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Queen Nation will present a musical tribute to the rock group Queen at 5 p.m. Mon., Sept. 6 (Labor Day) in the natural amphitheater at Conejo Community Center, 1175 Hendrix Ave., Thousand Oaks. Sponsored by the Thousand Oaks Acorn, the free event is the final program in the Conejo Recreation and Park District’s 2010 Summer Concerts in the Park and […]
Two incumbents and one newcomer will fill three seats that were available in the November Oak Park Municipal Advisory Council (MAC) elections. Alon Glickstein, who has lived in Oak Park since 2003, is the sole candidate interesting in filling Councilmember Jay Kapitz’s seat. Kapitz has been on the MAC for five years. He said he did not apply for a […]
I consider people of all ages my neighbors, be they students, elderly, babies and sadly, yes, even dogs. With students as with dogs, if they pee on your lawn in Calabasas, both groups are under 21 and often behave generally the same, although I know some teenage boys that could look to the family dog for grooming suggestions. In alleviating […]
The Oak Park Community Foundation has appointed two new trustees, Barbara Schwartz and Jerry Clebanoff. Schwartz brings experience as a television producer, executive board member of the Medea Creek Middle School Parent-Faculty Club, member of the Oak Park Unified School District Curriculum Council and member of the OPUSD Citizen’s Oversight Committee for bond measures and parcel tax. Clebanoff has experience […]
The Camarillo Art and Jazz Festival is looking for artists for the 2010 art walk from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sat., Sept. 25 on Ventura Boulevard in Camarillo. The main paid event is an outdoor concert under the stars on the grounds of the old Pleasant Valley School on Ventura Boulevard. Blue Moon Swamp Band will present a tribute […]
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