Goner?: Print billboard in Santa Clarita slated for removal.
Developer Shawn Evenhaim at Fallbrook Avenue fitness center, closed for five years.
Early advertisements for borax products on display at the mine’s visitor center.
Just a Trim: Mobile barber shop created for Twain’s Kuttin Up in L.A.
Available: Reduced floorplan at Jerry’s Deli will open space for a new tenant.
Tom Delaney, marketing director at Funrise, with line of stuffed animals for the holidays.
A conveyor belt speeds the ore to a fine crusher in preparation for processing.
Blank Slate: Overton Moore CEO Timur Tecimer on 7.5 acres slated for mixed-used development.
A sign for drivers headed east on Highway 58 promotes the mine as Boron’s main attraction.
Lance Sterling on stage at the Canyon Club in Agoura Hills; below, seating for the Rose’s dinner-and-show format.
Numbers Guy: Matthew Fienup, executive director at Cal Lutheran’s Center for Economic Research & Forecasting, outside his office on the Thousand Oaks campus.
Hessam Nadji became chief executive at Marcus & Millichap Inc. in Calabasas last week, replacing John Kerin who helped groom him for the position.
Educator: Evan Levi, head of Phoenix Ranch School’s parent company Chicago Investments, at former Pinecrest site in Simi Valley, which he bought for $7.5 million.
Cutting Edge: Left, Mark Miller shows off effect created for the television show “Sleepy Hollow.”
Up for Sale: More than 10 acres at the Lancaster Business Park owned by developer Frank Visco, who has subdivided it into four parcels.
Looking for a place to move a growing company? Boosters like Kimberly Maevers, above, say go no farther than the Antelope Valley. But are low costs enough to jump start desert development?