Gipsie Boy - 10-year-old male Maltese - is a sweet boy who was relinquished by his owner because the spouse did not want him around the children. Gipsie did nothing wrong. It's heart breaking. He's a good boy. They thought he had seizures and put him on low dose meds which our vet feels that Gipsie should stay on. He is lively, loving, and playful and should be back in a home again. Would you give Gipsie a chance? We will supply his meds to his new home. (By the way, Gipsie's much cuter in person. He's a ...
The whimper from the back of the room caught her ear.
John Dow, of Newhall, is chairman of the Santa Clarita Arts Commission. He is a founding appointee, named by Mayor Bob Kellar to the commission in 2009.
It's been a difficult week in the Santa Clarita Valley. Among our losses:
Michael May, of Canyon Country, has an impressive collection of San Francisco 49ers memorabilia.
Living with Children
In today's busy, on-the-go world, having a haven to come home to is a must. And for many people, that sanctuary is the bedroom.
The city of Santa Clarita hosts a themed party 7-11 p.m. every third Thursday of the month, on Main Street in Newhall. Free. Enjoy live music and entertainment, art displays, food trucks and more. Info: 661-250-3787 or
Actor Allan Trautman, of Saugus, has a cult following.
I was sad to see the first Sierra Pelona Wine Festival postponed this past weekend. It was the right call due to all the rain we had in the days leading up to Saturday. I just wish they had picked another day, instead of April 20 with conflicts with the Cowboy Festival! I hate having to chose between two things I love, especially when it is Cowboy Festival versus wine!
While the owners are away, the dogs will play.
Have you found yourself singing "Blowin' in the Wind" recently? I don't remember a time in the Santa Clarita Valley where the wind has blown so incessently like it has the past week. I've lived here since 1978 and I think this wind is one for the record books!
THE THEATER - May gave us some great flicks in the form of "X-Men: Days of Future Past," and "Maleficent," but June seems to be offering even more.
Santa Clarita resident Kayla Tinucci has had thousands of shoes in her lifetime: pink ones, black ones, green ones, trendy ones. The list goes on.
Enveloped in a crowd of more than 1,000 runners, recovering quadriplegic Aaron Baker, 35, sat in his wheelchair at the starting line of the Wings for Life World Run in Santa Clarita last Sunday.
Cross-legged and barefoot, 13 CalArts students sat on the floor, poised in front their instruments with their hands at the ready.
Like a toast with friends, the second annual Sierra Pelona Valley Wine Festival at Reyes Winery in Agua Dulce brought together local and regional winemakers for a convivial afternoon of sun, food and plenty of cheers.
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