2013-01-23

Hoops team enjoys the holidays



Likes Calabasas incumbant



Our family is grateful and fortunate we live in this beautiful place called Calabasas. We love driving down nicely cleaned, paved roads. We love looking at the meticulously maintained landscaping. We love that we never see graffiti and trash. We love that we have some of the best public schools in the nation. We love that we have a wonderful […]

Real estate agents support schools




The Agoura Hills Charger Club received a $4,000 check last week from Community Funding Solutions. CFS is made up of real estate agents who agree to donate a portion of their commission to a charity of the buyer’s or seller’s choice. The check was presented by Dave McLaughlin of the McLaughlin Group at the Keller Williams Realty Westlake Village office […]

Pet of the Week



Eye On Local Area Stocks



Tornados devastate competition



Fight puppy mills



Thank you for the informational article written by Sylvie Belmond last week on puppy mills. People need to wake up and realize that the cute puppy in the window of a mall store comes from a puppy mill. These puppy stores have papers, but records can and are created and falsified. Being “ registered” means nothing more than the parents […]

Annette Cook



A nnette Leslie (Seifert) Cook, age 48, of Malibu, California died Saturday, December 29, 2012 after a courageous battle with cancer. She married Stanley William Cook on Saturday, September 27, 1997 in Los Angeles, California and was the mother of three sons, Grayson William (14), Chase Clayton (13) and Preston Thomas (8). Annette was born in Sheboygan, Wisconsin on April […]

Kids take conservatory center stage




Stephanie Wilson, the founder of Gold Coast Theatre Conservatory, often gets emotional when she sees her young pupils perform. “Last semester I had a student who was really shy. But we gave her a monologue from (David Garrick’s ‘The Lying Valet’) and she did it with such passion, I was crying,” Wilson said. “It wasn’t because she’s Meryl Streep. It’s […]

Students create historical quilt




California history came alive for students at Mariposa School of Global Learning in Agoura Hills when fifth-grade students created a quilt that documents the history of the city. The students and teacher Sharon Fliegelman presented the quilt to Agoura Hills Mayor Denis Weber at an assembly on Jan. 18. The quilt will be hung at the historic Reyes Adobe rancho […]


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