Entertainment

Sir Mix-A-Lot raps his way to Santa Clarita

Sir Mix-A-Lot, who sold more than 2 million records with his crossover platinum-selling hit “Baby Got Back,” saw his life changed when that song hit in 1992. Even earning him a Grammy award, for Best Solo Rap Performance.

The sounds of Cilience

Though local alternative rock band Cilience came up with their name from a made-up word, they’ve been able to adapt it to encompass the essence

Operation: Mindcrime coming to Canyon Santa Clarita

Hailed as the original creative and driving force behind Queensryche, a progressive metal band that’s sold more than 20 million albums, Geoff Tate now tours with his own lineup, performing hits that millions of fans know and love.

Black Flag visits Canyon Santa Clarita

For more than 40 years, Black Flag has been an influential act in punk and skater music scene, a ubiquitous force for most of that time, touring the nation and associated with most major shows of the genre at one time or another.

Gary Puckett and the Union Gap

Coming from an era when crooning began to mix with rock ’n’ roll, Gary Puckett and the Union Gap personified the sounds of the 60s to many, with a sound that helped define the era for many.

Fall TV Preview: Time to set the DVR

If summer television has made you question the future of television, have faith. It’s true, that as much as I love Rob Riggle, ABC’s summer show “Holey Moley” was unwatchable, as was much of this summer’s programing.

Finding fun in new ‘realms’

Stuntman Brett Heneise is the last person his family expected to create a fantasy card game. Promising strategy, fantasy and “a friendly bit of trash talk,” Heneise said “The Realms of Mindrin” was intended to bring people together in person for fun and friendship

Where the SCV gathers to get outside

There is something fundamentally healthy about being outdoors. For children, it can give them the freedom to run, jump and play. And while physical activities

Quiet Riot to play Canyon Santa Clarita

It’s not everyday that the Santa Clarita Valley gets a chance to host the pioneers of a genre, but when Quiet Riot comes to town Saturday, Aug. 3, heavy metal fans will have a chance to hear one of the most famous rock bands in the world.