2013-08-22 E-Edition

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School traffic in Old Agoura

Well, it’s almost that time of the year. Parents of students at Agoura High who suffer 30 minutes or more in the morning and 30 minutes or more in the afternoon driving from the high school to the stop sign at Chesbro and Driver, take note: Call this number: (818) 878- 1808. It is the sheriff’s department in Agoura Hills. […]

Celebrity book signing in Agoura

Not your ordinary housecat

Was it a bobcat or a lynx?

The clamor of the crows made us look up and across Westlake Lake from where we were standing. It was just before 5 p.m. Sun., Aug. 4, so with full daylight it was easy to see the big cat, except when it stepped into shadowed areas. My husband tried to take a picture with his cellphone while I ran for […]

The Art of Being

“When we are out of balance in one area of our lives, it shows up in other areas of our lives, too. We might not recognize it, or understand that the two things are related, but one thing affects the other nonetheless. We might attempt to ‘fix’ the second thing, but if we don’t fix the first thing, the thing […]

Fun day at Westlake Lake

We just want to thank Bud Fish and his crew from WLMA for an amazing day of fishing and learning at Kids Day at the Docks Sat., Aug. 17. Your hospitality was over the top and fun was had by all. This annual event just reinforces what a wonderful community we have here in Westlake Village. Thanks again and we […]

Farmers market teaches kids about good nutrition

As summer winds down, school will soon be back in session and the Ventura County Certifi ed Farmers’ Market Association is providing an opportunity to educate kids on the importance of healthy eating through its Back to School program. The market encourages parents to involve kids in the shopping experience and get children excited about making healthy choices. According to […]

Celebrity game a victory over bullying

Rock Life, an anti-bullying program at the Agoura Hills/ Calabasas Community Center, is hosting a celebrity basketball game Sat., Sept. 7 to raise awareness for its cause. Rock Life co-founder Mitch Richmond, a six- time NBA All-Star, Rookie of the Year and Olympic gold medalist, will lead the team. The community is invited to attend the event, which starts at […]

Film explores effects of homelessness

The impact of homelessness on children will be explored from 7 to 8 p.m. Thurs., Sept. 5 at Lifetree Cafe, 71 Loma Drive, Camarillo. The program, titled “Children With No Place to Call Home: Helping Kids in Crisis,” features a filmed visit with homeless children and their parents, as well as with agency workers who assist homeless children. Admission is […]

Oak Park man who died from overdose was loved by friends and family

Leeor Zakay, a 24-year-old Oak Park man, died from what’s being described as an accidental drug overdose at his home on Aug. 10. Zakay was found by his father, Aviv Zakay, sitting unconscious in his car at the family’s home on the morning of Aug. 8, according to reports from those who knew him. Paramedics rushed the younger Zakay to […]