The magic of flying high and jumping down

Camarillo air show this weekend will feature science activities, aerobatics

A couple of weeks ago, Clark Wilson of Camarillo spoke very calmly for someone planning to jump out of a perfectly good airplane. Maybe it was his years as a Navy fighter pilot, launching from and landing on aircraft carriers in the Western Pacific during the Vietnam War. “You’d get accelerated from zero to 145 knots in the span of […]

Paul Anka to perform

Singer-songwriter Paul Anka will deliver his classic pop and oldies tunes at the Fred Kavli Theatre Sat., Aug. 26 at 8 p.m. at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza, 2100 Thousand Oaks Blvd. Bursting onto the music scene at age 15 with his hit song “Diana,” Anka took his teenage stardom and turned it into a seven-decade career, penning over […]


Agoura Hills A thief broke a $50 door lock and stole a cash box containing $300 in currency from the Warehouse Discount Center in the 30600 block of Canwood Street Aug. 3. A burglar stole two $7,000 electronic tablets and more than $5,000 worth of other items from a storage unit at a car wash in the 30200 block of […]

Richard D. Ayers

It is with great sadness that we report the passing of Richard “Dick” Ayers on June 29, 2017 at 89 years old. His was a long and well lived life. Dick spent his early years in Winnebago, NE. He and his parents followed major construction projects during WW II, ultimately leading them to Hanford, WA, where Dick graduated from high […]

Transylvania mania at Conejo Players

PLAY REVIEW /// ‘Young Frankenstein’

In the 1930s and ’40s, Universal Pictures was the leading producer of monster movies featuring Mary Shelley’s most famous creation, first releasing the original version, “Frankenstein”; a sequel, “Bride of Frankenstein”; and another sequel, “Son of Frankenstein,” in addition to similar series featuring the other characters in the studio’s Murderer’s Row of monsters: the Wolf Man, Dracula and the Mummy. […]

David Terence Godwin

July 7, 1939- August 12, 2017

Dave (aka “Coach”) Godwin passed away peacefully on August 12 after a brief battle with lung cancer. He is survived by his wife of 55 years, Sue Godwin, who lives in Goodyear, Arizona, where they lived for the last 13 years, children Elizabeth (Godwin) Cipriano, Dede (Godwin) Owens, and Richard Godwin, and 5 grandchildren. Dave is best known in Agoura […]

Badminton for one and all

Second most popular sport in world hasn’t taken off in Acorn country, but maybe it should

I am a champion, a member of a great dynasty. But, please, save your applause. Yes, I was a member of the last CIF-Southern Section high school badminton title squad in 2006. During my junior year at Villa Park High in Orange County, I helped the Spartans claim an unprecedented sixth consecutive CIF title. By “helped” I mean I played […]

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