Time keeps on ticking, ticking

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I’m really curious about something: Why are all the guys my age suddenly looking so old? Not only that, doctors, policemen, firefighters and more are looking younger all the time. And weeks and seasons are zipping by like the wind. I swear I just took out summer clothes and now it’s getting close to wintertime and another garb change is […]

Economic forecasters lauded

The National Association for Business Economics awarded Dan Hamilton and Bill Watkins of Cal Lutheran University’s Center for Economic Research and Forecasting second place in its annual most-accurate-forecast competition. The Outlook Award competition recognized the economists for the accuracy of their forecasts over the previous four quarters. Hamilton and Watkins came to CLU in 2009 to launch CERF and a […]

City encourages walking to school

HITTING THE PAVEMENT—Calabasas City Councilmembers David Shapiro and Alicia Weintraub join kids for Walk to School Day on Oct. 5. Students from Lupin Hill, Bay Laurel and Chaparral elementary schools, along with kids from A.E. Wright and A.C. Stelle middle schools, were encouraged to walk to school to improve health and reduce traffic. Gift incentives were given to those who […]