2015-10-22 E-Edition

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Lost and found

Several months ago I lost a money clip with over $400. I thought it was gone forever. I then went to Ameci Pizza in Agoura Hills to buy pizza for the family and the owner, Mr. Wasifi, asked me if I had lost something. I told him yes, some money, but I didn’t know where or when. He said, “You […]

Cities celebrate autumn’s arrival

Original kids’ play pokes fun at pirates

‘Polly Wants a Curtain Call’

Inspiration for musicals and plays comes from many different quarters. Some are adaptations of previously published works. Others are based on original ideas or are created as vehicles for a pre-cast star. But “Polly Wants a Curtain Call,” a family-oriented Hillcrest Players production starring kids and young teens in the Young Artists Ensemble in Thousand Oaks, is unique in that […]

Library to host free flu vaccine clinic

The Los Angeles County Public Library will host a flu shot clinic from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sat. Oct. 24 at Malibu Library, 23519 W. Civic Center Way. Nurses from the county’s Department of Public Health will provide vaccinations. No insurance is required. Vaccinations will be administered either through the influenza shot or nasal spray to anyone 6 months […]

Agoura City Council election

As I looked at the candidates running for our City Council, it’s clear that the people who made this city so wonderful all seem to support Illece Buckley Weber and Linda Northrup. I am impressed by these endorsements. The Sierra Club supports them both too and it’s pretty clear why. They both appear to be committed to protecting the environment […]

How to prepare now for El Niño

Eye on the Environment

With California in the midst of one of the most extreme droughts in history and water conservation efforts in full-force across Ventura County, reports of an impending El Niño may seem like news worth celebrating. Experts are predicting that the upcoming winter could be one of the wettest in history. While local areas could benefit from the moisture, this storm […]

Show celebrates photography as art

Dimensions of life and landscape are captured by Thousand Oaks Photo Group members at its inaugural art show running through Dec. 14 at The Galleria at Hillcrest Center for the Arts, 403 W. Hillcrest Drive, Thousand Oaks. The show is overseen by the Arts Council of the Conejo Valley. L. Carl Volpe and Pete Scifres, both of Agoura Hills, are […]

Program on genetic counseling

The Cancer Support Community Valley/Ventura/Santa Barbara will host a free workshop, “Genetic Counseling Workshop with John Lee” from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Thurs., Oct. 29 at 530 Hampshire Road, Westlake Village. Genetic counseling helps people understand a genetic diagnosis or the possibility of having a hereditary disorder. This workshop will discuss BRCA 1 and 2, gene mutation and risk of […]

Calabasas City Council election

We’re at a crucial turning point in Calabasas. There are several proposed development projects, including four hotels. I’ve watched approval of homes on the ridgeline that compromise the corridor along the Santa Monica Mountains. I have also seen traffic increase dramatically in our city. Mr. Roseman is committed to preserving open space in Calabasas, and vows to carefully look over […]

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