2015-01-22

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Roller hockey is serious business in Calabasas



The sports leagues in our area are invaluable. They provide children with an opportunity to learn about competition, teamwork, winning and losing. Baseball, basketball, soccer and roller hockey: They all serve as proving grounds for young minds and bodies. The most important thing about these leagues is that they provide kids with many of the tools they will need when […]

Letter



In what universe do a few disgruntled adult beer league roller hockey players get to dictate the fate of a 20-year “complaint free” local institution like the TVRHL? There have been few people who have worked harder or given more of themselves to the hockey community in the area than Ned Collins. Countless kids got their first taste of the […]

Local youth engage in interesting, fun activities

Kids in the community are getting involved in charity work, science projects and pajama parties

Tall ships sail into Ventura Harbor



The tall ships, Hawaiian Chieftain and Lady Washington, are docked through Wed., Feb. 4 in front of Brophy Brothers Restaurant and Clam Bar and Milano’s Italian Restaurant in the Ventura Harbor Village. For photographers, the ships depart for Battle Sails on Jan. 24, 31 and Feb. 1 out of the Harbor at 2 p.m. and return between 4:30 to 5 […]

Soccer stars win in double overtime



Political Cartoon



Letter



I have been a resident for the last 18 years of Calabasas and a proud mom of a Tri-Valley Roller Hockey player. Our son has tried other sports and with trepidation tried roller hockey. From the very first day that he showed up, director Ned Collins welcomed him and worked with him to evolve and be the best player he […]

From trash to treasure




One man’s trash is another man’s treasure so the saying goes, but our experience donating free items through The Acorn’s classifieds has proven richer than gold. The people we’ve met and the stories they’ve shared have truly enriched our lives. It started several years ago while cleaning the garage at our home. My husband, who make no mistake is the […]

Escape to nature with One City, One Book

Westlake library offers free activities

During January and February, the City of Westlake Village, the Westlake Village Library and Friends of the Westlake Village Library are co-sponsoring the annual Westlake Village Reads, a One City, One Book program. This year’s theme is “Escape to Nature with Books!” Seven programs for residents of all ages will be presented. The program kicked off with an astronomy program […]


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