Among the difficulties of the COVID-19 pandemic is one that has parents not only in Calabasas but all over the country fretting about their children’s future: the challenges of remote learning.
With schools shutting down, restaurants closing, concerts being canceled and the world going on lockdown, it is hard not to become a little panicked.
School has been remote for about a week now, and by this time you’ve probably run out of activities to keep your kids active and busy.
As spring approaches and the weather starts warming up, there’s no better feeling than spending some time outside, exploring what the city has to offer.
It’s that time of year again. Time to break out the old classics to watch in front of a warm fire, curled up on the sofa, surrounded by loved ones.
With the July 5th earthquake passing just two weeks ago, we have to start wondering when the next big one will hit.
What are you doing for this 4th of July? With the holiday right around the corner, it’s time for Calabasas High School to host its annual Fireworks Spectacular.
Summer always brings with it a host of Calabasas events perfect for connecting with your friends and neighbors, and 2019 will be no exception.
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