2008-01-17

Euphonic sounds at The Canyon



Euphony with Randy Thompson will perform 7 p.m. Sun., Jan. 27 at The Canyon club in Agoura Hills. Actor and comedian Randy Thompson’s new group, Euphony, includes musicians David Johnson, Matt Finders, Ken Deans, Greg Fried, Victor Bisetti and Greg Pineda. Finders plays trombone on “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno.” Thompson, who has composed music for movies, television and […]

FHA: Old Mortgage Program Finding New Life



The sky is falling, the sky is falling! Or so you would think if you listened to all the news coverage about the mortgage market. The news is filled with reports of declining home values, resetting adjustablerate mortgages and people feeling the pinch of tightened credit. However, despite the doom and gloom, much of the media haven’t reported on the […]

Conejo Valley Audubon schedules activities for February



Conejo Valley Audubon Society will have a meeting 7:30 p.m. Mon., Feb. 4 at the Western Foundation of Vertebrate Zoology, 439 Calle San Pablo in Camarillo. This month, Taldi Walter will present a slideshow showcasing some of the important natural areas and birds found in wild Alaska. She will also discuss the challenges facing the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, Tongass […]

Volunteer opportunities at Mountains Restoration Trust

Students can earn community service hours

Mountains Restoration Trust invites individuals and groups to help restore the Santa Monica Mountains by assisting with native plantings and removal of invasive plant species. Bring water, gloves and sunscreen and wear a sturdy shoes and work clothes. Tools are provided. •Cold Creek Preserve, 9 a.m. to noon Sun., Jan. 27. Help re-establish the oak and willow woodlands along the […]

Website for carpoolers helps busy parents



For millions of American parents who carpool their children to and from school, activities and points in between, creating car pool schedules can be a daunting task. Trying to coordinate and keep track of everyone’s driving availability, pickup times and lastminute schedule changes can be a logistical nightmare. These issues are the motivation behind Divide the Ride, a newly launched […]

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Conflict of interest for Yaroslavsky?



The two public hearings for the Heschel School West proposal held by the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors came in response to several appeals of the approval given by the Regional Planning Commission. This commission had stated on record it was leaving it up to the supervisors to make certain determinations and legal findings, a task that has not […]

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“One of the many things that separates Dilbeck Realtors GMAC Real Estate from other Real Estate companies, is its cutting edge training Program,” said Richard Seccombe, manager of Dilbeck’s IT department. “We pride ourselves on a technology driven training program. Dilbeck agents have training available on a continuous basis … whether they are new to the industry or are seasoned […]

Upcoming workshop will help educators teach the Holocaust

Seminars begin Jan. 31

“The Relevance of Teaching the Holocaust in the 21st Century” will be held for educators and community members from 4:15 to 8:30 p.m. on four consecutive Thursdays, beginning Jan. 31. An optional fifth session will take place Thurs., Feb. 28. This is the 25th annual teacher training workshop presented by the Anti-Defamation League and will include Echoes and Reflections: A […]

January, a good time to plant annual color



Although most local gardens and landscapes are dormant in January, there is still opportunity to plant winter color and cool-season vegetables, said experts at Agromin, a Camarillo-based manufacturer of premium soil products. It’s also time to spruce up landscapes for when spring arrives. Plant coolseason annuals, trees: Winter flower gardens can thrive with coolseason annuals including pansies, violas and primrose. […]


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