The Acorn’s High School Football Game of the Week

Crespi Celts (5-0) at Westlake Warriors (3-1) Friday, 7 p.m. Westlake High Westlake High football head coach Jim Benkert rarely visits Crespi, where he received his first coaching gig 31 years ago. “I’ve never had a reason to go back,” said Benkert, a Celts assistant coach from 1982 to 1988. This season, Benkert has a good excuse to return to […]

America he loves

Larry Brown writes (Sept. 6) that if you are a Republican you must by definition hate women, be sexually repressed, believe in a superstition (i.e., the Bible) and be greedy with no regard for the economic welfare of others. And of course all of these points justify “class warfare” and “wealth redistribution,” presumably in favor of those who identify themselves […]

Ask the Arborist

The root of the matter The environment of a tree is the environment of a tree. I know that sounds redundant—and it is. But when you digest that sentence and insert it into the context of where a tree grows and what goes on around that tree, it might make a little more sense. I returned a call from a […]

Music festival to help mend kids

Mending Kids International, Malibu Guild will present its BU LA LA Music Festival and Fun Faire from 11 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Sun., Sept. 30 at Camp Keystone, 2854 Triunfo Canyon Road, Agoura. The all- ages event will include games, rides, swimming, a water slide, barbecue, wine and beer gardens, and live music with big-name bands and guest appearances. All […]

Water district sponsors science class

DONATION—The Las Virgenes Municipal Water District presents a check for $107,000 to Las Virgenes school offcials to fund a fourth- andfifth-grade school science program. From left is water district board member Barry Steinhardt, school board president Cindy Iser, water district public affairs manager Jeff Reinhardt, school board member Lesli Stein, and school superintendent Dan Stepenosky.

Other local football matchups

St. Bonnie (4-0) at Santa Margarita (4-0) Outlook: Okay, St. Bonaventure of Ventura isn’t technically a local team. But this Friday night’s 7 p.m. matchup featuring the Seraphs and Santa Margarita— ranked No. 2 in the USA Today Super 25 Football national poll— is arguably the best game in California this weekend. For fans who can’t make it out to […]

Broader issues

Iceberg ahead! I was fascinated to read that some Acorn readers still believe the Democrats and Republicans are truly working for our present and future well-being and that the politicians tell the truth. Capitalism no longer works in its current form, and therein lies the real area for discourse. And we cannot rely on our current political system to provide […]

Simi quilters’ show to feature local artists

The Simi Valley Quilt Guild will present its biennial quilt show Sat. and Sun., Oct. 6 and 7 at Rancho Santa Susana Community Center, 5005 E. Los Angeles Ave., Simi Valley. With the theme “Celebrate!” this year’s event will feature special events in addition to the display of more than 100 quilts. Don Beld will speak on late 19th century […]

Canine rescue

Southern California Golden Retriever Rescue and Community Funding Solutions have joined forces to provide funding for Golden Retriever’s canine rescue programs. Community Funding Solutions is a social enterprise that turns real estate transactions into charitable giving opportunities. Supporters can select a CFSaffi liated real estate professional when they buy or sell a home. These agents will donate 20 percent of […]

Dance clinic scheduled

The Calabasas High School Dance Team will host the eighth annual Coyote Cutie Dance Clinic for grades K-5 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sun., Sept. 30 in the school dance room, 22855 W. Mulholland Hwy. Check-in will begin at 9:30 a.m. Dancers will learn a routine taught by the high school dance team and perform with the dancers during […]

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