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Democrat Matt Dababneh scored a narrow victory in the Nov. 19 special election to fill the Assembly seat that serves Calabasas, Hidden Hills and the Ventura County community of Bell Canyon. Last November, Democrat Bob Blumenfield of Woodland Hills won the newly configured California 45th Assembly District, defeating Chris Kolski. But Blumenfield also won the March 2013 election for Los […]
Holidays on parade Thanksgiving Day is the traditional kickoff to the holiday shopping season—at least that’s what the folks at retail giant Macy’s say. The Macy’s Thanksgiving Day parade in New York City is in its 87th year. Begun in 1924 by a group of store employees, the event, which went on hiatus during World War II, has grown like […]
The Sagebrush Cantina will host a Princess Ball for mothers and children in support of The Talbert Family Foundation from noon to 2 p.m. Sat., Dec. 7 at 23527 Calabasas Road, Calabasas. The event will feature a three-course lunch including wine for moms and sparkling cider or hot chocolate for children. A surprise princess will also make an appearance. A […]
Popular hamburger fast food chain In-N-Out Burger filed an application to build a drive-thru restaurant at the Shoppes at Westlake Village shopping center on Russell Ranch Road. The application is scheduled for discussion at a public hearing at the City Council meeting at 6:30 p.m. Wed., Dec. 11 in the council chambers, 31200 Oak Crest Drive. In-N-Out Burger is proposing […]
AUTUMN SHOWCASE—At top, Agoura High School Mixed Choir II sings during the Agoura High School Fall Music Concert on Nov. 21. Above, Robert Hackett directs the AHS Orchestra I. The school’s Mixed Choir I, Madrigals singers, Orchestra I and II, Wind Ensemble I and II as well as an Honors group, also performed at the concert last week.
Volunteering affords abundant returns for both the recipients and beneficiaries, said Karen Eckhardt and Mark McAlister of the Cancer Support Community during a recent Calabasas Chamber of Commerce luncheon titled “The Art of Volunteering.” “To me it’s very simple: It’s a human connection and it makes me feel good and worthwhile,” said Eckhardt, vice president of communications and development for […]