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Be My Guest: Art, Wine & Jazz

Calabasas Art Show

By: Patte Gilbert

On October 21st at 5pm, stop by our office at 23647 Calabasas Road to look at fine art, taste local wine, listen to live jazz and take a look at some of the hottest Ferrari’s & Masserati’s from the Calabasas Auto Gallery.

The art show will host 5 artists that are well known for their plein air paintings. Perhaps most notable is David Gallup who recently won the California’s Art Club’s gold medal for painting of the year. Below, find a brief biography and one notable artwork of David Gallup, Lynn Gertenbach and Karl Dempwolf.



David Gallup:

David Gallup is an explorer. Not just of nature but of the introspective and spiritual connection man has with his environment. His life’s passion has become a quest for new interpretations of the natural world without leaving his roots in Plein-Air Observation-Based painting. Working in the style of the impressionist masters, David’s works are created on location in some of the world’s most beautiful and fascinating places. They often depict moments when natural elements obscure solid forms, such as fog, rain, glare, or darkness. These elements are used in Gallup’s work to visually represent the sense of awe and mystery he feels for the natural world. For more go to: http://www.dgallup.com/bio.htm

 

Lynn Gertenbach:

During her nearly 40 years as a professional painter, Lynn has traveled around the world five times to paint and exhibit. She has made numerous trips to Europe and South America. In 1980 The Instituto Cultural Norte Americano sponsored a traveling exhibition of Lynn’s paintings to three cities in Peru. For more than two decades Lynn has traveled to Japan to appear at her perennial one woman shows there.

Lynn has painted portraits of many noted persons such as Maestro Zubin Mehta, the Maharaja of Navanagar, Maestro Ravi Shankar, many actors and corporate CEO’s.

She has received numerous gold medal awards and received the Life Achievement Award (Hall of Fame Inductee) from the Colorado Institute of Art. In addition, Lynn also won First Prize in the Landscape Category of the 2002 Autumn Salon Show held at Edenhurst Gallery in Beverly Hills, CA. For more go to: http://lynngertenbachart.com/3/miscellaneous6.htm

Karl Dempwolf:

Karl Dempwolf spent his childhood growing up in the picturesque Bavarian countryside but at the age of fourteen he and his family immigrated to the US on the Steam ship America. Dempwolf received his BA from California State University Northridge CA, where he will always be recognized as that institution’s first All American Athlete.

Over the years Dempwolf has participated in exhibitions at the Museum of Science and Industry in Los Angeles, the Frederick R. Weisman Museum at Pepperdine University in Malibu, the Phippen Museum in Prescott AZ, the Carnegie Art Museum in Ventura County, the Bowers Museum in Santa Ana CA. California, and the Pasadena Museum of California Art.

Dempwolf’s work can be found in publications from North Light Books, entitled Art from the Parks. His paintings are in the permanent collections of large corporations, among them McGraw-Hill Publishers, and the National Park Foundation. Dempwolf’s newly published book “A Painter’s Journey” is available here.

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Art, Wine & Jazz

Calabasas Art Show

By: Patte Gilbert

On October 21st at 5pm, stop by our office at 23647 Calabasas Road to look at fine art, taste local wine, listen to live jazz and take a look at some of the hottest Ferrari’s & Masserati’s from the Calabasas Auto Gallery.

The art show will host 5 artists that are well known for their plein air paintings. Perhaps most notable is David Gallup who recently won the California’s Art Club’s gold medal for painting of the year. Below, find a brief biography and one notable artwork of David Gallup, Lynn Gertenbach and Karl Dempwolf.



David Gallup:

David Gallup is an explorer. Not just of nature but of the introspective and spiritual connection man has with his environment. His life’s passion has become a quest for new interpretations of the natural world without leaving his roots in Plein-Air Observation-Based painting. Working in the style of the impressionist masters, David’s works are created on location in some of the world’s most beautiful and fascinating places. They often depict moments when natural elements obscure solid forms, such as fog, rain, glare, or darkness. These elements are used in Gallup’s work to visually represent the sense of awe and mystery he feels for the natural world. For more go to: http://www.dgallup.com/bio.htm

 

Lynn Gertenbach:

During her nearly 40 years as a professional painter, Lynn has traveled around the world five times to paint and exhibit. She has made numerous trips to Europe and South America. In 1980 The Instituto Cultural Norte Americano sponsored a traveling exhibition of Lynn’s paintings to three cities in Peru. For more than two decades Lynn has traveled to Japan to appear at her perennial one woman shows there.

