ElectionsVote (By Dave Bossert) Last week, I went down to the weekly Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors (BOS) meeting to support the Newhall Ranch project that was before the board for approval. I think that t(more..)

ElectionsVote On Monday, July 31, 2017 at 7:00 p.m., the community is invited to meet New York Times and USA Today best-selling author Mary Alice Monroe at an author event at Barnes & Noble, Valencia. The event(more..)

ElectionsVote Return to the early days of Van Halen and spend the evening rocking out with friends and family at Concerts in the Park, presented by Logix Federal Credit Union, on Saturday, July 22, at 7:00 p.m. The(more..)

ElectionsVote (By Chris Sharp) As you probably already know, my mission is to write columns that other columnists are not writing.  It is in that spirit that I have written for example a Beacon column demonstr(more..)

ElectionsVote (By Eve Bushman) L.A.’s Top Bartenders Celebrated “Six Years of Cocktails, Community and A Great Cause” during the sixth Art Beyond The Glass held at Los Globos in LA on June 25... P(more..)

ElectionsVote (By Chris Sharp) Tonight, after dinner the people of the Santa Clarita will once again gather around the long parking spaces on Valencia Avenue around the Barnes and Noble Book Store and the Valencia (more..)

ElectionsVote (By Eve Bushman) Wente Vineyards has been around forever (see below, since 1912 to be exact) and I’ve had my fair share. It was with pleasure that I got to sample three different Chardonnays, an(more..)

ElectionsVote (By John Boston) For some — especially the unwashed masses who recently moved here — it can be a mystery as to how their particular town earned its handle. Saugus, for example, was taken (more..)

ElectionsVote (By Chris Sharp) I arrived in the city of Santa Clarita in the year 1988, only a year after the city was incorporated in 1987, and believe me, it was a different place. At that time, it seemed that th(more..)

ElectionsVote The first known celebration of Father’s Day was on July 5, 1908 in Fairmont, West Virginia, where it was commemorated at William Memorial Methodist Episcopal Church South – now known as Ce(more..)