Catch up with the Coyotes

The Calabasas High boys’ soccer team has struggled in the win-loss column, but many Coyotes are playing well. Trent Blumenthal, a senior captain, is a standout striker. He’s notched two goals this winter. Cristian Gomez, a junior center back, is playing solid defense. Andrei Niemczyk, a senior goalie and former football player, is making saves in his first season of […]

Westlake Village garden tour canceled

For the first time in 45 years the Westlake Village Garden Club will not host its annual tour of local gardens. Garden club co-president Kathy Gilbert said the tour was canceled because the club couldn’t get enough houses to participate. “It was very painful for us to come to the decision not to have a tour, but we just really […]

Never too late for a bar/bat mitzvah

CALLED TO THE TORAH—Several members of Congregation Or Ami celebrate the culmination of their a two-year program for adults who never had a bar or bat mitzvah, a rite of passage in the Jewish religion at age 13, on Jan. 19 at the Calabasas synagogue. Back row from left: Rabbi Paul Kipnes, Carolyn McNary, Talee Sands, Marcy Cameron, Michael Ratican, […]

Just keep swimming

Warriors rely on speed from drivers to generate offense

Westlake High students had the day off of school on Jan. 22, but that didn’t stop the girls’ water polo team from training in the pool. The Warriors were swimming laps by 9 a.m., prepping for the home stretch of Marmonte League competition. Westlake, which graduated 10 seniors from last year’s roster, are battling in a rugged league with four […]

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