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"Up": Causes Your Inner Child To Soar

If I was asked to describe Pixar films in one word, that word would be infallible. Starting with the revolutionary “Toy Story”, Pixar has taken animated films to places that even Walt Disney couldn’t have ever imagined. This is accomplished through the perfection of Disney’s biggest rule: putting the story first.

Two Teens Caught Stealing Alcohol, Electronics

Just after 11:00 a.m. Thursday morning a Saugus resident on Nickie Lane witnessed two young men knock on the front door of a home, and then enter the backyard.

He then contacted Los Angeles County Sheriff's deputies, who responded to the neighborhood and set up a containment.

Two suspects matching the neighbor's description were found and detained on Rodgers Dr., near where the suspicious activity was reported. A search of one suspect's backpack revealed a Sony Playstation, digital camera and alcohol, later found to be taken from the home.

Valencia Town Center Haunted By Music



The Westfield Valencia Town Center is showcasing a new interactive art exhibit beginning Saturday, June 6.


“Ghost Band” is a media art project based on a scavenger hunt theme. The game will incorporate interactive digital technology, physical props and an inventive use of sound and space as part of its game play.


COC Launches The Class Of 2009


The College of the Canyons class of 2009 is celebrating commencement, today at 9:30 am, in the Honor Grove of the Valencia campus.  

With more than a thousand students graduating this year COC has compiled some interesting facts about the Class of 2009:

• Number of graduates - 1096

• Numbers of majors represented – 43

• Number of female graduates – 708 (65%)

• Number of male graduates – 388 (35%)

• Average age of the graduates – 26 years old

Top Things To Do This Weekend, June 4, 2009

Circus Vargas

Do you want to laugh and be amazed?  Go to the Circus!  Circus Vargas is in town until Sunday, June 7 at the Westfield Valencia Town Center and features comedy, juggling, acrobatics, music, and more.  Bring the whole family and enjoy some fun under the big top.

Beach Bash by the Rocks

Strapped For Cash And Out Of Credit, California Eyes Cuts

By Lyle Wohlfarth

With our state facing a $24 billion deficit and the threat of fiscal insolvency within 14 days, Governor Schwarzenegger addressed a joint session of the legislature on Tuesday to present his proposals for the May Revision of the state budget. These proposals are the latest development in Sacramento's search for a solution to the problems posed by the recession.

Community Meetings Slated For School Boundary Adjustments

The Wm. S. Hart Union High School District is scheduling a series of public information meetings to cover proposed school boundary adjustments slated to take effect in August 2010. Adjustments are necessary to ease overcrowding in some area schools, while making better use of schools with declining enrollment.

J.J. Holen Misses Cut in SCGA Golf Tournament

In the Southern California Golf Association/CIF tournament, J.J. Holen of West Ranch shot a 7-over par 79 at the Members Course in Murrieta yesterday and did not qualify for the CIF State Tournament next week.

The cut was 68. Kevin Dougherty of Vista Murrieta shot a 6-under 66 to lead all golfers.

The SCGA/CIF tournament was suspended because of a hail storm on Wednesday. When play resumed Thursday, Holen was 2-over par through five holes. He recorded two birdies on the second day of play, but had three bogeys and two double-bogeys in his final 13 holes.

Thunderstorms Touch Off Forest Wildfires

A series of brush fires were started by lightning strikes in the San Gabriel Mountain area when unseasonable weather touched down Wednesday. Between 2:30am and 8:00pm Wednesday, the 680,000-acre Angeles National Forest northeast of Los Angeles received approximately 400 lightning strikes, resulting in 16 fires.

Reconnaissance flight completed Thursday morning detected three additional wildfires in the remote parts of the Angeles National Forest, bringing the total number to 19, since 2:30am Wednesday. Of the 19 fires, 12 twelve have been fully contained.

Walk Of Western Stars Honoree Carradine Found Dead

Walk of Western Stars 2008 honoree David Carradine was found dead in a Bangkok hotel room Thursday morning.

Carradine was staying in the luxury Swissotel Nai Lert Pak Hotel while shooting a new movie called “Stretch.”



A producer for the film crew went to Carradine’s room after the actor failed to join the crew for a meal Wednesday and learned the actor had died.