2013-10-31 E-Edition

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City Council candidates strong in Agoura

The local election for Agoura Hills City Council is too important to sit back and not vote on Tues., Nov. 5. One of the most qualified, experienced and knowledgeable incumbents running for reelection is Councilmember Harry Schwarz. I’ve lived in Agoura Hills for 34 years and am a member on the City Architectural Review Panel. The present members of the […]

Senior Concerns seminar

Senior Concerns will present a free program titled “Having the Talk with Aging Loved Ones” from 4:30 to 6 p.m. Tues., Nov. 5 at 401 Hodencamp Road, Thousand Oaks. As part of its Caregiver University series, this seminar will be presented by Esther C. Bleuel from Tough Talk Couch and Andrea Gallagher, president of Senior Concerns. The seminar will provide […]

At the library

The Calabasas Library will offer the following activities at 200 Civic Center Way. Sat., Nov. 2 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., readers in grades K-3 can read to a dog for 15 minutes in the children’s reading room. Reservations will begin at 11 a.m. Sat., Nov. 2 from 1 to 3 p.m., the Love to Learn Tutoring Program will […]

Eatery offers fish with a twist

Normally, an “F” is a bad thing. However, Annie Choi couldn’t wait to have fish, family and friends in the same place. As the proprietor of Kyoto Sushi in Ventura for seven years, Choi had plenty of fish. What she didn’t have were the people with whom she most enjoyed sharing her meals. “My mom wanted to move closer to […]

NBA Finals forum: Who’ll be dunking in June?

Illustrious basketball gurus Gilberto Manzano and Eliav Appelbaum take debate to hardwood

Perfect timing, Chicago Bears. Jay Cutler is nursing another injury around Halloween, and the Bears are gearing up for their annual dive in the second half of the NFL season. That can only mean one thing: The NBA is back, baby! It’s that time of year when Acorn sports editor Eliav Appelbaum stops chomping on celery sticks while watching Bears […]

New faces on school board, Westlake City Council

The Las Virgenes Unified School District will have two new members on its board of education. Incumbent Lesli Stein was the top vote-getter with 25 percent followed by Angela Cutbill with 22 percent and Mary Jo Ammon with 19 percent. But the outcome isn’t official until the Westlake Village votes are included in the final tally. The city counts its […]

Qualified folks running in Westlake Village

In the many years that Brad Halpern has been president of the First Neighborhood Property Owners Association board of directors, he has been responsive and caring in maintaining the beauty and well-being of this neighborhood. Brad’s strong work ethic, First Neighborhood leadership and care for the community will be valued additions to the Westlake Village City Council. Brad cherishes Westlake […]

Program provides disability safety net

If you are disabled and no longer able to work, you should learn how Social Security can help. Disability is something most people do not like to think about; however, the unfortunate reality is this: The chances that you will become disabled are probably far greater than you realize. Studies show that a 20-year-old worker has a more than one […]

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