Emon Saee is a quarterback for USC football. It’s not as glamorous as it sounds. He doesn’t have three cellphones— one for family/coaches, another for friends and a third for the media. He just has the one. He doesn’t have an entourage, unless you count his older brother Shawn, who tagged along to catch passes for a recent Acorn photo […]
People who ride public shuttles and buses in Calabasas will soon pay more to reach their destinations. Riders will also see a reduction in public transit services provided by the City of Calabasas. At a meeting last week, the City Council approved several measures to reduce costs and increase revenues in the city’s public transit system. The adjustments will eliminate […]
Razzmatappers is an awardwinning performance company of senior dancers. The group was formed in 1998 and entertains audiences with energetic routines using professional costumes. The group is seeking tap dancers. Applicants must be over 50 years old, able to tap at an intermediate level and willing to rehearse on weekday mornings. The Razzmatappers perform for charitable organizations, clubs, fairs, private […]
Now that the school year is over, incoming seniors are turning their attention to college applications. This year’s Common Application will close on July 13, and the 2012-13 version will open on Aug. 1. If you have already started filling out the application, the information won’t be saved in the system. But you can print a copy so that it […]
The CIF-Southern Section announced the top student-athletes from baseball, softball and boys’ volleyball this spring. Here is a list of the local standouts honored by the section: Baseball Luke Eubank of Newbury Park High is the CIF-SS Division 1 baseball co-Player of the Year with Mater Dei’s Ty Moore. Eubank led the Panthers to a section championship at Dodger Stadium […]
Calabasas High School graduate Adam Gabay obtained his helicopter pilot’s license in August 2011. He is not still in training, as was reported last week.
Christine Foldes was standing in her front yard when her neighbor Stacey Spykerman told her the news. Nine ducks . . . no goose. And this was no nursery rhyme. On June 6, as five black-andgold ducklings wandered around Foldes’ Newbury Park street, a group of neighbors found their four brothers and sisters waddling helplessly about in an underground storm […]
Elianne Chung from AgouraHills recently graduated witha Bachelor of Arts from theCollege of William and Maryin Williamsburg, Va., thesecond oldest educationalinstitution in the nation.Samantha Nordlund ofWestlake Village has beennamed to the dean’s list in theUniversity of Notre Dame’sCollege of Arts and Lettersfor outstanding scholarshipduring the spring 2012semester.Mark Toyama of OakPark graduated magna cumlaude from the University ofSan Diego May 27. […]