2007-06-28

Business expo comes to Westlake



Among others, Cubs win, Cubs win



Geer conjures Noel Coward’s spirits



Illegal parking needs to be stopped



If you’ve ever wondered about the purpose of those blue, diagonally-striped areas adjacent to, or in between handicap parking spaces, they are there for a reason. The aisles were required as part of the 1990 Americans with Disabilities Act so that drivers and passengers with disabilities can enter and exit their vehicles. Two handicap parking spaces can share a common […]

King Gillette Ranch, formerly Soka, opening to the public



King Gillette Ranch, the 588acre property in the heart of the Santa Monica Mountains Recreation Area and former home to Soka University, will open to the public on June 30. A consortium of state and local agencies, including the National Parks Service, California State Parks, the Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy and the Mountains Recreation and Conservation Authority bought the property […]

Golf tourney benefits CLU



The California Lutheran University Community Leaders Association will host the seventh annual golf tournament Mon., July 16 at Moorpark Country Club, 11800 Championship Drive, Moorpark. Tournament fees are $175 for individual golfers and $700 for a foursome. The price includes golfing, carts, putting range balls, a tee package, lunch and dinner. The price for dinner only is $40. Proceeds from […]

Tasting the fruits of the vine



Real Trooper



Darrell Bradbrook of Westlake Village joined Troop Real Estate Inc. as assistant manager of the company’s Westlake Village office, the company announced last week. Bradbrook comes to Troop after having served as branch manager for the North Ranch office of a major national brokerage company. Entering real estate in 1984, Bradbrook began as an owner and agent of Calwest Executive […]

Johnson performed well beyond her years

Oak Park freshman was a standout on the track

Some athletes have a difficult time adjusting to the competition level in high school sports during their freshman seasons. But for Oak Park High soon-to-be sophomore Tayler Johnson, taking the next step was an easy hurdle to overcome. Johnson made quite a first impression in her inaugural season with the Eagles by breaking the school record for the 100-meter hurdles […]

Kingsmen to perform outdoors



The Kingsmen Shakespeare Festival will present “Two Gentlemen of Verona” and “King Lear” at 8 p.m. Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays from June 29 through Aug. 5 on the CLU campus, 60 W. Olsen Road in Thousand Oaks. The grounds will open at 5:30 p.m. for picnicking and pre-show entertainment with musicians, dancing, juggling and swordfighting demonstrations. The shows are performed […]


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