Just a quick reminder, you can get tickets now for the 12th annual Summer Meltdown Austism Awareness Art & Music Festival. Nearly 40 bands are going to rock three stages at the Santa Clarita Skate Park on Saturday, April 25. There’ll also be art, food and skate/BMX demos, all for a good cause – the Yes I Can program at local high schools for students with and without disabilities. Tickets are just $25 for the all-ages festival. For more details and tickets, visit summermeltdownscv dot com.
Saturday night on SCVTV’s “House Blend” hosted by yours truly, we’re bringing a progressive acoustic trio out of the woodwork for an encore telecast. The group Woodwork made its TV debut on the show in 2014, and the former College of the Canyons music students displayed virtuosity way beyond their years. Don’t miss violinist Avery Merritt, keyboardist Brendan Coyle and guitarist Rory on “House Blend” at 10 p.m. Saturday, right here on SCVTV and streaming everywhere at scvtv dot com.
And looking ahead to Wednesday night, April 25, Santa Clarita comedian Wyatt “The Riot” Adam will host a comedy night at the Bier Academy on Soledad in Canyon Country. Wyatt promises “an amazing selection of comedy” about life in Awesometown and its surrounds. He’s also performing a solo set to cap off the night. Sounds like tons of fun for 18 and olders. Showtime’s 8 p.m. Phone 661-298-1321 for more info.
The Newhall Family Theatre will be hosting a dual celebration – re-opening after the long pandemic closure and marking its 80th anniversary – with a free, interactive event for children and a talent showcase for all ages.
The County of Los Angeles Department of Parks and Recreation, in conjunction with the American Red Cross, is excited to announce that a series of Learn to Swim Scholarships will be made available for the Learn to Swim Program at Castaic Aquatic Center this upcoming Winter and Spring Season
Officials from Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital on Monday announced an additional death, bringing the total number of COVID-19 deaths since the onset of the pandemic to 175, spokesman Patrick Moody confirmed.
Each time the MB2 Entertainment owners — who happen to be not only business leaders but also two longtime Santa Clarita Valley residents — drove past the Mountasia Family Fun Center, they felt a pull to revitalize the SCV staple.
A 67-yard touchdown from Saugus Centurions (7-1, 3-0) quarterback Brady Welch to running back Jacob Faraldo blew the gates open in the 42-7 win against the Golden Valley Grizzlies (3-4, 1-2) on Friday.
SACRAMENTO – Motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death for teens in the United States. In fact, the chance of a teen being involved in a crash is highest during their first two years of driving.
After Colleen Shaffer was diagnosed with breast cancer in 1999, she decided she wanted to help others who were on the same uncertain journey she was on — so she hosted a tea party in her backyard where supporters showed up for her and on behalf of cancer patients.
Women and men gathered on top of Old Town Newhall’s parking structure Thursday for an evening of drinks and recognition of local leaders in the film industry as part of Zonta’s women’s film festival, Lunafest.
On Oct. 15, Princess Cruises marked the return to service of the cruise line’s third ship in the U.S. – Emerald Princess – departing from the Port of Los Angeles on a 15-day Panama Canal cruise to Ft. Lauderdale.
Two out of five league games have been completed as the Foothill League inches closer to the CIF playoffs. The Saugus Centurions and the West Ranch Wildcats remain the only unbeaten teams, setting up for a showdown in the coming weeks, which may decide the Foothill League champion.
Foothill League girls golfers tested their skills Wednesday at The Oaks Club at Valencia, which is considered one of the longer courses in the league, and the West Ranch Wildcats still prevailed, pulling some of their best numbers from the entire season.