Here are bios submitted by the six SCV Rock Star finalists who will perform Friday night, Sept. 19 at the Santa Clarita Sports Complex.
The esteemed panel of SCV Rock Star judges that will judge the contest finals at the Sports Complex Friday night, Sept. 19 features (in alphabetical order):
JUDGES: CRAIG DUSWALT, JOE ELLIOTT, ADAM PHILPSON, THEA STERN, BRIAN VASQUEZ
On the second Friday of every month, the Sierra Hillbillies Square Dance Club holds a dance from 8 p.m. - 10 p.m. at the Santa Clarita Valley Senior Center, at 22900 Market St. in Newhall.
Composer Kevin Kiner and a handful of assistants have worked a year and a half on the musical score to "The Clone Wars," George Lucas's latest release in the Star Wars saga. Kiner and his son Sean attended the premiere last Sunday.
The fifth annual marathon "Summer Meltdown Autism Awareness and Social Inclusion Concert" rock festival, produced by the William S. Hart Union High School District's Yes I Can students all spring semester, is an all-ages event set for Saturday, May 10 in the outdoor amphitheater at Golden Valley High School in Canyon Country.
Nearly a dozen bands will take the stage between 2:30 p.m. and 11 p.m. The headliner is Trapt, and the lineup features Stephen Perkins of Jane's Addiction, The Craze, Guilt by Association, Conjob, Un:armed, Mission Black, Cry Havoc, Surface Rising, Maxwell Smart ...
Five days of celebrating the Santa Clarita Valley's western heritage and film history begin Wednesday, April 23, as the 15th annual Santa Clarita Cowboy Festival stampedes into the legendary Melody Ranch Motion Picture Studio, the William S. Hart mansion, Rancho Camulos and other area locations associated with local Western history.
Aviation history buffs and World War II veterans alike had another opportunity to flash back to 1945 this week by walking through and/or taking a flight in a restored B-17G "Flying Fortress" bomber.
The title of the newest Canyon Theatre Guild production might throw more than a few people off. Most folks probably remember Over the River and Through the Woods as a holiday song (written in 1844 by Lydia Marie Child) about the wonderful times of visiting one's grandparents.
There was a time that only a select few could see an actual human heart - surgeons, coroners, scientists, anatomy students, etc. Now, thanks to the marvels of modern technology and the work of Dr. Gunther von Hagens, over 25 million people have set their eyes on the red organ just behind our left lung.
To truly comprehend and appreciate Margaret Edson's 1999 Pulitzer Prize-winning work, "W;t" - playing at the Repertory East Playhouse through April 5 - one has to have more than a passing knowledge of English metaphysical poet John Donnne (1572-1631), a contemporary of William Shakespear, but without the Bard's comedic touch.
Oh, wow! You're here again! And so are we ... re-organizing, figuring out where we are, all without the sizable Stetson hat and man under it who made this publication what it was over the past few months.
We're looking forward to making this an Escape suitable for your entertainment pleasure over the next few weeks. But first, let's start with that "we."
When we were a newer family at the Wm. S. Hart baseball complex, I would sometimes gaze at the large display boards bolted just above the sight lines on the chain link fences around the fields. They had championship team information printed on them.