2012-06-07

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New reward in Richardson case




The cities of Agoura Hills and Calabasas are offering a combined $15,000 reward in exchange for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person or people responsible for the death of Mitrice Richardson. The woman’s remains were discovered in the Monte Nido area of Calabasas on Aug. 9, 2010; she was last seen a year earlier, at about […]

The beach bus is back



The Agoura Hills Department of Community Services is providing a beach bus for all ages for summer trips from Agoura Hills to Zuma Beach in Malibu. The bus will stop in Agoura Hills at Lindero Canyon Middle School, Agoura High School and at Liberty Canyon and Agoura roads. The bus will take passengers to Zuma Beach, Lifeguard Tower No. 6. […]

Workshop on veteran benefits



Belmont Village Senior Living will host Veteran Benefits Workshops at 3 and 6 p. m. Wed., June 27 at 3680 N. Moorpark Road, Thousand Oaks. The event will help participants better understand veteran’s benefits and long-term care. Tony Ruggieri, president of AmeriVets, and Ron Doty Jr., an accredited VA attorney, will discuss the following with examples and case studies: VA […]

High School HiLights



Agoura Chargers Fri., June 8: Finals ACT/8 a.m. Mon., June 11: Finals Senior brunch/9 a.m. Tues., June 12: Finals Grad rehearsal/gym/7:50 a.m. Last day of school Wed., June 13: Graduation/stadium/ 7 p.m. Calabasas Coyotes Fri., June 8: Finals Sat., June 9: ACT/8 a.m. NHS tutoring/8:30 a.m. ASB banquet/6 p.m. Mon., June 11: Finals Tues., June 12: Finals Senior breakfast and […]

Cal F.C. squad makes U.S. Open Cup history



This was David vs. Goliath. The Dirty Dozen against the German war machine. A shrimp battling a giant squid in the cold, dark depths of the Atlantic. Cal F.C., a Thousand Oaks-based amateur soccer team, was the little engine that roared to international acclaim. Coached by former Team USA World Cup striker and Westlake High graduate Eric Wynalda, Cal F.C. […]

Do the neighborly thing



Do you know your neighbors? That used to be a silly question. Time was, everybody on the block knew everybody—even the names of kids and pets. Because of today’s hyper-technological society, it’s more likely you’ll run into your neighbor on Facebook than in the front yard. Conversations over the white picket fence are slowly becoming a thing of the past. […]

Calabasas students to perform in Playboy Jazz Festival at The Bowl




To culminate a year of hard work and many successes on the high school competition circuit, 20 musicians in Calabasas High School’s Jazz A band, under the direction of Joshua Barroll, will open the show at the 2012 Playboy Jazz Festival on Sun., June 17. The two-day festival, which starts June 16, attracts more than 35,000 fans each year from […]

PLAY REVIEW

Lucky Stiff


The musical relationship between composer Stephen Flaherty and lyricist Lynn Ahrens, who began collaborating in the 1980s, lasted longer than that of Rodgers and Hammerstein and most other Broadway teams. Together, they’ve produced a series of charming musicals, including “Seussical,” “My Favorite Year,” “Once on This Island,” and one enduring masterpiece, “Ragtime.” Panic! Productions, the Thousand Oaks- based community theater […]

1939 Club celebrates with students




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