San Fernando Valley, Conejo Valley, Ventura County

The League of Comedy is here with holiday cheer and a punchline packed night of laughter held on the first Tuesday of every month, featuring a line up of comics that will knock it out of the park, plus one of LA’s hottest indie musical guest, and $5 margaritas all night. So bring you and your crew down to On The Thirty February 5th for the League of Comedy All-Star Show, where anything could happen and you'll definitely be laughing! It’s more at the door, so grab your tickets before... they run out. Appreciate you Follow Us FB: @leagueofcomedy IG: @the_league_of_comedy TW: @aleagueofcomedy Check us out on the ‘Gram @the_league_of_comedy Website: Price: $10 online advance sale, $15 at the door Discount Tickets: 14622 Ventura Blvd #112 Sherman Oaks, CA 91403

Our Lady of Lourdes Women’s Council

invites you to their annual




STROUP HALL  18400 Kinzie Street, Northridge, CA 91325

(south of Lassen, east of Reseda)

Get an early start on your holiday shoppingFresh baked goods and tamales. Vendors include Tupperware, Pampered Chef, wood carved gifts, fashion  jewelry, artisan jewelry, holiday décor, embroidered linens, scarves, clothing, hand sewn items, handcrafted items, ceramics, hot/cold pillows and fleece blankets, personalized children’s clothing, and  more

For vendor information contact Mary Roehrick  818-701-0807


ENCINO FARMERS MARKET Every Sunday, 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., rain or shine. There will be live entertainment, along with various vendors selling fresh produce and beautiful products.

17400 Victory Blvd Van Nuys



FREE CANCER SCREENINGS 2nd Friday of each month from 8am to 4pm. Free Cancer Screenings for uninsured or underinsured on the second Friday of each month. Prostate Screenings and free Mammograms. Please RSVP

18300 Roscoe Blvd, Northridge  

Registration: 818 885-8500, ext. 5668


TOPANGA VINTAGE MARKET EVERY 3rd Sunday 8 am to 3 pm. From furniture to fashion, jewelry to tools, find vintage everything, including things you’ve never heard of! 
Los Angeles Pierce College Parking Lot, Victory and Mason blvd. 310 422 1844


MULTIPLE MYELOMA SUPPORT GROUP Meetings are normally on the third Wednesday of each month from 7:00PM to 9:00PM Our meetings usually feature a guest speaker, lively discussion and caring support. Temple Judea, in Tarzana 818-515-6060


TEEN ADVISORY COMMITTEE  Once a month on the third Monday of the month from 6:30 - 7:30 p.m. for grades 6-8. The Agoura Hills Teen Advisory Committee is an advisory board built up of youth in the community. The goal of this committee is to create a teen built program for the community where one can go to express themselves and a place for them to build an identity.
29900 Ladyface Court Agoura Hills

LOVE AMBASSADORS AT GRANADA HILLS GRUBFEST 40 gourmet trucks. Jazz, house, rock n roll, R&B with comedy and positive psychology thrown in. Ongoing, Fridays, 5:30 p.m. Chatsworth St. between Zelzah and White Oak.

SOULFUL SUNDAY BRUNCH Join the Rose Sundays for brunch, with live Motown music. The Rose, Pasadena.
(888) 645-5006

QUEEN MARY Queen Mary Ships & Giggles Laugh off the blues with hilarious comedians from Southern California. Second Mon. of each month.(800) 437-2934

VALLEY RAGTIME STOMP A free monthly concert in Canoga Parkfeaturing ragtime-era and vintage music, including stride, boogie-woogie, blues and ballads. Amateur and professional musicians. 2nd Saturday of the month. 21601 Sherman Way, Canoga Park.(818) 766-2384

WOODLAND HILLS RECREATION CENTER is a 19-acre park providing community-based activities and courses year round. Classes such as parent & me, pre-k, dance, art, music, yoga, karate, tennis, cooking, baseball, basketball, soccer, softball, and volleyball. Ongoing. 5858 Shoup Ave., Woodland Hills.