Lynn has painted portraits of many noted persons such as Maestro Zubin Mehta, the Maharaja of Navanagar, Maestro Ravi Shankar, many actors and corporate CEO’s.

She has received numerous gold medal awards and received the Life Achievement Award (Hall of Fame Inductee) from the Colorado Institute of Art. In addition, Lynn also won First Prize in the Landscape Category of the 2002 Autumn Salon Show held at Edenhurst Gallery in Beverly Hills, CA. For more go to: http://lynngertenbachart.com/3/miscellaneous6.htm

Karl Dempwolf:

Karl Dempwolf spent his childhood growing up in the picturesque Bavarian countryside but at the age of fourteen he and his family immigrated to the US on the Steam ship America. Dempwolf received his BA from California State University Northridge CA, where he will always be recognized as that institution’s first All American Athlete.

Over the years Dempwolf has participated in exhibitions at the Museum of Science and Industry in Los Angeles, the Frederick R. Weisman Museum at Pepperdine University in Malibu, the Phippen Museum in Prescott AZ, the Carnegie Art Museum in Ventura County, the Bowers Museum in Santa Ana CA. California, and the Pasadena Museum of California Art.

Dempwolf’s work can be found in publications from North Light Books, entitled Art from the Parks. His paintings are in the permanent collections of large corporations, among them McGraw-Hill Publishers, and the National Park Foundation. Dempwolf’s newly published book “A Painter’s Journey” is available here.

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Muscular Dystrophy Association

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I’ve been charged with having a big heart and need your support to help raise money for the Muscular Dystrophy Association. It costs $1,250 each year to sponsor a child which includes flu shots, clinic visits, summer camp and more. Whatever amount you can donate would be greatly appreciated.

Go to my personal MDA site here https://www.joinmda.org/westvalley/pattegilbert and help me raise as much money as we can to change the lives of these children. Remember, all donations are Tax Deductible.

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Where’s Our Jewish Deli?

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Wanted: A Jewish Deli in Calabasas

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Someone wrote to the Calabasas Patch the same thing I’ve been asking for years…..Why don’t we have a Jewish Deli in Calabasas?

Is a deli that serves up good corned beef and Cobb salads too much to ask for?

This is an open plea for our own Jewish deli in the 91302.

It really is hard to understand why Calabasas, a city that has a large Jewish population and transplanted East Coast people like me, is bereft of any delis.
I adore our Ralphs service deli veterans Mo and Angela in The Commons, but Ralphs is not a proper deli.

Why do we have to schlep outside our hamlet to spend our 91302 bucks in Woodland Hill sat the overpriced Jerry’s Deli, or go west on the 101 to the Agoura Famous Deli or the Italia Deli (not Kosher but really tasty), or Westlake Village for Brent’s Deli, or even further to Thousand Oaks for Nate n’ Al’s Deli?

Calabasas has plenty of room for a proper sit-down deli to take the whole mispucha to for a meal. I dream of a casual friendly place, cheap and cheerful, where crisp latkes and sour cream are served, along with a hundred egg dishes, plus a lean corned beef, hot pastrami on a fresh Kaiser roll or a piping hot grilled Reuben served with crunchy pickle spears and way too many French fries.

Or perhaps a nice Nova lox, cream cheese and bagels, a good egg salad sandwich (not too much mayo) or an enormous Cobb salad, and a bakery case filled with huge black and white cookies (not too cakey), poppyseed-filled Hamantaschen, butter cookies, fresh Rugala and poofy babkas.

Is this too much to ask a city that abolished public smoking? I think not.

Can someone please get back to me on this request?

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Farmers Market: Who’s Your Vendor?

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Here’s a great article from the Calabasas Patch about our wonderful Farmer’s Market every Saturday.

And for the shoppers, what’s the draw for you? The perfect organic fruit? The halvah (my favorite), hummus and olive oils or perhaps the beeswax candles and fresh bakery breads?

For me it’s the Oxnard-based Nakamura Berry Farm with their beautiful, registered organic produce.  I have shopped from them for years.
There is always something for everyone at outOld Town Calabasas Farmers Market.

