Tiburon Grill and Bar

Nader Sohi, the general manager of the Tiburon Grill and Bar in Canyon Country, wants his servers to think like psychologists, assessing the customer’s needs

Man’oushée Cafe

Maral Sabounjian always wanted to open a restaurant. “I’ve always liked food and I’ve always had a passion for it,” she said. Sabounjian originally opened

Almanac predicts cool, dry 2017 winter

This winter will be a cooler, drier winter than 2016, the now-225 year old Farmer’s Almanac predicts. Editor Tim Clark at the Almanac said winter

Talking with his hands

The first time Allan Trautman put a puppet on his hand was at his first audition. “I was just looking for acting work,” he said.

Dario’s Mexican Restaurant

One of Santa Clarita’s oldest and most well-liked restaurants is about to double. Dario’s, located at the corner of Newhall Avenue and Lyons Avenue, has

A reading day with the dogs

Penny, a two-year-old golden retriever, rested her front paws against 10-year-old Athena Roldan’s shoe as Roldan read “BabyMouse Puppy Love” to the dog. Penny and

Balancing act helps SCV seniors

It’s one of the very first moves that helps Bill Phillips of Stevenson Ranch the most. “It’s been sort of a godsend,” Phillips says. The

SCV artist finds his style

It was a happy accident that created what came to be artist Bruce McFarland’s signature style. McFarland, 68, is a Santa Clarita resident, and photographer

Pho Sure Vietnamese Noodles

Even on a 100 degree day, Pho Sure hits the spot. “Customers say, ‘I’m craving pho,’” said Nina Tran, owner of Pho Sure. Tran and

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The Art Show Goes On

Mary Gallant calls her art students at the Santa Clarita Valley Senior Center her “children.” “The students … they became sisters,” she said at the

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Cabernet in the Canyon

Hardly a Sunday goes by that someone doesn’t pull over when they see Saugus resident Danny Mascari, 62, working in his vineyard. “Every Sunday I’m