2010-06-17 E-Edition

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Westlake senior succeeds with solar panels

After more than a year of hard work and dedication, Adam Raudonis has made his dream— the installation of solar panels at Westlake High School—a reality. One of the world’s largest student funded solar arrays, made up of 28 solar panels and totalling 6.3 kilowatts, was installed at the high school and presented at an opening ceremony Monday afternoon. The […]

Jazzy nights at Moz Buddha Lounge

PROGRESSIVE— From left, Ira Nepus, Alex Franc and Danny Janklow play at the inaugural Moz Buddha Lounge Jazz Nite on June 9. Owner Moez Megji, who also owns Fin’s Creekside, Fin’s Tavern & Grill and Zin’s Bistro Americana, has been a jazz enthusiast for years. “We want to treat our patrons to great food, wine and live jazz for a […]

CLU volleyball tourney set

The 2010 California Lutheran University grass doubles volleyball tournament will take place on Sat., June 26, July 24 and Aug. 14 at the Moorpark College soccer fields. Registration each day begins at 8:30 a.m., with play starting at 9 a.m. The entry fee is $40 per team. Lunch will be provided for all participants. The tourney is for men’s, women’s, […]

Dangerous driving on Mulholland

The CHP and L.A. County Sheriff ’s Department need to mobilize patrol units in the Calabasas/Woodland Hills area. By far we have the most wreckless, careless and aggressive drivers I have ever seen. If you’re not going fast enough, no problem—they will pass you on a double yellow line. If they can’t pass you on the double yellow line due […]

Pet of the Week

Viewpoint’s valedictorian goes to Yale

Elisa Visher, Viewpoint School’s Class of 2010 valedictorian, is heading to Yale University in August to pursue her two passions, science and rowing. She plans to study molecular, cellular and developmental biology with a neurobiology concentration. She intends to be a coxswain for the Yale men’s rowing team. “Viewpoint has given me the tools that I need to be successful […]

Beatles tribute bash needed Help

Concert review

On Memorial Day an overflow crowd at Conejo Community Park attended a Memorial Day concert paying tribute to The Monkees and The Beatles. Now don’t get me wrong; I’m all for having a good time, but with all due respect to those who enjoyed the proceedings, the inferior quality of these performances is an indication of how the proliferation of […]

Food and Wine Festival in Calabasas

Celebrity chefs give interactive demonstrations

The fourth annual Malibu Calabasas Food and Wine Festival will be from 2 to 7 p.m. Sat., June 19 at the Calabasas Inn, 23500 Park Sorrento. The event will have live music, on site cooking demonstrations by celebrity chefs, food from local restaurants, interactive food demonstrations and wineries from international wineries. The 17-piece Fabulous Esquires Big Band will provide entertainment. […]

Vintage motorcycles on display

An exhibit of vintage Honda motorcycles will be shown from June 20 to Sept. 26 at the California Oil Museum in downtown Santa Paula. “Honda Motorcycles: Early Years to Present Day Racing” will feature nine motorcycles from 1952 to 1967 and one 1994 rare racing machine. All bikes are from the collection of Ron Mousouris of Carpenteria, a collector of […]