2013-10-17

Other local football matchups



Nordhoff (6-0) at Oak Park (6-1) Outlook: The Oak Park Eagles have been waiting all season for this game. Oak Park takes on the defending CIF-Southern Section Northwest Division champion Nordhoff Rangers at home on Friday night. No. 2 Nordhoff is a juggernaut, outscoring foes 236- 45 in six comfortable wins. Oak Park is calling all the right plays on […]

Sheriff’s Blotter



Agoura Hills A burglar stole a $ 500 flatscreen television and $ 150 turntable from a home on Fountainwood Street Sept. 30. A vandal caused $ 250 in damage to the sliding glass door of a home on Colodny Drive Sept. 15. A thief stole a $9,000 wristwatch and $250 car key from a home on Hillrise Drive Sept. 3. […]

Transit workshop to show seniors how to travel by bus



The Senior Adult Master Plan transportation committee will have its final workshop of the year at 12:30 p.m. Wed., Oct. 23 at the Goebel Adult Community Center, 1385 E. Janss Road, Thousand Oaks. Attendees will learn how to get around without a vehicle. Additionally, there will be an optional bus tour. Reservations are required by calling (888) 667-7001.

Running to save lives



Fashion show supports research



The Brandeis National Committee, San Fernando Valley chapter, will present its annual Polka Dot Luncheon and Shoppers Paradise Boutique from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Mon., Oct. 21 at the Warner Center Marriott Hotel, Woodland Hills. The luncheon will begin at 12:30 p.m. Caren Holmenas Fashion Show Productions will showcase designs by Lourdes Chavez. Proceeds will support Brandeis University’s Sustain […]

Don’t look back now, Chargers are coming

Boys’ cross country team is a surprise contender for a Marmonte League title


The Chargers aren’t under the radar anymore. They have the Marmonte League’s attention. Agoura High’s boys’ cross country team made its presence felt after defeating Westlake, the defending Division 2 state champs, during the first league meet of the season in late September. The Chargers haven’t looked back since the upset victory. Agoura sports a 4-1 league record with wins […]

Liking Schwarz



As an Agoura Hills planning commissioner and long-time resident of Agoura Hills, I strongly support the re-election of Harry Schwarz to the City Council. Harry was the president of his homeowners association and a planning commissioner before being elected to the City Council. He knows the issues facing our city because he listens to the residents and he has the […]

Beach Bash pays tribute to Leo Carrillo park

Entertainment, games, competitions and a campfire celebrate the park


Leo Carrillo State Park, on the coast between Los Angeles and Ventura counties, will be the site of a 60th Birthday Beach Bash to celebrate the park, the man for whom it was named, the film industry and beach culture. The Santa Monica Mountains Natural History Association and California State Parks invite the public to attend a free party at […]

Calabasas museum seeks tour guides



The historic Leonis Adobe Museum in Calabasas is seeking energetic individuals to serve as school tour, afternoon and weekend museum guides who can share the history of the Leonis family and 1880s California ranch life with the public. Duties include conducting morning school tours for groups of children, responding to visitor questions, giving demonstrations during seasonal events as well as […]

Halloween gets heavy at Calabasas’ Sagebrush Cantina



Sagebrush Cantina will host a Heavy Metal Halloween party at 7 p.m. Thurs., Oct. 31 at 23527 Calabasas Road, Calabasas. Patrons can come in costume. There will be cash prizes of $300, $200 and $100 for best creative costumes. Performing live will be Nightmare, Acorn voted “Most Outrageousand Stage Show” for its theatrics and explosive sounds paying tribute to Alice […]