When it comes to upscale shopping in the western San Fernando Valley, a must-see is “The Commons” at Calabasas.
KNX 1070 shines the spotlight on Calabasas, Hidden Hills, Agoura Hills and Westlake Village.
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Nestled in the middle of residential Agoura Hills is one of the oldest homes in California.
North of the 101 Freeway and just over the county line is a community with strong ties to an old radio show and boasts of being an escape from the hectic pace of the workaday world.
While Calabasas is a relatively new city, you can still take a walk into the past with a visit to “Old Town Calabasas.
There’s a company based in Agoura Hills that consumers around the world look to when purchasing anything from a car to health insurance.
Nestled within Westlake Village is a gem of a gated community created in the 1960s as a country getaway for city dwellers located on a 125-acre lake with eight miles of shoreline.
One of the largest foundations in the country, the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation, moved its operations to Agoura Hills six months ago after being founded more than 70 years ago.
It’s a city that’s tucked away – and yet so close to the 101 freeway, you can almost touch it as you drive by.
Most people think of the West San Fernando Valley and Conejo Valley areas as a residential area with some vestiges of ranches mixed in.
Children with disabilities mingle and play with able-bodied children at a special park in Calabasas called Brandon’s Village.