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Branching Out is a weekly podcast expanding on the stories published in the Acorn Newspapers. Reporters and editors will discuss the impact of the stories they report and delve deeper into the issues affecting their communities.The Acorn Newspapers cover the communities of Calabasas, Agoura Hills, Westlake Village, Thousand Oaks, Camarillo, Simi Valley and Moorpark.
 
Simi Valley Life is a weekly podcast where I introduce to you not only the movers and the shakers in Simi Valley, but I will also bring on local historians to talk about local places of interest. We talk local lore, visit with volunteer organizations, introduce local heroes among us to you and more. We visit restaurants and interview restaurateurs. We take day trips to nearby cities like Hollywood, Malibu, Santa Barbara, Hollywood and more. Simi Valley Life is an interactive show where I ask ...
 
Renew Radio is an extension and outreach of the preaching ministry of Jordan Bakker, lead pastor of Grace Brethren Church in Simi Valley, CA. Renew exists to help people know God through His Word. We desire to see all people grow in their knowledge of God, be satisfied in Him, and love each other in light of the gospel of Jesus Christ. Our goal is to provide resources proclaiming the truth and beauty of Scripture, to faithfully present the full counsel of God and the gospel of Jesus Christ.
 
Everhome's Real Estate Trend Broadcast | David Bartels | Lee Honish | Presented by: www.Everhome.io Lee@Honish.io | David@EverHome.io David Bartels Owner / Broker David is a Top 10 listing agent among all real estate agents in Ventura County, CA. He is also among the top 1% of all agents nationwide as measured by the number of houses listed and sold. * Since 2010, David has assisted over 900 families buy or sell a home. * David was featured on the cover of Top Agent Magazine, a Real Estate I ...
 
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Ian and Kyle return just in time to check in with Acorn sports editor Eliav Appelbaum about one of most unusual high school sports seasons on record; plus, which former prep star just broke a 35-year-old collegiate record? Lastly, Kyle chats with leaders of the Ventura County Community College District—including Chancellor Greg Gillespie—about how …
 
Reporter Dawn Megli spotlights the prevalence of human trafficking in Ventura County and efforts being made to rescue and support its victims. Interviews include Shannon Sergey, CEO of Forever Found, a Simi Valley-based nonprofit that seeks to prevent, rescue and restore child trafficking victims; and Stacy DeWitt, founder of James Storehouse, a Ne…
 
This Sunday Sunday we studied “The Triumphal Entry” of Jesus into Jerusalem, found in Matt 21. These events set the stage for what Jesus must accomplish by going to the cross and conquering sin, death and the devil for us. You will marvel at the great humility and resolve of Christ in carrying out the will of His Father, and it will stir up your wo…
 
Holy Week begins as we celebrate Palm Sunday in worship. Palm Sunday observes when Jesus entered Jerusalem for the final time. The crowds cheered him as a triumphant king, but Jesus entered Jerusalem to go to the cross. Pastor Jon will be concluding our "Divine Appointments" series by focusing on Mary, the sister of Martha and Lazarus, who understo…
 
Reporter Monique Abrahamsen speaks with Kattya Birvette-Ortega and Linda Quiquivix of Abundant Table, a non-profit, organic farm based in Camarillo. Their conversation, recorded in one of the farm's fields, covers the organization's emphasis on growing food sustainably, educating the community and access to healthy food. Find Abundant Table online:…
 
Thousand Oaks Acorn reporter Becca Whitnall speaks with Joan Aruajo, who is in charge of Ventura County's vaccination site at the Ventura County fairgrounds. They talk about what residents can expect when they make an appointment and how the county is handling the vaccination process. Then she speaks to Katherine Kricorian, a Santa Susana High Scho…
 
It's part two of Women’s History Month and The Acorn's female editorial staff are taking over Branching Out for the next five weeks. (Kyle and Ian will be back behind the mics in April.) Simi Valley Acorn reporter Melissa Simon sits down with Simi Valley City Councilmember Elaine Litster for a discussion of how Litster balances her civic responsibi…
 
It's Women’s History Month and The Acorn's female editorial staff are taking over Branching Out for the next five weeks. (Kyle and Ian will be back behind the mics in April.) Beyond the Acorn editor Allison Montroy hosts this week's episode with an interview with Laura Allen and Dana Miller, two of the nation's first female Eagle Scouts. The Simi V…
 
https://www.resistancechicks.com/news/most-of-eu-bans-mail-in-ballots-canada-forces-travel-quarantine-nigel-on-migrants-2-28-2021/On today's TOP news stories from around the world: Most of the countries in the #EuropeanUnion already ban mail in voting, electronic voting machines and require #voterID EU law maker #JérômeRivière says, "We don't find …
 
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