2010-11-25 E-Edition

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New nature center for Headwaters Corner

Headwaters Corner in Calabasas is enhancing its reputation as the area’s environmental hub. At a recent City Council meeting, representatives from Mountains Restoration Trust and the architectural firm Roesling, Nakamura and Terada unveiled plans for a new Nature Education Center at the MRT headquarters on Old Topanga Road and Mulholland Highway. Headwaters Corner opened several years ago as a collaboration […]

Bedazzling bead show at Stagecoach

A new exhibit, “Beadazzled,” has opened the Stagecoach Inn Museum, 51 S. Ventu Park Road, Newbury Park. More than 10 flapper-era beaded dresses, numerous purses, vintage jewelry, and several unusual pieces from the Stagecoach Museum collection will be on display. Black beaded yardage and a framed illustration help viewers understand how patterns were transferred to fabric. For more information, call […]

Simi Community Christmas presents four days of festivities

The annual Simi Community Christmas will run from 5 to 9 p.m. daily for four consecutive days, Wed. through Sat., Dec. 1 to 4, at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 408 Sinaloa Road, Simi Valley. More than 450 creches/nativity scenes, collected from all over the world and of various materials, will be on display. A living nativity […]

Tired of paying for out-of-district kids

Thank you, Helen Johnson, for joining me and speaking out against what is going on here in Oak Park regarding the school district. For those who don’t know, enrollment at Oak Park schools has dwindled over the years to the point where we no longer need the number of schools or the size of schools that we once did. Rather […]

Agoura rattles Royal’s cage

Boys’ water polo squad secures second section crown since 2007

This was supposed to be a classic. A game to remember. One for the ages. Alas, the Chargers eliminated the suspense and intrigue, winning a section championship with shocking ease. The Agoura High boys’ water polo team jumped to a commanding lead and never looked back during a 9-7 victory against Marmonte League rival Royal in the CIF-Southern Section Division […]

Families flock to Wellness gingerbread event

Blues, rock concert to benefit singers

A benefit blues/rock concert will take place at 8 p.m. Tues., Dec. 7 at The Canyon, 29812 Roadside Drive, Agoura Hills. Performers include Keb’Mo, Billy Vera and The Beaters, and Teresa James and The Rhythm Tramps. Also on the bill are The SOS All-Stars, featuring Snuffy Walden and Sara Niemietz. Proceeds from the concert will benefit the Society of Singers, […]

St. Jude student wins bookmark design contest

Unhappy with the incumbents

I have attended only one council meeting but watch most weeks on TV. After attending that meeting months ago regarding septic tanks, I wanted to put my house up for sale and get the hell out of Dodge. I was dumbstruck as I watched the smirks, under the breath comments, and actual ignoring of community speakers by Barry Groveman and […]