Calabasas mayor turns spotlight on city

After three months as mayor of the city, Mary Sue Maurer last week gave Calabasas Chamber of Commerce members more insight into her personal goals and what residents can expect from her in the coming months. Maurer was the Chamber’s guest speaker at a June 26 Calabasas Country Club luncheon. “Being a mayor is ceremonial for the most part,” Maurer […]


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Wynalda schools kids in the art of fútbol

Former Agoura High students to perform at Four Seasons

The Danny Janklow Quartet, which includes two former Agoura High School students, will perform at the “Summer in the Southland” event Sat., July 5 at the Four Seasons Hotel in Westlake Village. The quartet will perform a variety of jazz favorites at the Waterfall Lawn at Hampton’s while Four Seasons chefs serve a buffet of Southern-style ribs, chicken and other […]

New Yorker moves to the coast for TV

Many residents of Calabasas are known for their wealth and success, a large number of them working in the entertainment industry- either in front of or behind the camera. Adam Freeman, executive producer for Gene Simmons’ reality show “Family Jewels,” operates behind the scenes, yet, without him, the busy rock ‘n’ roll life of the KISS front man might remain […]

Ventura County Arts Council honors students

The Ventura County Arts Council recently hosted a recognition ceremony for the arts scholars from Ventura County. Each student has been accepted to attend the 2008 California State Summer School for the Arts/Innerspark session at Cal Arts in Valencia. They are: Camarillo: Autumn Brown, creative writing; Alana Grossman, theater and vocal music; Jacqueline Kaden, visual arts; Jessica Karch, creative writing; […]

Survival of the fittest

Reagan Library hosts summer Sunset Dinners

The Ronald Reagan Presidential Library has announced the schedule for its summer Sunset Dinners. All dinners will be held at the library, 40 Presidential Drive, Simi Valley, from 6 to 9 p.m. Reservations must be made at least one week in advance. Special prices for children under 10 are available. For more information or to make a reservation, call (805) […]

Popular insurance agent returns from retirement

Longtime Conejo Valley businessman Don Liebman left the working world last year, but he couldn’t stay away for long. The Westlake Village resident had provided families and businesses with homeowners, auto and life insurance policies, creating one of the topselling State Farm agencies in the country. He retired from his Oak Park-based agency in March 2007. “For a year I […]

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