2015-01-01 E-Edition

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911 to the rescue

On Sat., Dec. 27 while waiting to place an order in Starbucks I passed out and smacked my head on the ground. When I came to I heard the voice of a very nice woman who while talking to 911 was also comforting me. I also heard the voice of a nice man who gave me a towel for my […]

Take Your Acorn on Vacation

Chinese art at CLU

The William Rolland Gallery of Fine Art at California Lutheran University will host an exhibit titled “Chinese Figurative Realism in the 21st Century” from Jan. 22 through April 9, with an artists’ reception from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Tue., Feb. 10 on the Thousand Oaks campus on the north side of Olsen Road between Campus Drive and Mountclef Boulevard. The […]

In memory of Sam Levine

We would like to express our sincere thanks to all who have donated to the Oak Park Community Fund and to the USC Memorial Fund in memory of our son, Samuel Joseph Levine, who was tragically taken from us in March 2013. The Levine Family would like to give an update on how the funds are being used. All who […]

L.A. Zoo welcomes winter babies

The L.A. Zoo is hosting a holiday light spectacular in the evenings through Jan. 4, and during the day visitors can see some new additions to the zoo’s animal lineup. Three giant otter pups, one male and two female, born Sept. 14, recently went outside for the first time with their parents to learn to swim in their new habitat […]

Local pastor to portray Jesus in New Year’s Day Rose Parade

A local pastor is trying his best to portray Jesus accurately in today’s New Year’s Day Rose Parade in Pasadena. Pastor Matthew Nolte of St. Paul Lutheran Church in Agoura Hills has been growing out his naturally dark beard and sideburns for several months in preparation for his role as Jesus on the Lutheran Hour float in the parade. The […]

The year we turned 40

Pet of the week

Jewish students advocate for social justice

Rabbi Julia Weisz of Congregation Or Ami in Calabasas accompanied three 10th-graders from the synagogue to a social justice seminar in Washington D.C., organized by the Religious Action Center. Approximately 350 teens from across the country attended. During the long weekend the Or Ami teens— Lisa Friedman and Dawson Litt of Calabasas and Chase Rocker of Woodland Hills—attended informational sessions […]

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