2009-02-05

Trouble with a capital ‘T’



BOYS’ BAND—Characters Harold Hill the traveling salesman and Marian the librarian help weave the tale of “The Music Man” at Conejo Players Theatre. Performances are 8 p.m. Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays and 2 p.m. Sundays, Feb. 6 through March 7 at the theater, 351 S. Moorpark Road, Thousand Oaks. Visit www.conejoplayers.org for more information.

Women’s group says shop locally



Conejo Valley Women is a membership-based organization comprised of women business owners and women professionals in the Conejo Valley. The creation of our company was inspired by the everescalating recession that has caused the closing of countless local businesses. Conejo Valley Women was created to ensure these quality businesses do not succumb to the overwhelming financial and emotional stress that […]

Gary and Colleen Wolfson



Husband and wife team Gary and Colleen Wolfson took awards for Top Selling agents in October and Top Producers in November. They can be reached at (818) 5974513.

LVMWD board sworn in



Joseph Bowman and Charles Caspary recently took the oath of office marking the start of new four-year terms as members of the board of Las Virgenes Municipal Water District. Bowman represents Division 4, which includes a portion of Agoura Hills, Westlake Village and adjacent unincorporated areas of Los Angeles County. He joined the LVMWD board in 2002. Caspary is the […]

Economy takes a toll



Agoura Cycles in the Ralphs shopping center at Thousand Oaks Boulevard and Kanan Road announced it is closing. It’s been one of the longest running businesses in Agoura Hills. “It is not economically feasible to remain open and continue to operate,” owner Joel Richman said in a brief e-mail to his customers on Jan. 3. The store specialized in mountain […]

A workout in the park



ONE-TWO PUNCH—Lisa Carmichael of Agoura Hills practices her martial arts skills with personal trainer Michael Castrogiovanni last weekend at Chumash Park in Agoura.

Wolfgang Puck, John Schneider join forces to build LVUSD art endowment

Restaurant appearances, concert among events

Celebrity chef Wolfgang Puck and actor John Schneider of “Dukes of Hazzard” fame have joined the effort to build an art and music endowment fund for the Las Virgenes Unified School District. A “Benefit for the Arts” concert, sponsored by the Las Virgenes Educational Foundation (LVEF) and the Artists for the Arts Foundation, will raise money and awareness for art […]

Down with greed



In learning about the greed of the CEOs of lending institutions taking large bonuses that were given to them by our government for the use of rebuilding the financial markets, I was appalled and disillusioned. How was it possible that our government gave these lending institutions billions of dollars without specific provisions? I am furious, to say the least. My […]

Pat And Mike Hanley Congratulated



Bob Majorino, broker/ owner of Prudential California Realty, extended his congratulations and thanks to agents Pat and Mike Hanley from the company’s North Ranch/Westlake Village office. For the past several months, the Hanleys have invested literally hundreds of hours in the biannual “Every 15 Minutes” program, which culminated in December 2008 at Thousand Oaks High School. The program is based […]


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