Art museum planned for T. O. Blvd. a step closer to construction

The City of Thousand Oaks hopes to be a step closer to bringing a regional art museum to the civic center. On March 26, the Thousand Oaks Planning Commission recommended amendments to three city planning documents, including the general plan, to accommodate the Regional Art Museum Center in front of the Civic Arts Plaza. The recommendation will be considered by […]

Spring break camp

Daily trips for kids 5 to 10 years old

The City of Agoura Hills Department of Community Services’s “Rec Club on the Go” camp will offer trips for children ages 5 to 10, which will meet at 9 a.m. Fri., April 6 through Fri., April 13 at Reyes Adobe Park, 30400 Rainbow Crest Drive, Agoura Hills. Buses will take the kids to a new place each day such as […]

Concert to feature choral prayers

Oaks Camerata vocal ensemble, directed by Brian Driscoll, will present a spring concert at 5 p.m. Sun., April 22 at St. John’s Seminary, 5012 Seminary Road, Camarillo. The group will perform a concert of choral prayers. The centerpiece of the a cappella concert is the setting of “Three Prayers of Dietrich Bonhoeffer” by English composer Philip Moore. Bonhoeffer was a […]

Oak Park pounds La Reina

Eagle softball squad hands Regents first league loss

Oak Park High’s softball team pulled the brakes on La Reina’s runaway train Tuesday afternoon in Thousand Oaks. In a matchup of two of the top programs in the Tri-Valley League, the Eagles’ combination of on-point pitching and power hitting was too much for the firstplace Regents to overcome during an 8-1 defeat at LRHS. Senior right-handed pitcher Morgan Simmons […]

Agoura budget still at mercy of redevelopment

The California’s sluggish economy persists, but the City of Agoura Hills says its budget remains fit. At a March 28 budget meeting, officials discussed future city goals and how to dissolve Agoura’s 23-year-old redevelopment agency. Gov. Jerry Brown signed legislation last year that abolished California’s redevelopment agencies. “Much of it is in flux right now,” said City Manager Greg Ramirez, […]

High school juniors toting reusable bags for a good cause

Wendy Chen, 17, of Calabasas, and Eden Weizman, 17, of Oak Park have found a way to use their artwork to help a family dealing with costly medical issues. The two juniors at Harvard- Westlake High School in Studio City have partnered with the Talbert Family Foundation to support husband-and-wife teachers from Canoga Park whose son Daniel Sherry, 6, has […]

Oak Park High’s ‘Millie’ gets feet a-tapping

One of the hardest things a high school drama teacher has to do is acquaint students with the lifestyle and customs of a bygone era. Director Allan Hunt and music director Heidi Cissell effectively take on that challenge for Oak Park High School’s drama department. In Oak Park’s latest production, “Thoroughly Modern Millie,” students had to become familiar with the […]

Seminar presents parenting makeover

Living Oaks Community Church will present Extreme Family Makeover, an interactive parenting seminar led by Mark A. Holmen, from 1 to 4 p.m. Sun., April 15 in the Kids and Students building at 1033 Business Center Circle, Newbury Park. Holmen, who is a husband, father, pastor, consultant, speaker for Focus on the Family and author of several books, will discuss […]

Galvin picks Pepperdine

Westlake High senior water polo standout Dillon Galvin has committed to Pepperdine University. The 6-foot-1, 210-pound 2- meter defender was a two-year varsity starter for the Warriors.

Bozajian ends term as mayor, Maurer next

At a government reorganization meeting on March 28, the Calabasas community applauded Mayor James Bozajian for his role in steering city hall through a year fraught with challenges. A deputy district attorney in Los Angeles County, Bozajian joined the city in 1997. Last week he concluded his fourth term at the helm of the City Council. The mayor led the […]

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