MAKING THE RIGHT MOVE- Chloe DePalo, a 7-year-old second-grader at Viewpoint School in Calabasas contemplates which piece to move on the outdoor chess board at the Gardens of the World in Thousand Oaks. Chloe was visiting the popular gardens and decided to join the game.
The city of Agoura Hills’ third annual Reyes Adobe Days will be Fri. through Sun., Oct. 12, 13 and 14. The citywide festival features a variety of entertainment, music, cultural activities and recreation for all ages. In honor of its 25th anniversary this year, the city of Agoura Hills is planning a celebration of California’s cultural past and present. For […]
LUCKY STRIKE- Calabasas Chamber of Commerce Education Committee receives a check form the Calabasas Bowling Tournament Organizers. From left, Joyce Smith and Sandra Bowne, Viewpoint School; Terri Pagni, Cal State Northridge; Alissa Whitely, Huntington Learning Center; Stephanie Warren, Calabasas Chamber Chairman; Doug Ridley, bowling chair; Steve Brevidoro and Jerry Magel, bowling co-chairs; and Gina Colon, Gina’s Spanish Studio. The funds […]
Newbury Park at Agoura Friday, 7 p.m. Westlake at Royal Friday, 7 p.m. Oaks Christian at Carpinteria Friday, 7:30 p.m. Grace Brethren at Oak Park Friday, 7:30 p.m. Viewpoint vs. Flintridge Prep Saturday, 7 p.m.
Seat belt usage by California motorists is at a record high, 94.6 percent, according to an annual survey commissioned by the state Office of Traffic Safety. That’s an improvement of more than 2 percent during the past two years. In 2005, the figure was 92.5 percent. Last year it rose to 93.4 percent. “The increase this year means an estimated […]
This Morrison Sutton home in Oak Park is a 705 plan that has 4 bedrooms plus a loft that could be used as a fifth bedroom. There are 3.5 bathrooms. The downstairs bedroom and bathroom can be accessed from the backyard. The home is more than 3,300 square feet and backs to open space. The kitchen has been upgraded with […]
In their first discussion on expanding the smoking ban into apartments, Calabasas City Council members differed in their opinions on what was fair to regulate in people’s homes. While some of the council considered the ban essential in preserving the health of all residents, others thought the ban would be overstepping boundaries. The city’s current smoking ordinance, which went into […]
The big yellow school buses that many generations of parents and grandparents are accustomed to have changed dramatically over the past few years, and that’s good. New technology has recently been incorporated into school buses to help increase overall safety and performance. To combat the issue of leaving children on school buses, the nation’s largest school bus manufacturer has developed […]
More than 500 guests came through The Performance Zone in Westlake Village during a recent back-to-school open house where the staff demonstrated the many different services offered, including sports training and sports birthday parties. Guest speakers included coach Steve Melero, who spoke on the Parisi Speed School programs, a national sports training franchise located inside the facility. Coach Terry Hudson […]