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Andrew Voth, first Director of Oxnard’s Carnegie Art Museum, suffered a fatal heart attack on July 5th.

Andrew Voth, first Director of Oxnard’s Carnegie Art Museum, suffered a fatal heart attack on July 5th.

Andy Voth was Cultural Arts Supervisor and Museum Director from 1981 to 1994. An entrepreneurial, renaissance man, Andy simultaneously pursued a host of interests from studio art, choral music, spiritual philosophies, to business. He established the Museum from the former Carnegie Cultural Arts Center and had the vision to add to the permanent collection traditional […]

Unitarian Universalist Church of Ventura Service to Honor Rev. Jan Christian

Unitarian Universalist Church of Ventura Service to Honor Rev. Jan Christian

On Saturday, June 20 at 2:00 p.m., members of the public are invited to celebrate thirteen years of shared ministry between the Unitarian Universalist Church of Ventura and the Rev. Jan Christian. A reception will follow. The service will feature remarks from many of Rev. Christian’s ministerial and church colleagues and will feature music from […]

On How It Began: Remembering to honor…Decoration Day

On How It Began: Remembering to honor…Decoration Day

Camarillo City Council honors volunteers at their April 8th meeting

Camarillo City Council honors volunteers at their April 8th meeting

At the Camarillo City Council meeting on April 8th, price Mayor Bill Little presented two volunteers with Certificates of Appreciation. Camarillo’s Police Chief, Monica McGrath, was also on hand for the presentation. These volunteers put in significant hours of police work which the police department cannot accomplish at current staff levels. The volunteers also serve […]

Impressions from the Never Quit Challenge

Impressions from the Never Quit Challenge

Editor’s Note:  Just this week, veterans and military personnel took on the Never Quit Challenge (prior CJ Story HERE), an arduous trek down from Morro Bay to San Diego by Jet Ski.  It was done to honor and support (three charities who serve the military and their families benefited from money raised) those who have […]

On 9/11 Ventura/Oxnard Firefighters to honor those who perished

On 9/11 Ventura/Oxnard Firefighters to honor those who perished

On Thursday morning, September 11th, all Ventura  Fire Department stations will hold special remembrances for the first responders and civilians who lost their lives on September 11, 2001. City officials, law enforcement personnel, and civilians are invited to visit any of the Ventura City Fire Department stations to participate in the brief ceremony. The remembrance […]

Memorial Day as seen through an artist’s lense

Memorial Day as seen through an artist’s lense

All photo and words are from award winning photographer, David Pu’u, we felt it’s good to always keep in mind what Memorial Day really means. Memorial Day Is… A culture which does not connect accurately, reverentially or beautifully with it’s past, is akin to a rudderless boat: doomed to be at the whim of waves […]

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