Someone laced raw meat with poisoned grain and put it on a Thousand Oaks open space trail, killing at least one dog, said Glen Kinney, a ranger for the Conejo Open Space Conservation Agency. The dog died from the poison last month. “People need to keep their dogs on a leash so they don’t get into poison,” Kinney said. He […]
As part of its ongoing student outreach mission, the Ventura Music Festival will host the second annual Student Music Competition. One high school student from Ventura, Los Angeles or Santa Barbara county will be selected to play a number on stage with Latin-jazz legend Paquito D’Rivera, a ninetime Grammy award winner, on Feb. 14 at Ventura High School. To enter […]
PLAY BALL—Representatives of The Grill on the Alley in Westlake Village present Richard Isaacs, left, and Eric Fulton, right, of Agoura Pony Baseball with a $5,000 donation. The money will go toward Pony Baseball’s VIP program, which is geared toward special needs players.
SWEETIE—Priscilla is a two-and-a-half-year-old rottweiler. She is sweet, engaging, playful, and loves to go for walks. Priscilla can be adopted at the Agoura Animal Shelter in Agoura Hills. Ask for ID # A3912214. Occasionally pets have already been adopted, so call (818) 9910071 first or visit www.animalcare.lacounty.gov.
Broadcast Architecture’s “Smooth Jazz Top 20 Countdown with Allen Kepler” announces a second annual special New Year’s Eve edition of the countdown, airing on approximately 40 radio stations worldwide. Hosted by Agoura Hills resident Allen Kepler, the program will air locally on Smooth Jazz radio station 94.7, The Wave, from 10 p.m. to midnight tonight, Dec. 31. The year-end countdown […]