Travel (retired)

Historic restaurants in the San Fernando Valley

It’s always fun to try a new restaurant, to be one of the first to “discover” the latest trendy spot. However, there is something to be said for history, too. Restaurants that have stood the test of time are rare in an industry that sees a 60% failure rate in the first year.

Surreal beauty at Bryce Canyon

Attracting about 2.7 million visitors per year, Bryce Canyon National Park might be a bit crowded but is way more manageable to navigate than neighboring Zion National Park, which hosts 4.5 million visitors annually.

Some last minute August adventures as the kids start school

It’s hard to believe that summer is winding down for school-age children. Most schools in the Santa Clarita Valley are set to open their doors for the 2019-20 school year this week.However, to ease the transition to the school routine, here are some fun August adventures that hopefully you can make room for in between homework and weekly spelling tests.

Beautiful Beaches

Some beaches are for lying on the sand, some beaches are for walking barefoot as the waves softly lap at your ankles, some beaches are

Amazing California bridges

California has some of the most iconic bridges in the United States, and the world. Today we take most of them for granted as we

Learn About the Philippines

The Philippines is officially the Republic of the Philippines located in Southeast Asia. The country includes roughly 7, 641 islands with an area of 120,000

Wonderful Waterfalls

Now is the time to hit the highway and hike your hearts out to find some of the most glorious waterfalls in California. Unrelenting winter

Celebrate National Parks Week

California is home to nine national parks, more than any other state; second is Alaska, which has eight. April 20-28 has been designated as National