2015-06-04 E-Edition

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Salon named top business

The Calabasas Chamber of Commerce announced that Salon Nuuvo and its founder, Raychel Harrison, have been chosen as Business of the Year. Each year, the United Chambers of Commerce and its member Chambers choose a local Business of the Year to be honored at an areawide awards ceremony. Harrison oversees the day-to-day operations of the salon, located in the Calabasas […]

Future bright for Viewpoint valedictorian

“The future will inevitablycome, so it is foolish to rushthrough the present and potentially miss memorable experiences.”— Dina Hamer, valedictorian,Viewpoint School A student-athlete who made time to help others in the community, Dina Hamer, 18, is one of 109 seniors who will celebrate a rite of passage at the Viewpoint School commencement ceremony in Calabasas on June 6. Reminiscing about […]

Benefit luncheon honors actress and reality show star

The Associates for Breast and Prostate Cancer Studies, also known as the ABCs, hosted a Mother’s Day Luncheon on May 6 at the Four Seasons Hotel in Beverly Hills. The event benefitted breast and prostate cancer research at Providence Saint John’s Health Center in Santa Monica. Hidden Hills resident Gloria Gebbia, ABCs president, spoke at the event and introduced Beverly […]

Leaving the light off for the finch family

A defunct outdoor lighting fixture may pose a nuisance to a human, but to another species it may provide an invaluable service. There was no protective covering around the rather outdated fixture’s light bulb. It shone naked to the elements and vulnerable to a gardener on a ladder trying to stake a climbing rose. One errant whap with my elbow […]

Breakdown at Tapia plant

An equipment malfunction on May 28 allowed between 500,000 to 1 million gallons of partially treated sewer water to spill into Malibu Creek near the Tapia plant in Malibu Canyon. According to the Las Virgenes Municipal Water District, there was no threat to public safety and health officials were notified, LVMWD said. Due to dry creek conditions, the spill was […]

Hazardous waste drop off for L.A. County

The free countywide household hazardous waste and ewaste Roundup Program for Los Angeles County residents will be from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sun., June 7 at the Calabasas Landfill, 5300 Lost Hills Road. Residents can discard antifreeze, unused pharmaceuticals, car batteries, used motor oil, paint, pesticides, hypodermic needles, pen needles, syringes and fluorescent light bulbs as well as electronic […]


Editor’s note: Senior standouts are selected by their respective schools and profiles are compiled from questionnaires fill out by the students. Ella Sudit Ella Sudit, 18, finishes her high school career as an allaround student who took full advantage of the programs at Viewpoint School in Calabasas. The daughter of Michal and Isaac Sudit, El la was a member of […]

Zumbathon workout benefits ALS

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