City announces 2020 Sidewalk Poetry winners, new entries sought

The city of Santa Clarita announced Wednesday 10 poems selected as the winning submissions of the 2020 SIdewalk Poetry project and is asking for new entries for 2021.  The winners include Ian Andersen, Ashley Alvarenga, Garry Gay, Kaelyn Peay, Jessica June Rowe, Katherine Kihiczak, Amy Hough-Dugdale, Kathryn Jennings Fogg, Ojo Taiye and Andrew McCutcheon. Each of their poems embodies this

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

Business up 50% at local Farmers Market

Despite COVID-19 concerns and inclement weather, the Old Town Newhall Farmers Market in Newhall experienced a large turnout on Saturday.  The Old Town Newhall Farmers

SCV’s comic book convention later this month

San Diego Comic Con may be months away, but Santa Clarita geeks and pop culture fans can scratch that itch early as the Santa Clarita Valley Comic Book Convention comes to town for the second time.

Newhall Library holds “musical instrument petting zoo” for kids and teens

Gone are the days when you would be shushed for making noise in the library. As librarian Liza Purdy puts it, that’s an antiquated stereotype and the Newhall Library is a “full throttle library.” On Monday, the Old Town Newhall Library was full of music as the library hosted a “musical instrument petting zoo” for children and teens as part of the monthly “Green Eggs and Jam” music program.