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Watchdog group exposes potential terrorist at SFSU

Watchdog group exposes potential terrorist at SFSU

Campus anti-Semitism watchdog group AMCHA (phonetic “your people” in Hebrew) Initiative announced yesterday that its effort to alert administrators and police about a potential terrorist at San Francisco State University (SFSU) was successful. They emailed this letter to their supporters:  “Thank you to all of you.  Because of your calls to San Francisco State University […]

2064 Visioning Project City of Thousand Oaks looks into the future

2064 Visioning Project City of Thousand Oaks looks into the future

By Daniel Gelman “Over 50% of Thousand Oaks residents will be over 60 years of age by 2030 or sooner. Some of the nation’s top demographers are concerned about a possible emerging sell-off of homes by senior ‘Baby Boomers.’ But the ‘Millennial Generation’ cannot afford the houses. Some observers say this could lead to the […]

Since They Went Away – The contrasting careers of Shirley Temple and Phillip Seymour Hoffman

Since They Went Away – The contrasting careers of Shirley Temple and Phillip Seymour Hoffman

By Daniel Gelman I liked Phillip Seymour Hoffman. There was something endearing about him, despite his somewhat dubious contribution to the quality of American entertainment. In addition to some of his serious stage work and memorable film roles, he played a number of sketchy characters with questionable moral values. These included: a pedophiliac priest, a […]

Fillmore Fusion – Successful local musician Jayme Lewis wears many hats

Fillmore Fusion – Successful local musician Jayme Lewis wears many hats

by Daniel Gelman If you want to make a living playing the electric bass while living in Fillmore, drug you have to be clever, creative, and conscientious. Jayme Lewis, 27, found that out early and committed himself to a flexible schedule, an open mind, and the focused concentration of a master musician. When he isn’t […]

The New Heroes: Reflections on the Super Bowl

The New Heroes: Reflections on the Super Bowl

By Daniel Gelman The era of mild public manners is over. It left the scene with the passing of Johnny Carson and Perry Como. Some of us miss it, but not enough of us to bring it back. The new America is “in your face, viagra 60mg ” and damn proud of it. The Super Bowl […]

Local Girl Still Swinging: Rosanne Cash debuts new album

Local Girl Still Swinging: Rosanne Cash debuts new album

By Daniel Gelman   Rosanne Cash, recipe daughter of the late Country singer Johnny Cash and his first wife Vivian Liberto Cash Distin, sick just released her latest studio “concept” album on January 14, try called The River & the Thread. It’s currently receiving critical acclaim. This soulful local crooner seems to personify the restless, […]

Camarillo Coffee Roasters/Tea Brewers have a Global Reach

Camarillo Coffee Roasters/Tea Brewers have a Global Reach

Spotlight on Business By Daniel Gelman American manufacturing is alive and kicking in an unassuming industrial park in Camarillo. International Coffee & Tea, salve LLC, buy alias Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf operates a coffee roasting and tea brewing facility at 33939 Pancho Road off the Pleasant Valley Rd/Santa Rosa Road exit of the 101 […]

The “Spirit” of the Season – Football meets the Holidays

The “Spirit” of the Season – Football meets the Holidays

By Daniel Gelman The most exciting part of football season is upon us. Interestingly it always coincides with one of our most exciting spiritual seasons. When the two combine in the form of sportsmanship, teamwork, and self-sacrifice, the joy is compounded. Nordhoff High School of Ojai represented the county at the highest level. Oaks Christian […]

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