The Fullerton native has shared the stage with some of country music’s biggest stars, including Brad Paisley, Blake Shelton, Toby Keith, Rascal Flatts, Eric Church and many more.
The Egan Gallery cordially invites you to enjoy big doses of "Sex Drugs & Rock "n' Roll! In partnership with local musician, sound and lighting guru, El Roy Zartman, The Egan will be exhibiting the best of Roy’s massive 40+ year collection of all things Sex, Drugs and Rock 'n' Roll in poster or flyer form.On exhibit and for sale will be hundreds of original printings of cult classic films, 1960's psychedelic concert posters and hand bills and stuff from local gigs Roy worked or otherwise attended over the last 40 years.
Health & fitness is the theme of the July/August edition of Fullerton Stories magazine. Stories inside include short profiles of YMCA members who have used personal trainers to improve their exercise routines and overall well being.
Fullerton Stories magazine can be found beginning Friday at numerous locations downtown and throughout the city. Door-to-door delivery will begin in many neighborhoods next week.
Fullerton Stories magazine is supported by advertisers and sponsors improving the quality of life in Fullerton and North Orange County. They include 3D Theatricals, St. Jude Medical Center, Cristal Drake Realtor, Morningside of Fullerton, Union Bank, Carla Jones Realtor, Mediator Judith Kaluzny, DSYL Advertising and Design, Rancho Santiago Community College District, Lux Salon, Villa Del Sol Weddings and Special Events, Rhonda Shader State Farm Insurance, Mission Market, DBP Photography and Video and the City of Fullerton.
Fullerton Councilwoman Jennifer Fitzgerald and City Manager Joe Felz will attend the public study session portion of the Brea city council meeting and return to attend Fullerton’s city council meeting later that evening. Brea Mayor Pro Tem Christine Marick and Brea City Manager Tim O’Donnell are expected to appear at the latter portion of Fullerton’s city council meeting, where the item is last on the agenda.
No cause yet has been determined as to the start of the fire that destroyed Allen’s Tuxedo and Formal Wear Wednesday night.
An intense fire destroyed Allen’s Formal Wear and Tuxedo shop at 721 W. Commonwealth Ave. on Wednesday evening, sending 20-foot flames and football-size embers into the air. Dense smoke lingered at ground level for more than five blocks to the north and east.
Story by Ashely Shah/FullertonStories.com --Homelessness in Fullerton has increased over 900% in the past twenty-some years .
Male sleeping in backyard, caller is a renter and thinks it is a family member of the owner.
From the City Public Information Office -- City officials encourage citizens and businesses to conserve water during one of the driest years in the history of the State.