February 2, 2006 RSS feed / Front Page

Vandals draw swastikas in Agoura Hills

Deputies say vandals etched swastikas and other hate insignia into the paint of at least two vehicles last week in Agoura Hills. More...

Health & Wellness

Tips for kids when cancer strikes the family

This year, cancer will affect millions of families. For families with young children, such devastating news can leave children feeling frightened or confused. More...

The doctor is in

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Parents can guide teens about sex

Talking to teens about sex and relationships is more complicated than ever. More...

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THURS., FEB. 2 Dossier on Woodwork The 7 p.m. meeting of the Conejo Valley Woodworkers More...

Schools

Perspective Helps in Admission Process

Juniors, sophomores, and even freshmen are bombarded with messages about how tough it is to geinto college, and many of these students spend their high school years struggling with anxiety and the pressure to be perfect. More...

Salsa and swing class will support art alliance

From 7:30 to 11 p.m. Fri., Feb. 10, the Oak Park Performing Arts Alliance of Oak Park High School invites the community to More...

Lindero Canyon announces its Regional History Day team

At the culmination of the Lindero Canyon Middle School More...

Business

Moorpark Acorn wins Business of the Year

The Moorpark Acorn has been honored as Business of the Year by that city More...

Calabasas agent joins Transwestern

Transwestern Commercial Services, one of the largest privately held, full-service commercial real estate firms in the U.S., recently announced its West Coast region has recruited an established team of tenant advisory specialists headed by Calab More...

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Police

Agoura Hills Someone shattered the rear window of a Honda sedan parked Jan. 23 at Agoura High School while the owner was attending class. The loss was $400. The incident occurred on Jan. 23. More...

Family

The Commons to host free kids’ club Tuesdays

Beginning Feb. 7, The Commons at Calabasas will offer the Just 4 Kids Club to youth ages 10 and under from 6 to 6:30 p.m. Tuesdays at the community stage area between Mi Piace and Marmalade Caf More...

Tribute to a hero

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Oak Park will have youth night

The Kids More...

Columns

Deafness no obstacle for Adat Elohim rabbi

Agoura Hills resident Rebecca Dubowe holds the unique distinction of being the only deaf female rabbi in the world. More...

School bond gains early momentum

Poll says voters would approve the $125 million tax measure

Local voters appear likely to pass a new $125 million school bond measure, according to poll More...

Fire station construction bogs down

Station No. 89 on Canwood is further delayed

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Power steering

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Community

Chamber welcomes new leader, Hill recognized

The Calabasas Chamber of Commerce paid tribute to the past and outlined a vision for the future during its annual board of directors luncheon last week at the Calabasas Inn More...

Costs mounting as Oak Park continues water tank debat

The Triunfo Sanitation District board of directors has approved a pair of studies to investigate both the feasibility and the environmental impact of burying a new water tank in Oak Park. The tank will replace the aging Conifer tank. More...

Contractor picked for Kanan interchange

Work finally gets underway this month

Security Paving Company in Sun Valley will begin work on the 101 Freeway/Kanan interchange project at the end of February, Agoura Hills Assistant City Manager Jim Thorsen said last week. More...

Dining & Entertainment

Milano II restaurant closes down

The memories flowed as freely as the wine last Sunday night as Agoura Hills residents, both past and present, came together to say More...

“The New World”

Directed by: Terrence Malick Starring: Q More...

Comedy to explore fathers and sons

The Rubicon Theatre Company will host the Southern California premiere of More...

Sports

Calabasas boys’ basketball team continues to stymie foes

Matchup vs. Thousand Oaks Friday night could decide Marmonte title

After escaping with a one-point victory over Simi Valley Monday night at home, the Calabasas boys More...

Agoura wrestlers shine at Montclair Tournament

A trio of Agoura senior wrestlers placed during last weekend More...

Agoura girls’ soccer squad has Marmonte title in its sights

Chargers host Westlake Friday at 6 p.m.

The Agoura girls More...

Pets

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Let’s hear your ‘tails’

The Acorn invites you to send your favorite pet story for publication on the Critter Corner page. More...

Faith

Congregation moves into new facility

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Skirball exhibit salutes Jewish Family Service

JFS helps thousands of Angelenos each year
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Learn about Jewish music, culture

In February, the University of Judaism (UJ) will offer an array of seminars and lectures on such diverse subjects as great Jewish boxers and Latin Jewish culture. UJ is at 15600 Mulholland Drive, Bel Air. More...

Letters

Council member way off base regarding Lowe’s

In response to Councilman Bruno More...

The residents haven’t spoken

I don More...

Student actors are congratulated

I feel compelled to share my experience after watching this unique group of young men and More...

Editorials

Something phishy about e-mail

Criminals have found new and creative ways to use the Internet to obtain access to personal financial accounts, credit card numbers and other private data. The trend is frightening. More...

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