KCLU receives three awards

Station qualifies for national competition

California Lutheran University’s National Public Radio station, KCLUFM, has received three Edward R. Murrow Awards, which qualifies the station as a nominee for national awards in the smallmarket radio category, according to CLU President John Sladek. The awards came on the heels of one of the station’s most successful membership drives, he said. The awards are presented by the RadioTelevision […]

Chicken soup workshop slated

The Conejo Jewish Academy will host a workshop on “Bubbie’s Chicken Soup” at 8 p.m. Wed., May 2 at 30345 Canwood St., Agoura Hills. Shmuly Marcus, also known as the Jewish Emeril, will demonstrate how to cook Grandma’s chicken soup and the perfect matzo ball. He will also discuss the connection between the Sabbath and chicken soup, the role of […]

Cops to speeders: slow down

Highway patrol and sheriff’s officials have a plan to reduce illegal racing by daredevil drivers who routinely break speed limits and endanger their lives and the lives of others. The California Highway Patrol, the Lost Hills Sheriff’s Station and Supervisor Zev Yaroslavsky have introduced a comprehensive traffic safety program for the Santa Monica Mountains region called “Operation Safe Canyons.” The […]

Coldwell Banker, Calabasas Office Introduces A New Associate

Brian Greene is has joined Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage in Calabasas as a realtor associate. The Coldwell Banker, Calabasas office provides service to clients in Calabasas, Hidden Hills, Woodland Hills, Los Angeles Westside, Malibu and areas throughout the San Fernando and Conejo valleys. Many agents are longtime area residents and have been professional realtors for more than 10 years. Greene […]

Shooting death at Agoura Hills range

Second suicide there since last year

An 83-year old man from Agoura Hills whose name was not disclosed apparently shot himself Tuesday afternoon at the Agoura Hills Target Range. “He came in alone and had his own firearm,” said Jim Davis, owner of the gun range on Cornell Road. The weapon malfunctioned so he rented another, said Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Det. Todd Anderson. A suicide […]

Tattoo you

FOR MOTHER EARTH- Topanga resident Katarina Gleischer, right, sits still as Star Kolb gives her a henna tattoo at the Topanga Earth Day Festival in Topanga Canyon on Sunday. The day featured live music, art exhibits, healers, organic food, information on primitive survival skills and eco development resources.

It’s all happening at the YMCA

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All events (subject to change) are listed by name, location and time if provided. If calendars are modified, school sources are asked to contact us with updated information at this e-mail address: newstip@theacorn.com. Agoura Chargers Fri., April 27: ASB teacher-staff appreciation luncheon Comedy Sportz/G building/6 p.m. Tues., May 1: TAB meeting/faculty dining room/7 p.m. Calabasas Coyotes Fri., April 27: STAR […]

Church celebrates Friendship Day

The local unit of Church Women United will celebrate May Friendship Day at 10:30 a.m. Fri., May 4 at Emmanuel Presbyterian Church, 588 Camino Manzanas, Thousand Oaks. The service will be followed by a salad luncheon. The celebration is meant to encourage discussion about creating “compassionate and peaceful friendships with the voiceless and faceless sisters in our city, community and […]

Can’t fight city hall, or LVUSD

Regarding the article “White Oak parents still upset over split second- and third-grade class,” April 5: It may seem like a small point, but it is important to clarify that while I was paraphrased as saying Dr. Irshay’s actions were punitive and possibly discriminatory, in my statement to the reporter I actually referred to the actions of both the district […]

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