The Acorn incorrectly reported that Jeff Cooper, who is accused of multiple counts of child molestation, is the resident of a Park Miramar home that he owns and also operates as a Jewish house of worship. Cooper is alleged to have committed the crimes at his personal residence in Calabasas, which is separate from the Park Miramar property. Detectives are […]

Free clinic adds more legal services

The Conejo Free Clinic in Thousand Oaks has expanded the weekly schedule for its 41-year Legal Clinic program, including new areas of the law for people needing advice and guidance. Free of charge, the nonprofit program provides over 50 legal clinics annually for low-income people in family, bankruptcy, landlord/tenant, trusts and estates and criminal law. New services were recently launched […]

Young artists to perform

The Thousand Oaks Philharmonic will host eight young classical musicians performing with a live orchestra. The concert will take place at 7:30 p.m. Fri., July 20 at the Camarillo United Methodist Church, 291 Anacapa Drive, and be repeated at 2:30 p.m. Sun., July 22 at the Scherr Forum Theater, Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza, 2100 T.O. Blvd. For the Camarillo […]

Creativity on display

ARTISTS TALK—UCLA and Belmont Village Senior Living present the “Conversations with Art” exhibit at the Belmont Calabasas facility. At the recent opening reception are, from left, Elanit Cohen with Belmont Village; artists Jill Waterman, Elaine Svenonius and Sharon Belkin; and Belmont executive director Nancy Nelson. To arrange a viewing, community members can call (818) 222-2600.

Sidewalk work nears completion

Improvements are taking shape along Westlake Boulevard

The Westlake sidewalk project crew has stepped it up and is running ahead of schedule, a city official said this week. The actual sidewalk construction was finished June 24, said project manager Mike Tohedian. Now the crew is adding in missing curb ramps on corners between Triunfo Canyon Road and the freeway that don’t have them, he said. Tohidian expects […]


Take time for tea The Woodland Hills Woman’s Club will host its annual Summertime Tea fundraiser from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sat., Aug. 4 at St. Bernadine’s Parish Hall, 24410 Calvert St., Woodland Hills. Tea sandwiches, scones, desserts and teas will be served. The event will also have entertainment, a silent auction and vendors for shopping. Proceeds will support […]

Revenge leads to murder in classic tale

Jealousy, racial hostility, deception and revenge drive “Othello,” the classic tragedy that closes out Kingsmen Shakespeare Company’s 22nd season. Performances take place Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays at 8 p.m. July 20 through Aug. 5 in Kingsmen Park on the Thousand Oaks campus of Cal Lutheran University. The grounds open at 5:30 p.m. for picnicking and entertainment. Othello, a Moor general […]

Healthy lifestyle includes reusing, recycling trash

COMMENTARY /// Protecting the environment

The familiar call to arms has been “reduce, reuse and recycle”— in that order specifically. But too many people think they are doing right by recycling only, when the best course of action is to first reduce, then reuse. To reduce means to use less and be aware of the environmental impact the items you use have on the planet. […]

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