FALL ARRIVES BY LEAFS AND BOUNDS—A cyclist rides through a kaleidoscope of color Nov. 29 on Triunfo Canyon Road in Westlake Village. But blink and you’ll miss it. Winter begins Dec. 21.
Becoming a docent at the Reagan Library isn’t an easy process. After all, when peppered with questions about one of the country’s most beloved presidents, these tour guides need to know their stuff. What was Reagan’s Secret Service code name? Rawhide, a reference to his acting past. What did he like to eat besides jellybeans? Macaroni and cheese. What was […]
Craig Ferguson, former host of “The Late Late Show,” will bring his Craig Ferguson: The New Deal Tour to the Kavli Theatre at 8 p.m. Sat., Dec. 12 at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza, 2100 E. Thousand Oaks Blvd. Ferguson took the helm of CBS’s “The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson” in 2005. On this show, he received […]
On Fri., Nov. 13 state Assemblymember Jacqui Irwin visited Red Oak Elementary School in Oak Park and talked to the fourthgrade students about her job and how state government works. The students offered suggestions. Tallulah Taylor’s idea was to enact a law that says no smoking allowed in California, period. “It’s not good for people around you to smoke, so […]
Huntington Hotel Group a holding company specializing in the development, operation and management of premier hotel brands, purchased a 5.7-acre site for the development of two hotels at 29508 Roadside Drive in Agoura Hills, just west of Kanan Road. Five new hotels are now planned for the Conejo/Las Virgenes valleys. Huntington hasn’t finalized its plans, but it’s expected the company […]
SOLITARY MAN—Shawn McCarron of Westlake Village runs the course at the 2015 Xtreme Raider Challenge festival sponsored by the Moorpark College FLeX Club and Fitness Specialist Program. The Nov. 21 event was held on the grounds of the community college.
Friends mean well at the holidays. They select a gift they believe that I, in my uncomplaining bachelor-girl existence, really must have. One year it was a microwave. I don’t eat popcorn, TV dinners or drink hot liquids. My tiny kitchen had no counter space for it. A refund was in order. The next year it was a down comforter, […]
CURTAIN UP—The cast and crew of the Agoura High School production “On The Razzle” running Dec. 9 through 13 at the campus Performing Arts Education Center, 28545 W. Driver Ave. The Tom Stoppard farce is the first production for new AHS theater teacher, Bibi Kemper, front center. For times and tickets, call (818) 889-8058 or go to www.thePAECS.org.