In this episode:
Elected officials from Santa Clarita head to Washington D.C. Wednesday to speak in favor of a bill aimed to stop a mega-mine from coming to the Santa Clarita Valley; Canyon High grad and former Brigham Young University football player Nick Longshore died Wednesday from injuries he sustained in an ATV accident in Idaho Falls.
Mustache Movember is a campaign that’s sweeping the nation. Businesses, communities, and schools are all jumping on board to support men’s health, and Sierra Vista Junior High is no exception; Agua Dulce equestrian activist Darrell Readmond was honored with a memorial hitching post; local weather.
Friday night, it’s an international rockabilly rave-up at The Vu Bar & Lounge in Newhall; Saturday night at 9, local first-call bass player Moses Sparks debuts his new band, the Deep Fried Daddys, at Howie’s Pub in Castaic; And Saturday night at 10, set your DVR for the encore broadcast of The Shoemaker Brothers on the Season 4 premiere of SCVTV’s House Blend.
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