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“The High Frontier” Live Premiere and Release

“The High Frontier” Live Premiere and Release

“The High Frontier: The Untold Story of Gerard K. O’Neill” tells the untold story of Dr. Gerard K. O’Neill who in 1977 wrote the book, The High Frontier: Human Colonies in Space, which sparked a grassroots movement to build Earth-like habitats in space in order to solve Earth’s greatest crises. The film is told through […]

Dr. César Morales Sworn-In as Ventura County Superintendent of Schools

Dr. César Morales Sworn-In as Ventura County Superintendent of Schools

Dr. César Morales was formally sworn-in today as the new Ventura County Superintendent of Schools, becoming the first Latino and first person of color to hold the office since it was created in 1873. In an outdoor ceremony this morning at the Ventura County Office of Education in Camarillo, California State Assemblymember Jacqui Irwin administered […]

Pharmacy Technician Job Opportunities in Westlake Village and Moorpark!

Pharmacy Technician Job Opportunities in Westlake Village and Moorpark!

  Pharmacy Technician Job Opportunities! Online classes, real teachers. Register today.  And be sure to… Like Us on Facebook… For latest news, classes and more, Like us on Facebook:  Go to  Facebook.com/ConejoValleyAdultSchool and click the Like button. A full array of classes awaits you for Spring 2021. Register now for Computer, Medical, and Enrichment classes. Online registration is […]

TEDxSantaBarbara and CEC Announce the Spring Series of Making Waves: Conversations with Influencers and Disruptors

TEDxSantaBarbara and CEC Announce the Spring Series of Making Waves: Conversations with Influencers and Disruptors

  TEDxSataBarbara & Community Environmental Council Collaborate on the 2021 Making Waves Spring Speaker Series Kicking off in Earth Month, events offer expert insights on intersecting issues of pandemic, sustainability, creativity, and social justice .The series features subject matter experts and change makers from around the world sharing thought-provoking insights on the current Pandemic, along […]

Reign of Terror Halfway to Halloween Haunted House

Reign of Terror Halfway to Halloween Haunted House

  REIGN OF TERROR HAUNTED HOUSE DONATES ANNUALLY TO YOUNG ARTISTS ENSEMBLE’S CONEJO THEATRE FOR EVERYONE (CTFE) PROGRAM Special Event tickets are available now! Reign of Terror will OPEN  Friday, April 23 and Saturday, April 24, 2021 It’s been 6 months since we all missed Halloween last Fall. There’s no better time than RIGHT NOW to […]

Dr. Julius Sokenu Named Moorpark College President

Dr. Julius Sokenu Named Moorpark College President

The Ventura County Community College District board of trustees announces that Dr. Julius Sokenu has been named the president of Moorpark College, pending contract approval. Sokenu has served as the interim president since 2019 and has been with the college for 14 years. “Dr. Sokenu is a visionary leader who supports the college’s approximately 14,000 […]

The 2020 Panel ZOOM Call: Major General (Retired) Robert F. “Bob” Dees

The 2020 Panel ZOOM Call: Major General (Retired) Robert F. “Bob” Dees

    FREE Lecture Series Monday, April 19, 2021 REGISTER NOW Major General (Retired) Robert F. “Bob” Dees “If the Foundations are Destroyed, What Can the Righteous Do?” Psalm 11:3 asks the question, “What can the Righteous do?”  Do We have a Grand Strategy?  What is our primary Enemy?  How do we defeat this Enemy?  How DO we […]

Pleasant Valley Recreation and Park District Reopened April 12

Pleasant Valley Recreation and Park District Reopened April 12

PRESS RELEASE Pleasant Valley Recreation and Park Distric Opening Monday, April 12 It feels great to finally be able to re-open our offices to the public! We hope you come to see us soon. Here is an update of the expanded hours and programs that we are currently able to offer you: Admin Office We’re […]

CA School Reopenings are “Just OK”

CA School Reopenings are “Just OK”

Column Chantal Lovell, California Policy Center As a communications professional, I spend a lot of time thinking about advertisements and commercials. Whether it’s the reminder of the best part of waking up, the recognition that there are some things money can’t buy, or the predictably similar COVID-era commercials, ad campaigns often play in the background of my mind. […]

Does the Nuremberg Code (really) Matter?

Does the Nuremberg Code (really) Matter?

  THE HEALTHY AMERICAN The Nuremberg Code is a set of 10 principles on the limits and protections related to human experimentation. It was created in 1947 after the horrors of WW II. These principles are intended to protect those from forced medical experiments. But, do they really apply here in the US? In this […]