2014-07-10

Sheriff’s department sued in Calabasas cycling death




The family of former Napster executive Milton Olin Jr.—a cyclist who was struck and killed by a Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department patrol car on Mulholland Highway in Calabasas on Dec. 8, 2013—has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department. During a press conference Wednesday, family attorney Bruce Broillet said a deputy’s negligence caused the tragedy […]

Lake Sherwood hit by fire again



At the Library



The Agoura Hills Library will offer the following activities at 29901 Ladyface Court. Books for the book clubs are available at the circulation desk. For more information, call (818) 889-2278 or visit www.colapublib.org/libs/agourahills. Kids from preschool to sixth grade can earn a reward for every four hours of reading. Teens in grades six to 12 can also receive a reward […]

Colorful parrots still roam neighborhood



FEATHERED FRIEND —Black-hooded parakeets, one of 13 species of parrots that have naturalized in California, can be spotted in Malibu Creek State Park and other areas such as Latigo Canyon. Lori Duffant recently saw this parrot in her Old Agoura backyard. Green parrots werefirst sighted locally 50 years ago.

Bicyclists and motorists can live in peace

editorial

Bicycling— inspired by the Amgen races and the sport’s promise of healthy benefits— is more popular than ever on local streets and mountain roads. But as roads become more crowded, man-versus-machine encounters invariably occur. To keep it safe, pedestrians and cyclists need to understand their special responsibilities in traffic. In today’s page one story, me meet retired pro cyclist Dave […]

Teachers’ legacy honors peer and reporter




Awards in the name of Sandi Pope and Roberta Consani—two longtime teachers and educational advocates who have retired—were delivered June 4 by the Las Virgenes Educators Association. The association created the Roberta Consani Distinguished Service Award and the Sandi Pope Friend of Education Award last year to honor two women who dedicated their professional lives to students, teachers and education. […]

Pooch parade



The 17th annual Pooch Parade Dog Walk and Pet Expo will be from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sun., July 20 at San Buenaventura State Beach Park, 901 San Pedro St., Ventura. The theme this year is “Celebration of Progress. . . . Look how far Ventura County has come!” The Pooch Parade draws around 2,000 people and their pets […]

Protect those Westlake trees



I read with dismay about the plans to remove many pine trees that are in the parkway on the south side of Triunfo Canyon Road. The only stated justification is that these trees are starting to impact the view of the lake for a handful of residents. This is insufficient reason to remove healthy, mature trees, and these few homeowners […]

Elvis alive and well in Agoura Hills



CAN’T HELP FALLING IN LOVE—An Elvis sighting is reported at Chumash Park as impersonator Raymond Michael entertains the crowd with his singing and antics during the city’s Concert in the Park on July 6. Above, he serenades Pat Schwandt of Agoura Hills. The next event in the concert series will feature the Conejo Valley Community Concert and Jazz Band on […]

Musical portrays the frolicking 1950s




“ The Marvelous Wonderettes” has only been around since 1999, but it seems like longer than that. After making its debut in Milwaukee, it piddled around the country until 2008, when it finally reached Off-Broadway’s Westside Theatre, where it ran for over a year. Since then, it has become as ingrained in regional and community theater as its cousin, “Forever […]


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