They like Shapiro for City Council

As we approach the city council election on Tues., March 5, we would like to encourage Calabasas voters to consider casting one of their very important votes for David Shapiro. We have known David Shapiro for over 15 years. Our kids grew up together and our families attended the same temple. He is a wonderful family man who has tirelessly […]

Genocide survivor to speak at CLU

A survivor of the Rwanda genocide will speak at California Lutheran University at 7:30 p.m. Fri., Jan. 25 in Samuelson Chapel at 60 W. Olsen Road, Thousand Oaks. Immacul√©e Ilibagiza will discuss the political and social factors that led up to the genocide, how she struggled to stay alive and life today. After the death of her country’s president sparked […]


High School Hi Lights

Agoura ChargersFri., Jan. 18: Final exams/Sat.,Jan. 19: Spirit team competition/gym/8 a.m.ASB winter retreat/off campusMon., Jan. 21: Holiday-no schoolTues., Jan. 22: Faculty meeting/Gbuilding/12:30 p.m.Every 15 Minutes meeting/A1/7 p.m. Calabasas CoyotesFri., Jan. 18: FinalsSophomore fundraiser/Woodland Hills ice rink Freshman shirt sales/11:30 a.m.Mon., Jan. 21: Holiday-no schoolTues., Jan. 22: Spirit Weekthrough Fri., Jan. 25Vision and hearing testingthrough Fri., Jan. 25Freshman shirt sales throughFri., […]

Elect Bozajian

I am proud to endorse the candidacy of James Bozajian for the Calabasas City Council. Although most politicians try to manipulate and sway those who disagree with them, James listens and learns from those who disagree with an unbiased heart and an open mind. He has served Calabasas with honor, grace and a keen intelligence, while earning praise and respect […]

On the Trail

A walking tour of paradise found

In recent years Nature has been running amok weather-wise. Too hot, too cold, too wet, too dry. Southern Californians had largely been spared from cold winters until the 2013 New Year flung out its welcome mat with enough icy patches on it to warrant rock salt. Now the vegetation is freezing, but there is a silver lining. Daily I stomp […]

R.A.P. session to address teen cutting

Calabasas High School will look at risky teen behavior in its first RAP (resolve and problem solve) session of 2013. At the parents-only meeting on Wed., Jan. 23, Calabasas High School psychologist Tracie Graham will address self-injury, including cutting and burning. Self-injury is when a person deliberately inflicts harm upon their body, Graham said. The act of cutting or burning […]

LVUSD schools open kindergarten registration

Registration for the August 2013 Las Virgenes Unified School District kindergarten class will take place from 9 to 11 a.m. and 1 to 3 p.m. each day beginning Wed., Feb. 6 at all nine elementary schools. Registration for students entering grades one through five will start Wed., Feb. 13. Parents who work within the boundaries of the school district are […]

Intervention key

How many of us have known a family like Adam Lanza’s, or James Holmes,’ or others that commit a preventable tragedy? How many of us have witnessed or personally experienced the lonely desperation that devours the family who tries in vain to get the needed treatment and support for their afflicted loved one? How many of us know the drama […]

Get hands-on help with genealogical research

The Jewish Genealogical Society of the Conejo Valley and Ventura County will host assisted research from 1 to 5 p.m. Sun., Feb. 10 at the Los Angeles Family History Library, 10741 Santa Monica Blvd., West Los Angeles, on grounds of the Latter-day Saints temple. Parking is free. This special program is open only to current members of JGSCV. Anyone can […]

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