2013-09-19

Week 2 scores



• Oak Park 34Simi Valley 33• Royal 48Calabasas 14• Viewpoint 56Hueneme 7• Newbury Park 24Agoura 20• Oaks Christian 49Venice 39

Sheriff’s Blotter



Agoura Hills A thief stole a $200 bicycle from the side of a building on Canwood Street Sept. 5. A vandal caused $ 1,200 in damage knocking down a mailbox on Fountainwood Street Sept. 4. Someone caused $250 in damage to a car parked by Agoura High School Aug. 27. Calabasas A person on Park Allegra reported that someone stole […]

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Hot Flashes



Me and my flab Why is life so relentlessly unfair? Consider the scorecard. On the “go get ’em, old poops” side, Grumps and I deserve a gold star. Well, an old star. We lift the burden of our healthcare system by eating reams of unidentifiable green things and running our gimpy keisters from Camarillo to Calabasas (and getting nowhere, by […]

Student film earns spot at festival in North Hollywood




Unlike the morose character in his aptly named flick, “That Guy,” Sam Gunn is a gregarious 16-year-old Oak Park High School junior. His short film will debut in this year’s International Student Film Festival Hollywood at the Beverly Garland Theater in North Hollywood on Oct. 26 and 27. The festival acceptance is a coup for the aspiring movie director, who […]

Chargers still in charge




The Agoura High boys’ water polo team rules the pool. “Agoura is the heavy odds-on favorite to win again,” Royal head coach Steve Snyder said. “There’s no debating that. The real battle is for second place.” The Chargers are also favorites to capture a fourth straight CIFSouthern Section championship. Royal, Westlake and Thousand Oaks will duke it out for second […]

Water tank issue revisted



The Las Virgenes Municipal Water District is sending mixed signals to the public regarding the new water storage tank it wants to build in Westlake Village. Amid growing doubt that a new tank is needed, LVMWD is asking the public to submit alternative ideas on how water can be delivered to the western part of the district during an emergency. […]

Wowing the world with magic




Move over David Copperfield, Criss Angel and all you other brain-teasing magicians. Jason Latimer is ready to bend some light, shape water, walk through solid objects—and blow some minds. The 32-year-old Latimer, an Agoura High School graduate, will perform at Club Nokia in Los Angeles on Sept. 25. He plans to showcase 8 tons of his specially designed magic tricks, […]

A quilter’s showcase



Conejo Valley Quilters will present “ A Gathering Under the Oaks—A Quilter’s Showcase” on Sat. and Sun., Sept. 21 and 22 at California Lutheran University’s Gilbert Sports Arena, 60 W. O l – sen Road, Thousand Oaks. The show will feature traditional and modern quilts made by beginner to master quilters. The exhibits include a new one this year of […]

Meet NFL stars Monday



The community is invited to meet local professional football stars along with the 2013 Calabasas High School football team at the Monday Night Football at 5 p.m. Mon., Sept. 23 at King’s Fish House at The Commons at Calabasas, 4798 Commons Way. Calabasas Mayor Fred Gaines and Calabasas resident Marnie Schneider, formerly of NFL Films, are the event hosts. Attendees […]