What could be better than a romantic dinner, flowers, and chocolates shared with the person you love?
Looking for a unique Valentine experience for your loved one? Nothing tells someone you love them like a Singing Valentine.
The hot coals on the spit outside of the Elks lodge on Sierra Highway flamed and crackled while grilling up a few hundred pounds of tri-tip. But it would become even hotter inside when they put the honorary roastee, KHTS Carl Goldman, on the spot for the 11th Annual Elks Charity Roast to benefit the Samuel Dixon Family Health Centers.
ACTION at AAUW meeting Stephanie Weiss, ACTION Volunteer, will be the guest speaker at the American Association of University Women's dinner meeting 6:15 p.m. Jan. 27 at Mulligans, 25848 Tournament Road, Valencia. She will relate how a personal crisis in her own family led her to participate in the ACTION Parent & Teen Support Group Program. The public is invited. Dinner: $17. For more information or to RSVP (by Monday, Jan. 26) call or e-mail ...
Throughout history, flowers have been given as symbolic gifts. Red roses have long conveyed love and passion. White lilies have been marks of purity or sorrow. The crocus has evoked thoughts of good cheer.
It may not have had the glitz or glamour of Cannes or Sundance, but the fourth annual Santa Clarita Valley Film Festival offered SCV residents the chance to view the works of emerging filmmakers in the comfortable setting of the Repertory East Playhouse in Newhall.
Taking the "uncomfortable" roastee chair at the Santa Clarita Elks Lodge in Canyon Country on Saturday, Jan. 24, will be Carl Goldman of KHTS AM 1220.
Lighting up Main Street on a cold winter night, the third annual Carnivale di Venezia at the Repertory East Playhouse was the hottest place in the SCV on New Year's Eve.
The Santa Clarita Valley can really party when it matters and they proved it last week as the Grand Ballroom at the Hyatt Valencia filled up with merry makers for LETMESAIL's second annual New Year's Eve Bon Voyage Ball.
After receiving a compliment and an invitation from the SCV Woman of the Year, I felt compelled to attend the event.
The board of directors of Pleasantview Industries honored the program participants at its ninth annual awards banquet held recently at the Santa Clarita Activities Center.
Some people really know how to carry a torch. Included in that glowing group is Olympic gold medalist/world-renowned sprinter, Allyson Felix, who along with 412 race entrants, helped the brighten lives of Santa Clarita Valley seniors through the Kiwanis Club of Santa Clarita's 17th annual Six Flags Magic Mountain 5K Run.
I recently parked my car across the street from Ric Turner's house at 23917 Philbrook Ave. in Valencia. I tuned the radio to 99.1 FM, as instructed by a sign planted in the yard.
If timing is everything, then the Evening of Inspiration hosted by LETMESAIL,Inc. couldn't have come at a better time. With the economy in a nosedive, the worst day in Wall Street history a recent memory and residents of the Santa Clarita Valley concerned about falling home prices and keeping their jobs, the inspiring examples of Kathy Buckley and Patrick Henry Hughes, were the right antidote to troubling times.
Volunteers at the Boys & Girls Club of Santa Clarita Valley not only share their talents and knowledge to benefit kids, but also share a good portion of their lives.