2011-05-26 E-Edition

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A big thank you

We’ve just completed the fifth annual Triunfo YMCA Soap Box Derby event. This year’s event hosted not only the races, but Big Sunday, a car show, a NASCAR presentation, rock wall, sheriff’s department display, and so much more. Boy Scout Troop 485 fed several hundred, and Time of Your Life entertained us with great music and games. AsaYvolunteerleader,I’ve always believed […]

Oak Park High grad needs blood, platelets to battle cancer

The Oak Park community is coming together to help a young man in need. A blood drive on Mon., June 13 at Oak Hills Elementary School will provide Josh Rosenberg, 25, with a steady flow of blood and platelet donations to help him battle Burkitt’s lymphoma. The disease is a type of non- Hodgkin’s lymphoma, a cancer in the lymphatic […]

Classical musicians bond through music

Two rising stars in the world of classical music, Sean Chen and Andrew Janss, grew up in the Conejo Valley and have been music pals since they first met in 1999 and performed together in a Thousand Oaks classical music trio formed by Janss. Their love of instruments and their driving ambition to get to the top in the classical […]

Local financial advisor makes the list

Morgan Stanley Private Wealth Management has announced that Rebecca Rothstein of Calabasas, a managing director in the firm’s Beverly Hills office, was named to Barron’s annual list of America’s Top 100 Financial Advisors. Individuals on the Barron’s list are screened on a number of criteria. Among factors the survey takes into consideration are assets under management, revenue produced for the […]

What it’s really all about

“From a spiritual perspective, we have come here to have relationships. . . . From the cradle to the grave and all along the way in between, it is the relationships we have that really make life worth living.” —excerpted from “The Art of Being: 101 Ways to Practice Purpose in Your Life” This past weekend I attended the memorial […]

Let’s keep the momentum

An extraordinary thing has happened in our community. People, cities, businesses and organizations in a matter of weeks came together with one goal—to save 51 LVUSD teachers and counselors who were given layoff notices on March 15 due to state budget cuts. The LVUSD-driven Save Our Schools campaign, which promised to use every dollar to rescind these layoffs, has raised […]

Conservation group celebrates 50 years

Guest chef to cook for Four Seasons

Executive Sous Chef Tsutomu Konishi from Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Marunouchi will make a monthlong guest chef appearance at the Beverly Wilshire and also Four Seasons Hotel Westlake Village, Two Dole Drive. Konishi will join Chef de Cuisine Masa Shimakawa at ONYX in Westlake Village from June 15 to 25. Each night, restaurant guests will witness a different competition […]

Award-winning business

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