2011-04-21

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New flight plan?



For about the last year we have noticed almost constant flights of small planes buzzing overhead all weekend long. This seems to correspond to the change in flight patterns at the Santa Monica Airport. Does anyone have suggestions about how we can regain our quiet outdoors without these ever present noisy intruders? Phil Janke Oak Park

At The Library



Westlake Village Library, a branch of Los Angeles County Public Library, is at 31220 Oak Crest Drive. Following are programs for May. The library is open 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Tuesdays and Wednesdays, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursdays and Fridays, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturdays and 1 to 5 p.m. Sundays. Closed Mondays and holidays. For more […]

Calvary Chapel to celebrate resurrection




On Easter Sunday, billions of Christians around the world will celebrate the foundation of their religious faith and a miraculous symbol of hope. To commemorate the Bible’s story of Jesus’ resurrection from the dead two days after a long and painful crucifixion, Godspeak Calvary Chapel and Calvary Chapel Skyline will host an Easter service April 24 at the Thousand Oaks […]

Nursing home alternative



Adults with elderly parents who are frail can help them continue living at home, even if their mental or physical health is deteriorating. It’s important for baby boomers to know about things like this. We may have a mom or a dad who is aging quickly, or we’re starting to think about our own vulnerabilities. Also, there’s a chance we’ve […]

CLU presents instrumental concert



California Lutheran University will present the inaugural PRISM Concert at 2 p.m. Sun., May 1 in Samuelson Chapel, south of Olsen Road near Campus Drive, Thousand Oaks. The University Wind Ensemble, chamber ensembles and instrumental soloists will perform at the free concert. The non-traditional program will feature a continuous rotation of music without applause, allowing the audience to hear the […]

Communications gap in Calabasas



I have been part of a previous cell tower battle involving T-Mobile’s proposal for a tower at Paul Revere Drive. Two years ago I, as well as numerous other concerned residents, had alerted the city of the need for a moratorium and a more stringent wireless telecommunications ordinance and regulatory enforcement of codes. I know that the city is in […]

New hours for farmers market



The Thousand Oaks Certified Farmers’ Market is changing its hours of operation from 1:30 to 6:30 p.m. to 2 until 6 p.m. effective Thurs., May 5. The market is at The Oaks shopping center, east end parking lot at Wilbur Road and Thousand Oaks Boulevard. The market offers freshly grown produce, organic varieties, fresh cut flowers, fresh local seafood and […]

The blessing in betrayal



With Easter soon approaching I thought this might be an appropriate message for this week. It is an excerpt from my book, “The Art of Being.” For those of you who do not observe Easter, I invite you to seek the universal message of forgiveness in this writing. — Dennis Merritt Jones “Easter is not complete without loving the one […]

Put your best foot forward



Hai-En Peng, DPM, will discusses the different types of foot ailments, what to do about them, and how they impact a person’s total well-being in a free seminar from 9 to 10 a.m. Thurs., April 28 at The Oaks mall near Macy’s Men’s and Home store on the lower level. Pen is a podiatrist on staff at Los Robles Hospital […]


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