Geocaching
Posted 21 mins ago

By Mira Reverente

To commemorate its 50th anniversary, the Conejo Recreation and Park District (CRPD) has minted 300 limited edition commemorative…

‘Cache’ In On a Fun Outdoor Activity for All …
Healthy Cooking With Chef Lala: Fajitas de Pollo
Posted 23 hours ago

by Chef Lala

You may love the hearty flavors of the fajita, but have you ever wondered where the dish comes…

Healthy Cooking With Chef Lala: Fajitas de Po…
Pet Spotlight
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by Helen Hartel

Lola, a 4-year-old female Labrador retriever/Rotweiler mix, was  brought to the shelter because her owners could no longer…

Pet Spotlight: Lola Will Steal Your Heart
Animal Fundraiser at Twisted Oak
Posted 3 days ago

To celebrate their grand re-opening, Twisted Oak Tavern (formerly The Lab) in Agoura Hills will be hosting a fundraiser for…

Updated Restaurant to Host Fundraiser For Hom…
Summer Camp Guide 2015
Posted 2 weeks ago

It's hard to believe but the kids will be getting out of school soon and looking for something fun to…

Summer Camp Guide 2015
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About 300 limited edition coins are scattered in geocaches all over Conejo Valley.

‘Cache’ In On a Fun Outdoor Activity for All Ages

By Mira Reverente To commemorate its 50th anniversary, the Conejo Recreation and Park District (CRPD) has minted 300 limited edition commemorative coins hidden in geocaches throughout the Conejo Valley. What exactly are geocaches? Think sturdy boxes or containers of all shapes and sizes. Think modern-day treasure hunt with a GPS or a smart phone. “It’s […]

Free Carnival Ride Tickets Part of Conejo Valley Day’s Carnival’s New ‘Read & Ride’ Literacy Program

Free Carnival Ride Tickets Part of Conejo Valley Day’s Carnival’s New ‘Read & Ride’ Literacy Program

(The following is from a press release) A new “Read & Ride” literacy program from Conejo Valley Days and partner RCS Carnival encourages kids in kindergarten through fifth grade to read by offering free carnival ride passes for the upcoming festival (May 7 through 10 at Conejo Creek Park South). “We’ve kept the rules simple […]

Entertainment Lineup Revealed for 32nd Annual California Strawberry Festival

Entertainment Lineup Revealed for 32nd Annual California Strawberry Festival

(The following is from a press release) This year’s 32nd Annual California Strawberry Festival May 16 & 17 in Oxnard, hits all the right notes with the Grammy award-winning “Mariachi Divas” headlining an array of talented artists offering non-stop entertainment on two Festival stages. Musical styles range from classic rock, top 40 favorites, and R & B, to […]

Think Twice Before Adopting a Bunny for Easter

Think Twice Before Adopting a Bunny for Easter

by Vicki Anderholt Please, parents! Do not buy a live bunny from a store for Easter. Why? Because you won’t like what happens after Easter. Stores almost always get baby bunnies from breeders who have had more than they know what to do with several weeks before they should be taken away from the mothers (because they should still be breastfeeding). Why […]

Weekend Guide: Dole Great Race, Spring Spectacular and Lots of Easter Fun!

Weekend Guide: Dole Great Race, Spring Spectacular and Lots of Easter Fun!

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.        Easter Hoppening Event at Malibu Bluffs Park: The City of Malibu’s Annual Easter Hoppening event is set for Friday, March 27th from 3-6 p.m. at […]

Healthy Cooking With Chef Lala: Fajitas de Pollo

Healthy Cooking With Chef Lala: Fajitas de Pollo

by Chef Lala You may love the hearty flavors of the fajita, but have you ever wondered where the dish comes from? The origins of the the fajita, a shortened term for little strips of meat cut from the faja or beef skirt, dates back to the 1930s in the ranch lands of West and South Texas. When a […]

Pet Spotlight: Lola Will Steal Your Heart

Pet Spotlight: Lola Will Steal Your Heart

by Helen Hartel Lola, a 4-year-old female Labrador retriever/Rotweiler mix, was  brought to the shelter because her owners could no longer care for her. Coming to the shelter was not too bad for her, because she was kept outdoors much of the time. If you know anything about her breeds, then you know they are people […]

Take the LVUSD 50th Anniversary Survey, Learn More About the District

Take the LVUSD 50th Anniversary Survey, Learn More About the District

The Las Virgenes Unified School District is seeking feedback on how you would like to see your district develop. Public schools are only as strong as the support of their communities. Take a few minutes to share your thoughts and complete a brief online survey. Did you know that Las Virgenes Unified School District celebrated its […]

The Travel Muse: Vietnam Traffic Jam!

The Travel Muse: Vietnam Traffic Jam!

by Nathalie Basha During my trip to Vietnam, I was blown away by how complex the traffic is! Being in the back of a cab and watching the traffic was an experience in itself, and I wanted to capture it as best as possible. I hope you enjoy! Come back every Tuesday for a new […]

Fit Family: Beware of Hidden Sugars

Fit Family: Beware of Hidden Sugars

by Mike Levinson Anyone who has tried cutting down on sugar knows to avoid cookies, sodas and candy. But sugar can be hidden in lots of other common packaged foods. Experts recommend to keep intake of added sugars to just 5 to 10 percent of overall calories, which translates to about 25 to 50 grams […]