Food, wine event benefits Many Mansions

More than 30 fine restaurants and wineries represented

The third annual Conejo Valley Food and Wine Fest will take place from 3 to 7 p.m. Sun., June 30 at St. Paschal Baylon School,155 E. Janss Road, Thousand Oaks. More than 30 food and beverage establishments from across the Conejo Valley and surrounding areas will present culinary treats and Ventura County wines. Some of the establishments are Cafe Firenze, […]

Land use mistake

I have a memo for the City Council. Trying something that doesn’t work, just in case it does, is not a strategy. A developer with a tiny carrot and the threat of a stick which may not even exist, combined with bad advice from legal counsel, looks like it just might bluff them into making a lousy deal. Bank error, […]

Field day for HAMS

The Conejo Valley Amateur Radio Club, based in Thousand Oaks, will take part in the American Radio Relay League’s national 2013 Field Day exercise from 11 a.m. Sat., June 22 through 11 a.m. Sun., June 23 at Maple Elementary School, 3501 Kimber Drive, Newbury Park. Licensed amateur radio will set up and operate field radio stations to contact other hams […]

Benefit for Nobriga family

Ewing & Associates Sotheby’s International Realty office in Agoura Hills will host a silent auction and happy hour benefit for a resident and his family from 5 to 7:30 p.m. Fri., June 21 at Soetheby’s Realty Office, 29105 Canwood St., Ste. B-2B. Logan Nobriga was diagnosed with ALL leukemia in 2009. After 40 months of treatment, his cancer was in […]

A.C. Stelle students win recognition for history projects

Two A.C. Stelle Middle School students have found themselves in the spotlight for their research projects based on the theme “Turning Points in History.” Taylor Boyd and Lindsey Rosenblatt, eighth-graders at A.C. Stelle in Calabasas, created history projects that earned the girls and their school state and national attention. Taylor told the story of photographer Lewis Hine and the child […]

Monitor dyslexia the correct way

I am writing in response to your article “Parents: Be alert for signs of dyslexia.” I am pleased to see information being provided, as I agree that this problem often goes undiagnosed much of the time. Unidentified learning disabilities can lead to poor self-esteem, behavior problems, problems successfully completing school and becoming successful in the work environment. They lead to […]

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To celebrate the nation’s 237th birthday, the Reagan Library will present the following Fourth of July activities at 40 Presidential Drive, Simi Valley. 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.: Children’s crafts will include a patriotic windsock, fan and American eagle; carnival and picnic games will include sack and spinner cone races, and ring toss; and guests can mingle with Betsy Ross […]

Orthodontist elected to trustee board

Dr. Norman J. Nagel, an orthodontist with offices in Simi Valley and Thousand Oaks, has been elected by the Pacific Coast Society of Orthodontists as its representative on the American Association of Orthodontists board of trustees. Nagel attended Case Western Reserve University for his graduate and post- graduate education. He earned his DDS in 1967, and a master’s degree and […]

Oak View High grads accomplish their goals

Oak View High School seniors stood tall last week as they celebrated their graduation, which at some point in their high school careers may have seemed unattainable. The 13 students were recognized for their growth, tenacity and ability to overcome challenges during a graduation ceremony at the Oak Park Community Center on June 14. Principal Lou Tabone, whose retirement was […]