2012-06-21

Tasty food and wine event will also benefit charity



Seven years ago, Woodland Hills resident Alan Semsar took a self-improvement course that encouraged participants to start a project that would benefit the less fortunate. The businessman was inspired to create an annual wine and food festival in Calabasas to raise funds for the Children’s Tumor Foundation in collaboration with Children’s Hospital Los Angeles. “It’s a really great cause,” said […]

Yerba Buena to launch arts, tech program

. Teaching strategy bridges various academic areas

A team of parents and teachers at Yerba Buena Elementary School in Agoura Hills has developed a program to integrate arts and technology into the curriculum. The program, known as YB BEAT—Yerba Buena Bridging Education, Arts and Technology— was approved by the Las Virgenes Unified School District board on May 23. Yerba Buena principal Christina Desiderio formed the Arts Focus […]

Heading to the Buckeye State

Volleyball standouts from Oaks Christian, Thousand Oaks to play in national tourney


These players won’t be muttering goodbye, Columbus. They’re ready to shout: Hello, Columbus! Five sophomores-to-be from Oaks Christian and Thousand Oaks high schools will join forces at the USA Volleyball Girls’ Junior National Championships in Columbus, Ohio, from June 28 through July 7. Veronica Sams, Taylor Foley and Madison Koudsi star for the Oaks Christian Lions. Kristin Kingi and Haley […]


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