Kickin’ Cowboys: Circle of Hope hosts Hoedown for Hope
Gary Bright, owner of Ambience Specialty Party Rentals and Catering, cuts up some brisket at the Circle of Hope Hoedown for Hope. Caleb Lunetta/The Signal

Kickin’ Cowboys: Circle of Hope hosts Hoedown for Hope

Tucked away in a canyon that seemed that operate as both ambiance and amplifier, hundreds of Santa Clarita residents poured into Placerita Canyon for the 1st Annual Circle of Hope…

Six Flags to kick off Fright Fest with Coffin Challenge
Six Flags Magic Mountain attendees at the park's annual Fright Fest enjoy a performance at the 2018 event. Signal file photo

Six Flags to kick off Fright Fest with Coffin Challenge

By Raychel Stewart For The Signal Six Flags Magic Mountain is kicking off Fright Fest with a first-of-its-kind challenge for guests: Stay in a coffin for 30 hours. Starting Friday,…

Organic meat, local vegetables: Old Town Newhall Farmers Market draws crowds
Nick Sari, left, of Halaby Farms picks out some nice white peaches for customer Haley Muraki at the Old Town Newhall Farmer's Market in Newhall on Saturday. 083119. Dan Watson/The Signal

Organic meat, local vegetables: Old Town Newhall Farmers Market draws crowds

With the smell of pulled pork filling the air and the voices of vendors explaining their organic farming methods to customers, the Old Town Newhall Farmers Market once again drew…

Carl Kanowsky | Epoch part 2: The vino
Carl Kanowsky is an attorney, a fledgling baker, an enthusiastic cook and an expert wine drinker.

Carl Kanowsky | Epoch part 2: The vino

While we were being charmed by Jordan Fiorentini of Paso Robles’ Epoch Estate Wines, she also plied us with her bottled creations. And, yes, they definitely influenced our impressions. Like…

A poppin’ new snack company in Santa Clarita
Amanda Bell, left, and Shelia Moran, right, recently hosted their pop-up business at the Westfield Valencia Town Center. The mother-and-daughter team love operating a business in their hometown around a snack that has a special family meaning. Cory Rubin/The Signal

A poppin’ new snack company in Santa Clarita

Most think of popcorn coming in a handful of classic flavors, such as butter, caramel or cheddar — but a new, local family business is bringing all those flavors and more.

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