2017-04-20

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SHERIFF’S BLOTTER



Agoura Hills Someone snatched a $100 backpack containing a $1,200 laptop computer and other goods valued at more than $500 from the side of the pool at Agoura High School in the 28500 block of Driver Avenue April 7. A burglar stole a $ 6,500 bracelet, $4,000 in cash, two necklaces valued at $3,000 and two watches worth about $ […]

Chumash chief honored



A program for all ages about Chumash Chief Charlie Cooke will take place from 10 to 11:30 a.m. Sat., April 22 at Satwiwa Native American Indian Culture Center,Via Goleta and Lynn Road, Newbury Park, Mary Gordon, author of the book “Tiq Slo’w: The Making of a Modern Day Chief,” will present an interactive garden scavenger hunt for children as they […]

A movie with heart and talent

The Movie Nut

It’s easy to forget that Jessica Chastain is small in stature because when measured by her talent, she seems 12 feet tall. To every role she adds warmth and conviction, strength and humanity. She can make ordinary characters extraordinary. Despite being born and raised in California, she seems to belong to another country, another time. She elevates the ability of […]

CLU seniors to perform



The Cal Lutheran University String Symphony will present a concert featuring performances by graduating seniors at 7:30 p.m. Fri., April 21 in Samuelson Chapel at 165 Chapel Lane on the Thousand Oaks campus. The 24-piece orchestra comprising students and community members will play works by composers Percy Grainger, Gustav Holst, Henry Purcell, Dmitri Shostakovich and Claude Smith. Graduating seniors Mickey […]

Tired of the Trump critics



We are nearing the 100-day mark of the Trump administration and my hope is that the “losers” will get a grip and accept this fait accompli and move on. I tire of the whining and accusations of misogyny, especially when their own Elizabeth Warren paid her female staff members 25 percent less than the males. And when mention is made […]

Habicat Café helps homeless cats

Find and meet fur babies at the event

Healthcare for Homeless Animals and the Agoura Animal Care Center, with the help of Cindy and Levi Morrow, will present the third annual Habicat Café from noon to 4 p.m. Sun., April 23 on the grounds of the shelter at 29525 Agoura Road. Guests can visit with the free- roaming cats in the Habicat building and there will be activities […]

O’Brien and Moore entertain at Four Friends

Concert review


The Brogden Bay Presents series hosted veteran roots performers Mollie O’Brien and Rich Moore in a recent evening concert at Larry Janss’ Four Friends Gallery in Thousand Oaks. The husband-and-wife team entertained with their diverse musical explorations, which ranged from folk and blues to country and poprock, all highlighted by O’Brien’s sweeping vocals and Moore’s scintillating guitar picking. O’Brien began […]

HIGH SCHOOL HIGHLIGHTS



Agoura Chargers Fri., April 21: Mixed choir/ Disney Hall AP pre- administration/ main stage/7:50 to 8:30 a.m. Eighth- grade visit/ 9: 30 a.m. Tues., April 25 through Thurs., April 27: Spring musical/ main stage/7:30 p.m. Oak Park Eagles Sat., April 22: AP foreign language practice/9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Mon., April 24: SSA closing ceremony/G9/noon to 1 p.m. Concert band […]

Pay the price



In a recent letter to the editor, a resident of the city of Thousand Oaks argues that we need affordable housing so the town remains thriving and vibrant. There is plenty of affordable housing in the San Fernando Valley, and certainly in the City of Los Angeles. As a resident and taxpayer, I’ll gladly contribute to the cab fare for […]


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