2016-11-23 E-Edition

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MAC knifed

The regular meeting of the Oak Park Municipal Advisory Council (MAC) scheduled for Nov. 29, 2016 has been canceled, officials announced. Discussion about a proposed prohibition on weekend commercial gardening in Oak Park will continue at a later date.

All in good taste

FOOD FOR THOUGHT—At top, Joel Waddell and Cody Grigoriadis of the DeLiteFul restaurant at The Oaks mall offer vegan hors d’oeuvres during the Nov. 11 Taste of Conejo event. Above, Ron Greenwood, chairman of the Gold Coast Veterans Foundation, left, and J.C. Oberst, executive director of the foundation, acknowledge the service of veterans. At right, Harley Potter presents some of […]

Program for brain injury survivors

The Brain Injury Center of Ventura County will present the next installment of its Brain Injury Conference Series, “Surviving, Striving and Thriving with Acquired Brain Injury,” from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Thurs., Dec. 1 at Alma Via of Camarillo, 2500 N. Ponderosa Drive. The program will feature separate presentations for survivors and caregivers/family members. Attendees will learn about techniques and […]

Saving Chesebro Meadow

The long and winding road of development travels unimpeded through western Los Angeles County before stopping in Old Agoura, where residents who are highly protective of their rural, equestrian lifestyle have drawn a line in the sand against the urbanization headed their way. Since the 1970s, Old Agourans have thwarted many developers desirous of building on a 71-acre swath of […]

Coexisting with cougars

Workshop Nov. 30

Residents interested in the local mountain lion population and how they can protect their pets and livestock from predation can attend a workshop at 7 p.m. Wed., Nov. 30 at Paramount Ranch, 2903 Cornell Road, Agoura. The “Living in Mountain Lion Country” workshop is hosted by the California Department of Fish and Wildlife, the National Park Service and the Mountain […]

Film reveals ‘emotional warfare’ caused by mean girls

Kids who bully other kids at school and at home is an age-old problem in America. Girl-on-girl bullying can be different from the kind of hatred that boys often spew. Lauren Paul and Molly Thompson, Pepperdine University film graduates, know from personal experience the toll that is taken when girls hurl taunts against each other. Girls have a way of […]

Political Cartoon

A walk down memory lane with a futuristic twist

Family Man

Only turkeys walk down memory lane My son is coming home from college for Thanksgiving and I can’t wait. I miss him. In reality, he hasn’t gone anywhere—not yet, anyway. The kid is only 13 years old. He’s in junior high school. But in just five years, my wife and I will be empty nesters. I dread that. And I […]

Outgoing president lays a firm foundation

THANK YOU—Calabasas city officials, at a recent meeting, recognize Deanna Glassberg, outgoing president for the Foundation for Las Virgenes Schools, for the contributions she has made to the volunteer parent organization that raises funds to support local school programs. To date, the group founded in 2001 has give more than $1.2 million to help fund Las Virgenes education.

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