2018-02-08

Pamela Rae Jagoe

1956 - 2018

Female cougar killed in Malibu Canyon

One mountain was spared following contact with humans last weekend, another wasn’t so lucky. National Park Service biologists recovered the remains of a female mountain lion in the hills just north of Pepperdine University near Malibu Canyon Road last week. The adult female, known as P-23, appeared to have been struck by a vehicle days earlier, officials said. P-23 is […]

Area’s main pet store finally put to bed



Barkworks, the popular and long-running pet store in the Thousand Oaks mall, has closed its doors. Adam Antoniskis, manager of The Oaks, said that the Barkworks owner chose not to renew the store’s lease when it expired late last year. Barkworks is a southern California-based chain store, but beyond that, little information is available. The company has no online presence […]

Cisco’s, a Westlake main course for years, closed



In 2016, Thousand Oaks lost its oldest family-owned restaurant when Lupe’s Mexican Restaurant closed. Now another long-standing Mexican eatery has served its last meal. Cisco’s Mexican Restaurant, a Westlake staple for nearly 45 years, has closed. While the Thousand Oaks Cisco’s on Avenida de Los Arboles remains open, people hoping to grab a bite for lunch at the Westlake Boulevard […]

Zoo critters ‘move it’ in snappy musical

play review /// ‘Madagascar: A musical Adventure Jr’


Shortly before Young Artists Ensemble’s production of “Madagascar: A Musical Adventure Jr.” began, a 6-year-old in the audience was already singing “I Like to Move It,” bopping around restlessly in his seat, waiting for the show to start. Such was the enthusiasm and anticipation that pervaded the theater at the Hillcrest Center for the Arts for the “Jr.” version of […]

2018-02-08 E-Edition

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Write on! CHS wins second acadeca title

School will advance to state competition next month

The students of Calabasas High School put their brainpower to work and won the Ventura County Academic Decathlon— again. La Reina High School of Thousand Oaks and Westlake High School came in second and third. The 2018 decathlon was held over the past two Saturdays at Pacifica High School in Oxnard. It is the second year in a row that […]

Marching to the beat of his own drum



Frequent commuters through the intersection of Kanan and Agoura roads have probably seen or heard the long-haired man who spends his weekends playing a drum kit that he has set up in a dirt lot known for its Halloween pumpkin and Christmas tree displays. The one-man concert band faces Kanan Road, and when he’s there, and he’s on, he’s hard […]

EYE ON LOCAL AREA STOCKS

Concert for valentines

The Los Angeles Symphonic Winds, directed by Stephen Piazza, will present a Valentines concert at 2:30 p.m. Sun., Feb. 11 at the performing arts education center at Calabasas High School, 22855 Mulholland Hwy. The concert will celebrate famous couples from the stage and screen: Romeo and Juliet, Porgy and Bess, Samson and Delilah, and Tristan and Isolde. Soprano Christina Roszhart […]


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