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Salsa Festival is on!

By George Miller When I heard the Salsa Festival was at compact Plaza Park in downtown Oxnard, I was thinking it would be a fairly small affair. So, when we came walking East on Fifth Street, we were unprepared for the huge, bustling event it has become. Booths, tents, large salsa sampling tent, bandstands, dance […]

Two women caught stealing on a Florida beach…what they do may surprise you

Two women caught stealing on a Florida beach…what they do may surprise you

We know this didn’t happen Ventura.  However it does go to show the nerve of some people.  They were caught stealing and you’ll see what happens next. _________________________________________________________________ Get free Citizensjournal.us BULLETINS. Please patronize our advertisers to keep us publishing and/or DONATE

4th of July at Channel Islands Harbor

4th of July at Channel Islands Harbor

By George Miller Beautiful day and The People are out having a good time. Fireworks show at 9 – best viewing from Harbor or Peninsula, South of the bridges. This morning, there was a 5/10K road race. People are now picnicking, kayaking, surfing, paddle boarding, boating, walking, going to the food and craft booths by […]

This Saturday in Ojai–2014 Lavender Festival

This Saturday in Ojai–2014 Lavender Festival

Oxnard Juneteenth Celebration reminder- Today

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The food trucks are coming! The food trucks are coming!

The food trucks are coming!  The food trucks are coming!

By George Miller When I was growing up in New York, there were aluminum food trucks, which showed up near schools, strategic street locations and events. The food was mostly so bad that we called them “Roach Coaches.” Not so anymore with well-equipped modern food trucks with “gourmet” menus, such as the fleet of them […]

Reminder: Simi Cajun & Blues Festival THIS weekend!

Reminder: Simi Cajun & Blues Festival THIS weekend!

  ROBERT RANDOLPH & THE FAMILY BAND, SWAMP DOGG, JOHN MAYALL, CANNED HEAT, C.J. CHENIER, GUITAR SHORTY HEADLINE 25th ANNUAL SIMI VALLEY CAJUN & BLUES MUSIC FESTIVAL, SATURDAY-SUNDAY, MAY 24-25  Los Angeles area’s largest Cajun, Zydeco, Blues and Roots Music festival, held over Memorial Day weekend, features two stages, a Mardi Gras parade, kids’ activities, […]

THE GOLD RUSH at the Civic Arts Plaza

THE GOLD RUSH at the Civic Arts Plaza

GOLD COAST THEATRE CONSERVATORY 1115 El Monte Blvd. Thousand Oaks, CA  91362 Gold Coast Theatre Conservatory Presents THE GOLD RUSH at the Civic Arts Plaza And at the Autry Western Heritage Museum  THOUSAND OAKS, Calif. – On Thursday, May 8, 2014, Gold Coast Theatre Conservatory students will present the play “The Gold Rush” at 11:00 […]

April 25th–Deadline for nominations for ArtWalk Ventura’s Artist of Distinction

April 25th–Deadline for nominations for ArtWalk Ventura’s Artist of Distinction

ArtWalk Ventura, July 19-20 ArtWalk Ventura, a two-day celebration of Ventura’s thriving arts community, returns for its 21st year the weekend of July 19-20. This signature event will take to the streets of Ventura’s historic Downtown and Westside Cultural District as patrons enjoy a free, self-guided tour of dozens of professional exhibits, pop-up studios and […]

Santa Paula Police–Explorer Program

Santa Paula Police–Explorer Program

The Santa Paula Police Department wants to let the community know about their Explorer Program for 14 to 20 year old teens and adults. This is a program that gives them an opportunity to introduce themselves to the world of law enforcement. The only criteria is that they don’t have a serious criminal record and […]