Take a walk through the garden

More than just a nursery, Alpine Garden and Gifts offers vintage gifts, classes, home decorat­ing and floral designs on nearly an acre of land....

American pickers coming for a visit

Television personalities Mike Wolfe and Frank Fritz are mak­ing plans for a return to California this December with The Ameri­can Pickers, a documentary series...

Cindy Lou, Grinch take to airwaves

The Old Globe theater’s 23rd annual production of Dr. Seuss’s How the Grinch Stole Christmas! will be presented as an audio production on KPBS...

Artwork is plein to see

ArtWalk@Liberty Station, San Diego’s first major art show since many 2020 events were postponed, shifted online or canceled entirely beginning in March due to...

Comet NEOWISE drawing sky-watchers to back country

It’s an opportunity that presents itself, in this case, once every 6,953 years. That’s the length of time it takes Comet NEOWISE to make one...

Kid-friendly staycation ideas

Adults may see staycations as great opportunities to catch up on summer reading and finish projects around the house. Chil­dren, however, may not always...

Graduation is June 5th in East County!

Call Jennifer at The Alpine Sun 619-445-3288 or email staff@thealpinesun.com

Beer pairs well with Alpine Education Foundation

About 90 people experienced the Black Plague last Wednesday. The India Pale Ale was served up at Barons Market in a Backroom Beer Pair­ing...

Products of humor, hard work on exhibit at library

Fritz the Pear Man is the strug­gling artist alter-ego of Michael Dayon, the La Mesa resident who currently has his work on display at...

Summers Past celebrates canines and costumes

It was a day for the dogs at Summers Past Farms on Satur­day when about 20 pooches and their accompanying humans made an appearance...

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