2013-01-30 E-Edition

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Yes, we do need bicycle lanes

Responding to Charles Amman’s letter criticizing the construction of bike lanes: Are you serious? There is nothing negative about exercising, saving fossil fuels and reducing car traffic. I and a lot of my friends bike all the time and cars co-exist with us because of the great bike routes and lanes The Valley has. Bikes, by the way, have been […]

Eye on the Conejo

Upscale opportunities Conejo Valley is a great place t o live. We have excellent schools, nice neighborhoods, great parks, exceptional public services, low crime and top-notch fire and police protection. Those factors, in turn, lead to impressive demographics. For the most part, Conejo Valley residents are well-educated and make above- average incomes. The top-tier wage earners in Conejo Valley are […]

Sermon on civil rights

The Rev. Inman Moore will preach on “One Person’s Civil Rights Journey” on Sun., Feb. 3 at New Hope Lutheran Church, 29295 Agoura Road near the Kanan Road freeway exit in Agoura Hills. Services are 8:30 and 11 a.m. Signaling the start of Black History Month, Moore’s sermon will provide a window into the path toward American civil rights. One […]

Vocalist to present classical arias

Don Krim will sing arias from the baroque and classical eras at 7 p.m. Sat., Feb. 2 at St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church, One Church Road, Thousand Oaks. Flutist Nancy Marfici and pianist Eric Kinsley will provide accompaniment. Krim’s CD of Peter Lieberson’s “Rilke Songs” and Mahler’s “Rückert Lieder” titled “I am no longer of this world,” is an homage to […]

Branching out

Shapiro for Calabasas City Council

Please join me in supporting Councilmember David Shapiro for the Calabasas City Council election on March 5. David has lived in Calabasas for 19 years and he has an exemplary record of community service. David has been a passionate advocate for our city to maintain and improve our unique quality of life. In addition to David’s current responsibilities as a […]

Juried art show seeks student art

The Westlake Village Art Guild is sponsoring the 2013 Student Awards Juried Art Show, which will be on display in April at the Reyes Adobe, 30400 Rainbow Crest Drive, Agoura Hills. The show is also hosted by the Agoura Hills’ Cultural Arts Council and supported by the Rotary Club of Thousand Oaks. The show is open to all high school […]

Many options for love, friendship

Life in the Single Lane

The old saying that there are plenty of fish in the sea definitely applies to the world of singles, especially in cyberspace. A popular free website called PlentyofFish.com is proof of this. As its name implies, on POF single men and women can go “fishing” in its deep pond of personal profiles to “catch” the attention of others for potential […]

New Riviera Restaurant talk of town

The great Rivieras in France, Italy and Spain are known throughout the world for their mouth-watering cuisine. In these Mediterranean regions, gourmet cooking is a way of life; it is the raison d’être. Last year, restaurateur Anthony Nieves of Italian and Spanish lineage found an opportunity to bring his love for Old World cooking to Calabasas when he purchased the […]

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