Where is your favorite place to stand in the Santa Clarita Valley? Escape asked that question of readers and we received several thoughtful replies. The inspiration for this week's cover story comes from the Web site www.stoodthere.com, where visitors are encouraged to post photos and share the "greatest place on Earth" with others. Currently the Web site is holding a contest to find (in their words) "100 of the most wondrous, inspiring, or thought-provoking locations" in the United States. Visitors to the site can vote for the Greatest Place to Stand in the United States 2009. Here ...
The countdown to the start of school is on. It seems impossible that school will actually begin for most Santa Clarita Valley students Wednesday and Thursday of this week! Do most parents actually like this early start to school?
If you've never had the opportunity to watch a silent-era film under the stars on a warm August night, now is your chance.
How high will your Southern California Edison electricity bill be for the last month? I'm afraid ... very afraid!
It's seriously summer! Looks like nothing but blue skies and hot weather ahead as far as the eye can see.
A memorial service for longtime Boys & Girls Club supporter Sheldon Allen is scheduled for 1 p.m. Saturday at the organization's Sierra Vista Junior High club in Canyon Country.
Life is stress. Not enough time, not enough money, not enough fun.
The spring sunshine set the stage for Henry Mayo's Holiday Home Tour League's fashion show and luncheon at the elegant Westridge home of Shelley Hann on May 6.
I was out of town on the Fourth of July, but I've heard from several sources that this year's Fourth of July Parade was the best ever. I'm sorry I wasn't there to ride on The Signal's beautiful float. I was proud that so many folks took the time to craft such a beautiful salute to The Signal's 90th birthday!
If you love fine dining, there is no greater honor then to sit at the "chef's table" ... which is a rare chance to be treated to a special menu prepared by the executive chef.
Another Fourth of July is in the record books. I guess its time to gear up for the holidays!
Jillian Harris, the fun-loving Canadian beauty of last season's "The
Dora Zavala brought a flame of inspiration to the installation ceremonies of Soroptimist International of Greater Santa Clarita Valley held June 23 at the Tournament Players Club in Valencia.
For everyone who was whining about the June gloom. Summer has arrived. Are you happy now?
The Betty Ferguson Foundation has selected Dianne Van Hook, chancellor of College of the Canyons, as the foundation's Woman of Honor for 2009. The event, to be held Sept. 19 at the Tournament Players' Club in Valencia, will celebrate its 10th year honoring influential women in and outside the Santa Clarita Valley.