ElectionsVote Thank God that the election is finally over. I believe a forest worth of paper was used for the avalanche of mailers that were sent out by all the candidates. Those mailers were filled with half-truth(more..)

ElectionsVote (By Eve Bushman) Last week I gave you a few teasers of what our upcoming Paso plans are. Turned out we would have four days of fun so we also planned to include: Garagiste Festival We haven’t (more..)

ElectionsVote (By Eve Bushman) Sure, I don’t mind driving down to the Luxe Rodeo Drive Hotel on Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills (with the hoards of summer tourists) and then up to the penthouse suite to learn ab(more..)

ElectionsVote The City of Santa Clarita is seeking volunteers for the 2018 Santa Clarita Marathon, presented by Parkway Motorcars, which is scheduled to take place on November 3-4, 2018. The event, currently in its(more..)

ElectionsVote (By Eve Bushman) This would be the second year of discovery for us: attending the Mutual Trading Japanese Food and Restaurant Expo. While the wide array of Japanese food and beverages takes center sta(more..)

ElectionsVote The party has just begun, and the guests include Wolf Man, Dracula and his son, at the City of Santa Clarita’s Thursdays@Newhall series, presented by Valencia Auto Center, all October in Old Tow(more..)

ElectionsVote I recently came home from my annual retreat in Maine and found a stack of political mailers waiting for me. Obviously the midterm elections are coming up quickly and it is a hot topic of debate as to (more..)

ElectionsVote On Tuesday, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors approved an ordinance to limit the keeping of roosters in the unincorporated areas of Los Angeles County. This important action was taken to cur(more..)

ElectionsVote The happy men of the SCV Men of Harmony Chorus are now preparing for their 42nd annual a-Capella show and Ice Cream Social. Lots of familiar tunes will be dusted off and presented in the unique style (more..)

ElectionsVote (By Eve Bushman) So excited to taste the latest red wine release from Workman Ayer, a red blend from the Santa Barbara County. Why? As I sort of discovered Michel Ayer at an early Garagiste Festival, (more..)