Here’s looking at you, kid

The National Park Service once gave me a free cap emblazoned VOLUNTEER above their familiar insignia, I began to take the gig seriously. All this amounted to, actually, was keeping a watchful eye out for suspicious activity. One evening I attempted to dissuade a motorist from driving his old compact car up Zuma Ridge Motorway, which is parkland that is […]

‘True Grit’ to screen

The Agoura Hills Department of Community Services will host a screening of the original “True Grit” film as part of the One City One Book program today, Thurs., May 26 at the Regency Agoura Hills Stadium 8. A Meet and Mingle at 5 p.m. will offer an opportunity to meet local Western artists and Kim Darby, who played Maddie Ross […]

Special education parent group to meet

The Special Education Parent Advocacy Group will meet from 9:30 to 11 a.m. Fri., June 3 at 32123 Lindero Canyon Road, Suite 201, Westlake Village. This month’s topic is “Fully Understanding Your Child’s IEP.” Parents should bring their child’s current annual IEP document to the meeting. Robin Burkholz and Gwen Campbell will lead the meeting. Reservations are requested as space […]

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