2015-07-23

Resident interns at White House

College student from Westlake Village in Washington D.C.


Bridget Brennan, 21, of Westlake Village is participating in the Summer 2015 White House Internship Program.The mission of the program is to make the White House accessible to future leaders around the nation and to prepare those devoted to public service for future leadership opportunities. The two and a half month program ends in August. Brennan is a 2012 graduate […]

‘Macbeth’ staged as immersive theater event




This weekend, a daring new kind of play will be presented in three performances at the Hillcrest Center for the Arts. “Fair Is Foul,” a drama based on Shakespeare’s “Macbeth,” will be directed by Cambria Denim, a sophomore theater arts student at Texas State University. The show belongs to a category of plays called “immersive theater,” in which performers and […]

Grand opening for salon



Beautique Salon will host a grand opening from 6 to 8 p.m. Fri., July 24 in the Water Court at 890 Hampshire Road, Ste. C, Westlake Village. This upscale salon provides makeup, facials, body waxing, permanent makeup and eyebrow shaping with the Anastasia technique by Katie Crecion, who spent nine years working at Anastasia Beverly Hills salon. For more information, […]

Kudos to deputies



I wanted to send “stars” to many of the deputies who were involved in week one of STAR Camp 2015: Jake Merrifield, Jeff Donohoo and Millicent (Mille) Scott of the STAR Unit, Rodolfo Torrontegui and Dave Diestel of the Lost Hills Juvenile Team, and Marc Merino and Brian Knott for the Magic Mountain field trip. Our son, Kyle Otting, attends […]

Special gift



Exhibit of political cartoons



The Conejo Valley Art Museum is exhibiting “Political Cartoons— Then and Now” through Sun., Aug. 9, with a talk by cartoonist and syndicate owner Daryl Cagle at 5 p.m. Sat., July 25 at Janss Marketplace in front of Gold’s Gym, 215 Moorpark Road, Thousand Oaks. The exhibit will feature three original French political cartoon panels circa 1890, and works of […]

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Vaccine debate continues



Legislators rushed the mandatory vaccination bill through. Pavley and Irwin both voted yes. Gov. Brown rushed to sign. They don’t care. He added the religious exemption to AB 2109, and his father, Pat Brown, gave us the PBE (Personal Belief Exemption)— appalling. Thank you, Scott Wilk, for voting no. Democrats supported and Republicans opposed. Democrats represent control and the Republicans […]

Salomon Martinez



May 31, 1956 – June 27, 2015 Salomon Martinez, youngest son of David & Lydia Martinez, passed away after a courageous battle with cancer at the age of 59 in San Diego, CA. He had been a resident of Agoura Hills, since 1960 and had attended Agoura High School. A memorial service will be held on August 1, 2015 at […]

The Movie Nut



Think of them as yellow, pintsize capsules of humor that head straight to funny bone of the very young. There, they must tickle: How else to explain the uncontrolled laughter at the utter nonsense taking place in “Minions”? They speak in gibberish, they sing, they dance, they slug each other; they seem to be making up the plot as they […]


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