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They’re the Bear Divide Hotshots, and a description of their work feels akin to discussing an elite paramilitary unit, due as much to their specialized training as it is to the dangerous and unique nature of their assignments.
Life is full of challenges, and while some might grow bitter after being dealt an especially bad hand, Dovid Rabotnick uses the magic of optimism and actual magic to keep his spirits up and give back to others.
For more than four decades, the case of murdered CalArts student Connie Marsh remained inactive as the tragedy slipped silently into history — until now.
“Back to school preparation is important to starting the new school year on the right foot,” says retired Joyce Carson, who taught for 35 years at Sulphur Springs Community School in Canyon Country.
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Beauty & Fashion
As long as women have been conscious of the presence of cellulite on their bodies, the search has been on to find effective treatments. People
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Mondays, 9 p.m. to midnight Enjoy Latin dancing nights at Black and Blue Restaurant with $5 patron drinks, Coronas or Modelo beer. 24300 Town Center Drive, STE 110, Valencia.
Toddler Storytime at the Children’s Stage, with various children’s books read to toddlers and parents. Barnes & Noble, 23630 Valencia Blvd., Santa Clarita.
ONGOING FF Mondays, 10 a.m. Toddler Storytime at the Children’s Stage, with various children’s books read to toddlers and parents. Barnes & Noble, 23630 Valencia
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Back to school season is a time for growth, learning and new opportunities. From meeting new teachers and making new friends to learning new subjects and possibly attending a new school — children often delight in the change that back-to-school time brings.
Whether you are biking, walking or driving through Santa Clarita, you are likely to run into lush green fields for sports games, wildflowers blooming on hillsides or spot our City’s iconic oak trees. This abundance of beauty in our valley didn’t happen by accident.
The Santa Clarita Public Library has what you need for your next adventure – whether that’s exploring a universe of stories, brushing up on your technology skills or researching Santa Clarita’s local history.
Finding more space to store and display all the “stuff” used for day-to-day living, as well as life’s pleasures, can be an adventure that ends with everything in its perfect place.
Backyard barbecues typically are informal gatherings. That lack of formality coupled with warm weather makes for a relaxing vibe. When relaxing with family and friends
The popularity of cooking-based television shows has led many people to look at food through a new lens. Experiencing food in new ways may involve trying certain types of cuisine for the first time or even preparing beloved foods in new ways.
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Kids & Family
When children misbehave, there’s often a reason for it, according to experts, who point out that understanding the behaviors can help you manage them more effectively, especially during play time.
So little time left, and so much yet to do. Do you feel that way this month, realizing that warm and long summer days soon will come to an end?
By Tim Whyte Signal Editor Look hard enough, and pretty much anywhere you can find something to offend you. Case in point: Long Beach
By Christy Smith Assemblywoman At the core of good governance is efficiency and collaboration. What I’ve found during my years in public service is that
By David Hegg Someone has said “you will always have time to do the things you really need to do.” I’m not sure that is
David Cho wears many hats. Come into Mama’s Table Restaurant in Valencia and Cho, the owner, may be your greeter, server, clerk or busboy. Whatever role he plays, Cho always has a smile on his face.
That’s because despite 7-day work weeks, Cho finds the restaurant business pleasurable.
In the mood for Mexican cuisine? Or maybe some meat and seafood? Can’t decide? Well, you’re in luck, because El Trocadero Mesquite Grill & Cantina has it all.
Charter College career service and educator teams watch trends to stay on top of job growth and business demand. Then, they give thier students the