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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.
 
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Rustlers, hustlers, and cowboys: Ventura County historian Andy Ludlum discusses our community's colorful past. Link: Read Ludlum's Blog Branching Out: Find us on Twitter Email us at branchingout@theacorn.com Call us at (805) 222-0237 Written by John Loesing Produced by David Lopez Music by Ian Bradley Support the show…
 
Dads play a huge role in the lives of their daughters and a healthy relationship between them is special. Fathers not only provide security and emotional support, they also become the standards by which their daughters unconsciously or consciously measure future romantic relationships. Hence, it's important for fathers to provide the right examples…
 
Thousand Oaks High School percussion instructor Bill Garcia joins David Lopez to discuss all things drumline. With the season kicking off in February, Garcia breaks down drum line culture and offers an education on the indoor marching event. Links: 2023 TOHS Drum line rehearsal Thousand Oaks High School Drum line 2006 Support the show…
 
Acorn reporter Scott Steepleton joins host Kyle Jorrey over zoom to update listeners on his coverage of the Rebecca Grossman case. PODCAST UPDATE: In our original recording of this episode, our hosts discussed a pending Iskander family lawsuit against the City of Westlake Village. The lawsuit was filed in court, but it was never served on the city …
 
New Acorn reporter Victoria Talbot introduces herself to the Branching Out audience. Plus, what her recent reporting suggests about the new regimes in charge at the Ventura County Board of Supervisors and Ventura County Sheriff's Office. Branching Out: Find us on Twitter Email us at branchingout@theacorn.com Call us at (805) 222-0237 Written by Kyl…
 
New Year resolutions, goals have been made and now, it is time to put in the work. We are here to make the work a little bit easier. In this podcast, our correspondent did some research to find out what habits the wealthy have and the traits that keep them wealthy. There is surely something for you to learn here in order to achieve the New Year goa…
 
Moorpark Acorn editor Becca Whitnall and reporter Zia Zografos detail the ongoing student outcry at Moorpark College over a perceived lack of action around sexual harassment. Plus, the latest on progress to address the prevalence of suicide attempts on an overpass spanning the 23 Freeway. Supporting links: https://www.mpacorn.com/articles/college-t…
 
From months to weeks to days and now, we are counting hours before the year 2022 ends. In this last episode PUNCH Panorama podcast of 2022, we find it important to pray for Lagos and by extension, Nigeria. Why Lagos? Some may ask. Lagos is Nigeria's commercial nerve center, it's home to many tribes from across Nigeria and beyond. Lagos as some peop…
 
Away from serious national issues, let's discuss relationships. Today's topic is about married men and why some of them eat out. There are different reasons as to why married men eat out, some will say they want to taste something different, others will say eating out is an opportunity to hang out with friends. In this podcast, our correspondent sh…
 
Acorn sports editor Eliav Appelbaum and Branching Out producer David Lopez break down the year's biggest headlines in sports. Branching Out: Find us on Twitter Email us at branchingout@theacorn.com Call us at (805) 222-0237 Written by Eliav Appelbaum Produced by David Lopez Music by Ian Bradley Support our Sponsor: Food Share of Ventura County Supp…
 
First of all, we have to say Merry Christmas to everyone. Christmas is that time of the year that we always look forward to because it comes with a lot of good tidings, gift sharing, outings, family bonding, lots of food to eat and every other good thing you can imagine. As our correspondent pointed out, it seems like Christmas this year is not 'Ch…
 
Seeing that the Christmas celebration is in two days, the thought of what meals to prepare for the day might be top of mind for you. This podcast will surely be of help in that regard. It is common knowledge that rice is a staple food in most homes in the country and standard during the festive season but are you hungry for something other than a r…
 
Kyle J. and David L. look back on some of their favorite episodes, interviews and moments from the past year. Plus, some news on Branching Out sports and a look ahead to 2023. Supporting links: Cleanup Crisis: SSFL Revisited Taking a Stand Against Hate Local Ukrainians Speak Out The Powers Report Convo About Cannabis School District Welcomes New Su…
 
Adam Haverstock, director of operations for Visit Conejo Valley, discusses efforts by the Chamber of Commerce and hotels in Agoura Hills and Thousand Oaks to encourage tourism and the impact out-of-town visitors have on the local economy. Supporting links: Visit Conejo Valley website Visit Conejo on Twitter Visit Conejo on Instagram Visit Conejo on…
 
