Tidbits about Flag Day history

Flag Day, celebrated in the United States on June 14, commemorates the adoption of the American flag by a resolution of the Second Continental Congress in 1777. Woodrow Wilson issued a proclamation that officially set June 14 as Flag Day in 1916. An Act of Congress established National Flag Day in August 1949. The first recorded observance of a “Flag’s […]


THURS., JUNE 14 Flag Day Thousand Oaks VFW Post sponsors annual Flag Day wreath laying, flag retirement ceremony, 10 a.m., Eric Huberth Memorial in front of T.O. Civic Arts Plaza. Business Roundtable Malibu Small Business Roundtable workshop with working lunch, noon to 2 p.m., Malibu Performing Arts Center, 23825 Stuart Ranch Road. Industry experts to speak. $20. (310) 456-9025. Making […]

USC players, coaches eager to share hoops knowledge

The University of Southern California men’s basketball squad proved it was a solid team by making the Sweet 16 of the 2007 NCAA Tournament. Now a few Trojan players and coaches are looking to pass on some of their skills to the younger generation. USC is holding the Southern Cal Hoops Camp June 18-22 at Simi Valley High and June […]

Enjoying jazzy nights at the Hyatt

Kids paint a pretty picture

If men are the new women, it sure doesn’t show. Guys, especially dads, haven’t changed that much over the years. True, men might be more in touch with their feminine side- we’ve got Oprah, Dr. Phil and Dan Fogelberg to thank for that- and yes, there are more stay-at-home dads than ever before. Statistics show the number of Mr. Moms […]

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