After spending the day exploring the island of Santorini in Greece with a friend, Niche Publications Editor Aleksandra Gajewski watched the sun set over the Sea of Crete while enjoying a glass of red wine and a delicious cheese plate.
"I loved The Oceanographers performance. That sax was sexy."
A woman suffered from a skin condition that left a nasty rash covering her entire body. When she went to the doctor, he prescribed her a cream. Weeks went by and she returned. The rash was still present.
There are more than 81,170 children in California who are hoping and waiting to be adopted.
Sept. 23 was a typical day at home for Jason and Deanna Knott and their 2-month-old son, Hunter.
Matthew and Brenda Rubin, Valencia residents for six years, are one of many couples who wish to have children but can't naturally.
Tips for parents came hard and fast during The Santa Clarita Baby Network's first baby seminar held on Sept. 24 at Valencia's Gymboree.
Diane Banda is a full-time student at College of the Canyons.
It's nearly 5 a.m. on an ordinary Thursday.
The cowboy message of doing what's right continues to thrive as the music of Santa Clarita Valley's western trio, the Cross Town Cowboys, penetrates the ears of people across the nation.
It's smart. It's simple. It's secure. And seniors from the Santa Clarita Valley left the Senior Center on Wednesday satisfied after signing up and receiving their new Transit Access Pass.
"It reminds me of Woodstock," said Ian Mort, 53, of Chatsworth.
The spirit team from Newhall Elementary School rocked their school's annual open house May 28, dancing to the soundtrack from the musical "Grease."
With temperatures reaching the 100s, it's obvious summer has arrived. Whether summer fun means having a picnic at one of the Santa Clarita Valley's parks, a bike ride through the many available trails, hitting up the rides at Six Flags Magic Mountain, or splashing around Hurricane Harbor or the Aquatics Center, one thing is for certain - it will be hot.
Anglers, hikers and other river enthusiasts awoke early Sunday to celebrate a new milestone for Los Angeles County: the addition of Piru Creek to the National Wild and Scenic River System.