Editor Becca Whitnall and reporter Makena Huey dive into the stories making headlines in Camarillo, including the murder of Tomoko Hoetzlein, who was allegedly killed by her son, David, in the apartment they shared. Plus news of Camarillo’s first Costco. Background: Suspect found incompetent to stand trial Court docs: Credit card bill led to homici…
 
There is a thin line between tough love and emotional abuse. The line is so blurred that the victim and other people around them may be unaware and thus unable to seek for help. Sadly, emotional abuse is very prevalent in our society today with many suffering the consequences without knowing, thus not seeking help. This type of abuse messes with th…
 
Ventura County District Attorney Erik Nasarenko and his chief investigator, Scott Whitney, sit down for a far-ranging talk on criminal justice, the state of the courts and the crimes most impacting local residents in 2022. Episode originally recorded on Nov. 10. Related information: Murder charged in death of Rachel Castillo Roommate recalls Memori…
 
Is There Any Reason For An Exit Plan In Marriage? Days back, a TV journalist, Morayo Afolabi-Brown, raised a suggestion that elicited varied reactions from social media users. Afolabi-Brown, who anchors a news review show had expressed her thoughts on the need for some women to have a long term exit plan from marriage while stating that no man was …
 
It is believed that the name of a person is an important part of his/her identity. In a society like Nigeria, a name can carry a cultural meaning as well as have a deep personal or historical meaning, all of which are important. Although it is not always the case, different people are given names due to the circumstances of their birth or prevailin…
 
Acorn Newspapers Managing Editor John Loesing and Branching Out legal/political analyst James Bozajian break down the 2022 midterm election results, some of which are still undecided. But more on that in the episode... Branching Out: Find us on Twitter Email us at branchingout@theacorn.com Call us at (805) 222-0237 Written by Kyle Jorrey Produced b…
 
There are so many physical reasons why someone may just slump and die. It could be due to lack of exercise, not eating the right foods, smoking, as well as other reasons. In this podcast, we delved into some of the reasons, symptoms and risk factors as well as the things one should look out for in order to reduce the risk of a cardiac arrest. Our c…
 
Acorn reporter Scott Steepleton (on Twitter @ScottSteepleton) joins the show to provide our listeners with the latest from inside the courtroom as pretrial hearings continue in the State vs. Rebecca Grossman ahead of a potential trial date in early 2023. Plus: an update on the battle over the handling of Richard Grossman's $18M estate and a strange…
 
Branching Out host Kyle Jorrey is joined by Thousand Oaks Assistant City Manager Ingrid Hardy and Thousand Oaks Chief of Police Jeremy Paris to discuss plans for the East County's first homeless shelter as well as two other construction projects intended to address a lack of affordable housing in the city. Support links: City selects partner to dev…
 
With Election Day just three weeks away, tune in as Acorn editors Kyle Jorrey and John Loesing recap and share audio highlights from the the recent contentious debate between Ventura County Board of Supervisors' candidates Claudia Bill-de la Peña and Jeff Gorell. Plus, a look back at the Acorn-Chamber of Commerce forums at Cal Lutheran University a…
 
Rotary Club of Thousand Oaks president Paul Dryman stops by the Thousand Oaks Acorn booth at the 30th annual TO Rotary Street Fair. Branching Out host Kyle Jorrey and Dryman discuss how the Rotary Club has maintained its global fight against Polio while continuing to make an impact in the city of Thousand Oaks. Support the show…
 
Candidates for Ventura County Supervisor District 4 Janice Parvin and Bernardo Perez take a break from the campaign trail to sit down for a ranging conversation with Acorn editors Sylvie Belmond and Becca Whitnall. Perez (D) and Parvin (R) are running against one another to represent Simi Valley and Moorpark on the Board of Supervisors. Related inf…
 
Thousand Oaks Acorn editor Kyle Jorrey chats with Thousand Oaks resident Gerry Conway. Conway is the co-creator of Marvel Comics “The Punisher.” Tune in and hear how Conway broke into the industry at 14, and how he found success working for Stan Lee. Branching Out: Find us on Twitter Email us at branchingout@theacorn.com Call us at (805) 222-0237 W…
 
Host and Thousand Oaks Acorn editor Kyle Jorrey sits down with Rob Murphy of Capsida Biotherapuetics, a Thousand Oaks based startup, to discuss the biotech boom happening in the Conejo Valley. Accompanying Links: New biotech kid on the block making news Former Amgen exec named COO of startup Branching Out: Find us on Twitter Email us at branchingou…
 
Last week, Las Vegas Review-Journal reporter Jeff German was found stabbed to death outside his home, presumably for his reporting on elected official Clark County Public Administrator Robert Telles, who was arrested several days later in connection with the murder. Simi Valley Acorn editor Sylvie Belmond and Camarillo/Moorpark Acorn editor Becca W…
 
