests of residents on the west side of Calabasas. He claims our City Council “completely ignores the concerns” of west side residents, fails to protect open space and furthers only the interests of those who live on the east side […]

3 Bedroom Home in Gated Community



This 3bedroom, 2.5bath home is in the gated community of Verdigris in Thousand Oaks near the 101 and 118 freeways. Built in 1996 with approximately 2,007 square feet, it has an open floor plan, wood floors at entry and living room, neutral colors throughout. The kitchen floor is tiled with designer ceramic. Picture windows off the family room lead outside. […]

All Kanan interchange ramps now open



The last of the newly built Kanan Road interchange ramps opened to the public on Fri., March 23, an Agoura Hills official said. The southbound entrance to the 101 Freeway used by cars heading north on Kanan Road was the fourth new ramp to be opened during the yearlong construction. Two of the new on-ramps are loops, which the interchange […]

Learn to heal and laugh



Los Robles Hospital & Medical Center’s H2U program (Health, Happiness, You) will host a free presentation of “Laughter and Healing” featuring comedic writer Robert Fisher from 3 to 5 p.m., Thurs., April 5 at its East Campus, 150 Via Merida in Westlake Village. Fisher began his career at age 19 writing for Groucho Marx on his national radio show. He […]

Mental health program offered



The Conejo Valley Mental Health Professionals Association has created a new “Meet and Greet” program for people interested in mental health issues. Member Judy Wiener, LCSW, LMFT, said the meetings will provide people with an opportunity to learn from mental health professionals, who will share their expertise on a variety of related topics. Programs will also help people find the […]

OCHS continues its domination

Lion boys' volleyball team ranked No. 1 in Division IV

A year after winning the CIFSouthern Section Division IV championship, the Oaks Christian boys’ volleyball team has shown no signs of a letdown. Although last year’s top players Alex Walker and Brendan Skinner are gone after graduating, the Lions began the season ranked No. 1 in their division. OCHS has responded well to the pressure of being a top team […]

Comedy night to return to The Canyon

Kiwanis will stage live auction

Kiwanis of Thousand Oaks will present “Comedy in the Conejo II” from 6 to 11 p.m. Sun., June 10 at The Canyon, 28912 Roadside Drive, Agoura Hills. Featured entertainers will be magician Jason Latimer and comedians Frasier Smith, Andrew Krern, Steve Seagren, Louis Ashamallah, Mike Marino and Tymon Shipp. Among the live auction items will be a vacation in a […]

‘Acorn’ should stay out of politics



I love your newspaper and read it regularly, but what’s with the constant rightwing haranguing in the editorial cartoon of the opinion section? It seems only Democrats get criticized. I liked it a lot better when the cartoon dealt primarily with local concerns. Tony DeSena Calabasas


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