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Senior Concerns’ Bargain Boutique and Thrift Store To Celebrate “National Thrift Shop Day” with 30% Off Entire Store

Senior Concerns’ Bargain Boutique and Thrift Store To Celebrate “National Thrift Shop Day” with 30% Off Entire Store

Senior Concerns’ Bargain Boutique and Thrift Store will celebrate “National Thrift Shop Day” on Thursday, August 17 with 30% off everything in the store (specially marked items excluded). The Bargain Boutique and Thrift Store is located at 80 E Hillcrest Dr, Suite 120, Thousand Oaks, and is open from 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. The […]

The Cast of CCYT's "Cabaret" with Broadway Veteran Performer, Lynn (Winn) Noe

Local Teen Theatre Group Takes Extra Efforts While Producing “Cabaret”, Opening August 4th!

Local Teen Theatre Group Takes Extra Efforts While Producing “Cabaret”, Opening August 4th! “Curtain Call Youth Theatre is a company that focuses on the process first and the product second,” says Producing Artistic Director, Jeff Wallach. “And a show such as Cabaret lends itself to allowing the teen actors to utilize a variety of outside […]

Mark Elswick (on left), CEO/President of the Boys & Girls Clubs and Dan Reider (on right), President of the Optimist Club of Conejo Valley congratulate the winners starting from left, Stefan Rosu, Logan Cary and Logan Eby.

Boys & Girls Clubs Announce Winners of Essay Contest

The Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Conejo Valley are pleased to announce the winners of the annual Essay Contest sponsored by the Optimist Club of Conejo Valley. Logan Cary took first place and received $200. Runner-ups were Stefan Rosu and Logan Eby, winning $100 each. Some 35 members submitted essays for the contest that […]

Senior Concerns Presents Free Seminar “Communication and Managing Difficult Behaviors”

Senior Concerns Presents Free Seminar “Communication and Managing Difficult Behaviors”

Senior Concerns, as part of its commitment to provide support for family caregivers of aging loved ones, will present a community seminar on “Communication and Managing Difficult Behaviors,” on Tuesday, May 23, 2017, 5:30-7:00 p.m. at Senior Concerns, 401 Hodencamp Road, Thousand Oaks. This seminar will be presented by Eileen Gold, M.A., owner/administrator of Paraclete […]

Los Robles Master Chorale presents season finale with 3 world premieres on May 20 in Oak Park.

Los Robles Master Chorale Presents 3 World Premieres in Oak Park

The 105-voice Los Robles Master Chorale (LRMC), led by Artistic Director Lesley Leighton, concludes its 29th season with back-to-back matinee and evening performances of “Lauridsen & Co,” an inspirational program of choral music by living composers that features chorale-commissioned world premieres by three rising young California composers, all UCLA students, as well as the music […]

Cabrillo Music Theatre casts Conejo Valley-raised Carly Bracco as Peter Pan

Cabrillo Music Theatre casts Conejo Valley-raised Carly Bracco as Peter Pan

Cabrillo Music Theatre, the resident, professional theater production company of the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza, has cast Thousand Oaks native Carly Bracco as lead in Peter Pan. Beginning July 14, Cabrillo Music Theatre will conclude its 2016/17 season with ten performances of the musical based on J.M. Barrie’s classic tale, with its final performance […]

‘We Are The Future,’ A Concert to Benefit the LVUSD Performing Arts

‘We Are The Future,’ A Concert to Benefit the LVUSD Performing Arts

(The following is from a press conference) The Las Virgenes Unified School District is proud to announce our fourth annual concert to benefit the performing arts. “We Are the Future” will be held on Friday, February 17, at 7 p.m. at the 650-seat, state-of-the-art Performing Arts Education Center on the campus of Calabasas High School […]

The Money Savvy Mommy: How to Negotiate for a Better Job Title

The Money Savvy Mommy: How to Negotiate for a Better Job Title

by Mira Reverente It happens. You get a job offer with an acceptable salary and perks. But sometimes, your job title could use a bit more improvement. Many years ago, I was a restaurant manager. A couple of years into the job, I was offered a promotion at a different division of the company. I […]

The Wellness Corner: How to Create a Healthier You

The Wellness Corner: How to Create a Healthier You

By Dr. Eric Blum Are you feeling stressed-out? Run down? Exhausted? What choices are you making? When is now important enough? We all promise to take a vacation from our busy lifestyles and unplug, but many of us still bring our computers, phones and work with us on “our” vacations. It is not until an […]

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The Money Savvy Mommy: How to Put Yourself on a Spending Timeout

by Mira Reverente If you’re like me, we’re mid-way through January and you’re still recovering from the holidays. Not only did the bread pudding and the breadsticks (see a pattern here?) take a toll on my mostly healthy eating and fitness habits, my pocketbook was not too happy with me either. My spending wasn’t out-of-control […]