Remember the mass panic that spread through the country during Orson Welles' 1938 radio broadcast of "War of the Worlds?" Welles' dramatization brought the story to life for hundreds of thousands of people.
Like most fans of history, I get a kick out of standing at a spot where something of historical importance once took place. It's an added thrill if I happen to be there on an anniversary of the event in question.
It's clear we're in fantasyland early on in "Just Wright," when the New Jersey Nets play their home opener in front of a sold-out, raucous crowd on their way to winning the Eastern Conference championship.
Given that "Shrek Forever After" is the first film in the franchise in 3-D, it's surprisingly flat - and we're not just talking about the look of it.
Six College of the Canyons employees were recognized Thursday for their dedication as part of the community college's 40th anniversary awards luncheon.
As part of its Main Stage season, the Repertory East Playhouse will open the musical-comedy "The Wedding Singer" tonight. The play takes us back to 1985, where rock-star wannabe Robbie Heart is New Jersey's favorite wedding singer. He's the life of the party, until his own fiancée leaves him at the altar. Shot through the heart, Robbie makes every wedding as disastrous as his own. With a brand new score that pays homage to the pop songs of the 1980s, "The Wedding Singer" takes us back to a time when hair was big, greed was good, collars ...
The Hart softball team has got to love L.A.
L.A. being the Indians' catcher Lauren Anderson.
Students, school districts and education groups from across California joined Thursday in suing the state of California with the hope of developing a new way to pay for public education.
The Saugus softball team has battled in a lot of close games this season.
Unfortunately for the Centurions, they found themselves on the wrong side of another one Thursday, suffering a 3-2 defeat to Simi Valley in the first round of the CIF-Southern Section Division I playoffs at Simi Valley High School.
I suspect the early days of our nation's elections were much different than they are today. TV and radio was extremely limited.
I'd like to raise some questions about the logic and tone of your "Getting serious about the hospital" editorial in the May 9 edition, which ends in the unwarranted bashing of SCOPE (of which I am not a member).
Santa Clarita's reputation as a family friendly, peaceful city is being threatened by an out-of-control population of coyotes.
Undoubtedly, California's Fair Employment and Housing Act is a vital statute that codifies the state's broad fundamental policy prohibiting employment discrimination based on, among other things, race, religion, sex, marital status, medical condition, national origin or disability.
Welcome to The-Signal.com's "2day in the SCV," a compendium of today's events and a quick journey through the past, present and future.
BOSTON (AP) - Boston officials have announced improved public safety measures for the final two miles of the Boston Marathon on April 21, a year after two explosions near the finish line killed three people and wounded more than 260 others.
HONOLULU (AP) - U.S. officials say there is no threat of a tsunami to the coasts of California, Oregon, Washington, Hawaii or Alaska after a magnitude-7.6 earthquake struck in the Pacific Ocean near the Solomon Islands.
Poetry stands as an essence of youth, an integral part of a mind unfettered by the mental calluses called experience.
While I never lost a family member to a tragedy as did the descendents of Titanic victims in today's story, I did experience a series of back-to-back, non-related, life-challenging events several years ago that resulted in my making several changes in my life – all for the better.
I'm 15 years old and I have lived in Santa Clarita all my life. I also have psoriasis.
if we could someday chance to meet
Saugus Gu12 A All-Star team represented the Santa Clarita Valley and advanced to the Championship Game of the Section finals in Bakersfield on March 2nd.
Temple Beth Ami is holding Matzah Aisle Outreach Program today, Sunday, April 13, at Ralphs' grocery store in Stevenson Ranch from 1 to 4 p.m.
Today we had our eighth-grade Science Fair at Trinity, and I was, as I am every year, treated to seeing some outstanding presentations.
Two years ago, Lisa M. McDougald conducted an interview revealing the story of her Canadian ancestors on board the RMS Titanic.
On the heels of the "Lie of the Year" about keeping your own health care and the bogus numbers of Affordable Care
A recent letter-to-the editor ("We need more transparency in our elections," April 1 in The Signal) authored by a Democrat, chided Republicans in general and Assemblyman Scott Wilk specifically for the failure to pass "Disclose Act, SB52," purportedly a bill intended to put sunlight on "dark money."