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The Reagan Library at 40 Presidential Dive, Simi Valley, is seeking outgoing individuals who enjoy history and want to share historical information to visitors of all ages to serve as volunteers. The library is looking for people who enjoy interacting with visitors from all over the world and conducting tours of the museum For more information, call (805) 577-4060 or […]
The bond between dog and owner is as strong as any interspecies relationship. One man even dove into a marina to save his terrier from a shark attack in 2008. And what better way to demonstrate that love for a dog than by extending its lifespan. With a smart combination of feeding and exercise, owners can extend the amount of […]
The United States is at a crossroads and is heading down the torturous path of countries of Europe such as Greece, Spain, and Portugal. All of these countries have been spending way more money than they have been taking in and that recklessness is totally unsustainable. The current crop of U.S. elected leaders has been spending monies that will be […]
Erica Miller knows what it means to start over. The Hidden Hills resident is a Holocaust survivor who’s experienced many rebirths throughout her 76 years. Recently, she published a book about her life called “The Dr. Erica Miller Story: From Tragedy to Triumph” (Cold River Studio Publishing). The book tracks Miller’s life from her childhood in pre-World War II Romania, […]
Finding the perfect pairing of wine and food is the delicious Holy Grail for connoisseurs the world over. It’s a quest that organizers of the 17th annual Casa Pacifica Wine and Food Festival follow when planning their annual summer event that draws a growing number of the county’s food lovers to the main courtyard at California State University Channel Islands […]
A recent survey shows voters in the Las Virgenes Unified School District area are likely to pass a new parcel tax. With more than $13 million shaved from the district budget over the last three years, district leaders say that they have trimmed their spending as much as possible and have no other choice but to levy a tax. “The […]
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