2014-03-13 E-Edition

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Vandals deliver a blow to Oak Park

Vandals destroyed 11 mailboxes during a March 1 crime spree in Oak Park. Some of the mailboxes and their supporting posts were completely knocked over while others were dented, the Ventura County Sheriff’s Office reported. Sgt. Eric Buschow of the department said an Oak Park resident called the East County Sheriff’s Station at 9:10 p.m. when he heard banging outside […]

On a winning streak

Humor helps with healing

Auditions for steampunk ‘Macbeth’

The City of Agoura Hills Department of Community Services and Curtain Call Youth Theater will have auditions on Sat., March 15 for a teen production. Agoura Hills Recreation supervisor Nick Newkirk called the show, which has a steampunk twist, an “almost all-female version of William Shakespeare’s ‘Macbeth,’” Steampunk is a subgenre of science fiction set in a world inspired by […]

OPHS student wins leadership award

HONORED— Devika Chandramohan, left, an Oak Park High School junior, received the Jamie Harder Female Youth Leader of the Year Award at the Global Leadership Connection at UCLA on Feb. 26. With her is Carole Harder, president of Carole Harder and Company, an event supporter. The prize included a $ 500 college scholarship and an all-expense paid trip to Washington, […]

Residents want limited growth

Calabasas residents worried about too much development made themselves heard at a recent city planning commission meeting. Among the items on the commission’s agenda were two annexation proposals and suggestions for revisions in the building code. No decisions were made during the Feb. 20 meeting. Maureen Tamuri, community development director, said nothing will be finalized without thorough review by city […]

Clippers over Nets

Pilates studio opens in Thousand Oaks

Special introductory rate for new clients

Recently opened in the Thousand Oaks area close to the 101 Freeway and The Oaks mall, Fountain of Youth Pilates offers body conditioning and healing. Owner Jillian Dijak believes in doing Pilates to keep strong and flexible, both for fitness and rehabilitation. She began her career as a ballet dancer and discovered the healing benefits of Pilates after getting injured. […]

Malibu theater offers acting classes

Conservatory ANNEX will present the following classes at 29243 PCH, Malibu, on the Malibu Playhouse theater campus. Improv: noon to 2 p.m. Sundays for six weeks starting March 23. An improv master from Second City will teach the essential tools of improvisation. Singing-Musical Theater Performance for Young Adults: 3 to 5 p.m. Saturdays for six weeks starting March 29. Ages […]