(818) 883-9370   

PINK LADY PRESENTS IT AIN’T OVER 'TIL YOU SAY IT’S OVER Each week, Pink Lady and her guests share “Lives Well Lived. Ongoing. Live stream on  Wednesdays, 11 a.m.
(818) 570-5085

FAKE NEWS, REAL BLUES How changing technologies and a lack of diversity in newsrooms are hurting media coverage of Latinos and people of color. Lundring Events Center, 1-67 W Olsen Rd, Thousand Oaks.(805)

KOL TIKVAH SOUL SHABBAT Join us in praise and celebration! Everyone including families are invited for a soulful experience and dancing in the aisles with Rabbi Jon Hanish, Rabbi Becky Hoffman, Cantor Noa Shaashua, and Rabbinic Intern Dr. Esther Jilovsky. Our friendly Shabbat service is followed by socializing, sweet treats, and coffee. Fridays. Kol Tikvah, 20400 Ventura Blvd., Woodland Hills.
(818) 348-0670

LEAGUE OF COMEDY ALL STAR SHOW is here with holiday cheer and a punchline packed night of laughter held on the first Tuesday of every month, featuring a line up of comics that will knock it out of the park, plus one of LA’s hottest indie musical guest, and $5 margaritas all night. 14622 Ventura Blvd #112 Sherman Oaks.

BAI HOLIDAY ICE RINK Nov. 1 - Jan. 20. Pershing Square 532 S. Olive St., Pershing Square, Los Angeles.

GOURMET FOOD TRUCK NIGHT First Thursday of the month. Hottest food trucks in the southland. DJ, friends, restaurants and shops joining in with late hours and specials. Oxnard's Plaza Park, 519 South C St., Oxnard.

MUSCLES & MOJO MORNING CAR SHOW Event features classics, hot rods, muscle cars, bombs, trucks and lowriders. Free coffee and Matchbox Cars! Dog friendly!  Also, free admission to the museum during the event. First Sunday of the month.  The Murphy Auto Museum, 2230 Statham Blvd., Oxnard.

BHAKTI FEST 2019 will feature amazing conscious music, yoga, spiritual and wellness workshops and more, attracting spiritual seekers far and wide. New features include a lake for swimming, aquatic, and paddleboard yoga, and vast vibrant space for art installations. Sept. 25 - 30. Roadrunner Dunes, 4733 Desert Knoll Ave, Twentynine Palms.

THE LAST COMEDY SHOW ON EARTH is a show that happens every Saturday at The Comedy Bunker in Burbank. It is a showcase of six of the best comedians in Los Angeles each doing 12 minutes of their best jokes. The show is BYOB so feel free to bring drinks for you and all of your friends. There are concessions available for purchase at the show. Ongoing. The Bunker, 2200 West Burbank Blvd, Suite B, Burbank.
(424) 832-6900 

LOS ANGELES SHORT FILM & SCRIPT FESTIVAL Cultural event for all ages. Local, National and International films. Meet filmmakers in person. Make new connections in Film and TV industry! Sat, Sept 21. 1404 3rd St, Santa Monica.

TUESDAY FOOD TRUCKS The perfect date or family night out! We will have a variety of food trucks for you to try: Cousin's Maine Lobster, The Grilled, Cheese Truck, Epic Tacos, Dreamy Creations. Oct. 8. 299 S Moorpark Rd. Thousand Oaks.

SECOND ANNUAL OXNARD CRUISE NIGHT Open to the public and anyone who wants to display their classic car or truck (pre-1975 cars & trucks). Enjoy delicious food from restaurants located in Centennial Plaza. Music will be provided by Oxnard's premiere female deejay "DJ G-Cut." 2nd Friday of the month. Oxnard Plaza Park (805) 385-2705

VENTURA BOOTS & BREWS is all about celebrating friends, cold Beer, and great country music! Grab your best dancing boots and get ready for THE BEST country music lineup Ventura has seen! Food from local food vendors and ice cold beer will be available for purchase! Sept. 21. San Buenaventura State Beach Park Ventura.

LOS ANGELES SHORT FILM & SCRIPT FESTIVAL Los Angeles Short Film & Script Festival. Cultural event for all ages. Local, National and International films. Meet filmmakers in person. Make new connections in Film and TV industry! Sept 21. 1404 3rd St, Santa

QUINTETO ASTOR PIAZZOLLA  The soul-stirring sound of tango in its most authentic form comes to The Soraya, brought directly to Los Angeles by Laura Escalada Piazzolla, the wife of the late maestro Astor Piazzolla. Oct. 3. Younes and Soraya Nazarian Center for the Performing Arts, 18111 Nordhoff St., Northridge.
(818) 677-3000

ADAM WEST DAY Follow the Bat Signal to Walla Walla for a day in celebration of Walla Walla’s favorite son. The Third Annual Adam West Day is scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 21 — the first time Adam West Day will be held on a weekend — honoring the late actor best known for his role as Batman in the legendary 1960s show and later as the voice of Mayor Adam West on the show The Family Guy.

