Posts by Miranda Gallardo:
Local Artist Gina Herrera Shares Her Experience Having Her Art Displayed at the Chicago Cultural Center
On March 16-19, the Chicago Cultural Center held its second Veteran Art Triennial and Summit, with a Bakersfield local’s sculptures on display until June 4th.
This past weekend, on February 24 and 25, Arvin High’s annual Airband returned for the first time since 2020.
The dawn of the new year marks the time when people all around create New Year’s resolutions, hoping to create meaningful goals that lead them to their hopes and dreams.
On December 3, 2022, Arvin High School’s We The People team won their congressional district competition for the 19th year in a row.
On December 5, the city of Arvin Chamber of Commerce held their annual Christmas parade, with many exciting entries.
Starting September 29 until December 9, libraries all over Kern will be hosting several creative events and a traveling art show in support of suicide prevention awareness and recovery in partnership with the Kern Behavioral Health & Recovery Services (BHRS).
Arvin High students voice their thoughts on BC professor sharing an inappropriate link to their class
A Bakersfield College (BC) professor was removed from their dual-enrollment class after sharing an inappropriate link to his dual enrollment English class at Arvin High School.
California State University Fresno is partnering with local school districts in California, including the Arvin Union School District, to bring free online classes to parents.
The Kern County chapters of the Boys & Girls Club, an organization of after-school programs, will be providing free lunch to kids 18 years and younger at their locations in Arvin, Lamont, and Bakersfield during the summer.