Memorial Day Tribute to Veterans Monday, May 28, 10 a.m. This is a wonderful tribute to veterans and includes flag ceremonies, music, speakers and a flyover by the Condor Squadron. Come out and recognize the true meaning of Memorial Day and honor all of our heroes. Eternal Valley Memorial Park is located at 23287 North Sierra Highway, Newhall, CA 91321. Call (661) 259-0800. 'Millie' at Canyon Theatre Guild Saturday, May 26, at 8 p.m. thoroughly ...
The prestigious Playboy Jazz Festival will return to the Hollywood Bowl June 16 - 17 with a rich roster of talent that includes the biggest names in jazz, along with future jazz headliners.
"We have some extraordinary talent in the kitchen," said Mark Oliver, owner of Sake Bistro & Sushi in Valencia.
Taste of the Town returns to Valenica this Sunday, May 6, from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m., and with the mild weather predicted, this will be a perfect way to join your friends at one of the SCV's signature events.
You can see them from the freeway and also from surface streets, as their green expanses wind among housing tracts and trees. They are the golf courses, public and private, that are a major attraction in the SCV for insiders and outsiders. Golf is big here, and beautiful, challenging facilities await you. You can play 18 or nine, use a driving range or practice your putting, then cool off at the clubhouse. Here are the big for courses in the SCV: Robinson Ranch
Whether you dress up in a period costume and walk about with an ale in your fist and a bad English accent on your lips, or you go in 2012 shorts, T-shirt, baseball cap and sunglasses, the color, pageantry and fun of the Renaissance Pleasure Faire will provide you with a day like no other - transporting you back to Elizabethan England (or a reasonable facsimile). You will enjoy jousts, processions, comedy, dance, delightful food ...
It's almost Santa Clarita Cowboy Festival time! It's perhaps my favorite time of the year in the Santa Clarita Valley. I can't think of anything I enjoy more than Cowboy Cobbler, the music of Dave Stamey and shopping for new a new cowgirl hat and other Western goodies.
In this world of deadlines and time clocks and must be here, must be there appointments, how often do we just stop, sit and watch the world go by?
There's nothing that says "renewal," "rebirth" and "springtime" like attending an Easter Sunday service - and then stuffing yourself to the ears at a buffet, followed by sleeping the afternoon away. I mean, after the restrictions of Lent, you need to pack on the calories in preparation for the soon-to-come yard work season, right? Herein we offer-up the details on many of the Easter Sunday buffets around town. Some of these are Easter-special and some ...
Whether you're a train fan or merely looking for something new and interesting to do this weekend, you will find what you're looking for just up the road in Fillmore at Railfest 2012.
Well, St. Patrick's Day is on a Saturday this year - tomorrow, in case you haven't been paying attention. That being the case, celebrations will naturally be larger and longer and you'll need to be careful not to overdo it. Here are the local St. Patrick's Day happenings, as well as those big ones in the greater L.A. area. Enjoy and be safe.
So, OK, we've already missed some of the concerts at the big-name venues in town this year. But there's a whole lot of music still to come in 2012. And, since the world will end in December, why not spend all your extra cash on seeing the major artists perform. That way you can hold it over your friends until we all go up in smoke.
• The city of Santa Clarita is home to more than 60 miles of off-street trails and paseos, which are used for a variety of purposes including cycling, walking, jogging and skating. Multi-use trails are also available for equestrian use and mountain biking.
It doesn't take a crystal ball to see that this year's Academy Awards will amount to a shootout between "Hugo," with 11 nominations, and "The Artist," with 10. Fittingly, they are two movies inspired by love of movie history, the first about the inventor of the cinema, the second about the transition from silent films to talkies. With that in mind, I bring you this year's Outguess Ebert contest. The first prize will be an ...
One of my favorite stories about the Santa Clara River is the story of a new pastor to our community who had arrived in the Santa Clarita Valley from somewhere in the Midwest, I believe, with a kayak or canoe or some other small watercraft on top of his car in the mistaken belief there was actually a river that ran through the SCV.