Every Saturday morning the stretch of Old Town by the Sagebrush Cantina is transformed, and it is deceptively large as the market wraps around the stores across from the Cantina into the parking lot.
Over thirty vendors sell their wares of produce, homemade cheeses, side dishes, desserts, plants, and flowers.
Less hectic and noisy than its Santa Monica counterpat event, and certainly more interesting than Malibu’s Sunday market, our Calabasas Farmers market offers celebrity sightings, and delicious food staples to get you through the week.

Homemade tamales, kettle popcorn, tapanade and pestos, stuffed peppers, a fresh fish guy, the olive man with fresh pepperoncini, capers and more.

Even handmade jewelry with semi-precious stones for exceptionally reasonable prices and fresh flowers and orchids.
Our farmers’ market has a charming, small-town feeling. Instead of closing down the main street like Santa Monica, the market is visible from the busy, two-lane main street which is right off the Mulholland freeway exit.

The event is circled by historic Oaks, Chinaberry and Eucalyptus trees with fragrant Honeysuckle vines climbed up the railings of the shops that surround the farmers’ display tables – all set up in a horseshoe configuration around the quaint shops.

Apple lovers rejoice as Honeycrisps, Granny Smith, Gravenstein, Early Red and giant Fuji apples along with packages of dried apples and jars of applesauce, apple butter, and a variety of apple jellies are there when in season, as perfect berries.
Also to be found are artichokes the size of human heads, Armenian breads and handmade scones.
It’s a heady way to waken your senses in Saturday morning.  Bring your out of town guests to the market to find hand crafted natural, vegetable-based bath and body products. Avocado and Borage soap bars and more.

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Calabasas Hills Street Repairs

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Please take note of your community resurfacing schedule

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Concrete Repairs (9/27 – 9/29) = A couple of isolated areas will be closed as needed to make concrete repairs improvements. Through traffic will be permitted Please do not park in areas designated as “No Parking.”

Grinding & Cleaning (9/29 – 10/1 + 10/4 – 10/06) Preparations for paving will begin at 8 a.m. Through traffic will be permitted. Please do not park in areas designated as “No Parking” between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Street parking will be allowed each night to look for available parking outside of the closed Section during that 24 hours period of time.

Street Paving (10/4, 10/6, & 10/7, + 10/11, 10/13 – 10/15) = One section of the complex will be closed each day for paving. Please remove vehicles from the section of pavement schedule for closure by 8 a.m. and plan on remaining off of the street for up to 24 hours. Access to the closed area will be denied to all vehicles once paving has begun. you will need to look for available parking outside of the closed section during that 24 hour period of time.

Finish work and clean up 10/18 – 10/22 = isolated areas will be closed as needed to make final improvements. Through traffic will be permitted at all times only a few closures will be needed during each day. Please do not park in areas designated as “No Parking.”

Trash Days = Street closures have been avoided and trash pickup will continue on schedule.

Attention – The repair procedures create dust. Please close all windows and doors that are adjacent to the streets. Use caution when walking around the construction areas. Please ask a worker for assistance if needed. Drive slowly and be mindful of the safety barricades.

In advance, “No Parking” signs will be posted in areas to be close. Any vehicle left on a section of asphalt pavement scheduled for repairs will be towed at the vehicle owner’s expense. Call 805.933.0308 for more information.

Monday September 27th – Friday October 22nd, select Calabasas Hills roads will be under construction. Here is the color coated map of the areas that will be affect during the area:

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Patte Gilbert is one of our community's premiere real estate agents. She has been an agent for over 20 years and has represented over 3,000 clients. She has received countless industry awards and has been a Top Producer, nationwide, for Sotheby's International Real Estate.

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The Calabasas Improv Team Loosens Up

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Students Let Loose with Comedy Sportz

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Recently, Patch.com posted this article regarding the Calabasas High improv team:

Stretching and running laps are common warm-ups for most sports, but for the players of Comedy Sportz practice starts with a game of verbal hot potato known as zip, zap, zop or a few rounds of zombie tag.

Every Tuesday night at Calabasas High School’s theater, the students on the improv Comedy Sportz team meet up to work on their acts.
“It not only prepares you for normal life, it prepares you for everyday situations where you need to improvise and you’re always ready for everything that’s thrown at you,” said Kyle Wasserman, a junior who’s been a part of the team for three years.

