It was only the second competition of the season, but the Saugus High Dance Team came away with 15 trophies for both solo and team dances from the Aliso Niguel Classic held Jan. 24 in Aliso Viejo.
Happy birthday to us The Signal is 90 years old. Amazing, isn't it? In today's world of 500 cable channels, the Internet and information beamed to your cell phone there's still nothing that can compare to your hometown community newspaper. It's a treat to see photos of your child's school play, read about your neighbor's favorite charity or keep tabs on your city's politicians - all delivered to your doorstep. Only your community newspaper will ...
Mary Gregory, of Mary's Schoolhouse, was recently installed as the new president of the Family Day Care Association of the Santa Clarita Valley, at the organization's annual installation and awards ceremony.
Cheers for the SCV Chamber Welcome to February. If you thought January was short, we're now officially in the shortest month of the year. However, Skip Newhall pointed out something interesting to our newsroom. Look at your February calendar. This is one of those rare times when February actually has four full weeks, Sunday through Saturday. Chamber installs new leadership The Santa Clarita Valley Chamber of Commerce held their anuual installation event on Friday night ...
The star of "Phantom of the Opera" at the Pantages Theatre in Hollywood is not the cast of the national touring production parked in the venerable theater for a limited run through Feb. 21, but the theater itself.
Whenever "Phantom of the Opera" comes to Los Angeles it can be considered a major theatrical event.
Veteran photojournalist and former Signal chief photographer Dan Watson has returned to the Santa Clarita Valley's only local newspaper to head up the photo department.
It's the last Sunday of January. As much as I hate to admit it, I must be getting up there, because the months seem to rush by quicker and quicker. Duff McKagan of Guns N' Roses
After two years as president of the Santa Clarita Artists' Association Sandy Fisher of Saugus recently passed the gavel of leadership to Laurie Morgan.
Vino 100 Tuesday, Jan. 20, from 5-7 p.m. Black Bag Wine Club Tasting Night; no cost for members; $15/person all others. Thursday, Jan. 22, 6-8 p.m. Blind Tasting; $15/person. Wednesday, Jan. 28, 6-8 p.m. Meet the Grape: Cabernet Sauvignon; $15/person Wednesday, Feb. 11, from 7-9 p.m. Women on Wine; $20/person Thursday, Feb. 12, and Friday, Feb 13, exclusive screening of "Bottle Shock," the movie; call store for details. Vino 100 located at 28112 Newhall Ranch ...
I love "Hell's Kitchen." I shouldn't - but I do. I have enough "guilty pleasures" tucked away in my closet that it's getting very crowded in there. But when it comes to television my guiltiest pleasure is "Hell's Kitchen."
There's no better way to celebrate life than with a glass of wine - and I'm not alone in my enjoyment of the fruit of the vine. The Santa Clarita Valley boasts nearly half a dozen wine bars and wine tasting locations.
It is winter ... and the vines are sleeping in DiMaggio Washington's Acton vineyard. The 550 vines in his one-acre vineyard need their rest because spring will soon arrive and the plants will be expected to begin the hard work of growing the grapes for Washington's private label Rancho Santiago Estates wine.
January is already halfway in the history books, but before we leave the holidays of 2008 behind completely, I would like to share a message I received from Ivan Price, executive director of the Boys & Girls Club of Santa Clarita Valley Foundation.
The fine line of writing a book review is to entice the reader into wanting to read the book without giving away too much of the book's storyline.
It is one of the Santa Clarita Valley's best kept secrets, said Sherry Klaus, Santa Clarita Master Chorale board chairwoman.
Did you remember to set your clocks forward one hour last night? Yes, it is daylight saving time again. My least favorite time of the year! I would much rather gain an hour of sleep, than lose one!
Seventeen Santa Clarita Valley volunteers have been nominated as candidates for 2013 SCV Man and Woman of the Year.
Seventeen Santa Clarita Valley volunteers were introduced to the community on Tuesday, as candidates for 2013 SCV Man and Woman of the Year.
Kurt Bryant spends his life in front of a camera, but you won't recognize his face.
It's a beautiful weekend in the Santa Clarita Valley! Spring is the best season. I can't wait for the yuccas to begin blooming and for the hills to turn that pretty green. I'm seeing a few wildflowers popping up along the side of the roads, too!
The 46th annual Xi Nu Zeta Lasagna Dinner attracted a sold out crowd of 200 guests on Feb. 23 to feast on homemade lasagna for charity.
Horton heard a Who and the Cat in the Hat came back throughout Santa Clarita Valley elementary schools Friday as Read Across America arrived a day early to celebrate the act, the art, and the enjoyment of reading.
When Six Flags Magic Mountain opens its latest roller coaster, now under construction at the Valencia theme park, it will once again change the Santa Clarita Valley skyline, a Six Flags spokesman said Wednesday during a "hard hat" tour of the coaster site.
Who has money on "Argo to win it all at tonight's 85th annual Academy Awards? This is the first year I've not seen a majority of the Oscar contenders. I am hoping to watch a few on pay-per-few and DVD before the Awards begin tomorrow evening.
It may be a friendly competition for charity, but it's a competition nevertheless.
Ken Pulskamp, retired Santa Clarita city manager, has been selected to be "served up" at the 15th annual Santa Clarita Elks Charity Roast on March 23.