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Here's the conundrum of the holiday season: There's so much pressure to "Enjoy!" "Connect!" "Celebrate!" - but less time than ever to make that all happen. What to do? In a word: Less. Less cooking, less cleaning, less prepping, less stressing. Sure, that means you need to do more of some things - but those "mores" should be easy and quick. That's where our Dining & Entertainment Guide comes in. Party planning, catering, holiday to-do's, special ways to make memories - they're all here. Grab your phone, make some calls and then spend more time with the people who make it all worth it.
With 36 percent of all Americans using ride-share services like Uber and Lyft, and a whopping 51 percent of Americans 18 to 29 doing the same, ride-share liability has become an essential conversation in legal circles.
California State Route 126 curls through Heritage Valley, with numerous classic points of interest between Santa Clarita and Ventura County. Between rolling-hill vistas, you can experience a new way to taste the highway's celebrated citrus groves at Bennett's Honey Farm, feed trout at the Fillmore Fish Hatchery, ride a vintage train via Fillmore Western Railway, stop at any of over a dozen roadside fruit stands or learn about early California industrialization at the California Oil Museum. But perhaps your best choice for a treasured escape from it all: The Saticoy Club.
Q & A with Santa Clarita City Manager Ken Striplin
Sometimes, Fido has as much cabin fever as you do. Get everyone out of the house for a date night that's doggy approved.
Don't miss July's local concerts - they're free!
When your town hasn't even reached the low side of middle aged, finding a cultural event that's over two decades old is too good to pass up. Here are two you don't want to miss.
The Youth Project and Re/Max of Valencia and Santa Clarita are proud to announce the sixth-annual Golf Classic to be held at The Oaks Club at Valencia on Monday, June 10.
Forget waiting for that high school reunion, the invitation to "hang" that might never come. The new trend is reaching out to old friends - and while social media, texts and calls are good, the gold standard is the in-person meetup. Laugh about old times, find out what they've been up to, lament about a loss and make new memories in a spot that's fresh to you both.
Charity Event Supports Sending Children with Serious Medical Conditions to Camp
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!
If 2019 is your year to eat healthier at home, we've got three quick new dinners that you can get on the table in 20 minutes or less. Each relies on a mix of pre-packaged and fresh ingredients, are gluten free and can be vegan with a few simple modifications.
Yeah, maybe you could host 50 people in your home or office, cook everything from scratch, rent additional tables/chairs/serveware, clean from top to bottom and festively decorate - but when catering and event-hosting options are this good, why would you?
Forget "host with the most." This season, it's all about being the greatest guest. Study up on the low down, then watch the invites start rolling in.
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.
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