2015-06-25

Calabasas, Agoura snag wins at tournament




When does football season start? The answer: before summer even begins. Local players and teams showed off their skills during the Conejo Classic 7-on-7 football passing tournament on June 20, a day before summer officially kicked off, at Thousand Oaks and Newbury Park high schools. Thousand Oaks obliterated Newbury Park 40-6 in the championship at TOHS, an exhibition with the […]

Coyotes and pets do not mix



As I am reading Gloria’s Glasser’s story about her encounter with a coyote in her backyard, it reminded me of last week when a coyote was near my front door around midnight, looking under the car parked there. I was at the window looking at him and making noise to scare him but he looked at me as if to […]

Program on human trafficking



The Forever Found nonprofit for the prevention, rescue and restoration of child-trafficking victims will present a free, threepart training series from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. July 8 through 15 at Orchard Community Church, 8180 Telephone Road, Ventura. The sessions will be as follows: “People for Sale: Human Trafficking 101” on July 8; “Harm at Home: Commercial Sexual Exploitation in California” […]

July 4 busy day locally



Calabasas The 37th annual Lakeside Fun Run, co-sponsored by the city and the Calabasas Park Homeowners Association, will kick off the Fourth of July festivities in Calabasas. The event takes place from 7:45 to 11 a.m. on the greenbelt behind the Calabasas Tennis and Swim Center. Participants can preregister online or at the center. The fee is $15 for adults […]

Acting camp caters to teens



The Antonio Sabato Jr. Acting Academy and Musik Korner’s third annual Summer Celebrity Acting Camp will run June 29 through July 1 for teens ages 12 through 17. The curriculum will feature stage acting, modeling, industry workshops, on-camera acting, music lessons and full vocal and music recording with music producer David Cochrane. Celebrity teachers include actor and model Antonio Sabato […]

Waves strike out the competition



Mae Boyer Park aging gracefully



It is truly wonderful to read Mr. Toomey’s letter about the Mae Boyer Pavilion in Oak Park. He has nicely captured the spirit of our cherished family community, shared by many others, I am sure. As a newly-elected member of the Oak Park Committee of the Rancho Simi Recreation and Park Department, I look forward to addressing the needs of […]

Curl up for fun



SoCal Curling will host open curling at 7:15 p.m. Sat., June 27 at the Iceoplex, 131 W. Easy St., Simi Valley. Beginners can learn the Winter Olympic sport of curling. Those with experience can practice their skills before league play begins later in the summer. Players can sign up for the summer league on Saturday. The cost is $20 and […]

Oh deer! Mama gives birth in Westlake



Small, mighty Oak View High gives grads the personal touch




This year’s graduating class at Oak View High School was the smallest in recent history. Eleven students graduated from the program. Eight of those participated in the ceremony June 12. But the emotion expressed by students, teachers and administrators as they spoke about overcoming obstacles to achieve the milestone of graduation was as great as if the alternative school’s Class […]


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