2007-08-30

Back to school feast



A REAL MANWICH- Agoura High School football players Matt McGinnis, right, and Eric Bailey serve themselves man-sized plates of barbecue at the school’s annual football picnic at Chumash Park in Agoura Hills last Saturday. The event marked the closing of Charger training camp.

Actor brings Darwin to the stage



Movie and TV actor Patrick Warburton will turn the Thousand Oaks High School Performing Arts Center into a professional theater every weekend in September with his production of “Darwin in Malibu.” Warburton has cast himself as Darwin’s defender Thomas Courtroom Huxley in the modern comedy that focuses on the argument between science and creationism. Cast members will be speaking with […]

Calabasas High hosts car wash

Proceeds to benefit dance program

The Calabasas High School Dance Team will host a car wash from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sat., Sept. 8 in the school parking lot at 22855 W. Mulholland Hwy., Calabasas. Prices are $5 with ASB identification, $7 for small cars and $10 large cars. Proceeds benefit the Calabasas High dance program. For more information, email Linda Hauss, dance team […]

Culinary creativity



TASTY- Eric Frechon, executive chef at the Bristol Hotel in Paris, brought his Continental creativity to the kitchen at Amuse Bouche in Simi Valley last weekend. Amuse Bouche owner and executive chef Sylvain Rivet (not pictured) invited internationally renowned chefs Frechon and Josiah Citrin to join him in the kitchen to prepare a five-course meal that included cuisines of France […]

Michelle Hirsch



Michelle Hirsch from Calabasas was welcomed to Rodeo Realty by owner/ president Syd Leibovitch and branch manger Paul Stafford. Hirsch can be reached at (818) 222-7707.

FOR THE RECORD



Agoura Village in Agoura Hills is not a development, but a planning document only. No projects have been brought before the city’s planning commission for approval.

Courtroom artist to sketch at meeting



The Westlake Village Art Guild will meet for a buffet dinner at 6 p.m. Tues., Sept. 4 at Naylor’s Banquet Center, Thousand Oaks Inn, 75 W. Thousand Oaks Blvd., Thousand Oaks. Courtroom artist Bill Robles will give a demonstration starting at 7 p.m. Robles will showcase the art of on-the-spot illustrating. Music will be provided by The Silver Strings. The […]

Collaborative fundraising group supports new school



The fundraising arm of the new Las Virgenes Community Learning Center is as different as the school. Called CAPT’n’S for “Collaborative Alliance Parents Teachers and Students,” the parentfacultystudent group is being run by parent Deana Camberg. She said that of the $42,750 parents pledged to contribute, the school has already received $32,707. The balance of the money owed will be […]

Square dance club invites the public to join the fun

Style is an American tradition

The most common dances are swing, ballroom, line dancing, Latin and hip-hop. These all emphasize the individual or two partners. Square dancing, on the other hand, is all about including the seven other people in the square and the many other similar squares around the room. The Buckles and Bows Square Dance Club invites the public to learn this American […]

Perfect for First-Time Buyer



This upstairs end unit, perfect for a first-time buyer, has a vaulted ceiling, living area and open floor plan into the kitchen. Wood laminate flooring runs through main living area. This home has newer vinyl flooring in the kitchen along with a newer range and dish The award for top selling agent from Prudential California Realty’s Camarillo office for June […]


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