College of the Canyons adjunct faculty member Herve Guillard and COC culinary arts student Andrew Courtenay had the chance to live a turophile’s dream come true when the pair spent three days learning about all things cheese during the 2016 Wisconsin Cheese Immersion Externship held Aug. 2-6.
The Culinary Arts Program at Castaic Middle School is giving its students a commanding lead in the culinary arts direction, following Julia Child’s famous saying, “People who love to eat are always the best people,” with a twist of showing what to eat and how to cook.
In the Culinary Arts Program,...
College of the Canyons will be opening a weekly culinary arts café at the Valencia campus this summer, the college announced.
The café will be open on Thursdays from June 25 to July 30. Hours are 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.
I am excited for our café production class to run a ‘live’ restaurant to give...
Construction of two new buildings at the College of the Canyons Valencia campus is nearing completion as administrators prepare for the Fall semester.
The new student services and administration building and the College of the Canyons Institute for Culinary Education building are scheduled to be finished...
Chef David Binkle, adjunct instructor of culinary arts at College of the Canyons, is a man who wears many hats. Aside from his teaching duties, Binkle is a touring speaker, director of food services for the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) and member of the “Let’s Move!”...
College of the Canyons officials held a groundbreaking ceremony Monday for the future Institute of Culinary Education (iCuE) building on the Valencia campus.
“We really are excited about this event,” COC spokesman Bruce Battle said. “Since the culinary program began at COC, it has had great...
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The Hart High football team will be going back to school touting a victory at the annual Burrito Bowl (Watch the full video here); College of the Canyons is building a new 12,000 square foot culinary arts facility at their Valencia campus.
Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station...
As California’s COVID-19 case rates have fallen to among the lowest in the country and almost 19 million Californians are fully vaccinated, the state is moving 'Beyond the Blueprint' to fully reopen its economy and end many pandemic-era restrictions, announced California Department of Public Health officials. In addition, Los Angeles County Public Health noted the current guidelines vaccinated and unvaccinated County residents are to follow as restrictions relax and the economy reopens.
California lawmakers passed a record $267 billion budget bill Monday that boosts spending on programs designed to fight climate change, prevent wildfires, build affordable housing and stimulate the economy with direct payments to taxpayers.
Family, friends and members of the Los Angeles County Fire Department gathered at Fire Station 131 in Palmdale Tuesday morning for a ceremony to honor firefighter Tory Carlon, who was killed earlier this month.
Los Angeles County Fire Department officials announced plans this week for a private flag ceremony and memorial service — both of which will be livestreamed for the community to watch — in honor of the firefighter killed in the Station 81 shooting on June 1.
In an announcement released on Monday, Rep. Mike Garcia, R-Santa Clarita, reported that he had secured $20 million in federal funding for the district to be included in pending legislation, with some of the money heading toward the Santa Clarita Valley if the bill is approved.
Demonstrating alongside the Hart District Teachers Association, members of the California School Employees Association Chapter 349 stood outside the district office last week in support of the ongoing negotiations concerning pay and benefits.
In the first four months of 2021, the District Attorney’s Office declined to file charges on 537 Santa Clarita Valley criminal cases — already 156% of the total number of declined cases for the entire previous year.
A virtual town hall Thursday brought together Los Angeles County Public Health officials to answer questions from the public about changes to coronavirus restrictions come Tuesday when California’s “blueprint for a safer economy” expires.