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  • thanks21
    30 Days of Thanks: November 21 - Be thankful for Valleys
    In this month of thanks come here daily for scripture and inspiration.On November 21, give thanks for valleys.Mountains are wonderful things. But the Lord knows that man can't always lives on the mountains.Be thankful for the valleys he brings...
  • A Piece of History in the Valley: Pioneer Memorial Cemetery  (Photos)
    A Piece of History in the Valley: Pioneer Memorial Cemetery (Photos)
    The Pioneer Memorial Cemetery was founded in 1874 as an alternative to the San Fernando Mission for burial for non Catholics and those who could not afford the mission resting place. It is the second oldest cemetery in the Valley, as the San...
  • Casa Vega: A Valley local favorite for quality Mexican food  (Photos)
    Casa Vega: A Valley local favorite for quality Mexican food (Photos)
    Open since 1956, Casa Vega Restaurant in Sherman Oaks is considered by many to be a San Fernando Valley mainstay. Long popular among Los Angeles residents, the restaurant is a favorite spot to grab a margarita at the bar or enjoy an authentic...
  • The Murrillo House haunting in Mission Valley
    The Murrillo House haunting in Mission Valley
    San Diego County has a very rich and colorful history, and with her past comes tales of haunting’s and paranormal activities from such famous places as the historic Whaley House, Star of India, and the Hotel Del Coronado. Though San Diego&...
  • Valley Investigators of the Paranormal Logo
    Ghost Hunting is Alive and Well in L.A.
    Ghosts, apparitions, or ghouls; call them what one may, there are different names for them.They all refer to the same type of entity, the spirit of one who has passed away. The question that many people have is whether or not they actually exist....
  • APCD issues air warning on Monday, urges Valley residents to take precautions
    APCD issues air warning on Monday, urges Valley residents to take precautions
    The San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District (APCD) issued a warning to residents of the Valley yesterday to help prevent ambient ozone levels from exceeding federal air standards. Although no exceedances of the federal 1-hour ozone...
  • Native American Energy Group
    Historic wells re-opened with modern technology
    Native American Energy Group, Inc. (NAGP) is an energy resource development and management company working in Roosevelt, Valley, and a county we don't hear much about regards to oil activity – McCone. Friday Native American Energy Group...
  • Dust in the Wind
    First Valley Dust Storm of the Year
    Yup, the first dust storm of the year just took place last night and as I consider myself an unofficial native after have been living here for 13 years I have to say this was the strongest, dustiest and most dangerous that I have ever seen in all...
  • Like, these are totally the best hikes in the Valley!
    Like, these are totally the best hikes in the Valley!
    For many people, the San Fernando Valley is the home of valley girls, street racing, and the production of a certain, shall we say, type of film. However, residents of the San Fernando Valley are also lucky to live near many great hiking trails,...
  • San Gabriel Mountains
    Rim of the Valley Corridor comments deadline Oct. 29
    The Los Angeles basin is rimmed by a necklace of mountain ranges that provide homes for wildlife, recreational opportunities, and spectacular views. This necklace is known as the Rim of the Valley Corridor.The National Park Service is in the...
  • VAST
    Valley art studio walk this weekend, Oct. 2-3
    It's going to be HOT this weekend, October 2 & 3, so digress with cool perspectives at the 9th Annual Valley Artists Studio Tour (VAST). This self-guided tour of 30 open studios is organized by the San Fernando Valley Arts Council. Meet...
  • A weak economy can dampen profits but not the enjoyment of sports card shows
    A weak economy can dampen profits but not the enjoyment of sports card shows
    The suffering economy may lessen the profitability of some hobbies, but it has not dampened the enthusiasm of the hobbyists. One such business is sports card shows and an example of their popularity was the show held at North Phoenix Baptist...
  • R.i.P. could be on the next monument on Arizona State Parks
    R.i.P. could be on the next monument on Arizona State Parks
    Natural beauty had been one of the rare positive arenas where Arizona has been number one in the US: first in national parks and monuments, largest city park (South Mountain Park), the largest county park system (Maricopa County) and home to the...
  • Spa Lamar is example of a Valley business offering specials for local residents.
    Arizona residents can enjoy local resorts, save money and help the State's economy this summer
    In an effort to ameliorate the usual summer slow-down, the Arizona Office of Tourism (AOT) launched its ValueAZ program. Sherry Henry, the AOT Director, expects the campaign to encourage the public to “value Arizona as an exciting vacation...
  • Abraham James next to the sugar cane in his downtown Phoenix backyard garden.
    Phoenicians return to their roots as community gardens help alleviate economic woes
    The Academy Award-nominated documentary—The Garden—told the story of how the country’s largest community garden (14 acres) was destroyed by racism, greed, corruption and ego. In the Phoenix metropolitan area, however, gardens are...