2018-06-14

Previous developments not to blame

In response to last week’s editorial that said: “Once those (hills) are gone, they never come back, just like the hills that were destroyed and the open space that was eliminated when many of the opponents to Cornerstone moved into their own new homes years ago. The hypocrisy is apparent.” There is a gigantic difference between a few single family […]

Questions to ask before heading home

Flying Squirrel

The first time you travel to a new destination, or the first time you try a new kind of vacation, there may be a lot you don’t know. Sometimes this experience can be exciting. Trying something new or seeing a destination for the first time is one of the great pleasures of travel. Often things go well in our travels, […]

At the Library

The Agoura Hills Library will offer the following free programs at 29901 Ladyface Court. Used book donations to the Book Cellar help fund these and other activities. For large collection pick-up, call (818) 584 7219. For more information, call visit lacountylibrary.org/libs/ agourahills or call (818) 889- 2278. Mon., June 11 at 5 p.m., Summer Movie Classics will screen a 1944 […]

Students receive Reagan Scholarships

More than a dozen high school seniors from Ventura County received a total of $50,000 in scholarships last week from the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation and Institute in Simi Valley. Andy Jin, a Westlake High School senior headed to Stanford University this fall, received the top scholarship award of $7,000 at a May 16 presentation at the Reagan Library in […]

Remodeled Westlake Bay end unit with two private patios

This two-bedroom, three-bath Westlake Bay townhome end unit has been remodeled. The house is light and bright with vaulted ceilings, oversize sliders leading to patios, freshly painted and newer wide plank laminate wood floors and plush neutral carpet throughout. The formal living room has a stone fireplace and views of the private and landscaped patio. The central level has an […]

She gives a coot

I enjoyed reading Gloria Glasser’s “coot” story in last week’s Acorn. My heart breaks for the shunned chick. I am reading a collection of short stories by Rob Rash titled “Something Rich and Strange.” Glasser’s writing reminded me of Rash’s powerful and often heartbreaking stories about nature and people. Thanks for sharing her talent. Kim SteinAgoura Hills

Missing Dad and his pasty white bird legs

Hot Flashes

As June busts out all over, I gotta throw stuff on the barbie just like Pops did. It’s part of my genetically underperforming DNA. With burners on liftoff, I showcase my talent for making charcoal briquets out of Gelsons’ ribeyes. Converting anything once $24.99 per pound to carbon is my specialty. And Daddy-O, that’s when I picture you at work […]

Westlake is the place to be on July 4

Parade, festivities at the park and afireworks spectacular on tap

Residents of all ages can participate in the 49th annual Westlake Village Fourth of July Parade. A full morning of activities is planned starting with the Boy Scout Troop 752 pancake breakfast at 8 a.m. at the former Westlake Village Hospital site, 4415 Lakeview Canyon Road. This year’s event includes a costume contest at 9:20 a.m. The parade movement begins […]

College Standouts

Zachary Sherin, a business administration major from Westlake Village, made the dean’s list for spring 2018 at Northeastern University in Boston. Sherin is also a member of the Northeastern Honors Program. From Agoura Hills, Clara Cutbill and Leon Leeds also made the school’s dean’s list, as did Adam Anwar and Joseph Handel from Calabasas. Jacob Picker from Calabasas and David […]

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