2010-07-15

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New And Used Book Sale

Friday July 16

Sponsored by The Wellness Community Valley/Ventura at The Oaks mall in Thousand Oaks, first floor between Banana Republic & Marciano, near Johnny Rockets entrance. Fri., July 16 through Sun., July 25. 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday, 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Sunday. All proceeds go toward programs of support for local […]

Thousand Oaks council approves Los Robles Hospital expansion



Los Robles Hospital and Medical Center received the go ahead this week to expand its Thousand Oaks location, adding 60 beds, a fourth floor, and a 36- foot-tall parking structure. T.O. City Council members voted 3-0 to approve the expansion after Mayor Dennis Gillette and Councilmember Claudia Billde la Pena recused themselves. Gillette expressed a conflict of interest because he […]

Sure tastes good



Owners Bryan and Lisa Siegel opened a That’s The Way The Cookie Crumbles store on May 1 at the Westfield Promendade in Woodland Hills. The store offers a variety of homemade ice cream sandwiches. The colorful pink and white store is located in the upstairs center court at the Promenade. The owners say they have plans to open a second […]

Got blue?



“Blue, Yaya.” “Grape or strawberry, Hudson?” I asked again. “Yaya, I want blue.” Really? Blue. But blue is for moons and birds and bonnets and bayous. Blue is for fat round things bursting in summer, for sapphires, for Dodgers, for Sweet Alice in that gown of hers and the snotty boy in the velvet suit who hangs out with Pinkie. […]

MAC suggests high school parking crackdown



Young drivers attending Oak Park High School this fall could have a tougher time finding parking spaces off campus if the Municipal Advisory Council has its way. MAC members last week created a subcommittee with Chair Mike Green and Vice Chair Mike McReynolds to come up with solutions that will discourage students from parking on neighboring streets during school hours. […]

Oak Park residents raising a champ



When Dale and Carole Kornreich’s youngest child, Jaclyn, flew the coop in 2007 to attend college, the thought of a house without the constant activity of youngsters filled the Oak Park parents of three with dread. To stave off the loneliness they believed was inevitable, the Kornreichs picked up a pooch from a breeder soon after dropping off their daughter […]

Students spend summer in serving others



Seminar addresses the challenges of adolescence



Universal Love Foundation will host a free seminar for parents and teens titled “How to Help Your Teenager Deal with the Challenges of Adolescence through Experiential Therapy,” from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Wed., July 21 at the Universal Love Foundation office suites, 28720 Canwood St., Suite No. 104, Agoura Hills. The presentation will be given by Nazinin Fathi, a marriage […]

Baby lions trigger excitement in mountains



Three mountain lion kittens were recently born in the Santa Monica Mountains. The only previous documented litter of mountain lion kittens was born in the summer of 2004. The kittens were found on May 26 by National Park Service researchers just south of Peter Strauss Ranch, off Mulholland Highway. Kittens P17 and P19 are females, and P18 is a male. […]