Residents convince Calabasas council to table new codes

About a dozen homeowners in Calabasas persuaded city officials last week to postpone approval of a controversial 134-page urgency ordinance. Residents said new building codes in the ordinance would infringe on the rights of property owners and neither they nor the City Council had been given enough time to assess the proposed changes. The urgency ordinance requires a four-fifth majority […]

Cycling club promotes fun, good health

Herb Berger and Jules Meisler began meeting for coffee and riding their bikes around Thousand Oaks in the ’80s. They’d spend half their time riding, the other half discussing the pressing issues of the day. Eventually, in 1986, the meetings between the good friends led to the formation of the Old Kranks Bicycle Club. The name refers to the turning […]

St. Maximilian Catholic Church faces budget crunch

The construction debt at St. Maximilian Kolbe Catholic Church in Westlake Village may have been paid off, but the books show that the church must either collect more from its parishioners or cut back programs, staff and other expenses to stay in the black. A letter mailed to congregants in October explained how the church is faring financially. Parish expenses […]

Calabasas students turn cookies into cash to help kids with cancer

Calabasas High presents Shakespeare parody

The Calabasas High School Theater Department will present the parody “The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged)” at 7 p.m. Thurs. to Sat., Nov. 18 to 20 and 2 p.m. Sat., Nov. 20 at the Calabasas High School Theater, 22855 W. Mulholland Hwy. The show, which ran for a record nine years in London, takes the cast through comical interpretations […]

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