2013-02-21

Calabasas worthy of HEAL award

City applauded for tending to citizens’ well-being

The Healthy Eating Active Living Cities Campaign, a partnership of the League of California Cities and the California Center for Public Health Advocacy, has named Calabasas an Active HEAL City which has adopted and implemented policies to address the obesity epidemic and is also committed to the well-being of its residents. Kaiser-Permanente public affairs director and Calabasas resident Susan Ng […]

They walk before they run



SUN., FEB. 24



Singles Walk 9 a.m. in Wildwood Park, Thousand Oaks. Two-mile flat walk to Lizard Rock or 4.5-mile walk with loss/gain of 250 feet to Paradise Falls. Most participants are age 60 or older. Free. Contact: Bob. Phone: 805.230.2811. Old Time Fiddlers 1:30 to 4 p.m. at Oak View Community Center, 18 Valley Road, Oak View. Country western and bluegrass music. […]

FRI., MARCH 15



Camarillo Cafe 8:30 p.m. at Camarillo Community Center, 1605 E. Burnley St. Doors open 7:30 p.m. French guitarist Claude Bourbon and singer-songwriter Lily Wilson perform. Smoke- and alcohol-free coffeehouse. $10 donation. Phone: 805.907.8318. Email: WhatsHappening@ CamarilloCafe.com. Web: www.CamarilloCafe.com.

Ship carries Warriors through storm

HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS’ SOCCER PLAYOFFS Westlake 3, M.L. King 1


The rain picked up just when the Warriors got hot. Arielle Ship notched two second half goals to help catapult the Westlake High girls’ soccer team over M.L. King 3-1 on Tuesday night at home in the second round of the CIF-Southern Section Division 2 playoffs. “I was happy with the second half but not with the start,” Warriors head […]


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