2015-09-17

Honig for council



It is important to get out and vote on Nov. 3. We strongly urge you to vote for Kelly Honig for our Westlake Village City Council. Kelly is truly an amazing lady with so many strengths that are demonstrated by her leadership, volunteerism, brilliance and compassion for her community, schools, sports, family and friends. She is there for you when […]

On your marks for Goblin Gallop



The Triunfo YMCA’s fourth annual Goblin Gallop 5K/10K races and 1-mile Trick or Treat Fun Run/Walk will take place as part of the City of Westlake Village’s 13th annual City Celebration Sat., Oct. 17. The runs and the run/walk will begin and end at the site of the city celebration, Westlake Village Civic Center, 31200 Oak Crest Drive. Proceeds from […]

Tailgate parties at OPHS



Oak Park High School will host tailgate parties at every OPHS home football game this season. The events will run from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Fri., Sept. 18 and 25 and Oct. 9, 23 and 30 on the school lawn, 899 Kanan Road. Food trucks will sell grilled cheese and gourmet sandwiches, hot dogs, waffles, tacos, barbecue, shaved ice and […]

Roadwork snarls traffic in Calabasas




In Calabasas, the driving could get worse before it gets better. City officials are asking drivers to be patient while multiple public and private road-construction projects take place throughout the city. The work includes street widening in the Mulholland Highway and Las Virgenes Road corridors, and construction of a new freeway overpass at Lost Hills Road. Some of the work […]

Headline no-no



“Female surfer rescued”: Why does the headline include the gender of the surfer? If it had been a male surfer, I don’t think the headline writer would have titled the article “Male surfer rescued.” Mentioning gender in the body of the article seems of slight interest, but I think it’s unusual and unnecessary to mention in the headline. I am […]

School carnival is a wild ride



Guide dogs show the way for the blind



PUPPIES IN TRAINING—Above, Bonnie Sloane, right, of Calabasas, along with her dog, Carnival, gives a lecture on training puppies to be guide dogs for the sight impaired at the Guide Dogs for the Blind puppy event on Sept. 12 at the Calabasas Library. With her are Rebecca McNeil of Santa Rosa Valley with her dog, Siobhan, and Ian McGugan of […]


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