2015-01-22 E-Edition

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Gloria Glasser, our Lucy Ricardo

I have to write to tell you I love Gloria Glasser’s nature and pet columns with her escapades in the wild. She is the Lucy Ricardo of the nature world. What will happen to her next? She’s got some ’splainin’ to do always. Bless her heart for getting out there and telling it like it is. Maybe get her a […]

CTV host creates a buzz

Show highlights events, people in and around Calabasas

Calabasas TV audiences know Laura Nickerson for her energetic style, good timing and sense of humor. Whether she’s demonstrating her bravado opposite Olympic boxer Audley Harrison, paddling in the sludge at the Salvation Army Mud Run, or dodging licks from a canine admirer, Nickerson brings her brand of theatrical flair to the popular CTV show, “The Buzz.” The weekly program […]

A challenge is met

The speaker approached the podium at the Civic Arts Plaza last week and talked for just over half a minute. But rather than feeling cheated, audience members stood and cheered when former Arizona Rep. Gabrielle Giffords had finished. Giffords is making the rounds on a national speaking tour with her husband, former astronaut and space shuttle commander Mark Kelly. “I […]

Pet of the week

Rah, rah! Cheerleading clinic at CHS

Calabasas Cheer will host a cheerleading clinic for ages 5 to 14 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sat., Jan. 31 in the Calabasas High School multipurpose room, 22855 W. Mulholland Hwy. Participants will learn a cheer/dance routine they will perform at the Calabasas Cheer Showcase on Sat., Feb. 7. The fee of $75 includes a Coyote Pup T-shirt, snack […]

Reaction to the mountain lion

Thank you so much for your recent editorial on the importance of our wildlife. Many still do not realize the significance of our region, which boasts a national park, magnificent mountains, scenic seashores and wildlife. Open space is as much endangered as the wildlife that uses it. The Coalition to Save Chesebro Meadow Wildlife Corridor is supported now not only […]

Comfort & love

Flying Squirrel

Time to travel

If you’ve been watching TV recently—playoff football, your favorite dramas or reality shows—you may have seen a TV ad or two (or more) from travel industry companies like cruise lines, all-inclusives and places like the Caribbean and Europe. Yes, January begins a busy season in the travel industry, during which a substantial number of the year’s travel plans are made. […]

Would you believe—Agent 86 is back

During the 1960s, if you said “Missed it by that much!” or “Would you believe…?” or if you mentioned a shoe phone, everybody would know you were referring to “Get Smart,” one of the most successful sitcoms of the decade. With the success of James Bond films, television shows about secret agents, such as “The Man From U.N.C.L.E.” and “The […]