2017-06-22 E-Edition

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Beach report a mixed bag

The much-needed winter storms last season put an end to California’s historic drought, but all that rain came at a cost—poor beach water quality during the winter months. Bacterial pollution at some of California’s most popular beaches spiked dramatically in 2016-17, according to Heal the Bay’s 27th annual Beach Report Card released June 15. The report assigned A-to-F letter grades […]

The art of the summer throwdown

Hot Flashes

I’m a cold rainy night, ribs in the slow cooker, fuzzy slippers, where’s my pillow kind of girl. And I’m not known for booting up very quickly—just ask the frequently pregnant daughter and the artsy fartsy kid. Turns out, my cooking doesn’t boot up at the speed of light either. Enter the dog days of summer, when everyone is ready […]

Queen Nation kicks off concert series

WE WILL ROCK YOU—Above, Queen fans enjoy the tribute band Queen Nation at the first of five Agoura Hills Concerts in the Park for 2017. The next show is July 9 featuring Hollywood U2 and a fireworks display. All performances are at Chumash Park, except for July 16 when the Conejo Valley Community Concert and Jazz Band will play at […]

Agoura graduates bid fond farewell

CLASS OF 2017—New Agoura High School alumni are proud of their four years of hard work. The AHS commencement was June 15 at the football stadium. The senior class had 534 graduates.

Hotel deal is finalized in Calabasas

Malibu developer Richard Weintraub announced he will build a Cambria Hotel at the vacant corner lot where Las Virgenes Road meets the 101 Freeway in Calabasas. The three-story, 121-room hotel at 26300 Rondell Road is expected to break ground in early 2018 and open in 2019. Weintraub signed an agreement with Choice Hotels International, one of the world’s largest hotel […]


U.S. Air Force Airman 1st Class Cody L. Tuttle has graduated from eight-week basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio- Lackland in Texas. Airmen who complete basic training earn four credits toward an associate in applied science degree through the Community College of the Air Force. Tuttle is the son of Shane and Melissa Tuttle of Newbury Park and […]

Dog and Marine, a true love story

The Movie Nut

In terms of enduring value, the domestication of dogs may be the world’s greatest achievement. When a human and a canine really understand each other, the bond they form is like no other. That’s the true story being told in “Megan Leavey,” and it’s one filled with the drama of war and the fragility of two broken individuals learning to […]

Throw it down

Local football teams, sans pads, compete at passing tournament

Cameron Rising was MIA. Rising, the premier prep football player in Acorn country, did not attend the 12th edition of the Conejo Classic 7-on-7 passing tournament on June 17. He had a good excuse—the Newbury Park High quarterback was at the University of Texas on a recruiting trip. On Sunday, instead of slinging spirals, Rising posed for a photo with […]

Iceland steps down from Triunfo board

The Triunfo Sanitation District board of directors is seeking applicants to fill a vacancy that was created by the recent resignation of board director Steve Iceland, who stepped down after seven years of service on the panel. Triunfo board members manage a $15-million annual budget and oversee sanitation services for Oak Park, North Ranch, Bell Canyon, Lake Sherwood and eastern […]