2011-01-27

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Not in favor of high school homes



There is no question affordable housing for teachers is needed. LVUSD has a good reputation, and it has a responsibility to its community and the students it serves to attract the best and the brightest. While it’s a good faith effort, 16 townhomes on the high school campus will not solve that problem. The last place I would want to […]

Resident driven to distraction



On Jan. 13 I left Calabasas at 9:20 a.m. for a meeting in Santa Monica via Malibu Canyon. Really bad idea. Just past Mulholland Highway, traffic stopped. Unable to turn around, I waited. And waited. And waited. There were no signs, no flagmen and construction trucks were passing cars on a curved grade with obstructed view. I was trapped for […]

Play time for kids at The Oaks mall



Kids Club will start at 10 a.m. Thurs., Feb. 3 at the food court patio at The Oaks mall, 350 W. Hillcrest Drive, Thousand Oaks. Award-winning musical artist Mark, along with Puey the Pig, will provide interactive music and games. The program is free. For information, call guest services at (805) 495-2032.

Single-malt whisky on tap



Whisky Business, Ventura County’s largest independent whisky tasting club, will host a tasting event at 6:30 p.m. Thurs., Feb. 3 at Brendan’s Pub and Restaurant, 1775 E. Daily Drive, Camarillo. William Terry, a representative with Southern Wine and Spirits of America, will present a lineup of single- malt scotches made by the 160- year-old Scottish distiller Glenmorangie. The tasting will […]

Kosher cooking comes to life



Stocking a success



As we enter the third week of 2011, I want to take this opportunity to thank everyone who helped make the eighth year of Project Holiday Stocking such a success. This year we shipped 1,810 stockings to our troops serving in Afghanistan. The 2010 project was truly a community effort. Both national and local businesses as well as schools and […]

Kid needs a $450 cellphone, really?



I always check the Sheriff’s Blotter to see what has happened in my city of Agoura Hills. I’m always incensed when locals steal from each another. It is one thing for a thug to come into your neighborhood and steal from complete strangers, but it is even more disconcerting when you hear about peers stealing from one another. I noticed […]

ACLU to host forum on death penalty



The Ventura County ACLU will host a public forum on death penalty alternatives from 1 to 3 p.m. Sat., Feb. 12 at the Grant Brimhall Library, 1401 E. Janss Road, Thousand Oaks. James Clark of the Los Angeles County Coalition for Death Penalty Alternatives and death penalty field organizer, ACLU of Southern California, will discuss capital punishment from a civil […]

VIP league important for all kids




Drew Fine and Amy Hile are on a mission to make the VIP sports league a permanent fixture in the area. The league provides team sport opportunities for special needs children, but its activities have been irregular. Fine is the VIP coordinator for this year’s basketball league, which currently has 20 players but has room for more. Hile is the […]


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