By Miri Rossitto Trends come and go. Today, might be the return of bell bottoms, earth tones, and animal print. Tomorrow might be neon and glow sticks. What… Read More »Business Trends – The Good, The Bad, The Effective
An elderly man crashed his car through the front door of the Whole Foods at Canoga and Ventura in Woodland Hills Sunday around 12:30 pm. … Read More »CleanUp on Aisle 1 – Driver Backs Through Whole Foods Door
Vanessa Bryant, widow of Kobe Bryant, was recently awarded $16 million in a jury verdict against L.A. County for law and fire personnel sharing photos… Read More »Jury Awards Bryant $16 Million in Court Case
This week Governor Gavin Newsom moved to approve millions in funding to convert more hotels into permanent housing through the state’s Project Homekey program. This… Read More »Funding Approved for Extended Stay Homeless Hotel
Local residents, dignitaries and civic leaders enjoyed a refreshing day at the Las Virgenes Water District’s “Pure Gelato” event last Saturday. All enjoyed gelato made… Read More »Residents Cool Down with Pure Fun and Pure Gelato at Water District Event
by Time Gaspar We all hear the stories, the burglar that injured himself on glass breaking into a home and sued the homeowner. There is… Read More »If You Shoot A Burglar…Does Your Insurance Protect You?
If you hear Nancy Cartwright’s name and immediately think of her as Bart Simpson’s voice from The Simpsons TV show, you don’t know the half of it. … Read More »Reel History of the Valley: Bart Simpson is Just the Beginning
Former Los Angeles City Councilman Mitch Englander has been ordered by the city Ethics Commission to pay $79,830.50 in penalties for failing to disclose money he… Read More »Former City Councilman Englander Fined Nearly $80,000
A belligerent Woodland Hills resident has once again attacked a fruit vendor set up at the corner of Canoga and Dumetz. This time, however, he… Read More »Rampaging Neighbor Takes Axe to Fruit Vendor’s Stand
YouTuber and makeup artist Jeffree Star isn’t known for his subtlety, and his latest endeavor is nothing less than mega. After having his Hidden Hills… Read More »Jeffree Star Makes Up for Lost Time on the Market With $16.7 Million Sale
The Caring Calabasas Club at the Calabasas Senior Center recently collected three truck loads of pet-friendly products, including blankets, carriers, beds, collars and leashes. The… Read More »Caring Calabasas Seniors to the Rescue!
By Bob Blumenfield As we have been successfully creating more transitional and permanent housing, the City Council has been approving specific, but limited locations where… Read More »City Council to Crack Down on Homeless Camps
Operation Gratitude has teamed up with Chapstick and local volunteers this August to thank our deployed troops by providing care packages to those who raised… Read More »Operation Gratitude Seeks Volunteers August 10
Best Friends has announced plans to cease operations by December 31 at the Mission Hills location that was formerly the Northeast Valley Animal Shelter funded… Read More »Best Friends Pulls Out; Leave Animal Shelter in Ruff Spot
The L.A. City Council this week supported an amendment to extend the ban on homeless camping – broadening the existing ban on sitting, sleeping or… Read More »L.A. City Council To Expand Homeless Camping Ban