2015-01-22

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Love notes



Valentine’s Day is special, and your loved one deserves to know they’re the No. 1 person in your life. This year, you can send your Valentine a message of endearment by purchasing a $10 personal Love Note that will appear in the Feb. 12 issue of The Acorn in print and online. Not to exceed 100 words, your Love Note […]

Letter



I am astounded at the nasty accusations against Ned Collins and the way he runs the Tri-Valley league. Our son has been playing roller hockey with Ned since he was 6 and he is now 14. We have had some of the best times of our lives at DeAnza Park watching the kids play roller hockey and grow up together. […]

Life in the Single Lane

That lovin’ feeling

For anyone new to this column and in case I haven’t said it before, I love being in love. I also love to love, whether it’s my mom, my close friends, my dog or just life in general—single or not. Maybe it’s because I’m a Libra and, according to astrology, we’re ruled by Venus, the goddess of love and beauty. […]

The Art of Being

The eighth wonder of the world is close by

People travel to wonder at the height of mountains, at the huge waves of the sea, at the long courses of rivers, at the vast compass of the ocean, at the circular motion of the stars; and they pass by themselves without wondering. —St. Augustine Like many others, I’ve gone to Hawaii to “get away from it all,” to seek […]

Brew pub celebrates birthday



Ladyface Ale Companie, the Conejo Valley’s first craft brewery and gastropub, celebrates its fifth anniversary in Agoura Hills Jan. 26 to 31 with a theme of “putting down roots” in the community. Founded by residents at the foot of Ladyface Mountain, the Ladyface brew pub has been serving locally hand-crafted beer and food since 2009. “We’ve worked hard to develop […]

Westlake Plaza remodel almost complete

Shoppers say the wait was worth it


The $25-million renovation of Westlake Plaza was marred by the controversial removal of scores of trees as well as revenue losses at businesses that saw fewer customers during prolonged construction. But now that the bulk of the work is over, shoppers say they’re pleased with the new look of the center at the intersection of Agoura Road and Westlake Boulevard. […]

Letter



My kid loves Ned Collins and she is loving the game of roller hockey because of his tutoring. I play in the advanced division, and if you’re looking for bloodthirsty hockey, Ned won’t have it. Safety is his priority. There are some dynamite players who can pick on his style of course, but he is consistent. To be threatened by […]

At The Library



The Agoura Hills Library at 29901 Ladyface Court will host the following free programs for the community. The Agoura Readers Book Club will discuss “Boys in the Boat” by Daniel Brown at 6:30 p.m. Tues., Jan. 27. This is the story of the nine members of the 1936 Olympic rowing team and their unexpected defeat of the German team to […]

Film on Israeli army youth



The Conejo Jewish Academy will host a premier screening of “Beneath the Helmet: From High School to the Home Front,” a new feature-length documentary film from Jerusalem University, at 7:30 p.m. Mon., Jan. 26 at Westlake Village Cinema, 4711 Lakeview Canyon Road. The film is a coming-of-age story of five young Israeli high school graduates who are drafted into the […]


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