2011-12-15

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Offices close early for holiday



The Acorn office will close at noon on Fri., Dec. 16 for a holiday party. The office at 30423 Canwood St. Suite 108 in Agoura Hills will reopen at 9 a.m., Mon., Dec. 19.

Westlake Village promotes reading



The City of Westlake Village and the Westlake Village library are co-sponsoring a One City One Book program, Westlake Village Reads. Food will be theme of this year’s program. By focusing on an overall theme instead of on a single book, the community can read multiple titles and participate in a wide array of programming for all ages. Events will […]

Neftin hosts blood drive



The UCLA Blood Center will hold a blood drive Mon., Dec. 19 at Neftin Westlake Volkswagen, 3550 Auto Mall Drive, Thousand Oaks. Shuttles will be available to pick up groups of five or more people from the same company. To make an appointment, call Anica at Neftin VW at (818) 889-3635, ext. 249 or email Neftincars@aol.com.

Water polo alumni recognized



Following their back- toback CIF Southern Division Title Championship win, the sixtime Marmonte League champion Agoura High School boys’ water polo team will join the girl’s team to host an inaugural AHS combined alumni games starting at 11:30 a.m. Sat., Dec. 17 at the Agoura High School pool, 28545 W. Driver Ave., Agoura Hills. Past and present Chargers will participate. […]

Sheriff’s Blotter



Agoura Hills Someone caused $ 1,500 worth of damage scratching the body of a car parked near Padri’s restaurant in the 29000 block of Agoura Road Dec. 3. A burglar stole a $ 300 computer tower, $ 200 air compressor and about $200 worth of other goods from a home in the 30600 block of Lakefront Drive Nov. 14. Calabasas […]

Social Security questions answered




The coming of the new year means Social Security and Medicare are right around the corner for more aging baby boomers. The following are answers to some of the most commonly asked questions about the benefits that are offered. Q: I am receiving Social Security retirement benefits and I recently went back to work. Do I have to pay Social […]

This land is their land



‘All My Sons’ shows suburban angst

Play review


Arthur Miller’s “All My Sons” is one of the classic “make or break” stories in theater history. A failure with his previous play, Miller decided that if this work wasn’t successful, he would give up being a playwright for good. The result was a triumph, but one that triggered controversy in the theater world—not to mention Miller’s life—that still resonates […]

Calabasas to host free recycling events



The City of Calabasas organizes periodic recycling events to help residents clear their clutter while protecting the environment. environ- The next electronic waste collection will take place from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sat., Dec. 17 in the Vons shopping center parking lot, 23381 Mulholland Drive, Woodland Hills. Acceptable items include CD players, laptops, personal computers, puters, microwave ovens, printers, […]


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