2013-11-07

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True pioneers



The term “pioneer” frequently is used for recent arrivals who are considered to have made contributions to the community. Their contributions may be good, but these people are hardly “pioneers.” The names of the true pioneers are those shown on the 1906 Land Patent Map of the area. It was from these pioneers that I learned how and why Topanga […]

Pair crowned queens of Calabasas High




The gay rights movement in America owes a debt of thanks to Calabasas High School. This year, CHS students named a lesbian couple as homecoming queens and not the traditional king and queen combination. Greta Melendez and her partner Lily Cohen accepted the honor at the school’s homecoming game on Fri., Nov. 1. “We found out Friday night at the […]

What’s new on DVD—movies, TV




Seeing a movie in the theater these days costs more than $10, and those Internet streaming services can be balky at times. The easiest way to enjoy movies in the comfort of your home remains the DVD. Here’s what’s new for sale and rental. “The Heat” (Fox) “Bridesmaids” director Paul Feig pairs Oscar-winner Sandra Bullock with Oscar-nominee Melissa Mc- Carthy […]

Some enchanted evening in Moorpark




High Street Art Center’s production of “South Pacific” brings back a show that isn’t seen often in Ventura County, but should be. The winner of 10 Tony awards, it is probably Richard Rodgers & Oscar Hammerstein’s biggest hit, with arguably their best score. Based on “Fo’ Dolla,” a short story in James Michener’s “Tales of the South Pacific,” the musical […]

Free memory screenings offered



As part of the Alzheimer’s Foundation of America’s National Memory Screening Day, Senior Concerns will present free memory screenings from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sat., Nov. 16 at 401 Hodencamp Road, Thousand Oaks. The event will also feature Dr. Lisa Hayden and Tee Barr. Hayden, a clinical research psychologist with the Greater Los Angeles VA Healthcare System, will discuss […]

Big pension feels sacrilegious



I was appalled as I read about Bob Brooks, the ex-sheriff of our county and his lawsuit to add $75,000 to his pension, as if $283,000 is not enough. Bob Brooks was an elder at my church, Hillcrest, when I attended there. What I clearly remember is that Bob and his wife looked down on me because of my loneliness […]

Rotary Club of Calabasas honored for 25 years of service




Friendship, cultural awareness, leadership development and community involvement are some of the top reasons why people join the Rotary Club. The Rotary Club of Calabasas consisting of 30 men and women, was founded in 1988. During a City Council presentation on Oct. 23 honoring the club’s silver anniversary, Councilmember Mary Sue Maurer said that in the past 25 years, Calabasas […]

Looking for a godly path



Calendar



THURS., NOV. 7 Holiday Boutique Sale 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Goebel Adult Community Center, 1385 E. Janss Road, Thousand Oaks. Runs weekdays through Nov. 22. Handmade baby items, holiday decor, gifts, cards. Fundraiser for Conejo Senior Volunteer Program. Phone: 805.381.2744. Email: gsac@crpd.org. Web: www.crpd.org/gsac. Dance Performance 6:30 p.m. at The Canyon club, 28912 Roadside Drive, Agoura Hills. Thousand […]


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