Time has come for Chargers to defend CIF crown

AHS girls' water polo team enters postseason without its top player

Winning a championship is always tough. Repeating is even more difficult. When the Agoura High girls’ water polo team begins its quest to defend its CIFSouthern Section Division II title today at home against Ventura, they’ll be doing it without one of their best players, senior Casey Flacks. Flacks, headed to Loyola Marymount in the fall, suffered an injury to […]

Restaurant changes name, menu

Native Café & Gathering Grounds in Calabasas has changed its name to Calitalia Restaurant & Lounge. Renee and Ron Lebow bought Gaetano’s in Calabasas Old Town in 2005 and renamed it Native Café. Under its new banner the restaurant will focus more on California/Italian cuisine. The menu will merge Renee Lebow’s California comfort cooking with many of Gaetano’s authentic Italian […]

Erik Sellfors

Re/Max Olson and Associates would like to congratulate Erik Sellfors for his sales production in the month of December totaling over $3.2 million. Sellfors has been a licensed broker since 1986 serving the San Fernando and Ventura County areas. He handles the sale of bank owned homes for some of the nation’s largest lenders. Sellfors can be reached at (805) […]

Making memories together

Oak Park Unified Schools to screen ‘Two Angry Moms’

The Oak Park Unified School District’s Wellness Council Film Series will present a showing of “Two Angry Moms” 7 p.m. Thurs., Feb. 21 at in room G-9 at Oak Park High School, 899 N. Kanan Road. “Two Angry Moms” is a movie about the growing nationwide movement to improve school food programs. It chronicles what happens when two fedup moms […]

Playoffs reach the pitch

High school postseason soccer has come to the Conejo Valley. Does your favorite team have what it takes to claim a CIF ring? We’re about to find out. Girls’ soccer Oaks Christian has been CIF co-champions four of the last five years. Last season, OCHS entered the playoffs as a wild-card team and had to win five games just to […]

Method Fest entry deadline is tomorrow

The 10th annual Method Fest independent film festival has extended its entry deadline to tomorrow, Fri., Feb. 15, to give more U.S. and international filmmakers the chance to submit their films. The festival, scheduled for March 29 through April 5 in Calabasas, is looking for character and storydriven films featuring strong acting performances. Each year the lineup includes American and […]

Located In The Gated Community Of Mountain Park

This two-level home is located in the gated community of Mountain Park. The lower level has a formal living and dining room, family room and a large bonus room. The kitchen has a center island, custom cabinetry, stainless steel appliances and breakfast bar. The master bedroom has a marble bathroom and walk-in closet. The backyard has a large lawn area. […]

Calabasas Library hosts kids show

“Wendee’s Musical Adventures” will be held at 11 a.m. Fri., Feb. 22 at the Calabasas Library, 23975 Park Sorrento Street. The show is for children ages 5 and under. The event is free and no tickets are required. Due to limited space, no strollers will be allowed in the show. For more information, call (818) 225-7616.

Dangerous liaisons

Years ago, folk artist Joni Mitchell wrote a song called “Big Yellow Taxi.” The lyrics had a refrain that went: “Don’t it always seem to go that you don’t know what you’ve got till it’s gone.” Betrayal in relationship can be summarized in this way. No matter what the betrayal is, something is irretrievably lost. Sometimes it’s trust, sometimes it’s […]

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