On September 16, Mayor Alicia Weintraub delivered the 23rd Annual Calabasas Mayor’s State of the City Address virtually. After thanking city employees, fellow council members, and residents, she mentioned how peaceful protests on policing and race led to our first-ever conversation on race and change in coordination with the Mayor’s Youth Council. She then confirmed […]
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Is focused on supporting their students Over the last several months, Las Virgenes Unified School District (LVUSD) has taken an unimaginable financial hit. Due to pandemic- related tax losses and decreased funding by the State of California, the district expects to lose more than $4 million for the 2020-2021 school year. Fortunately, THE Foundation for […]
A shining light was extinguished much too soon in our community. On the morning of July 18, 2020, police discovered the deceased bodies of Sherry Thomas Blaka and her boyfriend John Mann at Sherry’s home in Agoura Hills. They discovered that Sherry was shot by Mann before he turned the gun on himself. Those who […]
Hang in the Balance! Are the risks too high right now? I believe they are.Each day people must recalculate and rethink how they handle their moves during this pandemic. Are these changes so severe, so unreasonable? The current up-rise of the virus is a testament to how fragile everything is. The uprise affects the broader […]
It is not entirely clear what motivates Jews to attend services on the High Holy Days. There are some who are motivated by the themes of the holidays, focusing on self-reflection and reprioritizing their lives and others’ out of a sense of religious obligation. There are even some willing to admit that they attend services […]
Winning Cases for More Than 20 Years Most of us have experienced that sinking feeling of getting pulled over by a police officer. It feels even worse when the ticket is unjustified. You wonder how one person can fight the system. With the assistance of Calabasas Attorney Scott Desind, who’s helped clients stand up for […]
We hiked trails, painted, lost teeth, rode our bikes, drank more wine, celebrated our birthdays while social distancing, and had more family time. Our teachers came out with parades to support studdents, we played with our children even more, mountain biked, gave birth, went a little stir crazy, and enjoyed the beautiful area in which we live.
No matter the age of our pets, they will always remain our babies and our best friends fur-ever, so a day of appreciation is well deserved. Don’t miss out on submitting your photo for next time by joining our mailing list at calabasasstyle.com/join-our-mailing-list.
We will continue to share pictures of our local seniors. Please feel free to send them in to firstname.lastname@example.org. Here’s to the class of 2020.
During this economic meltdown, will you join us as we pay it forward, COVID-19 style? We have been blessed with a whole web of workers, busi-nesses, and organizations that have long been part of our lives. For us, this wonderful web might include: • House cleaners, gardeners, and pool guys• Synagogues, churches, mosques, and schools• […]
The Westlake Village Inn has added a new world-class retreat where guests can enjoy a blissful one-of-a-kind experience to rejuvenate the mind, body, and soul. Inspired by the great spas of Europe, the property includes a 25,000-square-foot luxury spa, a fully equipped gym, a magnificent pool, two lounge areas, a health-conscious café, and a 14-suite […]