2017-08-17

Watch the sunset from a saddle

ACORN SERIES /// Day Trippers


This series features fun local activities to enjoy in your free time. The grasslands of Rancho Potrero take on an ethereal golden glow as the sun fades behind the Conejo hills. At Rocking K Horse Rentals, you can take in the light show with your special someone on a sunset horseback ride. Situated next to the Rancho Potrero and Rancho […]

ROCKIN’ TRIBUTES

Titans clash at the park

Gypsies in a Trunk bring fairy tales to life in Westlake

Estate is beside open space preserve

Upgraded home has gated courtyard

At the end of a cul-de-sac next to the vast Hillcrest Open Space Preserve, this expansive Estates at Mountain View single-story home offers mountain views from the front, side and back yards. Only one neighbor sits on its west side. Past the estate’s secluded and gated courtyard, one enters through the mahogany beveled glass door. Inside are solid hardwood floors, […]

Calabasas townhome has no units above or below

Private garage with auto opener

This Calabasas townhome is an upper end unit with a light and open floor plan with one bedroom and one bathroom and approximately 1,000 square feet. No other townhomes are above or below this unit. The unit is in the Las Virgenes Park neighborhood. This townhome features a large living room with a woodburning fireplace and vaulted ceiling. A formal […]

A charming play with special actors

PLAY REVIEW /// ‘My Son Pinocchio Jr.’


If you were looking for a heartwarming theater experience last weekend, you couldn’t beat Allwayz On Stage’s latest production at the Hillcrest Center for the Arts. The company, launched a year ago by Laurie Johnson and Tracy Costanzo, offers stage opportunities for young adults ages 16 and over with special needs. Johnson and Costanzo’s daughters, Breezy and Samantha (Sammy), who […]

Here they are: Air Supply

Take a deep breath because Air Supply, with original members Graham Russell and Russell Hitchcock, will perform at 7 p.m. Sun., Sept. 24 in the Kavli Theatre at Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza, 2100 E. T.O. Blvd. Englishman Russell and Australian Hitchcock formed Air Supply in 1975 and have produced 30 albums and more than 15 hit singles since then, […]

Newcomers welcome

FRIENDLY FACES—The members of the Westlake Village Newcomers Club board are, from left, Ramona Rowan, Ellen Monticello, Elaine Philipps, Sharon Siemering and JoEllen Pierce. The club invites prospective members to attend the group’s free annual Kick Off Coffee event at 10 a.m. Wed., Sept. 13 at the Westlake Yacht Club, 32123 Lindero Canyon Road. A continental breakfast will be served […]

Music for city arts programs

Concert on the Bluffs, a summer cultural event celebrating live music and dance on a stage overlooking Malibu’s beaches, will take place at 5 p.m. Sun., Aug. 20 at Bluffs Park, 24250 Pacific Coast Highway. The show will feature musicians from the Los Angeles Philharmonic, Hollywood Bowl Orchestra and the Malibu Coast Chamber Orchestra led by conductor Scott Hosfeld. The […]

Fundraising goes to new heights



While some charities go to great lengths in their fundraising efforts, Make-A-Wish has gone to great heights. The Tri-Counties chapter of the national wish-granting organization usually helps children with life-threatening medical issues to live out their wildest dreams, but on Aug. 4 and 5, it gave volunteers the opportunity to live out one of their own dreams, or to face […]


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