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Second Annual Vintage Art Fair: Art and Photography – August 20th

Second Annual Vintage Art Fair: Art and Photography – August 20th

Ventura County Credit Union Named Official Credit Union of the Ventura County Fair

Ventura County Credit Union Named Official Credit Union of the Ventura County Fair

Get Ready to Salsa…The 23rd Annual Oxnard Salsa Festival Takes Place this Weekend!

Get Ready to Salsa…The 23rd Annual Oxnard Salsa Festival Takes Place this Weekend!

The Oxnard Downtowners invites the community to attend the 23rd Annual Oxnard Salsa Festival in downtown Oxnard, July 30 & 31 at Plaza Park, 5th and ‘B’ Streets.  The annual festival runs from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. both Saturday and Sunday and celebrates everything salsa…..the music, the food, and the dance!  Admission and parking […]

Healthy Eating – A Friendly Nudge May Be All You Need To Get Started

Healthy Eating – A Friendly Nudge May Be All You Need To Get Started

Lola Gayle, STEAM Register When you’re standing in a buffet line, which items tend catch your eye more readily? Is it the foods that are front and center, or those more in the middle or closer to the back? According to a collaborative review of existing research, we are more prone to choose foods based […]

Alfonso Guilin:  Ezee,  A Family Saga of Hope and Faith

Alfonso Guilin:  Ezee,  A Family Saga of Hope and Faith

By Sheryl Hamlin Alfonso Guilin’s unique life experiences in agribusiness, religion, politics and family have provided background for another novel. His successful previous works were reviewed here. Unlike previous works whose plots and characters were regional in scope, this new novel spans continents and generations and makes generous use of coincidence … or is it […]

Review: Little Cafe Creamery and Café in Thousand Oaks

Review: Little Cafe Creamery and Café in Thousand Oaks

I remember a movie some years back about a waystation in the afterlife where one can eat as much as they want and never gain weight. In my fantasy of such a place, The Little Calf Creamery and Café would be tops on my list. Located in Thousand Oaks at 652 Janss Rd. at the […]

“Hillary’s America” now showing in theaters nationwide

“Hillary’s America” now showing in theaters nationwide

More than 80 showed up for the first evening screening of “Hillary’s America” at the Century Riverpark 16 movie theater at the Oxnard Collection Shopping Center on Friday. The Dinesh D’Souza documentary which has a sub-title of “The Secret History of the Democratic Party” comes out to 1,200 theaters nationwide this weekend just before the […]

Oxnard Jazz Festival is Jazzed up to announce Greg Mack from 94.7 THE WAVE to Host

Oxnard Jazz Festival is Jazzed up to announce Greg Mack from 94.7 THE WAVE to Host

Young Artists Enesemble Presents: The 36th Annual Teen Summer Musical — CARRIE The Musical

Young Artists Enesemble Presents: The 36th Annual Teen Summer Musical — CARRIE The Musical

CARRIE The Musical will be staged in an environmental interactive setting within a High School auditorium, as it takes a timely and hard look at peer pressure and school bullying. Young Artists Ensemble presents its Teen Summer Musical production of CARRIE The Musical directed by Mark Andrew Reyes, with musical direction by Zachary Spencer and […]

Choosing the Right Promo Service to Sell Your Ebook — Speaker at Mimi’s in T.O. July 28th

Choosing the Right Promo Service to Sell Your Ebook — Speaker at Mimi’s in T.O. July 28th

Speaker and Topic:  Choosing the Right Promo Service to Sell Your Ebook   Book publicist Darlene Chan explains how third party promo services work for ebooks. She’ll talk about how you can engage companies like eReaderDaily, BookBub, Kindle Nation Daily, and services like Amazon Countdown to increase sales and visibility. Using these services can increase […]