Canyon racers can no longer fly under the radar

The long stretches of Mulholland Highway are a favorite stomping ground for motorcyclists, but the hundreds, possibly thousands, of bikers who flock to the area every weekend- especially on Sundays- put themselves and others in jeopardy with their daredevil riding habits, say local traffic safety enforcement officials. The California Highway Patrol and the Los Angeles County Sheriff ‘s Lost Hills […]

Aspen summer party at The Canyon

The second annual Aspen Summer Party is scheduled for Sat., June 30 at The Canyon club. Doors open at 6 p.m. for dinner and 7 p.m. for general admission. The event is sponsored by E. Legal Records, a Ventura County-based independent record label, to help promote the careers of local musicians and entertainers. The headliner is Aspen, a vocal harmony […]

Local high school sophomores attend Hugh O’Brian Leadership Conference

Local high school sophomores were among those selected to attend a threeday leadership skill development seminar on the campus of CLU earlier this month. Sponsored by Hugh O’Brian Youth Leadership, the seminar is an annual event. Students are selected to attend based on their leadership potential. Westlake Women’s Club provided five area students with scholarships so that they could participate […]

Agoura High JV volleyball team has banner year

CLASS finishes sixth in Ventura

CLASS Aquatics scored 1795.5 points to grab a sixthplace combined finish at the Southern California Swimming June Age Group Invitational. The CLASS girls’ squad took fourth with 1044.5 points, and the boys were seventh with 751 points. Aislinn Smalling of Westlake High won four girls’ events. Oaks Christian’s Chase Bloch was second in five boys’ races. The swim meet was […]

Bicyclists need to obey rules, too

Most of the recently submitted letters have implied that motorists bear the most blame when it comes to accidents or near misses with pedestrians and bicyclists. I do agree that drivers need to be very attentive and respectful of pedestrians and bicyclists. Bicyclists have the same rights on the road as motorists; however, they must obey the same rules as […]

Cindy Nexon

Cindy Nexon of Ewing & Associates/Sotheby’s Int’l Realty has joined the ranks of Realtors who have earned the California Association of Realtors Graduate, Realtor Institute real estate designation. The GRI is considered by many real estate industry professionals to be the most advanced and comprehensive training program available to real estate agents in North America. Ewing & Associates/ Sotheby’s Int’l […]

Calabasas opens pocketbook

Grants to be awarded

The city of Calabasas Community Services Department is accepting applications for its 2007-08 community service grants program. Nonprofit organizations and public schools are eligible to apply. Programs that wish to receive funding must benefit the community of Calabasas in some way. Applications must be accepted until 5 p.m. Fri., July 20. Awards will be announced in September. Applications may be […]

Youth gather to bond as friends, help others

Everyone acquainted with David Armstrong knows he likes to surf. He just graduated from eighth grade and wants to spend his summer mostly at the beach. Still, last weekend he joined 190 other teens from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints during Youth Conference, when they began their summer vacation by doing random acts of kindness. “All 191 […]

Captain Cardiac headlines ‘Friends Benefit Concert’

The Get Together Foundation will host the second annual “Friends Benefit Concert” from 7 p.m. to midnight Tues., July 3 at the Sagebrush Cantina, 23527 Calabasas Road in Old Town Calabasas. Admission is $10. All of the proceeds will be donated to the Intracranial Hypertension Research Foundation, formed to research and determine the cause and cure for intracranial hypertension. Live […]