Jazz band chosen for Ellington contest

The Agoura High School Studio Jazz Band was selected as one of the 15 nationwide finalists for Essentially Ellington, a May 10 competition sponsored by Jazz at Lincoln Center in New York. More than 100 jazz ensembles in the country applied. To be considered, each school submitted recordings of three tunes performed from the Jazz at Lincoln Center’s Essentially Ellington […]

BHHS agent honored as No. 1 top producer

Berkshire Hathaway Home- Services California Realty has announced that Elizabeth Eversen achieved No. 1 top producer honors in 2017, closing more transactions and highest dollar volume than any other BHHS real estate agent in Camarillo and West Ventura County. Eversen closed 35 units that totaled more than $23 million in volume. This is the third consecutive year that Eversen has […]

Oppose SB 827

The Calabasas City Council voted unanimously to oppose SB 827, a state bill that would overhaul local zoning rules and lead to higher housing density around transit corridors. We will be sending a letter to the state Senate and the League of California Cities to register our formal opposition. As of this morning, the League has received letters of opposition […]

The wolves will howl in T.O.

These wolves aren’t just surviving, they’re thriving. The members of East L.A. band Los Lobos—the name translates to “the wolves”—are still cranking out the same fiery mix of old-school rock and traditional Mexican music that has been captivating listeners for decades. The Grammy-winning group is bringing its multicultural musical blend for an 8 p.m. concert Sat., March 17 in the […]

Agoura’s Cooper Rodgers named law school scholar

Lewis & Clark Law School announced that Cooper Rodgers is the school’s inaugural Wyss Scholar. Rodgers, 25, is in his second year at the at the Portland, Ore. law school. He grew up in Old Agoura and graduated Agoura High School in 2010. In fall 2017, the Wyss Foundation selected Lewis & Clark and its Environmental, Natural Resources and Energy […]

2018-03-08 E-Edition

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Environmentally disproportionate

Environmentalists always want to punish the many for the actions of the few. Now, for the actions of the few people that discard plastic straws, the rest of us can’t have them. If you are of a certain age, you will remember how paper straws got all soggy at their ends and you struggled to have them keep their shape. […]


THURS., MARCH 8 SVUSD Choir Festival 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. at St. Rose of Lima Church, 1305 Royal Ave., Simi Valley. Middle and high school choirs from Simi Valley Unified School District perform two pieces each and receive judges’feedback. Free, open to public. Simi Valley Community Council 11:30 a.m. at Rancho Santa Susana Community Center, room A, 5005 E. […]

Mad about the munchies

The annual Munch Madness and silent auction will run from 4 to 8 p.m. Sat., March 17 at Agoura High School, 28545 W. Driver Ave. The event is the main source of fund raising for the activities and events at Agoura High. The family-friendly day will have live music by local bands, food trucks, carnival games and a film festival. […]

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