City unveils latest public art project

After two years of planning, the city of Santa Clarita unveiled “California Scape,” the latest public art project, Thursday at Fair Oaks Park in Canyon Country. “The inspiration for ‘California Scape’ was drawn from the larger Santa Clarita landscape that we know and love here in our community,” Mayor Cameron

Preparing for a COVID-safe Halloween

The COVID-19 pandemic has scared off a lot of how communities traditionally celebrate and congregate, but efforts for Santa Clarita residents to still get a

SCV film community take home Emmys

While the 72nd Primetime Emmy Awards looked a little different this year, with nominees attending virtually from their homes, the Santa Clarita Valley’s film community

SCAA offers free Zoom watercolor workshop

News release Santa Clarita Artists Association is offering a free Zoom watercolor demo/workshop with artist Fatemeh Kian on Saturday, Sept. 26, from 10 a.m. to

2020 SCAA Art Classic goes virtual

News release  The Santa Clarita Artists Association will hold its 31st Annual Art Classic as a “Virtual” experience. The public can view all of the

Making a difference, one mask at a time

Hundreds if not thousands of Santa Clarita Valley residents have stepped up to help essential workers receive the supplies they need to continue to do

SCV resident creates a virtual symphony

As with many industries deemed “nonessential,” music and live entertainment have been severely impacted by the coronavirus pandemic. So, local composer Shie Rozow decided to

The MAIN goes virtual

As the “Safer at Home” order continues to keep Santa Clarita Valley residents home, The MAIN has decided to find a new way to keep