2014-08-28 E-Edition

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Boys & Girls Clubs hosts track meet and fall sports leagues for kids

The Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Conejo Valley will host thise upcoming events. Registration is underway for the Fall Co- Ed Jr. NBA Basketball League in Thousand Oaks and Sunday Soccer League in Agoura Hills. The basketball league is open to ages 3 to 14. The eight-week session runs from Sun., Sept. 28 through Sun., Nov. 23 at Los […]

WHS student maps remote schools in India for Google

Children shouldn’t be penalized because of where they were born. That’s the philosophy that keeps 16-year-old Sumant Iyer of Thousand Oaks active in an educational nonprofit organization focused on schooling kids who live in remote tribal villages throughout India, Nepal and Sri Lanka. Sumant first became involved with The Ekal Vidyalaya Foundation (www.ekal.org) when he was in elementary school by […]

Trojans close out the summer with a win

Childhood cancer gets run for the money

Fundraiser will have races, food trucks and vendors

Shred Kids’ Cancer will host Rock The Run Volume III 10K, 5K and Kids’ 1K Fun Run on Sun., Sept. 21 in Thousand Oaks for runners and walkers of all ages. Packet pick-up and race-day registration will begin at 6:30 a.m., followed by the 8 a.m. starts of the 10K and 5K races at Westlake Office Park, 340 N. Westlake […]

Old Glory travels from D.C. to Valley

Visitors from the wild

As a reminder to all, we live among the animals, and we have moved into their home. In the last six months or so we have relocated several animals from our Liberty Canyon neighborhood in Agoura Hills, and saw lots more. Six months ago our neighbor found a small rattlesnake. My son Sam and I got it into a storage […]

CHS musicians hit the road

Calabasas High School will host the third annual Music Fun Run to support student music education on Sun., Sept. 14 at the school, 22855 W. Mulholland Hwy. The community event will have 10K and 5K races as well as a Kids Dash for adults/students/ kids along supervised courses set up on the school campus and continuing into neighboring areas. Registration […]

Successful young women

‘Magnificent voices’ in pioneering musical

When the musical “ Rent” made its debut on Broadway in 1996, its storyline—which dealt with AIDS, drug abuse, transvestism and gay relationships— attracted much controversy throughout the theater world. Today, those subjects have become commonplace in musicals, which only reinforces Jonathan Larson’s work as one of the most groundbreaking, revolutionary shows of the past 20 years. YA4Ever, the alumni […]