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SCV residents highlight Estonian revolution in musical

“The Singing Revolution: The Musical” is a story of the Estonian Independence movement that culminated with statehood and separation from the Soviet Union.  The musical details the Cold War and struggles by Estonians, who wanted freedom from the Soviet Union and found a peaceful means of carrying out their goals. Additionally, the play shows the power of song and peaceful

Mr. SCV pens scary SCV monster book

News release  The question is not whether monsters walk among us. They do. And have. For thousands of years. On the borders of alleged civilization and everyday

Singing for the love of it

News release  Santa Clarita Encore Chorale, a nonprofit musical arts program for seniors, invites adults 55 and older to join its spring 2022 semester. The music theme

Walk unites community for MLK Day

People of all backgrounds, ages and races gathered together as a community to celebrate the life and work of Martin Luther King Jr. on Monday —

City announces 2 new local arts exhibits

News release  The city of Santa Clarita’s Arts division invites individuals of all ages to explore the newest art exhibitions in the community. Each exhibit is free and open

‘And…Again’ on stage at The Main Jan. 28-30

News release  The dramatic comedy “And…Again” takes the stage at The Main from Jan. 28 to 30.   “And…Again” is presented by Active Voice Productions in cooperation with Actors Equity Association. This full-length

Lake Hughes author publishes children’s book

News release  “What’s the Buzz, Bob Bee?” a new book by Lake Hughes resident Ann E. Askelson-Silva, has been released by Dorrance Publishing Co. Inc.  Bob Bee is a

Committee greenlights Wilk bill on film credits

News release  State Sen. Scott Wilk, R-Santa Clarita, announced that Senate Bill 485), extending the Film and Television Tax Credit until 2030, was approved by the Senate Committee on Governance