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The service at Marston's Restaurant in Bridgeport Marketplace is as speedy as it is friendly, which is ironically unfortunate when considering the popular SCV spot's new menu selections. These are flavors that you want to take your time with, get to know and share. Thankfully, the staff is used to lingering guests, because you don't want to rush these meals. They're worth savoring.
The Old Town Junction is love, finally requited.
A longtime fan of Chef Daniel Otto, this is the moment - and the restaurant - I've been waiting for. I'm not alone.
After a recent visit to JJ's Bar & Grill in Valencia, a friend asked me about my experience. What first came to mind wasn't the tasty food I noshed on, or the great drinks I had while re-connecting with an old friend. No, what came out of my mouth was this telling tidbit: "It was so relaxing!"
Sometimes, less really is more. That's the philosophy of Marston's Restaurant's beloved "Chef Jim" McCardy, a man who has a well-known knack for finding the best seasonal produce, meats and fish available anywhere.
Casa Canela Shares Farm-fresh Fare with "Mi Casa es su Casa" Service
The New Menu that makes them an Old Favorite
WHAT TO ORDER NOW
Taste Santa Clarita's newest flavors - from rolled ice cream to beet salad and more!
New flavors to savor - including Chyll's new Castaic location!
Remember that one time that everyone was prepping for holiday meals, had a produce drawer full of romaine lettuce -and then the CDC told us to toss it all? Yeah, we do, too. And while we're confident we'll soon get the green light on one of our favorite greens, this is a grand opportunity to get acquainted with other alternatives. Lettuce begin!
Just moments from your door, there are flavors waiting to be discovered, long-forgotten stories eager to be shared, yet-unforged connections hoping to be made.
Our Fave Last Tastes of Summer Flavors

Summer eats and chilly drinks will keep you going in the heat.
START YOUR ENGINES
Have a taste for the finer things? These SCV finds are totally top shelf.
It's estimated that over 6 million traffic accidents occur in the United States each year, with more than 90 people dying in car accidents daily. With those kinds of statistics, it makes sense that we should do everything we can to reduce our risk of accidents, injury - or worse.
Santa Clarita is known for being safe, having great schools, terrible traffic during road construction on the 5 and... that's about it. And that's ok. We're only a quarter of a century old, after all. But those in the know know that our up-and-coming culture is becoming more cultured by the day. We drive cool cars, listen to opera, revisit theatrical classics and even belong to posh country clubs. It might not be enough to throw shade at, say, Pasadena - but we're on our way.
Sure, the SCV gets a snow day now and again, but it's rarely more than a few pretty little flakes.
For the ultimate in snowball fights, you have to drive. Here are our fave spots for a day of snow play!
SCV's got a pretty high communal IQ. As a population, we're well educated, we invest in local schools and we're proud to be home to smarty-pants bio/tech companies. But what's really smart is how we show off our intelligence with our own clever car, coffee... and even roller coaster.
Sometimes, you just need to get out of town. And, sometimes, you have to go to Costco. Lucky for us, the Sahara is ready for whatever life puts in front of you - or what you want to leave behind.
ENTERTAINMENT
Nestled in the hills of Somis with panoramic views of city skyline, Pacific-ocean coast and Channel Islands lies a place so nourishing to the soul, its name literally translates to "shelter." The Saticoy Club is located just two exits past Santa Paula, about 45 minutes from Magic Mountain, but it feels a world away.
It's the start of festival season - and we've got the 411 on the must-buy tix for April
Soroptimist of Greater Santa Clarita Valley (SIGSCV) will host the 11th-annual Wine Affair fundraiser on Sunday, March 24th from 2pm to 6pm - and we can't wait.
College of the Canyons to Honor Don & Cheri Fleming with
Silver Spur Award
Santa Clarita is known for being safe, having great schools, terrible traffic during road construction on the 5 and... that's about it. And that's ok. We're only a quarter of a century old, after all. But those in the know know that our up-and-coming culture is becoming more cultured by the day. We drive cool cars, listen to opera, revisit theatrical classics and even belong to posh country clubs. It might not be enough to throw shade at, say, Pasadena - but we're on our way.
Here's our something-for-everyone take on the sweetest day of the year!
GET OUT OF TOWN
When it comes to hiking, I'm usually reluctant to leave the Santa Clarita Valley. Why drive somewhere else when you can hit any one of dozens of trails right here in our own backyard?
There's one question that inspires fear in every significant other. OK, two questions, actually.
Say "Getty" these days and everyone assumes you're talking about the Getty Center museum complex atop the Sepulveda Pass that affords commanding views of the Westside all the way to the ocean.
Three thousand, one hundred feet. Seventy miles. Seven pitchers. Six guys. Three days. One question.
That's a rough accounting of the recent expedition undertaken to Mammoth by a group of mountain-biking friends - James, Mike, Jason, Todd, Tony and me.
I wasn't ready for Zion National Park, but Zion was ready for me. To surprise me. To push me. To make me stop and wonder.
Our weekend in San Francisco is much like the city itself - packed, busy, close - a whole lot going in a very small space, or in our case, a small amount of time.
MOVIE TIMES
This section has the movie times for the local Santa Clarita movie theaters; Edwards Valencia Grand Palace 12 and Edwards Canyon Country 10. Today's showings include Plus many more, click the link to see all of the movie times.
Nestled in the hills of Somis with panoramic views of city skyline, Pacific-ocean coast and Channel Islands lies a place so nourishing to the soul, its name literally translates to "shelter." The Saticoy Club is located just two exits past Santa Paula, about 45 minutes from Magic Mountain, but it feels a world away.
It's the start of festival season - and we've got the 411 on the must-buy tix for April
Taste Santa Clarita's newest flavors - from rolled ice cream to beet salad and more!
Soroptimist of Greater Santa Clarita Valley (SIGSCV) will host the 11th-annual Wine Affair fundraiser on Sunday, March 24th from 2pm to 6pm - and we can't wait.
College of the Canyons to Honor Don & Cheri Fleming with
Silver Spur Award
In the tradition of giving to the ones we love, February is the month for the "Carousel Wishes & Valentine Kisses" campaign - a time when the community comes together to show their love for the kids at Carousel Ranch. A little love and kindness goes a long way in making a real difference!
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