2014-05-29 E-Edition

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Candidate puts wireless issue on radar

Kevin Mottus, an environmental health advocate and clinical social worker from West L.A., said he is ready to take on big issues that affect the health and economic well-being of all Americans. Mottus, a 47-year-old Republican, is one of 18 candidates running for Congress in the 33rd District. The top two vote-getters on June 3 will go on to the […]

Honoring the life and legacy of Reagan

This year marks 25 years since President Ronald Reagan left the White House and 10 years since his death. The Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation will commemorate these anniversaries with a special program that will focus on Reagan’s legacy and impact on the country on Thurs., June 5 at the Reagan Library, 40 Presidential Drive, Simi Valley. The event will start […]

Reading the Bible cover-to-cover

Volunteers requested to assist

The Simi Hills Christadelphians will host a marathon to read through the Bible without stopping beginning at 10 a.m. Thurs., June 12 at the Christadelphian Ecclesia, 6701 Santa Susana Pass Road, Simi Valley. The Bible is comprised of 66 books with 1,189 chapters. Volunteers will gather at the chapel to read. Guests can listen in and follow along online at […]

Concert features Broadway hits

Ventura County Gilbert and Sullivan Repertoire Company will present a “Broadway Bound: Heart to Heart” concert at 4 p.m. Sun., June 8 at the Camarillo United Methodist Church, 291 Anacapa St. The concert is in conjunction with the church’s Fine Arts Program. VCGSRC founding members John and Rebecca Pillsbury, along with Gary Saxer, Isabel Galvin and Autumn Jessel will sing, […]

‘She was everybody’s daughter’

I am blessed, and I am cursed. Every day I carry the world on my shoulders as Sisyphus, and every night the rock tumbles down the mountain, into the dark sea. That weight, that rock, gets heavier after every tragedy. A Friday night of revelry turned to horror last weekend in Isla Vista. Six UC Santa Barbara students were murdered, […]

Calabasas hoping flower power wins award

Judges from the America in Bloom awards program will return to Calabasas on June 5 and 6 as the city seeks another win in the national competition for beautiful cities. This is Calabasas’ second year in the competition as one of 33 towns across America working on revitalization programs with the hopes of receiving an America in Bloom national award. […]

Battle of the corporate bands

The Battle of the Corporate Bands will start at 6 p.m. Tues., June 3 at Bogies at the Westlake Village Inn, 31943 Agoura Road. Bands are comprised of company employees. The competing bands will be Standard Deviance from Amgen, Mossquitoes from Aesthetics International and B4 of Bob Smith BMW. Round two on Tues., June 10 will have It’s About Funkin’ […]

Pet of the Week

Concert series pays tribute to great acts

The Agoura Hills Department of Community Services announced that Acorn Newspapers will be the Platinum Sponsor for the 2014 Summer Concerts in the Park series. All shows will begin at 6 p.m. Sundays at Chumash Park, 5550 Medea Valley Drive, Agoura Hills. The lineup is: June 15: Yesterday, the No. 1 Beatles tribute from Las Vegas performing Fab Four music […]