2015-04-16

Enchanted Bollywood evening




The local Indian community invites the public to attend an evening of Bollywood music and traditional Indian food. The event titled “An Evening with Ekal,” will take place April 19 at Calabasas High School Performing Arts and Education Center. This will be the second annual fundraiser for Ekal Vidyalaya, an organization that establishes schools in the remote villages of India, […]

Honors to retiring sheriff’s deputy



Calabasas officials recently recognized retiring Sgt. Philip Brooks for his 32 years of service with the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department. Brooks began his career in 1983, working at the Men’s Central Jail for three years. He then transferred to patrol assignments at the Lenox, Alta Dena and Placentia valley sheriff’s stations. Upon being promoted to sergeant in 1997, Brooks […]

Meet me at the Fair



Vacation Bible School offers games, treats, songs and stories



Living Oaks Church will host its summer Everest Vacation Bible School for kids from June 15 to 19 at the church, 1033 Business Circle, Newbury Park. Kids, ages 4 to fourth-graders this fall, will take part in Biblelearning activities, sing songs, play teamwork-building games, make and eat treats, experience Bible adventures, collect Bible Memory Buddies to remind them of God’s […]

Agoura seniors win awards through career tech program




Agoura High School seniors Ava Ticotin and Katie Pirzadeh have a passion for the arts that they were able to pursue through the school district’s Career Technical Education program. The career tech program, also called ROP (Regional Occupational Program), differs from traditional academic coursework. The program helps students learn the specific skills they’ll need for their prospective careers. During high […]

Sheriff’s Blotter



Agoura Hills A burglar stole a $15,000 Rolex watch from a home on N. Shadow Creek Drive April 5. The culprit entered through an unlocked back door, ransacking closets and taking other jewelry items. A man broke into Yamato restaurant in the 28700 block of Roadside Drive April 4. The culprit is seen on surveillance video walking through the restaurant […]

Hot Flashes

Remembering

In the photo below there are six little faces. All cousins, all crazy, all in for a weeklong birthday bash like none other. Why? Well, this is no ordinary stinkin’ birthday. You see, three of these little kiddos traveled all the way from Northbrook, Ill., to honor their father, who would have been 39 on March 30. Sadly, their dad […]

Simi Valley Hospital’s hybrid catheterization lab is licensed



Simi Valley Hospital recently announced that it has been granted state licensing as a fully functional catheterization lab, receiving approval from the California Department of Public Health on March 9. The hospital has always had cardiac physicians on medical staff, but with the new cath lab they can treat patients at the hospital. The cardiac cath lab is the first-ever […]

High School Hi Lights



Agoura Chargers Fri., April 17: Faculty ComedySportz/G building/3 to 6 p.m. Sat., April 18: Grad Nite garage sale/7 a.m. to 2 p.m. Mon., April 20: Senior informational meeting/PAEC/10:45 to 11:45 a.m. Wed. and Thurs., April 22 and 23: Every 15 Minutes Calabasas Coyotes Fri., April 17: Cheer packets due National Honor Society/lecture hall/11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. ComedySportz/performing arts education […]

If you love Mom, then it’s time to Draw Mom



If Mom had an actual hat for each role she played and wore every single one at the same time, she’d probably have a stack as tall as a skyscraper on top of her head. OK fine, maybe not that tall. But it would surely test Mom’s balance. It’s a good thing she’s an expert. Defining a mother’s role in […]


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