Cal Lutheran students present ‘Walk Through Time’ art exhibit

California Lutheran University students will curate an art exhibit titled “Walk Through Time,” which will run from May 28 through July 30 on campus in the William Rolland Gallery of Fine Art at 160 Overton Court, Thousand Oaks. A reception will take place from 6 to 8 p.m. Sat., June 6. Admission is free. The exhibit explores the evolution of […]

Daughter they loved

A year after 19-year-old Veronika Weiss was killed in a shooting rampage in Isla Vista, her family and friends still feel her presence. Bob Weiss said that his wife, Colleen, and their only daughter loved to shop together at Nordstrom. Recently the mother was there alone. “She was feeling a little down because Veronika wasn’t there, who always went shopping […]

Estate Diamond is robbed

Armed intruders make getaway

Two armed robbers held employees at gunpoint and stole an estimated $700,000 worth of jewelry and watches from Estate Diamond Exchange on Kanan Road May 13. According to a sheriff’s report, two black men entered the jewelry store and threatened the employees with semi-automatic handguns. The robbers held the workers hostage as they took merchandise from display cases in the […]

The OTHER Side of 50

Identity theft hits home

Who would have thought my parents would become the victims of identity theft? Not long ago, my parents received a letter from the FBI informing them their Medicare Advantage Plan insurance company had been hacked, and names, Social Security numbers and other personal information had been compromised. I was so skeptical of this letter that I asked Judy Christman Yates, […]

Landscape renovation at Lakeview Center

Residents concerned about trees being removed around the perimeter of Lakeview Corporate Center in recent weeks should know that none of the trees are protected under city law and all have been deemed unhealthy, an official with the City of Thousand Oaks has told the Acorn. A landscaping renovation underway at the center will remove 57 unhealthy trees—none of them […]

New inductees for Educators’ Hall of Fame

The Ventura County Educators’ Hall of Fame will hold the annual Induction Dinner on Sat., June 6 at the FourPoints By Sheraton in Ventura. Two Hollywood celebrities will be in attendance: Blanca Blanco, the keynote speaker, and two-time Oscar nominee John Savage. Six educators from throughout Ventura County will be inducted into the Hall of Fame: Cecilia Coe of Simi […]

Vehicle smashes business, another hits a home

A woman drove her car through the entrance of the Agoura Antique Mart May 12, and destroyed approximately $30,000 worth of antiques, including pricey furniture, crystal and other merchandise. The 81-year-old driver, a resident of Thousand Oaks, was not injured, authorities said. Her name was not released. Employee Erika Nicholson said three rooms of antiques were damaged when the woman […]

The voices of meningitis speak out at CHS

Lucy Hale, an actress, singer and star of ABC Family’s “Pretty Little Liars,” joined Calabasas High School’s Unstrumental, an a cappella singing group, at the school on Monday to talk about meningococcal vaccines with students. Unstrumental recently became a finalist in a Voices of Meningitis competition that challenged high school singing groups to perform a medley of inspirational songs to […]

Boys Team Charity Inc. Conejo Valley graduating seniors

Boys Team Charity, Inc. Conejo Valley League was formed in 2011 to give boys and their parents the opportunity to assist the community through team and individual projects. The focus of the organization is growing, learning and giving back to the community together.The Boys Team Charity Conejo Valley League members live in Agoura Hills, Westlake Village, Newbury Park andThousand Oaks. […]

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