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Ventura County Fair

Ventura County Fair

A Brief History The Ventura County Fair began in 1875, when the primary focus of the fair was horse racing. The fair was enjoyed so much that it continued every year up until today-with the exception of a few years during WWII. The tradition continues with the 141st Ventura County Fair, “A country fair with […]

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Filed in ARTS/ENT, COMMUNITY, EVENTS, Features, Ventura by on July 27, 2016 0 Comments • views: 449
James and the Giant Peach Jr. 10-1 to 10-9

James and the Giant Peach Jr. 10-1 to 10-9

Celebrating the 100th birthday of one of the world’s most beloved children’s authors – Roald Dahl – “James and the Giant Peach Jr.” is a fantastical tale of a boy, his insect friends, and their amazing journey across the ocean on a giant piece of fruit! Featuring a wickedly tuneful score by the Tony Award-nominated […]

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Filed in ARTS/ENT, Thousand Oaks by on July 22, 2016 0 Comments • views: 350
Women Painters Exhibition 7/29-9/26/16

Women Painters Exhibition 7/29-9/26/16

Women Painters West, one of Southern California’s most renowned arts associations, is pleased to announce a remarkable group show at Hillcrest Center for the Arts. The exhibition will be held at the center’s impressive space in Thousand Oaks. The show will feature recent works by WPW artists that have been selected by the independent juror, […]

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Filed in ARTS/ENT by on July 19, 2016 0 Comments • views: 777

Business

Smart and Final Opens in Westlake

Smart and Final Opens in Westlake

According to local news outlets Smart & Final has opened their 33rd store in California here in Westlake Village.  Read all the stories posted online about Westlake Village when you visit the Westlake Village  News Page.

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Filed in BUSINESS, COMMUNITY, Westlake Village by on July 7, 2016 0 Comments • views: 386
Featured Business

Featured Business

In 2013, we had a vision. That vision was to not only temper the decline, but GROW the game by enhancing the experience for everyone. We wanted to offer elite protection to match the high standards of parents and coaches. At the high school and college levels, we found that coaches want to keep their […]

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Future of Flying Robots

Future of Flying Robots

Drones, drones, drones. Will they destroy us or save us? Regardless they are here and now they are robotic. Small as honey bees, big enough to carry heavy payloads, programmable to steal sandwiches from your desk.  The future of drones as flying robots is discussed in detail in this TED video featured on the http://conejovalley.wpengine.com/business/technology/ […]

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News

Road Closures

Road Closures

Upcoming Closures Week of Sept. 11, 2016 FULL FREEWAY NIGHT CLOSURE Northbound US 101 Monday, Sept. 12 and Tuesday, Sept. 13 A FULL CLOSURE of the Northbound US 101 between Westlake Blvd. and SR-23 is scheduled for two nights, from 11:30 p.m. to 5 a.m., Monday, Sept. 12 and Tuesday, Sept. 13. These night closures […]

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Conejo Players Honors Advocates

Conejo Players Honors Advocates

The Conejo Players Theatre is proud to announce the second annual Arts Advocate Award winners, honoring outstanding local theatre champions. The Legacy Advocate Award is presented to Dick Berman. Berman was a veteran of the local stage, appearing in many shows over a long career including “Fiddler on the Roof,” and could always be seen in the […]

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Filed in News, Non Profit by on July 22, 2016 0 Comments • views: 464
Fire Near the 101 Freeway

Fire Near the 101 Freeway

According to a local new source, at 11:00 a.m. on Monday morning a brush fire broke out in Thousand Oaks behind the Bay Club at Willow Lane, south of the freeway. Thankfully, the fire was contained at 1 p.m. and no evacuations were made but Conejo Ridge Avenue had to be closed at Skyline Drive […]

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Reviews

Westlake Brewery Reviewed

Westlake Brewery Reviewed

So fun!  The Greater Conejo Valley now has almost a dozen local breweries.  This one owned by the owners of the adjacent Alda Bella Winery was packed with a great band on Friday night and four or five locally brewed beers including my favorite, Master.  The band was great.  I think they need to keep […]

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Filed in REVIEWS by on July 19, 2016 0 Comments • views: 652
Los Agaves Reviewed

Los Agaves Reviewed

One day I went to Santa Barbara to eat at a place called Los Agaves on Milpas Street.  OMG.  It felt like farm to table Mexican.  The kitchen was fast, the food was well prepared and fresh, the presentation was flawless, and the flavor was enough to dedicate more trips to SB just to go […]

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Kanda Sushi Reviewed

Kanda Sushi Reviewed

For sushi lovers that love fresh fish Kanda is a Japanese owned local favorite. For those who want to have the chef make a custom roll with this and that, well, not so much. Mitsu the owner is very proud of his fish and he knows how to serve it. I’m OK with that even […]

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Sports

Kid’s Summer Climbing Camp

Kid’s Summer Climbing Camp

For kids 6-12 years of age who enjoy climbing or for those who have never rock climbed before. Boulderdash offers one of the best and most unique kids camp in Ventura/Los Angeles counties. With its incredible facility and teaching staff, we attract young climbers of all abilities. Our climbing camp give climbers a chance to […]

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Filed in SPORTS by on July 8, 2016 0 Comments • views: 610
Check out These Great Hikes!

Check out These Great Hikes!

The Santa Monica Mountains are home to dozens of thrilling natural hiking trails and HikeSpeak.com is an amazing resource for active and beginner hikers.  Check out some recommended hikes including the newly connected Backbone trail when you visit the Conejo Valley Times Hiking Page.

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Filed in SPORTS by on July 7, 2016 0 Comments • views: 649
Ride the Westlake Village Century

Ride the Westlake Village Century

An epic ride followed by lunch and a beer or wine!  A test of endurance and stamina followed by an amazing Fitness & Health Expo! Centered at an amazing venue adjacent to some of the most prestigious cycling roads in the world.  World Class Stonehaus in Westlake Village, CA. 100, 84 and 49 mile options. […]

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Filed in COMMUNITY, cycling, SPORTS, Westlake Village by on June 8, 2016 0 Comments • views: 180

Travel

SKIING

SKIING

Both Mammoth Mountain and Mountain High   received snow just a few days ago and all area ski resorts including Bear Mountain and Snow Summit are gearing up for an exciting new season.  With the rain we’ve had this season El Nino appears poised to dump fresh powder on our area ski resorts.  Mountain High is […]

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Filed in Skiing, TRAVEL by on October 7, 2016 0 Comments • views: 13016
Vintage VW Car Show

Vintage VW Car Show

Attend the Channel Islands Harbor Vintage VW Car Show featuring all vintage Volkswagen Beetles, Buses, Karmann Ghias, Type 3’s, Things, Buggies, Kustoms, Rods, Trikes, air cooled VW’s and Vanagons. This is a free event for both participants and spectators! Spend your Saturday morning and afternoon enjoying the beautiful vintage cars or you can compete. For more […]

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Filed in COMMUNITY, Day Trips, Islands, TRAVEL, Ventura by on July 15, 2016 0 Comments • views: 422
Stay-Cation at Malbec on the Creek

Stay-Cation at Malbec on the Creek

Looking for a unique stay-cation?  Just need extra room for out of town guests?  Malbec on The Creek is a newly renovated guest house on one acre in the beautiful Santa Monica Mountains. Quite and serene this one bedroom home has a sunny renovated kitchen is five miles from beaches, Malibu and shopping. The home […]

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