Cyber bulling and too much tech freedom for our kids—I believe this is directly responsible for the attacks at A.E. Wright Middle School. As a parent who believes in parenting and being responsible for providing my middle school student with regulations concerning the Internet, texting and phones with Internet access (he doesn’t have a cellphone), violent video games and absolutely […]
My wife and I were at the park with our 6-year-old son and saw a little boy wash his friend’s face with a mouthful of juice. Bad kid, bad parenting. While at the mall, a little girl was screaming at her parents like she was challenging them to a death match—and winning. Bad kid, bad parenting. Our boy has been […]
The Calabasas Park Homeowners Association wants to improve the aesthetic appeal of Calabasas Lake—and save the city some money in the process. The biggest project under way is the replacement of about 150 lights that illuminate the lake’s shore. The original lamps—short, dingy and emitting little light— were installed when the lake was built 40 years ago. Including costs for […]
Underwood Family Farms presents Christmas at the Farm this month at 3370 Sunset Valley Road, Moorpark. The farm center and farm market will be open weekends from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. through Dec. 20, weather permitting. Activities include inflatables, pony rides, tractor and train rides, trike trail, petting corral and animal shows. Admission is $5. Children under 2 are […]
This isn’t just the game of the year. It’s the biggest high school football game in the history of the Marmonte League. Moorpark and Westlake will play Friday at 7 p.m. for the CIF-Southern Section Northern Division championship at Simi Valley High. “This is something I’m going to remember for my whole life,” said Marc Palacios, a senior linebacker for […]
Unfortunate is the crime that was committed at Chapter 8 on the night of Halloween, but the manager’s comments in reaction to the event are extremely appalling and disturbing. In a community that lacks diversity, the last thing I want to see is people promoting and admitting to stereotyping their customers. In the article it was written that, “Chapter 8 […]
SHOWCASE— Visitors descend a second-floor staircase in the Agoura Hills home of Elly and John Schneider during the 18th annual Wellness Community Holiday Home Tour last Sunday.
Residents of Calabasas and the greater Los Angeles area are being asked to carry reusable bags as the city and county kick off campaigns for more environmentally friendly shopping. L.A. County held “Brag About Your Bag” events at the Albertsons markets in Calabasas and Westlake Village on the afternoon of Nov. 25. Residents were encouraged to bring in five plastic […]