2011-11-17

2011-11-17 E-Edition

Jonathon Wolfson to resign from Calabasas City Council

A replacement is expected to be named


Jonathon Wolfson will resign his position on the Calabasas City Council effective Dec., 15. He is moving to Bell Canyon, The Acorn has learned. Wolfson, a lawyer and former member of the city’s planning commission, was elected in March 2005 and re-elected in 2009. He served as mayor of Calabasas from 2009-2010. His term was set to expire in 2013. […]

Street improvements in the works for Oak Park and Thousand Oaks



Construction crews broke ground this week on street and sidewalk improvements planned for several unincorporated areas of Ventura County, including Oak Park. Starting last Monday, the county began the replacement of cracked and uneven sidewalks, curbs and gutters in the Casa Conejo area south of Newbury Park.. The county also plans to repave several residential streets in Casa Conejo including […]

Tamale Fest in Oxnard



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‘Oklahoma’ a romp on the stage

Play review


To the youngsters performing in the Young Artists Ensemble’s staging of “Oklahoma!” the venerable Rodgers and Hammerstein musical may be just another Broadway show stocked with colorful characters, tuneful tunes and delightful dancing. But “Oklahoma!” which plays through Nov. 20 at the Hillcrest Center for the Arts, is much more than that. When it made its Broadway debut in 1943, […]

Warrior football program celebrates Marmonte title, Benkert’s 200th win



Dynamite kids



Saluting our veterans



School children learn about military service



Knowing when to let go



“There seems to be a kind of order in the universe, in the movement of the stars and the turning of the earth and the changing of the seasons, and even in the cycle of human life.” — Katherine Anne Porter Early this morning, I took my daily trek down to my meditation garden, which is in the middle of […]


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