2010-04-29 E-Edition

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Rubanowitz doing damage at the dish

Calabasas junior piling up hits

It’s never easy replacing a star. Remember when Charlie Hayes took over for Philadelphia Phillies legend Mike Schmidt at third base? Or how about Mickey Morandini replacing Chicago Cubs second baseman Ryne Sandberg? With former Coyote all-league shortstop Adam Landecker now at USC, junior Alex Rubanowitz is making a name for himself on the Calabasas High baseball team. Rubanowitz, who […]

Citizens prepare for emergency

An informational meeting on emergency preparedness will take place from 1:30 to 4 p.m. Sat., May 8 at the food court in The Commons shopping center in Calabasas. Presentations will include amateur radio communications and how to pack supplies in order to “grab and go” in case of an emergency. Los Angeles County Fire Department representatives will discuss the need […]

Patients learn to cope with celiac disease

Henry Grunzweig had suffered from stomachaches his entire life. Doctor after doctor couldn’t pinpoint the cause, and by the time he entered high school, the Woodland Hills resident was missing weeks of class for seemingly no good reason. “I’d have terrible stomachaches for weeks with symptoms of food poisoning,” Henry said. “No one really knew what it was. People were […]

Dave Mason rocks the house

Four decades of service in the Conejo

For 40 years members of the Conejo Valley chapter of the National Charity League have supported area causes through their volunteering and financial donations. Last year the group put in nearly 11,000 volunteer hours, raised more than $31,000 for its philanthropies and presented 11 scholarships totaling $11,000 to graduating seniors. Mother and daughter members run bingo games with residents at […]

Pharmacy’s new look a Rx for good health

And down the stretch they come . . .

Marmonte baseball report

This could be the greatest dogfight since Hollywood was shot down at the tail end of “Top Gun.” The Marmonte League baseball season has reached its home stretch, and several teams are jockeying for playoff positioning. Others are fighting for their postseason lives. Entering the week—each squad played Wednesday but scores weren’t available at press time—Royal had a two-game advantage […]

Pet of the Week

Wellness Community celebrates 19th birthday

The Wellness Community Valley/Ventura will celebrate 19 years of providing support and education to people fighting cancer at the Celebration of Life Anniversary Gala fundraiser from 6 p.m. to midnight Fri., May 7 at the Four Seasons Hotel, Two Dole Drive, Westlake Village. Classical vocalist Nick Palance and singer/song-writer and classical guitarist Pete Glasgow will perform. A live auction will […]

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