2016-03-31

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Down memory lane with Calabasas

editorial

The history speaks volumes, the story of Calabasas city-hood and how it transformed a community. In April 1991, Calabasas officially became incorporated as the last of the 88 cities comprising Los Angeles County. It was the beginning of a 25-year plan by the city’s founding fathers that would place Calabasas indelibly on the L.A. County map and help make it […]

Adult basketball leagues kick off in Agoura Hills



The City of Agoura Hills Department of Community Services will begin its Adult Basketball League the week of April 7 with play from 5 to 10 p.m. Sundays and 6:30 to 10:30 p.m. Thursdays at the Agoura Hills/Calabasas Community Center, 27040 Malibu Hills Road, Calabasas. Team packets are now available. League fees have been lowered to $250. For more information […]

Medieval lessons



HEAR YE, HEAR YE—Above, seventh-grader Kabir Pujji trades his bread with Raidan Yamauchi and, at left, seventh-grader Rachel Sands swaps for a mace March 23 during A.E. Wright Middle School’s Medieval Market, a school tradition around since 1974.

Pick up sticks

Local boys’ lacrosse teams ready for second half of spring season



High school boys’ lacrosse teams are making a push for postseason action. Defending Marmonte League champion Westlake continues to dominate, while teams from Calabasas, Newbury Park, Oak Park, Royal, Simi Valley, Thousand Oaks and Viewpoint are jostling for U.S. Lacrosse Southern Section North division playoff bids. WESTLAKE WARRIORS The Warriors are kings of Acorn country. Westlake (6-1 overall, 3-0 in […]

Political Cartoon



Melodies and a meal



SOCIAL SENIORS—Above, Woodland Hills residents Mollie Harrison, left, Barbara Ellis and Annie Wong appreciate the performance by actor/singer Bill A. Jones during the Calabasas Savvy Seniors luncheon March 17 at the Agoura Hills/Calabasas Community Center. At right, Jones entertains the crowd during the event. He sang hits made famous by Frank Sinatra, Michael Bublé and others. For information on upcoming […]

Documentary explores the Genesis story



Temple Etz Chaim will host a screening of the documentary “Roadmap Genesis” at 6:30 p.m. Mon., April 4 in the sanctuary at 1080 East Janss Road, Thousand Oaks. The screening and interactive discussion following the film are free and open to the community. When filmmaker Nolan Lebovitz found himself at a crossroads in his life, he had to choose between […]

Los Robles team prepares for Honduras

COMMENTARY /// Medicine on a mission


This summer, Los Robles Hospital and Medical Center will send its third Medical Mountain Team to Honduras. The team partners with Friends of Barnabas, a nonprofit that brings medical and surgical care to Hondurans in remote mountain villages without access to quality healthcare. This year’s group has 17 members, composed of physicians, nurses and clinical technicians from Los Robles, high […]

Libraries work



I would like to thank Agoura and Westlake public libraries for having many interesting programs for teenagers and adults. I am a teenager and I like to attend both. The cooking class, the chocolate tasting, the sushi making and the pastel classes were a blast. I am a homeschooled student and find these programs quite educational and fun. They give […]


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