2019-03-07

Daylight saving starts Sunday

Daylight saving time begins 2 a.m. Sun., March 10. Before going to bed the night of Sat., March 9, remember to “spring forward” and turn clocks up one hour. While no daylight is actually saved, the shifting of clocks allows for more hours of sunlight in the evening. Arizona and Hawaii are the only two states that don’t observe daylight […]

Club makes big impact on local charities

Impact Club Conejo Valley will meet from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Tues., March 26 at North Ranch Community Center, 1400 N. Westlake Blvd., Westlake Village. All interested persons may attend. Jay and Michelle Lieberman launched the Impact Club about two years ago. The member-based group donates to charitable causes in Conejo Valley communities. Impact Club lets philanthropic donors pool their […]

New York here we come

CHS choirs to sing at Carnegie Hall

Distinguished Concerts International New York City recently announced that director Joshua Barroll and the Calabasas High School choirs have been invited to participate in Total Vocal in the DCINY Concert Series on Sun., March 24 in Isaac Stern Auditorium at Carnegie Hall, New York City. The local musicians will join with other choristers from around the world. Total Vocal is […]

Calabasas’ Cheylov is the Acorn’s MVP

ACORN MVP— Calabasas High boys’ basketball senior guard Max Cheylov, right, drives to the hoop against Crespi in the CIF-Southern Section Division 1 playoffs. Cheylov was the Marmonte League MVP last season, but didn’t get the award this year despite being the best player on the best team in the league. He settled for the All-League first team. He is, […]

Wine room bouncing back followingfire

Wood Ranch residence with lots of parking and a low HOA fee

Backyard includes patio, pool with beach-front entrance, spa, fire pit and built-in barbecue

In Ventura County at the southwestern end of Simi Valley is the master-planned community of Wood Ranch, which was developed in the mid-1980s. The community offers its residents many options for work commutes to cities in L.A. and Ventura counties, numerous tourist destinations to visit, parks and trailheads for hiking, and schools at all levels of education. This four-bedroom, threebath […]

Rah, rah for the cheer team

CROWD PLEASERS—The Agoura High School cheerleaders, under the direction of coach Emily Costas, win first place in the Crowdleading category at the USA National Championship Competition in Anaheim last weekend. This is the team’s 18th time winning the award.

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Local stars keep hoop dreams alive in professional, college circuits



“Don’t die in the waiting room of the future.” East German punk rockers, before the fall of the Berlin Wall, spewed that slogan. That urgency against complacency, against the dying of the light, against the Stasi secret police . . . wait a minute, the snot otter is being told to stick to sports. Not a problem. In this special […]

Sheriff’s Blotter

Agoura Hills On Feb. 28 someone stole a woman’s wallet out of her purse while she shopped at the Trader Joe’s on Canwood St. The wallet contained the woman’s driver’s license, credit cards and gift cards. The stolen property was worth $85. A person broke into Joe’s Shoe Repair on Kanan Road the night of Feb. 28. The perpetrator smashed […]

Backyard has a covered patio, water feature and tropical plants

Home’s entry area has marble flooring

This home is on a cul-de-sac in guard-gated Rancho Conejo. The open and airy floor plan has five bedrooms, a loft and 4.5 baths. The entry has marble flooring and a dual staircase. The formal living and dining rooms have hand-distressed walnut floors. Updated appliances, abundant storage and granite counters are in the kitchen, which opens to a large family […]


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