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Conejo Players Theatre Performance Notice – A Midsummer Camp’s Dream

Conejo Players Theatre Performance Notice – A Midsummer Camp’s Dream

A Midsummer Camp’s Dream By Terence Patrick Hughes Producers/Directors:  Elena Mills, Beth Eslick Music Composer/Director:  Michael Kronenberg Performance Dates:  July 24 at 7pm via Zoom.  Tickets: To purchase, “Pay What You Can” tickets or for more info, visit www.conejoplayers.org        or call the Box Office at 805-495-3715 or (Once you purchase a ticket, the Zoom link […]

Police Reform Now – Why We Distrust and Fear the Cops

Police Reform Now – Why We Distrust and Fear the Cops

    By Armando Vazquez To quote the late artist genius Gil Scott-Heron in his seminal poem written in 1978,  A poem for Jose Campos Torres, “I had said I wasn’t gonna write no more poems like this. I had confessed to myself all along, tracer of life, poetry trends. That awareness, consciousness, poems that […]

Is America Starting Down the Path of Nazi Germany?

Is America Starting Down the Path of Nazi Germany?

    By Wayne Allyn Root I cannot express how truly sad writing this OpEd has made me. But I’m a patriotic American. And I’m an American Jew. I have studied the beginnings of Nazi Germany and the Holocaust. And I can clearly see parallels with what is happening in America today. Thank God we […]

New Digital Tool Helps Metrolink Riders Social Distance

New Digital Tool Helps Metrolink Riders Social Distance

  LOS ANGELES – Metrolink, Southern California’s passenger rail service, today launches an online tool called “How Full Is My Train?”. The tool allows riders to check recent ridership levels of a train they plan to ride and confirm they will have the ability to maintain safe distances on board trains.  Metrolink’s goal is to keep ridership […]

Conejo Players Theatre Audition Notice

Conejo Players Theatre Audition Notice

    Car Park Theatre: Turning our Driveway into Broadway! Director/Producer: Gabriel Vega and Beth Eslick Fundraising Chair: Renee Delgado Rose Audition Dates & Times:  Monday July 6, 7pm – 9:30pm Tuesday July 7, 7pm – 9:30pm Wednesday July 8, 7pm – 9:30pm Audition Location: Live via Zoom! Performance Dates:  August 15, 2020 at 5pm and […]

Conejo Players’ Free 2020 Workshop Series

Conejo Players’ Free 2020 Workshop Series

The Conejo Players Theatre is happy to announce its July schedule of “Saturday Afternoon Live!” We will continue our exciting series of presentations and workshops on many aspects of the theatrical journey! All of these adventures will be directly available to your living rooms via Zoom!  These no-cost workshops are brought to you by experts […]

Proud To Be An American

Proud To Be An American

    By Michael Greer Even when I was a little girl growing up in Santa Barbara, I felt lucky to have been born in America. I don’t recall anyone telling me I should feel that way but I do remember my parents saying to us kids, “eat your dinner, there are starving Armenians”.  Of course, […]

Beaches Closed Temporarily, Businesses Open

Beaches Closed Temporarily, Businesses Open

    Channel Islands Harbor Director’s Message – July 2020 In his latest message, Director Sandoval discusses 4th of July and planning and development. Learn More Harbor Beaches Temporarily Closed Ventura County beaches will be closed this holiday weekend from 5 a.m. on July 3 through July 6 at 5 a.m. to prevent crowding that […]

Young Writers Camp South Coast Writing Project

Young Writers Camp South Coast Writing Project

WHO: South Coast Writing Project WHAT: Young Writers Camp Online WHERE: Zoom! WHEN: Camps run at various dates and times through July; see individual descriptions below WHY: We are an education non-profit out of UCSB that’s been holding youth writing camps since 1993. This year we are taking our camps online and making them donation-only […]

Another Giant of Science Has Passed

Another Giant of Science Has Passed

    By Paul Driessen Another giant of science, history and scholarship has left our world. Dennis T. Avery died June 21 at age 83. With the passing of this “gifted scholar and communicator, the world became a less interesting place,” former Heartland Institute president and CEO Joe Bast commented.   Avery’s career was indeed […]

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