"Whether it's been on those hot summer days in summer school or waking up at 6 a.m. for a review session, the journey has been unforgettable with Mr. Del Rio, and this is not just flowery rhetoric," said Saugus High School student David Hughes.
Queen Momma Rita McGranahan, dressed in purple pajamas and a red bonnet, browsed the ceramics at the Color Me Mine in Valencia.
The Passover Seder meal is a annual Jewish feast held on the first and second nights of the Jewish holiday of Passover.
"What does the Lord require of you but to do justice, and to love kindness, and to walk humbly with your God."
Children lined up outside the multipurpose room at Fair Oaks Elementary School on March 2, Dr. Seuss' birthday.
The dining room at the Santa Clarita Valley Senior Center transformed into a gym as more and more seniors joined the circle of marchers, warming up for the upcoming exercise.
When veterans return home from war, they return from their own, personal war. Veterans bring back their own experiences, memories and stories. Each story is important and needs to be recorded. The United States Library of Congress, realizing with each passing day these untold stories vanish, created the Veterans History Project. This national project, established in 2000, "collects and preserves the remembrances of American war veterans and civilian workers who supported them," according to the ...
Tiny puzzle pieces separated by color sit in paper plates on top of a table in the lunchroom at the Bouquet Canyon Apartments.
Not too long ago, Santa Clarita was a bustling center for cowboys. Dirt roads. Rolling hills along the horizon as the sun said goodnight. Get-togethers around a raging campfire where stories and jokes were exchanged and songs were sung. Western songs, of course. "Home, home on the range" style.
There is only one place in the Santa Clarita Valley where residents can get their hair cut, highlighted and colored, revitalize their skin with a soothing facial, relax their muscles with a deep-tissue massage, wax off any unwanted hair, take care of makeup needs and even admire and buy local art.
The Santa Clarita Valley is filled with undiscovered jewels. One of those jewels is known as Bill Henderson.
Rain trickled down on the Santa Clarita Valley Senior Center as seniors, trustees, volunteers and guests attended "High-fives for All the Little Things We Do," the Santa Clarita Valley Committee on Aging/Senior Center 33rd annual meeting.
The dark night began its exit as the sun prepared its daily opening act over the Acacia trees scattered sporadically in the tiny village of Mateves, Tanzania.
"Who did their homework?" Alexandra Tozzi asked her classmates as they waited for their instructor to arrive. "Who wants to share?"
Four seniors sat in Activity Rooms 1 and 2 at the Santa Clarita Valley Senior Center Wednesday afternoon, the first to arrive in anticipation of Bob Kellar visiting the center and offering an hour of his time to address the senior community and answer any questions.