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Beauty & Fashion
At the end of January 2018, beauty history was made when Ashley Graham was picked up by Revlon to be the first “plus-sized” model in history to land a major beauty contract, joining Gal Gadot, Imaan Hammam and Raquel Zimmerman in the new “Live Boldly” campaign.
Self-care — the practice of taking care of oneself — has become a hot topic across generational groups, with sleep, stress management and fitness as key areas to build better habits. But where to start? Here are three tips for practicing better self-care.
Calendar of Events
Come to the Santa Clarita Art Association’s 30th anniversary Art Classic & Gala, beginning at 5 p.m. Enjoy music, appetizers, no host bar, and silent auction while viewing the SCAA’s finest art judged by acclaimed artist, Julie Snyder.
Join Crosspoint SCV for our annual Block Party, a free community event! This year’s theme is Galaxy! There will be fun games for all ages like a hay maze, train-ride, rock-wall, game truck and more! There will also be food trucks, so come hungry!
Sponsored by Santa Clarita Valley’s VIP Network Group, “Hole Lot Of Fun” is an adults only yearly fundraiser benefiting local Santa Clarita Valley organizations Tidings For Teens and Veterans Advocacy.
City Council Mayor
This is one of the most exciting times for our City Council and City staff, as we prepare to come together with the community and share all of the hard work that has been completed in the past year. We do this each fall at our annual State of the City luncheon.
Each year, the City of Santa Clarita hosts a wide variety of popular events, ranging from our long-running Santa Clarita Marathon to the upcoming River Rally. Behind each of these events, and the City’s many programs and projects is the work of our passionate and committed volunteers.
Holiday decor is as much about the sights and sounds as it is about the scents of the season. Few things evoke the holiday spirit as much as the aroma of fresh evergreen or spicy cinnamon and cloves. Incorporating inviting aromas into holiday decor can make homes feel even more special.
With so many different styles of kitchens and cabinets, sometimes it can be hard to decide on a favorite. While you may see kitchens in a variety of styles and find them all beautiful in their own way, finding inspirations for your dream kitchen often requires sorting through many different considerations.
Health & Fitness
If you’re among the millions of people in the United States who suffer from a chronic illness, you may use “sharps” to manage your medical condition at home or on the go.
‘Tis the season for gifting and gift buying. The Santa Clarita Valley (and beyond) offers some exceptional chances to snap up that “perfect” gift you didn’t even know you needed.
Home & Garden
Scarves. Pumpkin spice lattes. Leaves crunching underfoot. Sweater season is moving in fast, which means it’s time to start transitioning to fall maintenance to make sure your home and yard are ready for winter. The following are some things you can do to prepare for the cold and wet weather ahead.
I live in Canyon Country and read your article religiously. I wish I had listened to some of your advice, because we came home from vacation to find that our entire living room, family room, dining room and small bedroom downstairs had completely flooded.
Kids & Family
It’s here again — that time of year when everyone seems to unwittingly pass colds and other illnesses around. As every parent knows, kids can bring germs home from school and share them with the entire family, spreading illness at warp speed.
Working in the media does have its perks. The occasional media sneak preview at Six Flags Magic Mountain is always popular in the newsroom; there
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
Cats and dogs may get much of the attention, but small pets can bring just as much to a household as their larger counterparts. Diminutive in size but not personality, hamsters, guinea pigs, ferrets, reptiles, mice and more may be just the right fit for those who desire a pet, but may not have the space or money for large animals.
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.
Sulphur Springs Union School District officials announced schools will be closed starting Monday, Oct, 28, due to the Tick Fire that burned homes in Canyon
Though Myron Sproul has now been retired longer than he worked, he still has many fond memories of his 30-year career as an educator here
Only five-years old, and merrily cocooned within the living room of our post-WWII North Hollywood tract home, I repeatedly played two of my parents’ 45s on the record player — catchy tunes that made me smile and spin: Rosemary Clooney’s “Botch-A-Me” and The Ames Brothers’ “The Naughty Lady of Shady Lane.”
Way back when I was a young nurse, I found an illuminating, albeit heartrending, place to visit on my Thursday afternoons off – the basement of the San Fernando Valley medical center where I worked.
Since taking over the Trinity Classical Academy girls volleyball program in 2016, head coach Rebecca Peluffo has cultivated a winning culture at Trinity. Centered around a philosophy of players who play for each other, the strategy has paid dividends in recent years.
Since she was 18 months old, Jordyn McBride was surrounded by tennis. With a mother and a father who are both tennis coaches and an older brother who plays the sport, it was nearly unavoidable.
Things to Do
This year, celebrate the season with a new family tradition: taking a vacation that makes the holidays feel like a vacation again. That means a holiday, whether it’s Christmas, Hanukkah or New Year’s Eve, where the cooking, light-hanging, or sometimes even the package-wrapping is done for you.
The forlorn spirit of a lovely young woman, a headless friar, a bevy of prehistoric phantoms: frightful sightings abound in these paranormal hotspots across California. Whether or not you believe in ghosts, a visit to these 10 spooky spots is sure to deliver a thrill.