THE LIVE VIDEO TOUR Rather than staging a traditional rock show, the polymath quartet plays along in perfect sync with their iconic music videos on the silver screen, taking detours between songs to wander playfully into unexpected places. Nov. 2, 3. The Younes and Soraya Nazarian Center for the Performing Arts, 18111 Nordhoff St., Northridge.(818) 677-3000
FREE TICKETS FOR AMERICA’S HEROES The brave men and women who serve in the U.S. Military and first responders who serve their local communities get free tickets to the 49th Annual Big Bear Lake Oktoberfest on September 7-8, 2018. Opening weekend kicks off with America’s Heroes weekend, a commemorative celebration that honors anyone with an official badge or military I.D., including active military and veterans, law enforcement and firefighters, as well as their immediate family members.(909) 585-3000
SBACOUSTIC a highly anticipated celebratory series beginning Sept. 14 with the opening weekend of live international acoustic music concerts, guitar workshops, and artisanal guitar show at the New Vic Theatre. SBAcoustic continues with musically diverse live music concerts through Dec. 14 at downtown Santa Barbara venues: The Wooden Hall Concerts at the Alhecama Theatre, the Lobero Theatre and SOhO Restaurant & Music Club.

57TH ANNUAL STUNTMEN'S ASSOCIATION TROY MELTON CHARITY GOLF EVENT Stuntmen's Association Motorcycle Poker Ride & the 57th Annual Stuntmen's Association Troy Melton Charity Golf Tournament. Sept. 20 - 22. Pechanga's Temecula Creek Inn, 44501 Rainbow Canyon Rd, Temecula.
(818) 766-4334

CPWC BINGO NIGHT Wanted like the old western poster for an evening of BINGO. Sept. 20, 6 p.m. at our club house located at 7401 Jordan Ave (at Valerio St) in Canoga Park. $20.00 buys you one book of 10 games. Bring your cowboy hunger for Games, Burgers with all the trimming, Desserts, and if you have some western style clothes, this is the time to wear them! We have Bingo games and opportunity gift baskets, additional game books $5 each, daubers available for $1.25, prizes include a variety of gift cards. Wine is available; donation of $3 a glass, soft drinks and water $1. (818) 437-2232

LOS ANGELES CHAMBER ORCHESTRA'S SESSION Conductor and classical music innovator Christopher Rountree, founder of the renegade twenty-four-piece ensemble wild Up, curates Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra’s (LACO) SESSION, an innovative performance experience with site-specific visual concepts staged by the art collective Four Larks, on Friday October 11, 8 pm. Pico Union Project, 1153 Valencia St., Los Angeles.
(213) 622-7001 × 1



West Valley Family YMCA

5K/10K & Family Fun Run

November 16th at

Marvin Braude Mullholland Gateway Park

Register at ymcaLA.orgMissileRun

VALLEY  RAGTIME STOMP is a free monthly concert in Canoga Park, featuring ragtime-era and other vintage music, including stride, boogie-woogie, blues and ballads. It’s a gathering of amateur and professional musicians that welcomes newcomers to play or just listen. 2nd Saturday of the month and take turns playing the fine grand piano.


TRIO MAESTRI L’Ermitage Foundation, will present Roberto Cani, Italian Violinist,  the Concertmaster of the Los Angeles Opera Orchestra; Ruslan Biryukov, Russian Cellist, wFounder of the Glendale Philharmonic Orchestra; and Armen Guzelimian, Armenian Pianist, a renowned concert and recording artist.  The trio will perform classical favorites from the chamber music repertoire. June 14. Grand Ballroom of the Luxe Sunset Boulevard Hotel, 11461 Sunset Blvd., Bel Air.
(310) 472-3330

A FAERY HUNT’S AMAZING AADVEMTURE are interactive performances . Go on a gentle quest through the forest to find the faeries and they'll send us on a lovely, musical adventure! Jun. 16. Los Encinos State Historic Park, 16756 Moorpark St., Encino (818) 324-6802


TINY PORCH CONCERTS National Park Service will play host to an exciting summer season of free folk, rock, gospel and country music. Peter Strauss Ranch, 30000 Mulholland Hwy., Cornell.


