Two local cross country runners earned postseason honors. Mark Gero of Westlake Village and Alexa Yarnell of Oak Park made the Westside All- League team for New Community Jewish High in West Hills. Gero, a junior, earned fifth place during the boys’ league finals at Pierce College, completing the course in 18:49. The sophomore Yarnell finished the girls’ race in […]
Calabasas officials unanimously approved a provisional building and safety ordinance on Thanksgiving eve despite residents who packed the City Council chambers and complained that the new law is another example of the city’s growing tendency to place burdens homeowners. On Nov. 10, residents convinced the council to table the ordinance pending a review of the state’s new building codes. The […]
The Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza Foundation presents Big Bad Voodoo Daddy at 8 p.m. Fri., Dec. 10 in the Fred Kavli Theatre, Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza, 2100 Thousand Oaks Blvd. Having put the swing craze that briefly dominated alternative radio in 1998 behind them, the band now carries on the tradition of the legendary big bands and orchestras […]
SoCal Soups and Sweets, an inaugural food tasting event and competition focused on soups and desserts, will take place Sat., Dec. 11 at the Urban Oasis inside the Marriott Hotel, 21850 Oxnard St., Woodland Hills. VIP admission begins at 4 p.m.; general admission is 5 p.m. The event concludes at 10 p.m. The event is open to the public. Ticket […]
The contaminants at the Santa Susana Field Laboratory have the potential to affect thousands of people. A great number of these individuals have taken the time to express their support for the SSFL cleanup Agreement on Consent. Now, a few individuals are attempting to discount these overwhelming supportive comments, contending that only extensive comments criticizing the agreement should be considered […]
The Moorpark High football team defeated Valencia in the Northern Division semifinals in 2008 and 2009. Bailey Rohlfing helped La Reina qualify for the CIF-State Cross Country Championships at Woodward Park in Fresno.
Phil Scrivano, Las Virgenes Unified School District’s newly hired chief technology officer, wants to make sure that computers, iPhones and other smart devices become the tools of education for students in the 21st century and not just a means of entertainment. Scrivano, 49, plans to enhance learning where it hits home—on the computer. He’s currently gathering information from administrators and […]
The Westlake Village Inn at 31943 Agoura Road is available for out-of-town guests and private holiday parties at Provence or Mediterraneo, an Europeanstyle bistro. A holiday menu features winter dishes. The inn is decorated with a Christmas tree, lights and poinsettias. The annual New Year’s Eve Celebration will be at Bogies nightclub and Provence. The theme is Venetian Masquerade Ball […]