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America’s Teaching Zoo At Moorpark College Sparks Seasonal Cheer With “Wild Lights & Disco Nights”

America’s Teaching Zoo At Moorpark College Sparks Seasonal Cheer With “Wild Lights & Disco Nights”

Moorpark, Calif. —America’s Teaching Zoo at Moorpark College lights up the holiday season with its first-ever “Wild Lights & Disco Nights.” The Zoo will be decked out for the holidays with a canopy of lights on Ira the Lion’s den, a sparkling disco ball forest and thematic evenings where guests can wear “groovy” garb from […]

California Has 18th Oldest Homes In U.S.

California Has 18th Oldest Homes In U.S.

Mike LaFirenza After more than a year and a half of a red-hot residential real estate market with high competition and record prices, recent months have shown some signs that the market is finally beginning to cool. Part of the reason for this is seasonal, as the fall and winter months typically see a lower […]

Make the Most of Pomegranate Season

Make the Most of Pomegranate Season

BY ARI LEVAUX The juicy, sweet-tart arils add bright pops of joy to any meal As holiday talk builds to a festive pitch, and the cold darkness moves to embrace you, don’t sleep on pomegranate season. It’s on, and ready to sneak back into your life. With a fresh pomegranate in your palm, you have magic at your […]

The Best Seasonal Fruits and Vegetables to Eat This Winter

The Best Seasonal Fruits and Vegetables to Eat This Winter

BY ANDREW THOMAS Many chefs will tell you that it’s always best to use produce that’s in season when cooking any dish. While technique is important, using the freshest and most available ingredients is half the battle. Ingredients should speak for themselves, and when arranged properly, can make a gorgeous and exquisite meal. Winter produce offers some of the […]

Holiday Dinner and Tour at the Reagan Library

Holiday Dinner and Tour at the Reagan Library

Celebrate this magical season with your family and friends at our Holiday Dinner and Tour  on December 15 from 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.. This spectacular evening of wonderful holiday performers, live magnificent music, and delectable gourmet food will be a much anticipated gathering! Tour the Ronald Reagan Presidential Museum and our extraordinary exhibit, Egypt’s Lost […]

It’s a Grind Coffee House Gets Gnarly in the New Year with Seasonal Beverages

It’s a Grind Coffee House Gets Gnarly in the New Year with Seasonal Beverages

It’s A Grind Coffee House, a neighborhood destination serving premium signature coffees in a comfortable, relaxed atmosphere, is kicking off 2019  in a big way by introducing a premium whole bean from El Salvador, and bringing back popular coffee creations from years’ past. It’s A Grind is now brewing its new Comasagua El Tranquilo whole […]

Fall Wanderings: The Year of the Aspen – A photographic journey through the season

Fall Wanderings: The Year of the Aspen – A photographic journey through the season

By Tom Baldwin In the chronicle of my fall wanderings this would have to be the year of the Aspen.  I still took many pictures of colorful grottos and leaves changing with the coming of fall.  However, for some reason I have been led to spend most of my time photographing Aspens this year.  Aspens […]

Gardening Can Take a Back Seat To Holiday Festivities in December

Gardening Can Take a Back Seat To Holiday Festivities in December

December is the ideal month to take time off from gardening and enjoy the holidays, cost but for those who love to garden regardless of the season, there is still plenty to do, says Agromin, an Oxnard-based manufacturer of earth-friendly compost products made from organic material collected from more than 50 California cities including those […]