International Street Fest keeps IB Program humming

The Munch Madness International Street Fair at Agoura High School on Sat., March 12 is expected to be a grand community affair that will raise funds to keep AHS’s International Baccalaureate program operating at full speed. The street fair has proved to be a successful fundraiser for the program for the past five years. Organizers expect this year’s star-studded event […]

Lindero Canyon named model school

Lindero Canyon Middle School in Agoura Hills has been designated one of 13 schools in the 2015-16 Schools to Watch— Taking Center Stage program. The state designation recognizes Lindero as a high performing middle school with innovative programs for students in grades six to eight. Schools were judged by middle school educators throughout California on student academic performance, how the […]

Proposed liquor store triggers protest

Oak Park residents worried about what products are sold

What appears to be a high-end wine and spirits shop to some might be just another liquor store to others, but one group of women aren’t waiting to see how the proposed alcoholic beverages store in the Oak Park Plaza shopping center will pan out. They’re already against it. Oak Park residents Cindy Vinson, Cheryl Di Spaltro and Cynthia Ferrell […]


The Calabasas Library at 200 Civic Center Way will present the following free events in March. The library will be closed Easter Sunday, March 27. For more information, call (818) 225-7616 or go to www.cityofcalabasas.com/library. Yoga and You at noon Thurs., March 3 and 17 with Deanne Wenger. Wear comfortable clothing. Bring a yoga mat or towel. The Friends of […]


Agoura Chargers Fri., March 4: End of second trimester Mon., March 7: Charger Club/ A1/7 p.m. Wed., March 9: Late start day Thurs., March 10: Elementary conferences Dance team audition clinic/G building/6:30 to 8 p.m. Calabasas Coyotes Fri., March 4: End of second trimester Music department trip through Sun., March 6/Boston Sat., March 5: SAT/7:45 a.m. Saturday school tutoring/ library/8:30 […]

Old Agoura raises money for legal battle to stop meadow homes

The decades-long fight to save 70 acres of land next to Old Agoura from development continued with a Feb. 20 fundraising auction at the home of Peter and Lisa Stern. The Stern’s equestrian property overlooks Chesebro Meadow on Old Agoura’s eastern border where a developer wants to build 15 luxury homes. The push to save the land from development goes […]

Sports film ‘Eddie the Eagle’ soars

The Movie Nut

The Olympics were established to reward athletic excellence, but every once in a while they allow dreamers to sneak in. A few years ago, the Jamaican bobsled team competed for the fourth time. And in the 1988 Winter Games in Calgary, there was “Eddie the Eagle.” This is the story of how Michael “Eddie” Edwards (Egerton) got to those games, […]

Student performs at Carnegie Hall

Emily Fogel, a freshman at Agoura High School, was a finalist in the 2016 High School Honors Performance Series Feb. 7 at Carnegie Hall in New York City. Emily played trumpet with the AHS Honors Band during Carnegie Hall’s 125th anniversary season. She plays trumpet in the Agoura High School Jazz Band under the direction of Chad Bloom. She auditioned […]

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