2011-02-03

Mixed signals



Despite the strong objections of parents at Lindero Middle School and other concerned Agoura residents, T-Mobile has won the right in federal court to install a cell tower on the Lindero Middle School campus. This unfortunate situation would never have occurred had the Las Virgenes Unified School District refused to rent space to T-Mobile. The LVUSD operates as a private […]

Vendors needed for Earth Day



The city of Thousand Oaks is looking for eco-friendly vendors and exhibitors for the 14th annual Arbor/Earth Day Celebration from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sat., April 30 at Conejo Creek Park North, 1379 E. Janss Road, Thousand Oaks. The festival features more than 100 organizations and businesses that promote environmental awareness, or produce environmentally-friendly, non-toxic products and services. The […]

Rancho Simi introduces new Oak Park planners




About 40 people participated in a Rancho Simi Recreation and Park District election on Jan 25 to select members for the Oak Park Recreation and Park Planning Committee. Rancho Simi manages parks and recreational activities in Simi Valley and Oak Park. The advisory committee meets quarterly at the community center on Kanan Road to advocate for Oak Park residents and […]

Mad Attic thrift shop sale tomorrow



The Mad Attic Thrift Shop will have a bag sale from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Fri., Feb. 4 at the shop, 226 Skyline Drive, Thousand Oaks. Linens, clothing and shoes will be on sale. Tax is included in the purchase price. The Mad Attic is an outreach from St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church in Thousand Oaks. The St. Patrick’s Day […]

Reader endorses Gaines and Martin



I am a resident of Calabasas and have worked with both Fred Gaines and Lucy Martin, each of whom is a candidate for Calabasas City Council in next month’s election. I worked with Fred when we were both members of the San Fernando Valley Bar Association’s Board of Trustees. Fred is also a lawyer in the office building where my […]

Calabasas Chamber announces new leadership




Brenda Johnson, owner of Calabasas Pharmacy, was named the new chairperson for the Calabasas Chamber of Commerce at the organization’s annual installation and awards ceremony Jan. 29. Johnson replaces Kimberly Bordonaro at the head of the Chamber’s board of directors. She said one of her first goals in office will be to survey the Chamber’s 400 members regarding their business […]

Aristocratic superhero delights in Conejo Players’ ‘Scarlet Pimpernel’

Play review


“The Scarlet Pimpernel,” a musical, is one of three novelbased Broadway shows using the French Revolution as a backdrop. The Conejo Players’ production of the musical based on Baroness Emma Orczy’s 1903 book combines stellar voices, excellent acting and costumes ranging from elegant to overthe top in a production that should satisfy the adventurer and romantic in anyone. If the […]

Coyote grapplers intent on finishing strong

Marmonte finals set for Saturday in Simi Valley


The Coyotes are small in numbers but big on heart. Calabasas High’s wrestling team doesn’t have more than 22 grapplers at any given time, but the squad has shown fortitude while travailing through the rugged Marmonte League. “This team is determined to learn,” head coach Andy Falk said, “and determined to get better.” A dramatic 39-36 dual meet win against […]


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