Making It Happen
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by Mira Reverente

“If you have a question about seniors, we have the answer,” is the Senior Concerns, based in Thousand…

Making It Happen: Offering Care to All Senior…
Pet Spotlight
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by Helen Hartel

Kasha is a four-year-old female pit bull terrier. Her owners who had her for all her life turned…

Pet Spotlight: Kasha Needs a Companion
The Event for Las Virgenes Schools is Back!
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Back for its fourth year, The Event will take place at the Calabasas Tennis and Swim Center on June 6…

It’s Time to Wine and Dine at ‘The Party of t…
Suddenly Single Financial Guide
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Conejo Valley Happening's very own Mira Reverente just authored her first book entitled “Suddenly Single Women’s Guide to Finances.” Recently divorced,…

CVH Associate Editor Authors Financial Guide …
Golf Ball Massage
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by Mira Reverente

Remember that at-home massage treatment of putting a golf ball in a sock and using it to work…

Getting Deep with Golf Ball Massage
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What’s On TV?: PBS Presents ‘American Masters: Jascha Heifetz: God’s Fiddler’

What’s On TV?: PBS Presents ‘American Masters: Jascha Heifetz: God’s Fiddler’

by Sandi Berg Discover the story of legendary musician Jascha Heifetz (1901-1987), the first truly modern violin virtuoso. Setting the standard in violin playing for nearly a century, Heifetz’ name became shorthand for excellence for everyone from Jack Benny to The Muppets to Woody Allen. This documentary portrays an artist for whom only perfection would […]

Volunteers provide much-needed support to staff, respite for caregivers and stimulation to seniors.

Making It Happen: Offering Care to All Seniors Concerned

by Mira Reverente “If you have a question about seniors, we have the answer,” is the Senior Concerns, based in Thousand Oaks. This non-profit group has dedicated itself to serving seniors from Simi Valley to Calabasas, giving them a wide array of care options, programs and resources since 1975. At the helm is Andrea Gallagher, president […]

City of Agoura Hills Needs Volunteers for Community Service Day

City of Agoura Hills Needs Volunteers for Community Service Day

(The following is from a press release) Individuals, families, churches, schools, service clubs, scouts, and seniors are invited to sign up for the City of Agoura Hills’s Community Service Day taking place on Saturday, May 2. Work projects include painting, staining, gardening, cleaning and trash pick up at public parks and facilities. Sunscreen, water bottle […]

Weekend Guide: Carnival, Studio Tours and the Scandinavian Festival

Weekend Guide: Carnival, Studio Tours and the Scandinavian Festival

So much fun, so little time! Here are our Happening’s picks for the weekend and as always, don’t forget to check out our calendar daily for lots of fresh ideas.        CLU Students to Host Outdoor Jazz Concert: California Lutheran University students will present a free outdoor jazz concert in the Uyeno Amphitheater at 7:30 p.m. […]

Fit Family: Spot Reduction, Myth or Reality?

Fit Family: Spot Reduction, Myth or Reality?

by Mike Levinson I hear it all the time from people, “How do I lose my love handles?” or “I want to just work my stomach and lose my belly.” This whole notion of target training or spot reduction should be dead and buried, but it lives on. It’s a pursuit that just doesn’t go […]

Pet Spotlight: Kasha Needs a Companion

Pet Spotlight: Kasha Needs a Companion

by Helen Hartel Kasha is a four-year-old female pit bull terrier. Her owners who had her for all her life turned her in because they said they no longer had any time for her and she was kept outside almost all of the time. Although her placement at the shelter is not ideal, at least […]

It’s Time to Wine and Dine at ‘The Party of the Year,’ The Event

It’s Time to Wine and Dine at ‘The Party of the Year,’ The Event

Back for its fourth year, The Event will take place at the Calabasas Tennis and Swim Center on June 6 from 5-11 p.m. All proceeds raised will benefit The Foundation for Las Virgenes Schools, according to Deanna Glassberg, foundation president and event co-chair. “I love The Event because it brings our community together unlike any […]

The Travel Muse: Travel Yosemite || Views For Days!

The Travel Muse: Travel Yosemite || Views For Days!

by Nathalie Basha UGH YOSEMITE! YOU KILL ME! I mean, come on. These views don’t really need any introduction…right? This was filmed on the Mist Trail hike and the Yosemite Falls hike. Mist trail was a tough hike, guys. Yosemite is even harder–straight uphill hiking for many many hours. But even though I started to […]

CVH Associate Editor Authors Financial Guide For ‘Suddenly Single’ Women

CVH Associate Editor Authors Financial Guide For ‘Suddenly Single’ Women

Conejo Valley Happening‘s very own Mira Reverente just authored her first book entitled “Suddenly Single Women’s Guide to Finances.” Recently divorced, Reverente is a Conejo Valley journalist with a long-time devotion to everything local and “feel good,” including everyday heroes, non-profit groups, sports and schools. Her book project just debuted on Kickstarter, a crowd-funding web site, […]

Alan and Nomie Azoff's team lead the way at Sunday's Walk to End Genocide. Photo courtesy Nomie Azoff

Weekend Photo Highlights: Walk to End Genocide, Westlake Rotary Community Street Festival

Due to knee surgery, I wasn’t able to get out this weekend; however, some trusty friends with cameras were able to capture a few highlights of some of Sunday’s happenings. Enjoy!