Calabasas High’s team also competes with other schools in the area and has a game coming up Friday.
Advisor Eric Wood, who started playing Comedy Sportz almost 20 years ago, believes the lessons learned in improv will carry on.
“Some of these kids will go on to be actors, improvisers and comedians and things like that, but most of them will go on to be lawyers, doctors and scientists, [and] this gives them a fresh way to think about things,” he said.

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Patte Gilbert is one of our community's premiere real estate agents. She has been an agent for over 20 years and has represented over 3,000 clients. She has received countless industry awards and has been a Top Producer, nationwide, for Sotheby's International Real Estate.

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Plastic Bags Ban in Calabasas

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Plastic Bags Ban in Calabasas

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Bring your own Reusable shopping bags or purchase paper bags at Calabasas Grocers

BEGINNING JULY 1, 2011

Calabasas has joined the growing ranks of municipalities encouraging residents to bring reusable bags when shopping. On February 9, 2011, the Calabasas City Council passed Ordinance No. 2011-282 to ban the use single-use carryout plastic bags that pollute our environment and constitute a high percentage of litter across the country.

Starting As of July 1, 2011, shoppers will no longer receive disposable plastic bags while shopping at Calabasas supermarkets: Albertsons, Gelson’s, Maddy’s Market, and Ralphs and Rite Aid.

As of January 1, 2012, smaller drug stores, convenience food stores, smaller retail stores and grocers will stop offering disposable plastic bags.

Shoppers are encouraged to use reusable shopping bags whenever possible. Please note that small plastic bags will still be available in stores for fruits and vegetables.

Under the terms of the new law, stores will have reusable bags available for sale and will also offer recyclable paper bags for 10 cents each in lieu of customers bringing their reusable bags or simply carrying items purchased without a bag. The fees collected from bag sales will only go towards helping stores comply with the new law.

Lower income residents who participate in the California Special Supplemental Food Program for Women, Infants, and Children program will receive either reusable bags or recyclable paper bags for free.

PLASTIC BAG FACTS

  • Plastic bags make up 0.4% of the litter stream, but up to 25% of the waste stream.
  • Californians use about 19 billion plastic bags per year, 6 billion consumed in Los Angeles County alone.
  • An estimated .3% to 5% of plastic bags are recycled at a cost that is much higher than the cost of producing new plastic bags.
  • The average “free” single-use bag is used 12 minutes before being released as pollution in the environment or waste into the landfill.
  • According to the State of California, the current projected annual cost to public agencies in California for litter prevention, cleanup, and disposal is approximately $375 million.

For more information, visit http://www.cityofcalabasas.com/bags.html

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‘Shred-it’ in Calabasas

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Shred your sensitive papers

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On June 11th, bring all your unwanted personal documents and enjoy a free purging of files. Shred-it mobile shredding trucks will be set up for your convenience free of charge. The event will also host representatives that will offer ways to protect yourself from identity theft. Go to http://shredit.com/Home.aspx for more information.

9am – 2pm
100 Civic Center Way
Calabasas CA 91302

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Carmageddon

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Residents and visitors are urged to completely avoid the freeway area on July 16-17 when a 10-mile stretch will be shut for construction work.

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City and county politicians joined public safety and transportation officials at a news conference Monday morning to alert motorists about a planned 10-mile, 53-hour closure of the heavily traveled 405 freeway in mid-July.

Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa and City Councilman Bill Rosendahl inadvertently underscored the importance of planning ahead by getting stuck in traffic and arriving a half hour late for the rush-hour news conference held at the Skirball Cultural Center adjacent to the bustling interstate.

“Anybody who would decide to have a press conference on the 405 at 9 o’clock in the morning is trying to make a point,” Villaraigosa said. “And the point is there’s gridlock on the 405 at virtually any time of the day, but particularly during the rush hour. And, if you think it’s bad now, let me just make something absolutely clear. On July 16 and 17, it will be an absolute nightmare and that’s why we’re asking the public to plan ahead, to avoid the area, to not go on the 405, or anywhere close, during that period of time.”

Villaraigosa and other officials hammered home a consistent message to plan ahead, avoid the area or stay home.

Construction crews for the I-405 Sepulveda Pass Improvements Project plan to demolish half of the Mulholland Bridge in the Sepulveda Pass in mid-July in order to build a new, wider bridge and a car pool lane on the freeway. The demolition is part of a $1 billion project to add a 10-mile northbound carpool lane that will complete the carpool lane network between Orange County and the San Fernando Valley.

