2013-07-04 E-Edition

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Calabasas clarifies park use

The Calabasas Parks, Recreation and Education Commission discussed charging a separate fee to nonresidents who take part in the city’s park and recreation programs. But the fee won’t be charged if the programs take place at parks that were previously financed with Los Angeles County funds. Gates Canyon, Grape Arbor, DeAnza and Freedom Park, and the Calabasas Tennis and Swim […]

At the Library

The following free activities will be offered throughout July at the Agoura Hills Library, a branch of Los Angeles Public Library, at 29901 Ladyface Court. The Summer Reading Program is underway for kids of all ages. All programs are at 3:30 p.m. Richard Woloski will be back with “Lego Madness” on Tues., July 9. Kids can make their own Lego […]

Local stylist lays it on thick

Commentary Hair trends

Choppy chin- and shouldergrazing hair showed up on the runways from New York to Milan for the summer season. Whether fine, thin, limp, or wavy, today’s hair has an effortless, relaxed appeal, local stylist Judaysia says. “Wearable” was the word that rang out across the lips of the fashionistas. The i-mob chopped their hair into effortless bliss with the new […]

Davis offers private lessons

Mark Davis, a Thousand Oaks resident who has been a baseball coach for more than 20 years, is offering one-onone baseball lessons. For more information, call Davis at (805) 497-0178.

Boating accidents at risk on July 4

The California Department of Boating and Waterways reminds boaters to use caution on the water this Fourth of July. DBW’s boating accident data shows that more boating accidents occur during this holiday than any other. Waterways are crowded and people boat in groups or with many people aboard their vessels. Distractions are numerous. “Operator inattention is the number one cause […]

Time to lay down arms in Old Agoura

“A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush” is an apt saying for the City of Agoura Hills and what it finally gained from its 71-acre land purchase near Old Agoura, a site formally known as the Heschel School property. The city bought the land once slated for a school at a 2010 foreclosure sale for just […]

Kevin Lukes memorial golf tourney tees off

Event to benefit scholarship fund

Channel Cities will host the fourth annual Kevin Lukes Memorial Golf Tournament on Fri., July 12 at Los Robles Golf Course, 299 S. Moorpark Road, Thousand Oaks. Check in will be at 11 a.m., followed by a putting contest and lunch, and the tee-off at 1 p.m. The event will conclude with a banquet, awards, raffles and a silent auction. […]

Eye On Local Area Stocks

Coyotes hire track coach

Reed Vertelney has been hired as head coach for the Calabasas High boys’ and girls’ cross country and track and field teams. Patrick Connelly is Vertelney’s new top assistant coach. Vertelney, a distance assistant for CHS track this spring, has been a very active instructor and familiar face to the local running community. He has been cross country head coach […]