2015-02-19 E-Edition

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Council debates new rec center fees

Security deposit weighed against cost to rent

Residents who want to use the event center at the new Agoura Hills recreation area will have to pay a security deposit in addition to a rental fee. But as long as they leave the space in good condition, they should get their deposit back, city officials say. At a meeting Jan. 14, the Agoura Hills City Council debated how […]

Art is for everyone

High School Hi Lights

Agoura Chargers Fri., Feb. 20: Film festival/performing arts education center/7 p.m. Sat., Feb. 21: “Fairly OddParents” live performance/performing arts education center/11 a.m. to 2 p.m. SAT course/1:30 to 5:30 p.m. Celebrity music concert and gala/black box and performing arts education center/5 p.m. Sun., Feb. 22: SAT course/1:30 to 4:30 p.m. Thurs., Feb. 26: Capture the flag/3:30 to 6:30 p.m. Calabasas […]

‘A real mensch’

Edan Evenhaim stars on basketball court and in life for New Community Jewish High

Edan Evenhaim is a dynamic basketball player. He slashes to the hoop, finishing layups with either hand through a cacophonous sea of flying elbows, swinging hips and fouling goons. He takes a physical beating by relentlessly attacking the basket, but taking one for the team translates to 11 free throw attempts per night; he drains 74 percent of those shots […]

Spouting off in Agoura

Historic Adamson House seeks docents

Training starts in March

The Malibu Adamson House Foundation is recruiting volunteers/ docents for training in conducting tours of the historic Adamson House and Malibu Lagoon Museum. The training will be held on Tuesday afternoons for three hours from March 17 to April 28. Additional study time will be required. Trainees hear from expert speakers on pertinent topics, learn how to conduct public tours, […]

Show adapted for young performers

“Look! Here comes the genie!” whispered a little girl in the audience, as a young Aladdin, played by ninth-grader Gabriel Vernon C. Nunag, decided to polish up a curious-looking lamp he found in a cave on the outskirts of Agrabah. The girl and her three friends were sitting in the second row of the Hillcrest Center of the Arts last […]

Gladiators conquer soccer pitch

Public works director honored

Calabasas Public Works director Robert Yalda has been using his professional expertise and team-building skills to assist the residents of the city for more than two decades. Yalda, 57, was recently named Engineer of the Year by the National Engineers Week Foundation’s Ventura and Santa Barbara counties chapter. He was nominated by the American Public Works Association’s Ventura County Chapter. […]