2014-04-17

2014-04-17 E-Edition

Blood Moon rising



Give mom her moment



Mother’s Day is Sun., May 11, and The Acorn wants your mom to receive the recognition she deserves. In 100 words or fewer, please write and tell us about your favorite Mom Moment. Whether it’s a poignant memory, a funny incident or just a few kind words for Mom, your thoughts are important. Even if she’s passed on, we’d still […]

Business the Month



The Calabasas Chamber of Commerce congratulates Beauty Collection at the Commons at Calabasas along with store manager Kimberlee Aiello on being chosen as the Chamber’s April 2014 Business of the Month. The shop was founded by Shawn Tavakoli. With hard work and dedication, he turned a dream into success by making sure every customer left his store happier and more […]

Pet of the week



Health-conscious community likes to play it safe



FEELING FINE—Above, Christine Fryer and Rebecca Henry check the blood pressure of Westlake Village resident Gary Codon during Community Health Expo IV at the Agoura Hills/Calabasas Community Center on April 12. At right, Dr. David Biedeback, left, of the Conejo Chiropractic Relief Center chats with Dr. Sabira Saifuddin at the event that featured free health screenings, demonstrations, exhibits and presentations. […]

Agoura Hills won’t pursue Liberty Canyon annexation

Calabasas gets jump on property


Some Agoura Hills residents are objecting to the possible annexation of land near Liberty Canyon by the neighboring city City of Calabasas. The residents say the 43 acres that lie west of Agoura Road in an unincorporated area of Los Angeles County should be acquired by their city, not Calabasas. But it’s a fight that Agoura Hills officials prefer not […]

Habitat completes Oak Park renovation



A NEW LOOK—Neighbors and members of the community gather on April 12 to celebrate the completion of more than two months of renovation work on the exterior of a home in Oak Park. Ventura County Habitat for Humanity led the work. Right, Felipe Flores, Habitat’s director of community engagement and family services, provides welcoming comments. Below, Thousand Oaks resident Hunter […]

Top guns



CHS musical is frightfully good




The Calabasas High School theater arts department sets the bar high with its regular productions of Broadway musicals. In their most recent effort, Mel Brooks’ “Young Frankenstein,” the CHS students met and surpassed every expectation. The show, which was staged last week at the school’s performing arts education center, was good not only for a high school production, but it […]


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