Sunday Signal

AUGUST 18, 2019

Stories In This Issue

Sunday Signal
Michelle Sathe

Surreal beauty at Bryce Canyon

Attracting about 2.7 million visitors per year, Bryce Canyon National Park might be a bit crowded but is way more manageable to navigate than neighboring Zion National Park, which hosts 4.5 million visitors annually.

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Sports
Diego Marquez

Bauer, Glasnow among SCV products in the pros

Making his MLB debut July 21 against the New York Mets, San Francisco Giants pitcher and The Master’s University alumnus Conner Menez got the nod once again, starting in two games the week before last and again on Sunday.

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Profile
Michele Buttelman

Profile: Jason Crawford

Jason Crawford, City of Santa Clarita planning, marketing and economic development manager, is living proof that best-laid plans can often go strangely, yet perfectly, awry.

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Sunday Signal
Signal Contributor

How to check if a website is legitimate

Navigating the internet can be especially tricky sometimes, and it’s getting even worse as the days go by. It’s hard enough to watch out for phishing scams that seek to pilfer your private information.

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Food
Signal Contributor

Toss some shrimp on the barbie at your next party

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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City Manager
Signal Contributor

Santa Clarita parks – a fun and safe way to play

Recreational opportunities abound in the City of Santa Clarita. From afternoons spent cooling off at the Aquatic Center to playing a friendly game of softball at Central Park, you will find residents enjoying time with family and friends at our parks every day of the week.

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News Features
Brennon Dixson

Scientists hope dreams lead to discovery

There might be a lot be a lot we can learn about ourselves from the way we dream — but not in the way we traditionally think of, according to Dr. Alon Avidan, director of UCLA’s Sleep Disorder Center and professor of neurology at UCLA.

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Sunday Signal
John Boston

Frozen Dead Dogs to Valencia’s Birthday

Tipping my terribly expensive but utilitarian O’Farrell hat toward the direction of you ladies and offering a positive “Howdy” to the menfolk. What say we all climb aboard the thousands of ponies I’ve brought?

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Sunday Signal
Signal Contributor

Funaholics, not workaholics

Before they were world-famous, or even Great Britain-famous, the Beatles would play three or four shows a day at several different venues. If you’ve ever been in a band, you know what that means.

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Health & Fitness
Signal Contributor

Cholesterol plummets after giving up bread

The other thing that is often forgotten is what you changed your diet to. If you ate overall fewer calories, you may have lost a few pounds, and sometimes that can have a big beneficial effect on cholesterol.

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