2017-03-30 E-Edition

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Liberal bias?

As someone who enjoys reading The Acorn for news related to “local” issues, why do I have to be subjected to what Ted Lieu thinks of Donald Trump? That’s why we have the L.A Times. Let them shovel his liberal propaganda. Lieu is just another narcissistic liberal pushing the far left agenda. I remember when Democrats stood for the blue-collar […]

Song circles are all around

Songmakers will host the following free song circles in April for musicians, singer/songwriters and listeners of acoustic music. All skill levels are welcome. For more information or locations, call the respective circle leader or go to Songmakers.org. •Simi Valley song circle from 7:30 to 11 p.m. Wed., April 5 at a private home in Simi Valley. Call (805) 579-6416. •Senior […]

Rare opportunity to see raptors at open house

The Ojai Raptor Center will present its annual spring open house from noon to 4 p.m. Sun., April 9 at 370 Baldwin Road, Ojai. The nonprofit rehabilitates and releases of birds of prey and other wildlife, and provides educational programs to teach communities about wildlife and sharing the environment. At the event, attendees can see non-releasable raptors, and tour the […]

Young Westlake entrepreneur named 2017 NAWBO winner

Tracie Karasik, president of Westlake Village- based TLKmultimedia, was named winner of the 2017 National Association of Women Business Owners Young Entrepreneur of the Year award. Karasik, a 29-year-old Thousand Oaks resident, founded TLKmultimedia in 2012 as a company specializing in video production, motion graphic services and Apple product training and consulting. The 18th annual NAWBO Bravo Awards luncheon will […]

No fan of Henry Stern

Henry Stern (D-Calabasas) is our newbie state senator, and he has an agenda: Lower the voting age to 17, exempt public teachers from state income tax, prevent cannabis overdoses and halt underground gas storage. Younger voters? Really? Recent political violence and intolerance on CSU and UC campuses is clear evidence of the devolution of political thought and discourse among the […]

Have breakfast with the bunny

The City of Agoura Hills will host Breakfast with the Bunny from event from 10 a.m. to noon Sat., April 8 at the Reyes Adobe Historical Site, 30400 Rainbow Crest Drive, Agoura Hills. There will be spring-time crafts, egg hunts, games, activities, light breakfast refreshments and photo opportunities with the bunny. Admission is $2 and free for children under the […]


FRESHLY SQUEEZED—Chip Dill of Calabasas saw this cute fella sippng some O.J. on his backyard wall. Please submit your Squirrel of the Month photos to newstip@theacorn.com.

Hats off to women

Sports Academy Foundation will host its inaugural National Girls and Women in Sports Day Celebration from noon to 4 p.m. Sun., April 9 at Sports Academy, 1011 Rancho Conejo Blvd., Newbury Park. Athletes participating in the event include Shawn Berina, basketball at U.S. Air Force Academy; Ashley Dean, beach volleyball at Dartmouth College; Alicia Bueschen, soccer at Santa Clara University; […]

The frogs are back in town

It was a discovery that inspired excited shouts, high-fives and elated tears. National Park Service researchers surveying a stream in the Santa Monica Mountains earlier this month spotted signs of California red-legged frog reproduction. Nine egg masses were found, the first known evidence in recent history of the species reproducing in the Santa Monica Mountains without the help of humans. […]

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