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Ojai Shred Event

Ojai Shred Event

Don’t be a victim of Identity Theft! On Saturday, June 16, the Ojai Police and Sheriff Explorers along with Confidential Data Destruction Company (CDDC) will host a secure paper-shredding event at the Nordhoff High School parking lot, at 1401 Maricopa Highway, from 9 am until 12 noon. This event is open to all Ojai residents […]

Syncopated Ladies, the Viral Tap Dance Sensations, are Coming to The PACC in July

Syncopated Ladies, the Viral Tap Dance Sensations, are Coming to The PACC in July

On Sunday, July 15, they’ll be conducting a free community tap workshop from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Space is limited and reservations are required. The following Sunday, July 22, they’ll perform a stunning show at 6 p.m. for audiences of all ages. Set to today’s hottest music, Syncopated Ladies will bring fierce footwork with […]

Dignity Health St. John’s Stroke Program Strikes ‘Gold’

Dignity Health St. John’s Stroke Program Strikes ‘Gold’

Dignity Health’s St. John’s Regional Medical Center (SJRMC) and St. John’s Pleasant Valley Hospital (SJPVH) are proud recipients of the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association’s 2018 Get With The Guidelines®-Stroke Gold Plus Quality Achievement Award. Both hospitals have also earned a spot on the Target: Stroke Elite Honor Roll. To receive the Gold Plus Quality […]

Ventura Rebuilds Green Expo, Saturday, June 16

Ventura Rebuilds Green Expo, Saturday, June 16

The City of  Ventura Community Development Department and Environmental Sustainability Division are hosting a Ventura Strong Rebuilds Green Expo on Saturday, June 16, 2018, from 11am-3pm in the Atrium at City Hall, 501 Poli Street, Ventura. This expo is for residents in the city of Ventura who have been severely affected by the Thomas Fire, […]

Young Talent & Professional Dancers Join together to Present Agoura Hills Dance & Performing Arts Center 16th Annual Production of ‘Alice in Wonderland’

Young Talent & Professional Dancers Join together to Present Agoura Hills Dance & Performing Arts Center 16th Annual Production of ‘Alice in Wonderland’

Families are invited to a fun evening filled with music and dance at the 16th Annual Production of ‘Alice in Wonderland’ presented by the Agoura Hill Dance & Performing Arts Center on Sunday, June 24 at 7 pm. at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts, 2100 Thousand Oaks Boulevard. The colorful, whimsical ballet will be set […]

“Progressives” Against (Economic) Progress

“Progressives” Against (Economic) Progress

  by Thomas L. Knapp One week it’s ride-sharing. The next week it’s home-sharing. The week after that, cryptocurrency.  There’s no end of economic change to perpetually wring one’s hands over or, worse,  demand government action against. Most opponents of the sharing economy, the gig economy, the cryptocurrency economy, etc., posture as “progressives” even as […]

Artist Talk: Traveling with Paints, The Joy of Painting in Foreign Lands

Artist Talk: Traveling with Paints, The Joy of Painting in Foreign Lands

Saturday, June 16, 2018, at 2:00pm at the Santa Paula Art Museum. Admission to the talk is included with regular museum admission, which is $4 for adults, $3 for seniors, and free for students and museum members. On Saturday, June 16, Pasadena plein air artist Laurie Hendricks will host an artist talk at the Santa […]

Thousand Oaks Police Department and Fire Department “Coffee with the Chiefs” Community Outreach Program

Thousand Oaks Police Department and Fire Department “Coffee with the Chiefs” Community Outreach Program

On Monday, June 18th, from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m., stop by and meet your Thousand Oaks Police Chief  Tim Hagel and Thousand Oaks Fire Chief John Spykerman at The Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf at 487 North Moorpark Road. The police and fire chiefs invite you to share your concerns of your neighborhood, openly, over a […]

June Traffic Safety Awareness – Share The Road

June Traffic Safety Awareness – Share The Road

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 presenting 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 […]

Exodus

Exodus

  By Richard Colman Leaving one place for another is not new.  About 3,000 years ago, the Jewish people left slavery in Egypt and set forth for the Promised Land.  A book of the Bible is named “Exodus.” There have been other exoduses.  Over last several centuries, millions of people left religious persecution and economic […]