Happy Labor Day. Moorpark Acorn editor Becca Whitnall and Moorpark Acorn reporter Zia Zografos host this episode, introducing themselves as the new editorial team behind the newspaper and discussing some of the latest news out of the city of Moorpark. Accompanying Links: Whitnall named editor at Camarillo, Moorpark Zia Zografos Becca Whitnall Quick…
 
In the podcast's first ever collaboration episode with the Acorn Newspapers' digital lifestyle magazine Beyond the Acorn, hosts Kyle Jorrey and David Lopez take a trip to a tiny Simi Valley kitchen to chat with its chef, Logan Sandoval, who is doing big things with food. The ZEF BBQ creator and Royal High School alum serves up innovative creations …
 
The Acorn's managing editor John Loesing sits down with Malibu-Lost Hills Sheriff's Station Captain Jennifer Seetoo, who was named captain May 11, 2022. Seetoo, a 24-year veteran of the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department, is the first female captain in Lost Hills' 30-year history. Loesing and Seetoo discuss crime prevention efforts and recent …
 
In honor of legendary Dodgers announcer and Westlake Village resident Vin Scully, who passed away August 2 at the age of 94, we’re dedicating this episode to Dodgers baseball history. Sports host David Lopez visits the home of retired Dodger pitcher Ralph Mauriello, who spent eight years in the Dodgers organization, including three games for the bi…
 
Branching Out host and Thousand Oaks Acorn editor Kyle Jorrey sits down with Haider Alawami, Economic Development Manager for the City of Thousand Oaks, to discuss the state of the local economy. Jorrey and Alawami explore what new business in Thousand Oaks looks like and how the city’s approach to housing will be a key component of its future succ…
 
Three months after the highly anticipated ribbon cutting for the Wallis Annenberg Wildlife Crossing on the 101 Freeway at Liberty Canyon Road, yet another mountain lion met a tragic end attempting to cross the 101 Freeway in the San Fernando Valley. In this episode, Thousand Oaks Acorn editor Kyle Jorrey meets via Zoom with Beth Pratt of the Nation…
 
Thousand Oaks Acorn editor Kyle Jorrey and Simi Valley Acorn Sylvie Belmond sit down with Simi Valley Unified School District’s new superintendent, Dr. Hani Youssef. The trio discuss Youssef’s background in education, goals for the district’s future and plans for keeping kids safe in the classroom. Accompanying Links: SVUSD board picks Youssef as n…
 
Simi Valley Acorn’s editor, Sylvie Belmond, and reporter, Michele Willer-Allred, stop by the studio to fill host Kyle Jorrey in on the latest news from Simi Valley. The trio talk about the Santa Susana Field Lab, the charges against Nicholas Roske for allegedly attempting to assassinate Supreme Court Justice Kavanaugh and the latest on several poli…
 
Just weeks after a landmark bipartisan gun control bill was signed into law, Camarillo Acorn reporter Makena Huey sat down with Molly Salmon, the Thousand Oaks mom who organized June’s March for Our Lives rally for gun control held in response to the May 24 Robb Elementary school shooting in Uvalde, Texas. Accompanying Articles: Locals join call fo…
 
The Branching Out team is taking a break this week to spend the holiday with friends and family. We'll be back next Monday, July 11. Happy Fourth of July! Accompanying Links: Beyond the Acorn Magazine Branching Out Find us on Twitter Email us at branchingout@theacorn.com Call us at (805) 222-0237 Written by Kyle Jorrey and David Lopez Audio Enginee…
 
Las Virgenes Municipal Water District general manager David Peterson and The Acorn’s managing editor John Loesing take a deep dive into the severe water drought impacting our local communities. Accompanying Links: Record water shortage persists Fire and drought contribute to fury over possible new homes on Kanan Drought proof landscaping has pitfal…
 
Cal Lutheran University professor of political science Dr. Gregory Freeland speaks on the history and importance of Juneteenth. Freeland shares his own stories of growing up in the segregated South, noting that while much has changed, there’s still work to be done. Accompanying Links: Ventura community members discuss importance of Juneteenth Branc…
 
Four years have now passed since the night Bryn Spejcher stabbed Chad O’Melia to death Memorial Day weekend of 2018. Thousand Oaks Acorn reporter Becca Whitnall, who has been following this case from the beginning, joins the podcast to detail her most recent interviews, with O’Melia’s roommate and Spejcher’s mother. Accompanying Links: Victim’s fat…
 
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