A matter of integrity

“Be impeccable with your word. Speak with integrity. Say only what you mean. Avoid using the word to speak against yourself or to gossip about others. Use the power of your word in the direction of truth and love.” —Don Miguel Ruiz While sitting in a restaurant today I had a major league “Ahha” moment that really whacked me upside […]

‘Anatomy of Gray’ slated

The California Lutheran University Theatre Arts Department will present “Anatomy of Gray” by Jim Leonard on Thurs., Nov. 13 through Sun., Nov. 23 in Preus-Brandt Forum on campus, 60 E. Olsen Road, Thousand Oaks. The Mainstage Theatre production, directed by Michael J. Arndt, will be at 8 p.m. Nov. 13 through 15 and Nov. 19, 20 and 22, with a […]

Michael & Arleen Delgado

For June 2008, the awards for Top Listing Agents and Top Producers from Prudential California Realty’s Oxnard/Channel Islands office went to Michael & Arleen Delgado. This team has devoted their time and energy toward representation of their buyers and sellers. They have clients throughout Ventura County, but are particularly devoted to Oxnard. Month after month, they are honored as Top […]

Westward traveling

HISTORIC JOURNEY—The Butterfield Overland Stage makes its final stop at the Leonis Adobe Museum on Oct. 19. In celebration of its 150th anniversary, the stagecoach retraced its 18.9mile route along the El Camino Real, now Ventura Boulevard, from the site of the Campo de Cahuenga.

Incumbents return to school board

Voters chose to retain longtime Oak Park Unified School District Board Member Jan Iceland and recent appointee Barbara Laifman over two male challengers. Iceland, winning a fifth term, earned the highest count with 2,356 votes representing almost 34 percent. Laifman, who was appointed by the board a year ago to finish Jim Kalember’s term, beat closest challenger Edward Kaz by […]

The Acorn’s High School Football Game of the Week

Santa Clara Saints (8-0) at Oaks Christian Lions (8-0) Friday, 7:30 p.m.

Everyone’s an underdog against Oaks Christian. Despite 18 consecutive victories, including an 8-0 mark this year, Santa Clara High head football coach Fran Fredette brings his talented team to OCHS on Friday night with the proverbial chip on its shoulder—and it’s a large chip at that. “The odds have to be like Buster Douglas-Mike Tyson (42-to-1),” Fredette said. “It’s like […]

Buelow family to hold Bear-athon at A.E. Wright Middle School next week

It has been more than twoand a-half years since Max Buelow died of bone cancer at the age of 11, but for the Buelow family of Calabasas, time has been a fickle friend. “Max has been gone for two and a half years, and it feels like two and half days,” his mother, Tracey Buelow, said. But the past two-plus […]

Art workshop

Thousand Oaks Community Gallery will host “Shape and Color, Psychology and Symbolism” from 7 to 9 p.m. Mon., Nov. 17 at the gallery, 2331-A Borchard Road, Newbury Park. The program is presented by Bobbie Moline-Kramer, a former illustration teacher at Cal State Long Beach and past president of the Society of Illustrators in Los Angeles. She has been teaching at […]

Dilbeck Estates Opens Its Doors In Calabasas

Dilbeck Estates Christie’s Great Estates has opened its doors in Calabasas. “We are very excited to move into this facility and to move to this beautifully community,” said Mark Dilbeck, president. “Though we have been helping home owners and buyers in Calabasas for many years, we have always wanted an office here . . . but it took sometime to […]

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