2015-12-17

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THURS., DEC. 17 Channel Islands Gulls 11 a.m. at Spanish Hills Country Club, 999 Crestview Drive, Camarillo. Annual toy drive and officer installation luncheon at noon. Bring unwrapped toy for infant to 18 years for charity. Cost: $25. RSVP requested. Contact: Shirley. Phone 805.263.6062. Democratic Club Of Moorpark 6:30 p.m. at Meridian Hills Rec Room, 6801 Breezy Glen Drive, Moorpark. […]

Restaurant update



PARTNERS— Moez Meji, left, follows his previous restaurant ventures (Moz Buddha Lounge and The Lab in Agoura Hills, Fins in Calabasas and Westlake, and Zin Bistro in Westlake Village) with the new Gallery Restaurant at The Shoppes at Westlake Village (the Target center). He’s shown here with his son, Karim, who is a partner in the upscale gourmet eatery at […]

Details emerge on hospital closure




Los Robles Hospital and Medical Center, which announced to staff members last month that it had plans to close its transitional care unit, now has a time frame for the action. The 24-bed Westlake center, which provides care for patients who no longer need acute care but aren’t ready to be home on their own, will close in March, said […]

Leininger family singers aim to please




When you see the Leininger family of Oak Park perform, you can’t help but make comparisons with the legendary Von Trapp Family Singers, whose lives were memorialized in the Rodgers and Hammerstein musical “The Sound of Music.” The Leiningers brought up their children here in the Conejo Valley, and their talent, attractiveness and sunny dispositions certainly enhance the spirit of […]

EYE ON LOCAL AREA STOCKS



Educators applaud new federal law replacing No Child Left Behind

States will play stronger role in setting school policy


The controversial No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 has been left behind. Congress replaced the 15-year law often criticized for its unrealistic education benchmarks with a new federal mandate, the Every Student Succeeds Act, or ESSA. President Obama signed the bill into law Dec. 10 following strong approval by the House and Senate. The thrust of the new law […]

Fight & flight




An Oaks Christian High School senior who is only weeks away from earning her pilot’s license is learning about aviation from the ground up at the Commemorative Air Force Museum in Camarillo. Emmalea McNay, 17, a Newbury Park resident, works on airplanes, directs runway traffic and talks with World War II veterans in addition to taking flying lessons. “There is […]

Blacklisted screenwriter defends free speech

The Movie Nut

Think of “Trumbo” as the flip side of “The Intern.” That movie was a fictional comedy; this one’s a fact-based drama. But both are the stories of a man with experience who wanted to keep doing his job. Both have high production values, a good cast and a strong male actor in the lead role. And both stories may be […]

Teens can drop in, have fun at rec center



The time is almost here for teens to get their Teen Memberships for 2016. The Agoura Hills Recreation and Event Center has its very own Teen Center, The Garage. Many social activities are planned for middle school students beginning Jan. 4, 2016. The membership fee is $10 and includes many perks like access to the teen center, clubs, after school […]

Westlake’s new Lindero bridge wins acclaim

PUBLIC WORKS REPORT

The American Public Works Association recently recognized the City of Westlake Village’s newly reconstructed Lindero Canyon Road Overpass with a 2015 APWA “Best” award in the transportation category for cities under 50,000 in population. Representatives from the city—including Mayor Pro Tem Brad Halpern, Councilmember Kelly Honig, city manager Ray Taylor and city engineer John Knipe—attended the APWA Southern California Chapter’s […]


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