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Police Department Offers “Start” Smart” Driving Program for Young Adult Drivers

Police Department Offers “Start” Smart” Driving Program for Young Adult Drivers

The Thousand Oaks Police Department will be hosting a program to educate newly licensed and future licensed drivers on August 7th from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Thousand Oaks Police Station Community Room. The “Start Smart” Driving Program is a cooperative effort between the California Highway Patrol, Thousand Oaks Police Department, teenage drivers, […]

Entertainment Lineup Announced for 26th Annual Oxnard Salsa Festival

Entertainment Lineup Announced for 26th Annual Oxnard Salsa Festival

Oxnard, CA–The entertainment schedule is set for 26th Annual Oxnard Salsa Festival held in Oxnard July 27 and 28 in Oxnard. The lineup features hot salsa, Latin and Cuban sounds performed by musicians from around the world. Nonstop music on the festival’s main stage will be featured both days at Plaza Park  from 11:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Here is […]

‘Big Gun’ National Republican Coming to California Conservative Conference at the Tea Party California Caucus

‘Big Gun’ National Republican Coming to California Conservative Conference at the Tea Party California Caucus

FRESNO — California’s Republicans are refusing to surrender in 2020 despite the drubbing the state GOP received at the ballot box in 2018. At its July 19 conference in Fresno, the Tea Party California Caucus will hear from David Carney, a revered campaign strategist and winner of numerous state and national campaigns. “Big, big gun,” […]

Democratic Candidates Are Running a Race of Authenticity

Democratic Candidates Are Running a Race of Authenticity

  By Victor Davis Hanson An epidemic of false identities, massaged resumes and warped ancestries has broken out among the current Democratic presidential primary candidates. Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) for years claimed Native American ancestry. An embattled Warren ironically took a DNA test that only proved her critics’ contention that she was no more of […]

August 1st, 2019 SOLO Art Show Rica Coulter ‘Gathering’

August 1st, 2019 SOLO Art Show  Rica Coulter ‘Gathering’

  5:30pm-9:30pm  |  STUDIO D @ SBCAST 513 Garden Street, Santa Barbara For Immediate Release; Santa Barbara Calif. – July 11, 2019   New exhibition hosted by open i art space featuring collage artist Rica Coulter. Rica’s lifelong dedication to art started as a child, drawing and painting in Brooklyn, New York. She studied printmaking at the Colorado Springs Fine Art […]

Surf Contest at Point Mugu is Open to the Public

Surf Contest at Point Mugu is Open to the Public

The surf contest, held July 20-21 beginning at noon daily, is open to the public with free admission and parking. This is an exciting opportunity for the surfing community to access some of the best waves Southern California has to offer. The Southern swell, submarine canyon, and sandbars cause a distinctive and larger wave break […]

Did Jeffrey Epstein “Belong to Intelligence?”

Did Jeffrey Epstein “Belong to Intelligence?”

  By Thomas L. Knapp In 2008, billionaire asset manager Jeffrey Epstein’s lawyers negotiated a very favorable plea bargain in Florida, under which he served a mere 13 months in jail — in his own private wing, with 12 hours of daily “work release” — on a single charge of soliciting prostitution from a minor […]

Thousand Oaks Police Department Traffic Safety Awareness – “Click it or Ticket”

Thousand Oaks Police Department Traffic Safety Awareness – “Click it or Ticket”

The Thousand Oaks Police Department continues to promote traffic safety within the community. In an effort to recognize certain hazards while driving, the Traffic Bureau is continuing a monthly traffic awareness reminder program, addressing a traffic topic each month. While we focus on a specific topic each month, it’s always imperative to constantly strive to […]

Celebrity Chef Bal Arneson Hosts Free Live Cooking Demo for the Public at Community Memorial Hospital on Wednesday, July 17

Celebrity Chef Bal Arneson Hosts Free Live Cooking Demo for the Public at Community Memorial Hospital on Wednesday, July 17

(Ventura, California) The media and public are invited to attend a free live cooking demonstration with celebrity chef and author Bal Arneson, who will cook and serve her Indian dishes at the new Community Memorial Hospital’s Brent Street Café on Wednesday, July 17. The public is invited to attend and reservations are not necessary. Community […]

Pro-Small Biz-California Fights Legislature

Pro-Small Biz-California Fights Legislature

  By Richard Eber, California Political News and Views   When things do not add up and seem to defy logic, the expression “Something is wrong with this picture” comes to mind. Such a predicament is the state of affairs in California for small business owners who struggle under the Progressive government of Gavin Newsom With […]