2012-11-08 E-Edition

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Fat lady has sung

A fat lady with a green Prius was seen stealing campaign signs. It is annoying to have a sign stealer in our community. This year my Romney-Ryan signs were stolen as well as the Zink signs on Mulholland Highway. The Fran Pavley sign across the road was not touched. The only signs that are never stolen are the 8X4s. We […]

Jade Elizabeth Hood,

born 8-31-12 joined the Lord on 10-27-12 to pave the way for our return. She peacefully passed in the arms of her father and mother in NICU at UCLA Medical Center. She is survived by her parents, Rusty and Bridgett Hood, brother Kai Hood, Grandparents Chuck and Rocky Stayart in Westlake Village, CA, Robert and Jutta Hood in Auburn WA. […]

Ragtime to rock Brimhall

Agoura High dances with stars

. Actor Don Stark to serve as emcee

The Agoura High School dance team will present its version of “Dancing with the Stars” at 7 p.m. Fri., Nov. 9 in the gym at 28545 Driver Ave. Attendees can vote for dance team members who will compete with AHS athletes, faculty, staff and guest master of ceremonies Don Stark from “That ’70s Show.” Dance styles will include lyrical, jazz, […]

Sage Room moves to country club

The Sage Room Osteria Bar and Grill opened Mon., Nov. 12 at its new home in the Lindero Country Club, 5719 Lake Lindero Drive, Agoura Hills. This is the second location for The Sage Room, which began serving customers in 1999 at a venue on Kanan Road and Pacific Coast Highway in Malibu. Owners Claudio Borin, wife Susan and son […]

This muffin got poor reception

To all drivers on Kanan Road: The other day I was driving north on Kanan Road toward the 101 Freeway, happily going to a bridge game and eating an English muffin. To my surprise I was pulled over by a sheriff’s deputy car. I asked, “What was the problem,” and he stated that I was using my cellphone; he saw […]


Honorees sought for Calabasas environmental awards The Calabasas Environmental Commission seeks nominations for the 2012 Carl Gibbs Environmental Excellence Award. The award, which symbolizes commitment to California’s environment, recognizes the voluntary activities of individuals, businesses, municipalities, government agencies and other organizations that work to benefit the environment. Gibbs, who died in February 2006, was a Calabasas environmental commissioner and one […]

Friendship Circle to honor Nick Vujicic

The Friendship Circle, a nonprofi t organization that matches teen “buddies” with children who have special needs, will host its 10th anniversary banquet at 6 p.m. Mon., Nov. 19 at the Hyatt Westlake Plaza, 880 S. Westlake Blvd., Westlake Village. The dinner will pay tribute to the teen volunteers who helped start the program a decade ago. The program has […]

Calabasas homecoming takes to the boardwalk

. Three CHS alumni assist with planning annual dance

Last weekend, Calabasas High students took a stroll down a pseudo-Santa Monica Pier while avoiding tourists, seagulls and the lingering odor of the Pacific Ocean. The theme of this year’s Homecoming Dance on Nov. 3 was “Boardwalk” and the high school gymnasium was transformed accordingly. From the drapes, lighting, sound and video to the games and prizes, Calabasas Coyotes completed […]