Out & About

Bay Laurel Parents Enjoy an 80s Night Out

Who spends Valentine’s Day with the parents of their children’s elementary school? That’s an easy answer: the fun parents! Bay Laurel Elementary parents A.J. and Sandy Harwin, Todd and Jessica Gillman, and Carrie Brenner hosted an 80’s themed Valentine’s party at the recently opened V Lounge in Tarzana on Thursday, February 14. One hundred percent […]

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NCL Girls Volunteer at Guide Dog Graduation

On Saturday, February 9 the Guide Dogs of America hosted their Guide Dog graduation for the first time since they renovated their Sylmar campus. Eight beautiful, hardworking dogs graduated this session. Captain, a stalky yellow lab, stole the show with his charm and captain’s hat as he was introduced to his new owner. The girls […]

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Fit & Fabulous Event at Illuminate Face & Body Bar

Illuminate Face & Body Bar and Better Body Fitness & Pilates joined forces to host a “Fit & Fabulous” event to awaken inner and outer beauty. Illuminate Face & Body Bar offers the latest nonsurgical face and body treatments, skincare, and wellness modalities to help clients achieve a beautiful and natural result. Better Body Fitness […]

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9th Annual Coats for Casa Pacifica

The 9th Annual Coats for Casa Pacifica charity event was held on Saturday, January 12 at Three Springs Park in Westlake Village. Participants brought new or gently used winter clothes of all sizes, including coats, sweaters, hoodies, gloves, scarves, and hats, to benefit the foster and at-risk youth of Casa Pacifica Centers for Children and […]

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Oak Park Fire Fighter Receives Recognition

Mike Williams, a firefighter who is stationed at Ventura County Fire Department Station 36 in Oak Park, has been recognized by his community as a local hero. Although some homes were lost in the Oak Park neighborhood where Williams resides, the damage would have been much worse without his help. Williams and his wife, Lisa, […]

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CHS Co-Ed Group Wins L.A. A Capella Festival

For the second year in a row, Calabasas High School’s co-ed a capella group, Unstrumental, took home first prize at the L.A. A Cappella Festival on Friday, February 8 at El Segundo High School. The 15-member group performed “It’s a Man’s Man’s World” by James Brown, “Dig Down” by Muse, and “Dream On” by Aerosmith. […]

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Woodlake Elementary School Launches National Kindness Week

A high-energy morning assembly welcomed students, sponsors, community firefighters, police officers, lead district educators, and the principal and teachers of Woodlake Elementary School in Woodland Hills on Monday, January 28 to kick off national kindness week. Hundreds of students spelled “KINDNESS” with a unique display of art, while participants enjoyed hands-on kindness activities. Time 2 […]

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Calabasas Chamber Installation Gala

The 2019 Calabasas Chamber of Commerce Board Installation Gala was held at Founders Hall in Calabasas on Friday, January 25. It was an extraordinary evening of celebration and dancing. The 2019 award recipient for the “Spirit of Calabasas” was Jeff Rubin, who started with the chamber in 1995 and has served on the City Managers […]

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Oaks Christian to Launch New Institutes

Oaks Christian School is launching three groundbreaking institutes in fall 2019 to prepare students for colleges and careers in a 21st-Century world. Augmenting its college-preparatory curriculum, Oaks Christian will open the Institute of Arts and Innovation with pathways for songwriting, filmmaking, and music production; the Institute of Engineering with pathways in rocketry/aerospace, robotics, mechanical engineering, […]

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Together Through Music Benefit for Borderline and Wildfire Victims

On Saturday, December 22, Momentum invited the community to join them in supporting the Borderline and California Wildfire victims in a benefit event at the Palm Garden Hotel in Thousand Oaks. Guests enjoyed the opportunity to dance and listen to live bands and DJs who performed throughout the afternoon while vendors offered art, activities, and […]

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Pasadena Showcase House of Design Empty House Party

Nearly 250 design enthusiasts and patrons of the arts attended the Pasadena Showcase House for the Arts’ (PSHA) annual Empty House Party on Friday, January 25. Held at the Boddy House on the grounds of Descanso Gardens in La Canada Flintridge, the event marked the debut of the 55th Pasadena Showcase House of Design. During […]

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American Heart Association Go Red for Women Luncheon

Friday, February 15 was an amazing afternoon as the American Heart Association hosted their annual Go Red for Women Luncheon at the Four Seasons Hotel in Westlake Village. Members of the Ventura and Los Angeles counties joined together to raise awareness for women’s heart health. Speakers shared inspiring stories including individuals from families affected by […]

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