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Surf ‘n’ Suds Ventura Serves Up Top Brews and Tunes

Surf ‘n’ Suds Ventura Serves Up Top Brews and Tunes

By Lori Denman-Underhill There was no better way to celebrate a weekend in Ventura than attending the Surf ‘n’ Suds Beer Festival. Surf ‘n’ Suds started in Carpinteria six years ago and celebrated their fourth year in Ventura this past weekend at San Buenaventura State Beach on Sunday, May 18. The event was created by […]

Patrol Task Force Offers Insight on Homeless

Patrol Task Force Offers Insight on Homeless

By Lori Denman-Underhill In order to help a person, the one who is aiming to assist should literally, dive deep into their world and investigate their environment. The homeless issue of Ventura includes aspects that are evident from an outside perspective. However, many people in the community engage themselves one-on-one, in an effort to learn […]

Footworks Youth Ballet

Footworks Youth Ballet

Ventura’s Footworks Youth Ballet is proud to present three very different ballets this spring starting with PETER AND THE WOLF by Sergei Prokofiev. Come see this lively performance with the usual characters—the Wolf, Peter, Grandfather, the Bird, the Cat, and Ducks—as well as leaping Frogs, Villagers, Squirrels and Hunters. The story takes an unexpected twist at the […]

Ventura Promenade “Clean-up”

Ventura Promenade “Clean-up”

  by Paul White A Venturan was walking on the promenade early this morning where Mele was killed.  One city rep was walking with a reporter.  At one end was a big work crew who’d just finished cleaning up the trashy promenade.  There was a group of five other cops patrolling, and three more in […]

Rally Against Vagrant Crime & Inept Leadership

Rally Against Vagrant Crime & Inept Leadership

Rally Against Vagrant Crime & Inept Leadership    THURSDAY – MAY 3 – 2-6 p.m. + RALLY 4:30-6:00 PM – VENTURA –  At end of California St. By Crown Plaza Hotel on the Promenade    Motivated by the April 18  murder of Anthony Mele by a vagrant criminal, while sitting in a restaurant with his 5 year–old […]

Ventura Mom Launches Youth Fitness Franchise to Create Healthier Community

Ventura Mom Launches Youth Fitness Franchise to Create Healthier Community

Ventura Mom Launches Youth Fitness Franchise to Create Healthier Community Program kicks-off with City of Ventura summer camps partnership  April 25, 2018 – Stretch-N-Grow, the nation-wide leader in children’s fitness programs is launching classes in Ventura County.  Erin O’Donnell, mother of 2 year-old twin girls, Spartan Race competitor, and entrepreneur, bought the franchise to bring a […]

STOPPING the Ventura Vagrant Crime Epidemic- Thu. May 3, 4:30-6:00 PM

STOPPING the Ventura Vagrant Crime Epidemic- Thu. May 3, 4:30-6:00 PM

Advertisement – by Ventura QOL Event moved to end of California St. By Crowne Plaza Hotel on the Promenade  To bring attention to the homeless situation in Ventura, the city’s failures in handling it and the opportunities for improvement, the John and Ken Show will be broadcast live Thursday, 2-6 at Event moved to end […]

Public Invited to Grand Opening Celebration for Kellogg Park, April 14

Public Invited to Grand Opening Celebration for Kellogg Park, April 14

The City of Ventura and The Trust for Public Land invite the public to attend the grand opening celebration for Kellogg Park, located at the corner of Kellogg Street and Ventura Avenue, on Saturday, April 14, 2018, from 10 am to noon. The celebration will include an official ribbon-cutting ceremony, live music, community garden tours, […]

Suspect arrested in Santa Paula for Feb. 11th Attempted Murder

Suspect arrested in Santa Paula for Feb. 11th Attempted Murder

Santa Paula Police Department – Incident Press Release On Sunday, February 11, 2018 at approximately 2:45 PM, Santa Paula Police Officers responded to a shooting incident in the area of Sycamore and Saticoy Streets. Upon officer’s arrival, witnesses disclosed that a shooting incident had just occurred in the vicinity and there was one victim involved with […]

Persistent kayakers continue fight via Coastal Commission for use of Kiddie Beach launch at Channel Islands Harbor

Persistent kayakers continue fight via Coastal Commission for use of Kiddie Beach launch at Channel Islands Harbor

By George Miller The members of the California Kayak Friends club had used Kiddie Beach, inside the entrance to Channel Islands Harbor ,for decades to launch and land their kayaks.  It’s a nice little “pocket beach,” located close to the ocean where they usually paddle. With a nice parking lot, short walk to the beach, nearby restrooms, […]