Parade attracts eclectic crowd

This year’s Pine Valley Days parade included princesses on horseback, clowns on stilts, reenactors in a horse-drawn wagon, Girl Scouts, Smokey the Bear and...

Mural is reminder of indigenous roots

MAAC Community Charter School unveiled a mural on June 2 that depicts border life in pre-Columbian times and the connection to the local land....

Alpine library plans in-person events

The Alpine library has some unique events planned for Spring, including some hands-on learning that would not have been possible just one year ago...

Scheduled talk buzzing with history of bees in East County

Backyard beekeeper Richard Edwords and Radio Personality Coe Lewis will be presenting an East County series of talks loosely called The Richard and Coe...

Pandemic changes the way some view work-live design space

As long term or permanently working from home becomes standard practice for many people, the concept of ‘work-life integration’ is supplanting ‘work-life balance,’ according...

Good times flow as Vintage Alpine returns after 18 month hiatus

Kiwanis of Alpine held their 30th annual Vintage Alpine fundraiser at Summers Past Farms on Nov. 21, six months after its usual month of...

Alpine Soroptimists bloom with holiday poinsettia

The Alpine Soroptimists are taking poinsettia pre-orders for their annual fundraiser. As in past years, proceeds from the poinsettia sales will go directly toward the...

Gathering a return to tradition after year away

The San Diego American Indian Health Center hosted its annual Pow Wow in Balboa Park Oct. 2-3. The 2020 Pow Wow, which would have...

Park POW WOW returns

The San Diego American Indian Health Center is hosting its annual Pow Wow in Balboa Park 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Oct. 2-3,...

Lions and tigers and beers

Alpine Beer Company donated $2 from every ‘Oh my!’ lager sold throughout the month of August to Lions, Tigers and Bears animal rescue and...
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