Ramps along the 10-mile closure between Interstate 10 and Highway 101 will begin to shut down as early as 7 p.m. on Friday, July 15, and the closure of freeway lanes will begin at 10 p.m. to ensure full freeway closure by midnight. The freeway will remain closed until 5 a.m. Monday morning, July 18, and all ramps and connectors will be reopened by 6 a.m. Officials said they chose to close the freeway over a weekend to minimize inconvenience to weekday working commuters.

The stretch of freeway that will be closed in mid-July has been rather infamous over the years. For example, O.J. Simpson’s white Ford Bronco took the 405′s Sunset Boulevard exit during his widely televised 1994 police chase; UCLA students in 1966 blocked the 405′s northbound lanes at Wilshire Boulevard to protest a decision to send the University of Southern California’s football team to the Rose Bowl, and comedian Bill Cosby’s son, Ennis Cosby, was shot and killed in January 1997 near a Sepulveda Pass freeway exit after his car got a flat tire.

Roughly 500,000 vehicles travel along this stretch of the 405 during a typical weekend in July, and everyone should try to avoid the area to help ease the expected gridlock, Villaraigosa said.

“They’re calling this ‘carmageddon’ and our objective is to prove all the predictors wrong and it doesn’t need to be a ‘carmageddon,’ ” said Los Angeles County Supervisor Zev Yaroslavsky.

He echoed Villaraigosa by repeating that there were no alternative routes open to drivers.

“The best alternative route is to totally avoid the 405 area, completely avoid it, don’t come anywhere near it, don’t even think about coming to it, stay the heck out of here,” Yaroslavsky said.

Yaroslavsky has represented the area for 36 years and said he knows every shortcut.

“Not one of them is going to work on the weekend of the 15, 16 and 17th,” he said.

City Councilmen Paul Koretz and Rosendahl, who represent areas surrounding the freeway, also urged motorists to avoid the 405.

“Stay the hell away,” Koretz said.

“Folks, just grab your calendar and put an ‘X’ on [July] 15, 16 and 17 and don’t come to this side of town to get over the hill one way or another,” Rosendahl said.

Motorists who must drive through the Greater Los Angeles area should use alternative freeways within the region to bypass the closed area. Traffic conditions on local streets and freeways are expected to be severe with multi-hour delays. Sepulveda Boulevard, which is normally an alternative to the 405, will be open to local residents only.

The California Highway Patrol, the Los Angeles Police Department, the Los Angeles Fire Department, Caltrans, Metrolink and Metro also had representatives at the news conference and have been working together to get the word out, including the use ofFacebook and Twitter.

“Everyone is going to be impacted,” said Richard Katz, chairman of the regional rail service Metrolink. “The point we can’t stress enough is that it’s not just the area around the 405. It’s literally from Santa Barbara to San Diego to Antelope Valley and places beyond. If people come to visit their relatives, Metrolink wants to send the message that if you have to travel, we provide an alternative to get you out of your car.”

Metrolink will add additional trains in the Antelope Valley area and between Los Angeles and Orange counties, Katz said.

Caltrans will let drivers know about the closure in advance through its freeway message signs with advisories extending all the way to Northern California, said Michael Miles, Caltrans District 7 director.

“It’s going to be a real horrendous weekend. You need to really plan your trips and think about what you need to do and stay away,” Miles said. “A barbecue would be good that weekend.”

Police officers will escort fire trucks to the area if they’re needed during the closure period and evacuation plans have been made in the case of a wildfire, officials said.

The 405 is a major thoroughfare to Los Angeles International Airport and Friday night and Monday morning are some of the airport’s busiest times for passengers and workers, said Jacqueline Yaft, deputy director of operations and emergency at Los Angeles World Airports, which operates LAX.

One of the airport’s chief goals is to ensure that its 20,000 weekend employees make it to work on time so passengers won’t encounter delays due to lack of staff, Yaft said. The airport also will have to let the 170,000 daily passengers know about the freeway closure, including 52,000 international passengers, Yaft said.

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Patte Gilbert is one of our community's premiere real estate agents. She has been an agent for over 20 years and has represented over 3,000 clients. She has received countless industry awards and has been a Top Producer, nationwide, for Sotheby's International Real Estate.

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