Eileen Baer Kahn of Oak Park announced the engagement of her son, Arthur Joseph (A.J.) to Linda Leigh Roberts, daughter of Wonetta Statley and Virgel Roberts. A.J. Kahn is the son of the late Robert (Bob) Kahn. He is a real estate broker and appraiser. The couple is planning a wedding ceremony on Aug. 8.
Its teams played for 15 weeks without recording a win or a loss, but for the So Cal Cardinals scout team baseball program, the 2007 campaign was a successful one. With home games against Southern California Scout League opponents at Conejo Creek Park in Thousand Oaks, the So Cal Cardinals’ two local affiliates- teams Blue and Red- compete in games […]
Gluten and casein woes One in 133 people have celiac disease. Celiac disease, or CD, renders people unable to digest and tolerate gluten. Gluten can be found in wheat, spelt, triticale, rye, barley and most often in oats. Many patients run from doctor to doctor in search of an answer for their digestive issues. Many doctors call it irritable bowel […]
Gary and Colleen Wolfson of Prudential California Realty’s North Ranch/Westlake Village office won the award for top producers for October 2007. They were also the top producers in July and the top listing agents in April. The Wolfsons are an integral part of the Lang Ranch community. They have called it “home” for the past 10 years and are delighted […]
The Calabasas City Council has approved a $20million agreement with Caltrans to replace the bridge on Lost Hills Road over the 101 Freeway. The current bridge has only two lanes and is 4 feet lower than a standard bridge. The new bridge is slated to be five lanes wide, but because it provides the only access to parts of the […]
The Oaks Christian soccer programs have had a great deal of success in recent years. Thus far, this season appears to be no different. In the latest CIF-Southern Section Division V coaches’ poll released Monday, the OCHS girls’ squad was ranked No. 1. Oaks Christian has won co-CIF championships in four of the last five seasons. The Lions’ most fierce […]
“Ain’t Misbehavin’,” the tribute to the life and music of jazz pianist/entertainer Fats Waller (1904-43), has not only secured itself a place in Broadway history since its debut 30 years ago, but it also saved Waller from falling into obscurity. When the show first appeared at the Longacre Theater in New York in 1978, I was there, on my own […]
This Skyline home is move-in-ready. The garden entrance is shaded by a large Salt Bush tree. The side path leads to a lemon tree. Indoors is air-conditioned and there is a skylight for natural brightness. The house has two bedrooms and two bathrooms, plus indoor laundry. Space rent in this gated senior park (55+) is $514 and this park is […]