Gone are the glory days of the Wild West, but you can still get in on the action at the Autry Museum of the American West in Griffith Park. Photo courtesy of the Autry Museum.

Discovering Los Angeles’ Museums

Winter in Southern California can often mean that outdoor fun isn’t as available with weather encouraging residents to find indoor activities.  One often forgotten resource

Cheese, Beer and Blooms 

One of the hottest culinary tourist trends is the “culinary trail.” Regional culinary trails draw tourists, foodies and others looking for a unique and fun

In April 2023, the Santa Clarita City Council approved a design contract for the proposed Blue Cloud Bike Park to be located between the Haskell Canyon Open Space and Blue Cloud Open Space. The area totals over 720 acres and approximately 500 acres have been determined to be an ideal location for a bike park. Photo City of Santa Clarita.

What’s New In Santa Clarita 

It seems as if every day something new is popping up in the Santa Clarita Valley. New restaurants, new businesses and new city facilities. Here’s

Encourage vegetables to develop deep root systems with less frequent but deeper watering for a bounty of summer vegetables. PHOTO PIXABAY.

Get Ready for Spring Veggie Planting 

According to the calendar spring won’t arrive until March 19, but many Santa Clarita Valley gardeners are very anxious to start planning spring vegetable gardens. 

Linda Crawford dances during a hoedown hosted at the SCV Senior Center in Newhall. Signal file photo.

Your SCV Senior Center

The “new” Santa Clarita Valley Senior Center Bella Vida will celebrate its fifth anniversary in April.  The center, which serves more than 15,000 SCV seniors

The area’s most romantic restaurant, Le Chene French Cuisine (12625 Sierra Highway 91390) will present a special Valentine’s weekend event “An Evening of Enchantment and Magic!” hosted by Sharpo (close-up magic performer at the world-famous Magic Castle) and guest star magician James Lantiegne on Saturday, Feb. 10.

Reserve a Night, or Day, of Romance

The season of hearts, flowers and love is almost here. What will you do this year in the Santa Clarita Valley to celebrate Valentine’s Day? 

If you are interested in making friends while being creative, consider joining the Sit and Stitch group at the Canyon Country Jo Anne Darcy Branch of the Santa Clarita Public Library, 18601 Soledad Canyon Road 91351, on the second and fourth Saturdays of the month from 10 a.m. to noon.

Renew You for 2024

It’s a new year and you’ve probably broken every resolution you made on New Year’s Eve. Don’t worry, you are in good company.   Statistics show

Photo Credit: Dan Watson/The Signal

Get Outside and Move!

Occasional chilly or rainy days during winter in the Santa Clarita Valley may make it difficult to engage in outdoor activities, but fortunately those days

Think Green … Doing Your Part 

It’s the new year and time to get serious about changing habits and self-improvement. One thing to consider in the new year is how your

“Fire Country” on CBS. Photo CBS

Let 2024 Entertain You

After entertainment industry strikes paralyzed the business for months, new movies and television entertainment productions are now filming, or setting up to begin filming, as

Pasadena Tournament of Roses

Time to Celebrate 2024 

By Michele E. Buttelman Signal Staff Writer  It’s almost 2024! How will you celebrate? Do you host a New Year’s Eve party at home, attend a

San Diego’s 59-Mile Scenic Drive

SanDiego.org  This 59-mile scenic drive loops its way through San Diego’s charming neighborhoods and visits unique attractions and natural wonders. Enjoy sweeping, panoramic views of

Regional Festivals & Fun

By Michele E. Buttelman Signal Staff Writer Despite the cancellation of the 2022 California Strawberry Festival in Oxnard, a favorite destination of many Santa Clarita

Michele Makes Easter Brunch

By Michele E. Buttelman Signal Staff Writer I love Easter brunch. It’s a great time to exercise a variety of baking and cooking skill while