2010-10-21 E-Edition

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Meet Agoura’s social network for dogs

For dog owners who want their pooches pampered while they’re at work or on vacation, Camp Bow Wow in Agoura Hills can be a satisfying alternative to the traditional kennel. Owner Paul Berkovitz said his newly opened business is a “premier doggy day care and overnight camp” where “a dog can be a dog.” West Hills resident Berkovitz said the […]

Wood Ranch medical provider expands practice

Dr. Shayla Kasel of Wood Ranch Medical is expanding her office in Simi Valley. As part of the expansion, Dr. Ellie Rogers, a primary care physician, has been selected to join the office. Rogers grew up in the Simi Valley/Thousand Oaks area and completed her residency in family practice in Ohio. The patient care team also includes Denise Stephenson and […]

Parents invited to forum on bullying

Students being bullied at school is an age-old problem, but with so many online forums such as Facebook, many bullies have gone high-tech. Calabasas High School is taking steps to enlighten students and parents on how to behave compassionately and respectfully toward all students. The school and its parent-faculty club will host an assembly for all students, “Teen Truth Live: […]

Author pens book on ‘Da Bears’

Delsohn to sign copies Saturday in Westlake

They were great. They were entertaining. They were larger than life. The 1985 Chicago Bears spring to life in Steve Delsohn’s book, “Da Bears! How The 1985 Monsters of the Midway Became the Greatest Team in NFLHistory.” For Delsohn, a Chicago native who lives in Thousand Oaks, the project became a labor of love. He spent countless hours researching, interviewing, […]

Halloween Highlights


Halloween Family Fun 1 to 4 p.m. at Leonis Adobe Museum, 23537 Calabasas Road, Calabasas. Live performance by “Dorothy” of Oz 2 p.m. Pumpkin carving and decorating, face painting, games, crafts, music. Free if in costume or $4 admission. Each child receives pumpkin. Phone: 818.222.6511 Contact: Leonis Adobe Museum Web: www.leonisadobemuseum.org Time: 1:00 p.m. Date: 10/23/2010 Tiny Tot Halloween Carnival […]

Pet of the Week

Salaries, benefits lead to high rates

Recent letters to the editor discuss the high water rates we have been paying, and the high salaries, pensions and benefits being given to the water district employees. One-third of 120 employees are in excess of six figures per year. Incumbent Jeff Smith says the recent hikes in water rates have nothing to do with the salaries, pensions. Who, then, […]

CHS dance team offers youth clinic

The Calabasas High School Dance Team will host the fourth annual “Coyote Cutie” Dance Clinic for grades K-5 on Sun., Nov. 7 in the school’s dance room, 22855 W. Mulholland Hwy. Check-in will begin at 9:30 a.m. with the clinic running from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Dancers will learn a routine led by the nationally-ranked high school dance team. […]

Rain can’t slow the show at Pro Tennis Championships

A little bit of precipitation couldn’t keep the 10th annual USTA Men’s Pro Tennis Championships of Calabasas down. Scheduled matches were caught up as of Wednesday morning, and a hard-hitting weekend of tennis is expected. The $50,000 USTA Pro Circuit event boasts some of America’s finest talents, including former top-100 members Amer Delic, Donald Young and Robert Kendrick, all of […]