Things to Do (retired)

Taking a walk on the wild side

As lines at Santa Clarita Valley grocery stores grow longer, naturalist Pascal Baudar is spending his time in the fresh air of the Angeles National

Attendees from left, Tess Carlos, Terrie Castillo and Phyllis Fitzsimons (cq) use Irish props as they pose for photos at the St. Patrick's Day celebration at the Santa Clarita Valley Senior Center on Friday.

When we go green for the fun of it

It’s almost time to don your green or get pinched as St. Patrick’s Day is just around the corner. Though we’re a few thousand miles

Exactly what is Daylight Saving Time?

It seems like we just “fell back,” and now it is almost time to “spring forward.” Daylight saving time will arrive in the Santa Clarita Valley on March 8.

Leap Year Day Fun

February is full of special days. Groundhog Day, Valentine’s Day, Presidents Day. Add in Fat Tuesday (Feb. 25) and Ash Wednesday (Feb. 26), and the

February is Library Lovers’ Month

February is Library Lovers’ Month, a month-long celebration recognizing school, public and private libraries in your community. Libraries are a sanctuary away from the hustle

Dine like a star at celebrity-owned restaurants

Celebrity-owned restaurants are spread throughout the United States. As such, it should come as no surprise that with the number of “stars” ­— music, pro sports, film and television — residing in California

Welcome to the Year of the Metal Rat

The Lunar New Year, or Chinese New Year, officially begins this year on Jan. 25 and ends Feb. 4. Lunar calendars consist of 12 months with each month roughly corresponding to one cycle of the moon.