WEEKLY CANCER SUPPORT GROUPS Open to cancer patients and their families.(805) 379-4777  

ORIENTATION MEETINGS Learn about Cancer Support Community. Tuesdays, 7 p.m., Fridays, 10 a.m. 
(805) 379-477

ENCORE OLDER ADULT EDUCATION PROGRAM Pierce College education program designed for older adults (50+). Encore offers FREE noncredit classes and some fee-based classes through Community Extension. 
(818) 710-2561

BEREAVEMENT GROUP For those who have experienced loss of someone from cancer. Thursdays, 6:30 p.m.
(805) 379-4777

“FAMILY AND FRIENDS” Support group for family, friends, and caregivers of cancer patients.

(805) 379-4777

BUFF BONES Bone building exercise. Mon. & Weds. Agoura Hills Rec

ROSE LEAF RAGTIME CLUB features performers playing ragtime music. $2 donation. Meets last Sun of the month.(818) 766-2384


MULTIPLE MYELOMA  Support Group. 3rd Wed. of every month.  (818) 515-6060

6TH ANNUAL HARVEST FESTIVAL SPOOKED! MOVIE AND A FRIGHT Nothing says Halloween like a haunted theater. An intimate ghost tour and rare, behind-the scenes look at the inner bones of the theater and perhaps meet a spirit! Get in the spirit with a screening of Phantom of the Opera. Oct. 20, 7 p.m. Oxnard Performing Arts Center, 800 Hobson Way, Oxnard.(805) 486-2424

BURBANK ART ASSOCIATION FALL ART SHOW  Nov. 2 - 15. The Betsy Lueke Creative Arts Center, 1100 West Clark Ave., Burbank. (818) 238-5397


NSENGA KNIGHT: OTHER STARS In this exhibit, she works with geometric drawings, text paintings, photographs, oral history recordings and other media. Listen to the enthralling stories of black women in Brooklyn who converted to Islam prior to 1975. Runs through Oct. 11. Kwan Fong Gallery of Art and Culture, 120 Memorial Pkwy., Thousand Oaks.

MAPPING MEANING: ADVENTURES IN CARTOGRAPHY This exhibit presents a variety of beautiful maps and ways of reading them, along with objects from the times of their creation. Works date from the 16th century to the present, including a collection focusing on Scandinavia, a depiction of California as an island, and maps of the heavens. William Rolland Gallery of Fine Art, 160 Overton Ct, Thousand Oaks.(805) 4933697

COAST The City of Santa Monica annual open streets event celebrating community, art, and sustainability. More than 2 miles of city streets will be closed to cars and open for people to stroll, bike, and roll. Food, live music, art,. Experience public spaces in a new, reimagined way. Oct. 7. Downtown Santa Monica, Ocean Ave. from Wilshire Blvd. south past City Hall and Tongva Park, as well as all of Main St. to Pier Ave.



Hey Kids, Get in the Car, We're Going to Hollywood!

By Staff Writer


Residents of the Valley may not think about all of the wonderful tourist attractions that lay right here in our backyard living in the greater Los Angeles area, but the opportunities for residents and tourists alike abound with Starline Tours, the largest purveyor of guided tours and entertainment in the greater Los Angeles area. Starline Tours offers a variety of tours of popular attractions such as Hollywood, Beverly Hills, and Malibu. Our tour guide, Lisa, an affable San Fernando Valley native, hosted tour number 1, which is the tour of stars homes in the Hollywood and Beverly Hills area. The tour began with an interesting overview of how Hollywood came to be, the development of the area around the studios, and the Hollywood legends past and present that reside in the area. Leaving from the TCL Chinese Theater, parking is conveniently available at the Hollywood and Highland parking garage, providing easy access to covered parking. Guests are taken around in a comfortable open top converted van that provides ample room for approximately 15 guests per van, but at no time does anybody feel crowded. Earphones are provided for each guest providing clear sound as the tour guide provides interesting banter about Hollywood lore and current residents. Some of the current and former stars’ homes on Tour 1 include those of television personalities like Jimmy Kimmel, Larry King, Lucille Ball, and Ellen DeGeneres; movie stars Tom Cruise, Bruce Willis, Mary Pickford and Douglas Fairbanks, and music personalities such as Michael Jackson, Elvis Presley, and Ozzy Osborne. Starline tours offers a unique way to see LA as a tourist, or give out-of-town guests a hassle-free way to see all LA has to offer from the comfort and convenience of an open-top van or air-conditioned bus. Prices vary by tour. Tours leave daily from TCL Chinese Theater (and other locations), 6925 Hollywood Blvd, Hollywood, CA. 323-463-3333,


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