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8th Annual Calabasas Film Festival

From September 29th to October 3rd, the Calabasas Film Festival held its 8th annual five-day event. The festival premiered major motion pictures and showcased documentaries, student films, and top-quality film selections from all genres. The highly anticipated festival allowed the community the opportunity to share their incredible passion for film and television while showcasing all […]

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Local Teen with Special Needs Models in LA Fashion Week

Tami Eugenio-Ferreira was born with right-side hemiplegia cerebral palsy, and pediatricians assumed it was likely she would never be able to sit, walk, or talk after brain trauma at birth caused infant cognitive and developmental delay. Now 18 years old, Tami has defied the odds, as she confidently demonstrated in an audition submission that landed […]

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Celebrate the Season with the Spirit of Giving

No matter how early we promise ourselves we’ll start next year, we blink and it’s time to start our holiday shopping again. The 2021 holiday season is upon us, bringing with it the joy of giving—searching from store to store (or website to website) for the perfect gifts. There are few better ways to spread […]

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Holiday Gift Guide 2021

— CELEBRATE THE SEASON — Take a peek at the great gift ideas we have in store for you.Share in the spirit of giving. DÉJAUN JEWELERSThrough powerful design, dramatic detail, and inspiring meaning, John Hardy jewelry collections represent the pinnacle of craftsmanship and quality. Artisan-crafted in Bali since 1975, their iconic Classic Chain Collection is […]

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Changing Your View: Caring Calabasas Seniors

The Caring Calabasas Club (CCC) is known for doing myriad acts of kindness for their community. Recently, the club organized a month-long event via the Malibu Lions Club to collect and donate eyeglasses for those who are visually impaired and financially unable to purchase eyeglasses. The final donation count was 1,086 pairs of eyeglasses. According […]

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Pronouns

What’s in a name? Everything. A few decades ago, we mostly used two main groups of pronouns to describe a person’s identity…“he/him/his” or “she/her/hers.” These days, it’s not nearly as simple. A matter of identityAsking the question, “What are your pronouns?” shows respect for a person’s identity. It can also be a hard question to […]

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Some Day

Someday I’m going to go on a Safari or ride a horse on the beach or learn to speak Italian. When is someday? What does someday look like? Why do we even have to wait for someday? There are no guarantees in life that we will be around when someday eventually shows up or even […]

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Don’t Wait

A Message for the High Holy Days By Rabbi Paul KipnesCongregation Or Ami, Calabasas Meet 88-year-old Murray, an astounding man. Quiet, sometimes reserved, Murray became my father-in-law 31 years ago, when God softly whispered to me, “Don’t wait.” I confess I didn’t appreciate him fully until recently. Murray grew up in Brooklyn as the only […]

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Enjoying Summer

It’s hard to believe we’re already bidding another summer farewell. From making special memories with friends and family to exploring new places on incredible vacations, we all found fabulous ways to enjoy the carefree, sunny days.

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8th Annual Calabasas Film Festival

SEPTEMBER 29TH – OCTOBER 3RD 2021 5 Days » VIP Parties » Studio FilmsDocumentaries » Short Films » FilmmakersStudent Films » Local Restaurants The 8th Annual Calabasas Film Festival showcases major film premieres, student films, documentaries, and top quality film selections from all genres that are guaranteed to entertain. CFF provides the community an opportunity […]

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Riding an E-Bike

Feel like a kid again Many of us have gone on vacation and rented electric bikes, aka e-bikes, and thought about buying one when we returned home. Most of us never did. Then, the pandemic hit and there was a bike shortage. Suddenly, e-bikes felt like the greatest contribution to green living since the electric […]

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Topanga Rush

Dreams Do Come True Granger Korff had no expectations one fateful evening circa 2019 when he decided to play an open mic night at The Guitar Merchant—a staple hangout for local musicians in the West Valley. Impressed by his performance, vocalist Dominque Boutet approached Granger with the idea to start a band—something he had dreamed […]

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