2012-11-15 E-Edition

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Calabasas incumbents want back on council

With the contentious November election barely over, the City of Calabasas is gearing up for a new round of political sparring. The 2013 municipal election to fill three seats on the Calabasas City Council will take place Tues., March 5. The candidate filing period to appear on the ballot started Nov. 13 and ends Dec. 7. Mayor Mary Sue Maurer […]

Right vs. left

Regarding John Sununu’s bigoted comment that Colin Powell only supports Barak Obama because he is black, there didn’t used to be such a thing as “a liberal Army colonel” or a “liberal general,” the military having traditionally been viewed as a conservative institution by nature. But that is just how extreme the right has become. They are brainwashed by Fox […]

NASA exhibit at Brimhall Library .

See Lunar Rocks, NASA Photos

A Lunar Days with NASA exhibit will be presented Sat. and Sun., Nov. 24 and 25 at Grant Brimhall Library, 1401 E. Janss Road, Thousand Oaks. Lunar samples and regolith will be on display at the library throughout the weekend. The display will feature moon rocks, asteroids and pictures from space Andre Diamond, a NASA/ JPL certified educator, will be […]

Trees sparkle in fundraiser

The second annual Northridge Hospital Festival of Trees celebration will run from 6 to 9 p.m. Thurs., Nov. 29 and from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Fri., Nov. 30 and Sat., Dec. 1 at Granada Hills Town Center, 18040-A Chatsworth St., Granada Hills. Guests can bid on decorated trees, wreaths, centerpieces and quilts created by local designers, businesses and volunteers. […]

Warriors complete perfect season

Cancer Support Community rolls out Fifth Annual Gingerbread House

Puppy love

Thank you to Jocelyn in Moorpark who rescued an abandoned puppy she found on her street and was kind and caring enough to try to find it a home. My friend read her email and passed it along to her many contacts. When I decided to take the puppy in, Jocelyn drove the dog from her home to mine in […]

Adobe holiday gift gallery now open for business

. Venue will be a showcase for artisans

Agoura Hills will bring a new kind of holiday shopping experience to the public this season with the Art and Gift Gallery at the Reyes Adobe Historical Site, 30400 Rainbow Crest Drive, next to Reyes Adobe Park. The gallery store in the historic barn at the site will feature handmade crafts and gifts—jewelry, scarves, aprons, bags, cards, candles, decorative items […]

Family Men

Over overthinking I even overthought the title of this story. I still think I should call it “Overthinking over” instead of “Over overthinking.” The title, “Overthinking over,” basically says that my overthinking days are over. But that title looks awkward. My title, “Over overthinking,” seems to say clear enough that I’m done with overthinking—I’m over it. However, will readers think […]