2018-09-06 E-Edition

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Teenage angst

As a teen, I feel as if there is nothing to do in Agoura. Our town is often referred to as “the bubble,” and for good reason. There seems to be nothing to do for high school/middle school students in Agoura. The most entertaining and free options my friends and I have found are walking around, going to various stores […]

Historic property brought back to life

Interfaith song celebration

Give peace a chance—and a new song—during an interfaith and multicultural celebration later this month. The community is invited to perform an original song, “We All Pray the Same,” during the event from 7 to 9 p.m. Fri., Sept. 21 in the sanctuary of the Westlake Village Global Truth Center, 880 Hampshire Road, Westlake Village. The free event is in […]

‘Do not go gentle into that good night’

Reading is important

As a former English teacher and a mother who has raised three successful members of society, I believe that parents need to be open to the readings assigned to their students. Fear is what drives people to say no to literature—fear and the need for control. Allowing your children exposure under the watchful eyes of teachers is the best way […]

Ruby Jean Main Tebbetts

… passed away at her home in Agoura Hills on August 15, 2018. She lived 95 wonderful years. She was born March 7, 1923 in Vancouver, Canada, and moved to Southern California when she was 3 years old with her loving parents. She married Richard Henry Tebbetts, a World War II veteran, who passed before her on April 6, 2006. […]

Singing their hearts out for charity

You could say Abigail Thompson is a “Dancing Queen.” The 15-year-old Westlake High School sophomore has been dancing in Pacific Ballet Festival’s shows since the fourth grade. She’s been studying dance and musical theater for even longer. That’s why it’s a natural move that she’ll be performing the classic ABBA song at the inaugural Charity Karaoke Sing for a Cause […]

Free, fall-themed open house sales event at Landsea Homes on Sept. 15

Family-friendly activities will take place from 2 to 5 p.m.

Homebuyers are invited to celebrate autumn and “Fall in Love with a Westerly Home” at Landsea Homes’ sales event from 2 to 5 p.m. Sat., Sept. 15. The party is open to the public and will take place at The Westerly, a new residential community in Simi Valley. Homebuyers will be able to tour the six model homes at The […]

Election conflict?

I see that one of the candidates for Westlake Village City Council, Ray Pearl, is a lobbyist for the housing industry. What could go wrong with that idea? Jonathan GreenspanWestlake Village

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