Oak Park girls on target from deep

Chicks dig the long ball. The Oak Park High girls’ basketball team lives that mantra. With 175 trifectas entering the week, the Eagles are the best 3-point shooting team in the CIF-Southern Section. The team averages eight treys a game, which is also the secondbest mark for any high school girls’ team in California. Pinewood of Los Altos Hills drills […]

Closer cell towers, less radiation

I remember clearly the day about two years ago that my daughter called me from Calabasas High School to inform me that her phone suddenly started working on school property. This was the day the T-Mobile site at CHS went online. After 2-1/2 years, we could finally reach her while at school, a big deal if you consider the lockdown […]

Valen-mine Day

Valentine’s Day is never about the guy in the relationship. It’s always about the girl. Flowers, heartshaped jewelry, heart-shaped chocolate, flowery greetings, flowery dinners . . . Just look at the lines in grocery stores on Valentine’s Day—no women, just men waiting to buy flowers that’ll die in a week, chocolate that’ll never be eaten, teddy bears that’ll just get […]

AYSO team explodes on the scene

Judy Collins looks at life from both sides now

Singer Judy Collins will make an appearance at The Canyon club in Agoura Hills Sat., Feb. 12 and last week I got a chance to chat with her by phone from her home in New York. Collins said she’ll perform cuts from her new CD titled “Paradise” that came out last year on her own Wildflower label. The CD was […]

Chargers trying to cap off amazing turnaround

Marmonte girls’ soccer title to be decided tonight

Worst to first. It could happen. The Agoura High girls’ soccer team finished dead last in the Marmonte League standings a year ago. Players were bickering and morale was low as the squad headed into the offseason. Fast-forward to tonight’s regular season finale at home against Calabasas, however, and the Chargers (11-6-1 overall, 7-5-1 in league) have a legitimate shot […]

Calabasas City Council election

After attending the Feb. 2 candidate forum and doing some independent research on the candidates, it is clear there are two ways to go with my vote for City Council. If my goals for Calabasas are revenue generation and staff expansion through development and building projects, the clear choices are pro-development urban planner Martha Fritz and developer’s lawyer Fred Gaines. […]

Love Stories. . .

This Valentine’s Day we asked our readers to share stories about how they met the love of their life. Their answers warm the heart.

From the moment the pads of his fingers brushed the palm of my hand, my heart swirled and soared into the sky while my soul was tethered to the very earth we stood on, and I knew that he had to be mine. I didn’t want to let go of his hand for fear that I would go back to […]

Habitat for Humanity headquarters ransacked

Habitat for Humanity of Ventura County’s Habitat ReStore in Oxnard was ransacked by thieves who stole thousands of dollars of merchandise and caused substantial property damage. ReStore is a discount home improvement center that supports Habitat’s home-building mission. The carpenters of Southwest Regional Council of Carpenters Local 150 in Camarillo have volunteered to provide labor to repair the damages that […]

Art show highlights landscapes

The Arts Council of the Conejo Valley will present “The Landscape Show” through March 28 in The Galleria at the Hillcrest Center for the Arts, 403 W. Hillcrest Drive, Thousand Oaks. An artists’ reception will take place from 4 to 6 p.m. Sat., March 12 at the Hillcrest Center. The public is invited. The invitational exhibit will feature 13 landscape […]

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