2017-10-05 E-Edition

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Rockin’ art at Reyes Adobe Days

Imagine strolling through Agoura Hills and coming upon a smooth rock with an inspirational message or an adorable picture painted on it in bright colors. Would the experience bring a smile to your face? Would it inspire you to keep the rock or to hide it again for someone else to find? Or perhaps you’d want to paint your own […]


The City of Agoura Hills is making final preparations for the 13th annual Reyes Adobe Days Oct. 12 to 15. Upcoming events are Senior Fiesta on Thurs., Oct. 12, Night at the Adobe for ages 21 and up on Fri., Oct. 13, RAD Runs and Reyes Adobe Days Parade on Sat., Oct. 14, and Day at the Park plus the […]

Locals caught in hail of Vegas bullets

Calabasas resident Christina Kitcat will celebrate her 30th birthday on Oct. 10—from the bed of a Las Vegas hospital. Kitcat was one of the hundreds injured in Sunday’s mass shooting at the Route 91 Music Festival. She was attending the concert with her boyfriend, who carried her to safety after she was struck by a bullet from the automatic weapons […]


Education leader speaks to grief-stricken community

I am sure that you are struggling to make sense of the recent shooting in Las Vegas, just as I am. Las Virgenes Unified School District had a few staff members who were there, but thankfully none of them were hurt. Still, we as a community will be processing this pain and violence for a long time to come. With […]

The cool thing about Cabrillo

As you may know, Cabrillo Music Theatre recently changed its name to 5 Star Theatricals with the primary motivation of expanding the theater company’s offerings. I’ve just been reminded that while the name is different, one thing will not change: quality shows with live music and Equity performers. What reminded me? A few days after rehearsal begins for each new […]

Say yes to Cal WaterFix

If you want a continued reliable water supply for all of us in the Conejo Valley, just say yes to California WaterFix. To ensure a steady supply of local potable water, we need to approve Gov. Jerry Brown’s twin tunnels plan under the Sacramento Delta. Why? There are two reasons. The first is that we have no ground or surface […]

Man attempts abduction in Westlake

Parents in the Conejo Valley are on high alert after a man allegedly attempted to abduct a Westlake High student after school Oct. 2. Conejo Valley Unified District officials said a man with a bushy beard and bald head tried to kidnap a female student at the corner of Townsgate and Triunfo Canyon roads around 4 p.m. Monday. He was […]

CSUCI hosts lecture series

Cal State Channel Islands will hold its fall Library Lecture Series at the following local libraries. The talks are given by CSUCI faculty volunteering their time and expertise. For more information, visit go.csuci.edu/librarylectureseries. Lectures at the Camarillo Public Library, 4101 E. Las Posas Road, are from 6:30 to 8 p.m. on the following Mondays. Oct. 9: “Fake News! Read All […]