Honestly, pizza doesn't really ring my chimes. Dough, tomato sauce, cheese...yawn. Usually, I just eat the cheesy, saucy part and leave the soppy crust behind.
From pit bulls to poodle skirts, no topic is too hot for the participants of "Live, Laugh, Love," a weekly group that meets at the Santa Clarita Valley Senior Center.
They move as if one, a half dozen actors from a silent, slow-motion kung fu movie. Arms unfurl into graceful characters, while legs pivot the torso to the next scene.
In the mood for something Latin, but not quite sure what? Mexican, Cuban, Peruvian? Any of those caliente cravings can be satisfied at La Rumba Latin Mix in Saugus.
At 41, Kim Smith had it all - loving family, flourishing career, and a body so fine, she was a regular model in "Shape" magazine.
It was just about lunchtime when the impromptu dance broke out. "Come on, Fay, cha cha cha," Jay Valenzuela said to his partner, pulling her up from the chair. Fay Dicker, 86, grinned from ear to ear as she was spun around the living room by Valenzula. Dicker's roommate and friend Esther Bobrow, 90, clapped along, even though there was no music. "We're like family here. We have fun together," Valenzuela said. Opened in ...
Bonnie and Clyde were lucky to make a getaway. Instead of being gunned down by cops, the brother and sister miniature pinscher-Manchester terrier mixes were waiting on death row at the Baldwin Park shelter before being rescued by New Leash on Life.
In a valley of franchised fast food, authentic ethnic joints like Grill Kabob often get overlooked.
The stairs were becoming a problem for Jennifer Duke and her husband Errol Adams. Too steep for her multiple sclerosis, the shaky railing unsafe for his cognitive disability.
Though he looks more like a '50s auto mechanic than a modern-day punk rocker, Mike Ness still has the chops and the heart to keep fans young and old clamoring for more.
Most workouts don't advocate just hanging around. Vozdu, the suspended yoga program created by Lee and Debbie Park of Valencia's Aerial Experience Productions, encourages students to do precisely that. Knotted bolts of soft tricot cloth are strewn across a metal staging truss in the large gym, approximately three feet off the ground, for students to suspend from during the 50-minute class at the Industrial Center location. Vozdu, "the Russian word for air," Lee Park said, ...
They say the journey of a thousand miles begins with the first step. For Kelly Iles of Canyon Country, an upcoming three day, 60-mile pilgrimage actually began when her mother Kathy Clements was diagnosed with breast cancer 12 years ago.
In an evening filled with such notable guests as Dr. Phil McGraw, Jon Voight, and Gary Sinise, Iraq Star Foundation vice president Micaela Bensko knows where the spotlight will shine during their second annual "A Night of Honour" celebration - on the 20 veterans who have received reconstructive surgery through the non-profit organization.
Forget "Guitar Hero." Chef David Lawrence wants America's food lovers to become rock stars in the kitchen.
Times are tough, but that doesn't have to stop you from enjoying a good, solid lunch at a fair price. Our staff recently collected their favorite lunch deals around town, ranging in price from $1.50 to $9.99, with a focus on independent restaurants.
SueAnn O'Connor of Valencia has had a lot of dogs in her life, but never one quite like Lulu.
Maverick has spent several months at Advanced Care Animal Care Center in Canyon Country, but the senior cat is far from sick. He's looking for a new home and veterinarian/owner Amanda Gillen felt her office was a good place to start.
Blooming flowers and blossoming plants signal the start of spring across the Santa Clarita Valley. The season has been known to trigger environmental allergies not just in people, but for their pets, as well.
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