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Beauty & Fashion

Three ways to improve your self-care routine

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.

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Calendar of Events

City Council Mayor

Celebrating the State of the City

Every fall season we shine the spotlight on Santa Clarita and celebrate the State of the City. This annual luncheon is an opportunity to reflect on the past year’s accomplishments while looking forward to what the future holds.

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City Manager

Message from the City Manager

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.

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Celebrating art in Santa Clarita

Whether you are at your neighborhood library, City Hall or Westfield Valencia Town Center – you will no doubt notice the interesting, thought-provoking and beautiful art pieces that are on display.

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The value of volunteers

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.

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Decorate with a nose toward inviting holiday aromas

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.

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Identifying Your Kitchen Style

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.

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SCV music fans to get a look at Naked Eyes

The band behind one of the quintessential 80s songs, their remake of “Always Something There to Remind Me,” Naked Eyes is bringing their brand of timeless British new wave pop to the Santa Clarita Valley on Nov. 29.

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Curds, rinds and more mozzarella

Corry De Robertis, who’s billed as “That Cheesemaker Guy,” is a local hobbyist cheesemaker who, for the past year, has taught monthly cheesemaking classes out of his home with the assistance of his wife, Carol, which are offered on Facebook.

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Health & Fitness


Home & Garden

Relax and make yourself at home

In the middle of the holiday season our human desire to organize and control everything can add a lot of stress to our lives. Then throw in all the traffic, the guests, the up and down weather and the wildfire dramas we have been experiencing.

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‘To-dos’ for home and yard winterization

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.

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Home Improvement

Water heater leaks and necessary permits

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.

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Kids & Family



Starter supplies for small pets

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.

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Big dreams in Sand Canyon

With the formation of successful startup companies, foundations and leadership centers throughout his career, Steve Kim is no stranger to business ventures.

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Real Estate

Understanding Mello Roos

When purchasing your new home, your future monthly payments will be made up of principle, interest, real property taxes and insurance, but you may also

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Restaurant Review


Senior Living

Gettin’ Up There: Change my diaper to Motown

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.”

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A second wind: Finding your tribe

Whatever our values, passions or lifestyle, we need a group to identify with and feel valued by. Not only do we depend on the group for support, but we also enjoy the feeling of extending our support and friendship to others.

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Trinity climbs way to contender

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.

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Things to Do

Fall Festivals & Fun

There are many unique fairs, festivals and expos to enjoy during the months of November and December. From a meet on the beach to a chance to nosh with the Los Angeles Rams, from arts and crafts to camel riding, there’s an event with your name on it!

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Time Ranger


Celebrate the holidays: festive holiday travel

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.

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Brewing Up California’s Coffee Scene

The Pacific Northwest, home of Starbucks, may have invented modern “coffee culture,” but California has embraced the love of the caffeinated brew and offers up its own celebration of the hallowed “cup o’ joe.”

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California’s most haunted from top to bottom

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.

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