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Top 5 Habits That Make Allergies Worse

Top 5 Habits That Make Allergies Worse

Spring has sprung, erectile and that has millions of allergy sufferers miserable. The onslaught of pollen came early this year thanks to warmer temps, windier conditions that lifted the pollen from trees, and El Nino that created a wet breeding ground for pollen-producing trees and grasses. Typical seasonal allergy symptoms can range from sneezing and […]

Ventura County Pastel Artists Reception — 22nd Annual Spring Show in Ojai

Ventura County Pastel Artists Reception — 22nd Annual Spring Show in Ojai

Come celebrate the 22nd Annual Spring Show! Highlights include a showcasing of pastel paintings along with other mediums used to express each artists’ creativity. The public Is invited to attend this unique show to meet the artists, watch demonstrations, and learn about materials and techniques used at the reception on Saturday, April 30th, 2016 from […]

Activities for Children at the Oxnard Library — Join the Fun!

Activities for Children at the Oxnard Library — Join the Fun!

Poster Contest   April 4 – 28 All Oxnard public libraries Design a poster for this year’s summer reading program with the theme Read for the Win! Preschoolers through 6th graders may enter. Ask a Children’s Librarian at your local branch for details!   Family Bilingual Story Time   Mondays at 5 pm South Oxnard Branch Library […]

Action Star Danny Trejo Headlines Latino Thought Makers in Season Finale at Oxnard College – May 4th

Photographer Marc Langsam: Yeehaw! It was a good ole time at Simi Valley’s Round Up!

Photographer Marc Langsam: Yeehaw! It was a good ole time at Simi Valley’s Round Up!

Once again Photographer Marc Langsam takes us to another of our county’s beloved events.  Simi Valley’s Round Up, with its swagger and sway Country Music, was held this weekend on April 16th at the Hummingbird’s Nest Ranch.  So come on and mosey along with Marc through some mighty fine photos of the goings on. The […]

Free dance concert slated at Cal Lutheran — Event features student choreographers’ creative work

Free dance concert slated at Cal Lutheran — Event features student choreographers’ creative work

“Moving Images” will begin at 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday in Preus-Brandt Forum on the Thousand Oaks campus. Twenty-nine Cal Lutheran students will perform 22 dances encompassing contemporary, hip-hop and modern dance. “Moving Images” is the culmination of the work by eight students in the Theatre Arts Department’s spring choreography class. The choreographers are Kristina […]

Students present outdoor jazz concert: Grammy-nominated percussionist will be special guest

Students present outdoor jazz concert: Grammy-nominated percussionist will be special guest

SEEAG: Opening Eyes to Agriculture

SEEAG: Opening Eyes to Agriculture

By Sheryl Hamlin How does one see agriculture? Do you see agriculture when you taste Chef Oreste de Gregorio’s sautéed collard greens or when you smell Gill’s onions heavy in the air or when you watch Driscoll’s master berry pickers carefully stack rows of ripened strawberries into clamshells? Do you see agriculture when you plan […]

Second Annual “Champagne on Main” a Fun Time for All!

Second Annual “Champagne on Main” a Fun Time for All!

By Raven West Champagne on Main, “A Spring Wine Walk & Street Fair” returned to Ventura for its second successful year.   Under a gorgeous summer-like sky, hundreds of guests strolled along Main Street stopping to shop at local merchant’s tents featuring homemade arts and crafts and select culinary delights. Corks started popping in the […]

Help the Children: Dinner & Silent Auction Fundraiser for Center4Special Needs — April 25th

Help the Children: Dinner & Silent Auction Fundraiser for Center4Special Needs — April 25th