Castaic resident Kelly Hackney's art recently celebrated a "coming out" party at Vino 100 in Saugus. Guests enjoyed wine and light hors d'oeuvres as they viewed a sampling of Hackney's fine art.
Blues music, cigars and great food - what could be more appropriate for a hot August night? "Hot August Nights" - a fundraiser to be held Aug. 16 at the Tournament Players Club in Valencia - will offer both fun and fundraising to benefit The Painted Turtle camp in Lake Hughes. This summer, The Painted Turtle Camp has welcomed 850 children with chronic and life-threatening illnesses to summer camp sessions that began in June. The ...
Known throughout the Santa Clarita Valley as one of the SCV's "classiest guys" Ed Bolden, exemplifies the life of an active senior.
When Mohan Sikand was 6 years old, he decided he wanted to live in the United States - San Francisco to be precise.
Welcome to August! One month closer to summer being over and temperature sanity returning! I'm really done with the "heat waves."
In just two years, Stephenie Meyer has become a worldwide publishing phenomenon in young adult fiction. "Twilight" was one of 2005's most talked about novels and translation rights have been sold in 33 countries.
Mint Canyon Family Center Moose Lodge No. 2173 and Chapter No. 1533 in Canyon Country recently delivered dozens of comfort plush animals - stuffed Tommy Moose toys - to many of the first responders in the Santa Clarita Valley.
Harold and Jacqulyn Petersen, of Valencia, moved to the Santa Clarita Valley in 2001 and enthusiastically jumped into SCV life.
It's been a grand two weeks back as features editor of The Signal and I've loved every minute of it. Thanks to all for your good wishes and kind comments about my new column "glamour" mug shot.
Craig Duswalt, 46, of Stevenson Ranch, looks like the clean-cut "boy next door." He has lived the quiet Santa Clarita Valley suburban life of a model dad, professional marketing expert and theater impresario since 1996. Married to wife Natasha, the couple have three boys, Tyler, 8, Ryan, 6 and Hayden, 4.
Spotted on a city shelter Web site by one of the devoted, hard-working board members of New Leash on Life, she couldn't believe Sprocket was scheduled to be euthanized due to having easily treatable demodectic mange. Immediately a volunteer from New Leash on Life was dispatched to South L.A. to rescue little Sprocket.
Chicken Parmigiana, sausage and peppers, meatballs and pasta - Frankie's New York Italian Restaurant, in the new Bridgeport Marketplace shopping center in Valencia, rolled out a tasty red carpet for members of the Santa Clarita Valley Chamber of Commerce on July 16.
The Saugus High School Choir Department will present Saugus alumni in "Paper Moon," a benefit concert to raise money for the YWCA'S battered women's shelter in Compton.
It was a evening of looking back - and looking forward on July 21 for the foundation board of the Samuel Dixon Family Health Centers, Inc.
Jerry Lench finds dimes in the strangest places. People stop him in the hallway at the Fountain Glen senior complex in Valencia to hand him dimes, or they leave dimes on his balcony - only dimes. Lench, 82, isn't a coin collector, or looking for a handout. He attracts the shiny, numismatic portraits of Franklin Roosevelt because of his appearances at quarterly concerts singing his signature song, "Brother Can You Spare a Dime?"