A McDonald's restaurant opens May 4 in Santa Clarita at the Golden Valley Ranch Center shopping mall, 19401 Golden Valley Road.
With Proposition 1A, the comedy is about to begin. The teachers want more money because the union is addicted to having it. Bright shiny-faced youngsters will be paraded out in an effort to play on your emotions. They will look with obvious unhappiness at the image of their favorite teacher being laid off because of lack of funds. This whole scenario will be played out again and again. The teachers do have a problem in ...
Regarding Steve Lunetta's Opinion column "We're counting on you" (The Signal, April 13): Cute editorial regarding the census and the diabolical machinations of the Obama administration.
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Here are the results of The-Signal.com's latest Reader Meter poll. The-Signal.com visitors cast a total of 583 votes from late evening Friday, March 27 to early evening Friday, April 3, 2009.
Brave New World Comics participates in "Free Comic Book Day" starting at 11 a.m. on Saturday, May 2 at their location in the yellow Victoria Center, 22722 Lyons Ave., Newhall 91321.
Known for bringing the best of jazz to Southern California, the Playboy Jazz Festival will once again present its popular free community concert series throughout the greater Los Angeles area in May and June, starting this weekend with a concert at the Civic Center in Beverly Hills.
"Battle for Terra" is a bewitchingly animated story about an invasion from outer space by aliens who threaten to destroy all life on the planet so they can claim it as their own. I know what you're thinking. Here's the surprise: The aliens are the human race. The inhabitants of Terra look like cute tadpoles, combined with features of mermaids and seahorses.
Remember "Harry, the Rat With Women"? This time his name is Connor Mead, but he's still a rat. A modern Scrooge, who believes marriage is humbug, but is taught otherwise by the ghosts of girlfriends past, present and future, and one who spans all of those periods. Just like Scrooge, he's less interesting after he reforms.
"X-Men Origins: Wolverine" finally answers the burning question, left hanging after all three previous "Wolverine" movies, of the origins of Logan, whose knuckles conceal long and wicked blades. He is about 175 years old, he apparently stopped changing when he reached Hugh Jackman's age, and neither he, nor we, find out how he developed such an interesting mutation.
Regarding Bruce McFarland's Opinion column "America: Love it or leave it" (The Signal, April 21):
Racist. Is there a more explosive word in the English language? It conjures some of the darkest images from human history. One hears it and is reminded of genocide and slavery. One thinks of an irrational, virulent hatred. One sees fools wearing swastikas or fools in white sheets. People fear the word because they know it can sink the unsinkable and break the unbreakable. Careers have crashed and burned over it. Reputations have been ruined. ...
A Canyon Country man was sentenced Wednesday to 65 years and four months in state prison, a little more than three years after he was arrested for a string of armed robberies.
If there is any one question I get over and over again, it is people stuck in an unaffordable mortgage asking me how to force Big Mortgage Company, Inc. to change their home loan to something they can afford.
Thank you for pointing out in the tea party article that Reagan actually increased taxes while he was Governor ("All taxed out at 'Tea Party,' April 16).
NEW YORK (AP) - A government survey of parents says 1 in 50 U.S. schoolchildren has autism, surpassing another federal estimate for the disorder.
Think "inspiration." Think "spiritually beautiful." Think "melodically breathtaking."
I know there are couples who enjoy cooking together and make it look like a well-rehearsed ballet. They savor the aroma of their secret recipe for wild salmon over lemon couscous, stir each other's soups and sample each other's sauces.
I used to live in Santa Clarita. I moved to the Bay Area about nine years ago but still check in on The Signal occasionally.
'Teen Scene Plugged-In' event
Most people understand the basic economic principle of supply and demand and incorporate it into their daily decisions. They may not do it consciously, but economic decisions are made every day by each and every one of us.