What started out as a good gesture for a local fundraiser has now turned into a popular business for one Santa Clarita resident. Angela Schenone, who worked as a real estate agent for the last eight-teen years, recalls her story of starting the company, House
As the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic begins to slow in California, according to Gov. Newsom’s coronavirus report card, people across the state are looking forward to a return to normalcy.
By Moises Barragan It’s a Saturday night, and there is an independent movie you have heard the buzz about for the past few days. You go to check your local massive-chain theater, only to be disappointed that they aren’t screening the indie flick. Your best
Journeying back into a story book we take part in Olive Branch Theatricals’ “King Arthur” presented at The Main Theater in Newhall. The story of Arthur Bonkers battling through trial and tribulation to finally come to the conclusion that he is not really a Bonkers,