June 2, 2005 RSS feed / Front Page

Health & Wellness

Banking umbilical cord blood can save lives

When a baby is born, the parents have a unique opportunity: they can More...

UCLA study seeks adults with memory-loss complaints

The drug Aricept delayed patients More...

Free vision consultations to be offered

Are the numbers on your watching becoming difficult to read? Free low-vision consultations will be available from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. More...

Calendar

THURS., JUNE 2

Clogging for All Ages Conejo Valley Cloggers teaches all ages, all levels at 6:45 p.m. More...

Schools

All events (subject to change) are listed by name, location and time if provided. If calendars are modified, school sources are asked to contact us with updated information at steve@theacorn.com. More...

Musical theater workshops to be offered for teens this summer

Youth ages 15 and older are invited to attend a new musical theatre workshop, More...

Father, daughter have a peaceful moment at Sequoia’s Sock Hop

HAVING A NICE TIME More...

Business

Changing demographics to shift makeup of workforce

As the number of workers nearing retirement grows, companies have begun bracing for their departure, a new survey suggests. More...

Police

Newbury Park

At noon on May 22 in the 1800 block of West Hillcrest Drive, police arrested a suspect for forgery, identity theft and receiving stolen property. More...

Faith

Hadassah opens emergency room in Israel

THOUSAND OAKS RESIDENTS ATTEND EVENT OVERSEAS More...

Jewish life to be celebrated in T.O

Singer, actor and raconteur Theodore Bikel will headline More...

Columns

The location: Eastbound Borchard Road between Los Vientos and San Antonio Place in Newbury Park The problem: Motorists aren More...

Q: After my funeral, I want my body cremated. Choosing a funeral home isn More...

Real Estate

This Single Story Home Is A Deal That Can’t Be Passed Up

This single-story 3-bedroom, 2-bathroom home with nearly 1600 square feet is a deal that can More...

Mike Weaver

Mike Weaver of Paramount Properties was recently congratulated by president/broker Syd Leibovitch and his branch manager, Lu Duffy of the Calabasas office, for his recent production. More...

Shere Falls

Shere Falls has recently been congratulated by President/Broker Syd Leibovitch and Calabasas Branch Manager Lu Duffy. More...

RV storage process begins again in T.O

Although their proposal was rejected last year, Hollywood Storage Center is still interested in building a recreational vehicle storage facility for Thousand Oaks, despite what a company representative said are unrealistic expectations by the city. More...

Stagecoach Museum to host Jamboree

PICTURESQUE More...

Community

Popular principal transferred despite parents’ protest

Principal Jennifer Boone is moved by the love and support of students and parents. More...

Five to serve on WIB board of directors

The Workforce Investment Board of Ventura County (WIB) recently welcomed John La Rocca, Janice Stack, Linda Denver, Ernestine Lopez and Bernardo Perez as the newest board members. More...

City will consider changing traffic barriers on Borchard Road

The traffic barriers along Borchard Road brought out a range of strong opinions by residents and city officials at a recent Thousand Oaks City Council meeting. More...

On the Town

Conejo Players to present comedy ‘Beau Jest’

The Conejo Players Theatre will present More...

Local composer scores, now promotes ‘Trolls’

He began his career in New York, then moved to Hollywood to write scores for television shows and movies. Now Thousand Oaks resident Richard DeBenedictis is returning to his roots, creating musical scores for the theater. More...

Ottmar Liebert, Luna Negra to perform at The Canyon

Grammy-nominated, platinumselling guitarist Ottmar Liebert and his band Luna Negra will perform at More...

Sports

A busy day on the diamond for Oaks Christian

Season statistics tell us that every time Oaks Christian standout Taylor Schlopy gets on base there More...

Cool and confident Lions bring home volleyball title

Even senior Kevin McClure More...

Players say local passion for lacrosse is not a fad

Part two of a two-part series

Oak Park senior Steven Darrow and his younger brother, Sam, are unquestionably two of the Southern California Lacrosse Association More...

Letters

P6 restaurant is defended

I am writing in response to the Thousand Oaks Acorn article of May 19 regarding complaints about the P6 restaurant. My wife and I have lived in the Stoneybrook development since 1987 on the opposite side from the restaurant. More...

Another unhappy parent sounds off on Everyday Math

I have a firstand second-grade child and two 3-year-olds. I work with both of them throughout the year on both math and reading. More...

Life has deteriorated in T.O

A hearty congratulations to Gatch on his controversial departure and brilliant career working for the city of Thousand Oaks. Though I More...

Editorials

No community is immune from violence

The tragedies in the Thousand Oaks area earlier this week serve to remind us that no place is immune from violence. More...