2016-05-26

Collectors can rummage through this sale



The Agoura Hills/Calabasas Community Center will host an Antique Collectibles and Rummage Sale from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sat., June 18 at the center, 27040 Malibu Hills Road, Calabasas. The event is still open to more vendors. For more information on selling, call Jenna Ferguson at (818) 880-2993 or email jenna@ahccc.org, or go to www.ahccc.org.

Plant a zoological garden




During a recent inventory of my garden I discovered that an entire menagerie of critters— including lions and tigers and bears—had invaded my rural Agoura property. Happily, this was in name only. Leonotis leonuris is a vigorous woody shrub with whorled spires of velvety orange flowers. It is often sold under the name lion’s tail, probably for what the Sunset […]

SENIOR STANDOUTS

Oak park High School

Editor’s note: Senior standouts are selected by their school, and profiles are complied from questionnaires filled out by the students. Sara Goldberg and Nicholas Markarian photos are courtesy of Pelosi Photography. Sarah Goldberg Sarah Goldberg is a young woman on a mission. Diagnosed with scoliosis at the age of 5, Sarah points to her doctor, orthotist Miguel Gomez, as being […]

Reaction to canyon racing



So, given the fact of unsafe driving along “the snake” portion of Mulholland, authorities, faced with the option of ticketing unsafe drivers or prohibiting people from standing around in the vicinity of unsafe drivers, have made the decision to ban the bystanders. In other news, the FAA has announced a prohibition on citizens gazing skyward as a deterrent to unsafe […]

All hands on deck



DIGGING IN— Volunteers spruce up areas of Agoura Hills on May 7 during the city’s 2016 Community Service Days activity. Above, Rachel Chalfin, 15, of Agoura Hills discards some plant debris near Agoura High School. At top right, Vanessa Warnock of Camarillo and Karen O’Donovan of Thousand Oaks paint an equestrian fence in Old Agoura. At right, Erik Brink of […]

Hole-in-one win helps support YMCA



PAR FOR THE COURSE—The third annual Triunfo YMCA Golf Classic in April at the North Ranch Country Club attracted 166 golfers and raised more than $55,000 to support the Y’s childcare and summer camp programs. Tournament sponsor Howie Neftin, left, offered a 24-month car lease for a hole-in-one. Thousand Oaks resident Dan Cimino, center, landed his fourth hole-in-one in more […]

Time to celebrate



DOING THE WAVE—Mike Butler and Maryann Good, both receiving bachelor’s degrees, greet their families at the 53rd annual Cal Lutheran University undergraduate program commencement May 14 at the William Rolland Stadium in Thousand Oaks.

Calabasas hotel development



I wanted to write and say how much I agree with your editorial on antidevelopment. The hotel would be such a beautiful window to our city and add to its revenue. A storage unit won’t add anything in aesthetics and certainly nowhere near the same revenue to the city. It is very sad that the City Council listens to a […]

Golfers can tee off for a good cause



Golfers can win prizes while playing for a good cause during the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Conejo Valley’s seventh annual golf tournament from 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Mon., June 13 at the North Ranch Country Club, 4761 Valley Spring Drive, Westlake Village. The Golf Classic also includes contests, breakfast, lunch, cocktails, a live auction and buffet dinner. […]

Album launch party at ranch



Brothers John and Ted Siegel of the Americana duo The Deltaz will give a free concert to release their new album “Like Your Brother” at 5 p.m. Wed., June 8 at Peter Strauss Ranch, 30000 Mulholland Hwy., Agoura. The duo is based out of Agoura Hills. The concert is free; donations will be accepted for the Hopeful Hearts Foundation For […]


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