Santiago Chilly? Nope. The marching band(s) of Corona's Santiago High (under the direction of Kris Parish and Joe Dudek) looked so cool, sounded so hot in 2013 Rose Parade. Tip of the hat to Norco Cowgirls Rodeo Drill Team, Ramona Pageant and

Throat singer Kongar-ool Ondar from Tuva, the tiny region of Siberia just outside of Outer Mongolia, was supposed to have been singing out in three-part harmony — by himself — atop a horse equipped with a stereo amplifier in Tuesday's Rose Parade.

After several decades of attending the Rose Parade, the event has never lost its shine for 68-year-old Douglas Wallace. "It's kind of exciting, isn't it?" Wallace said as he watched the Stanford University marching band go by. "It's the granddaddy of

Rose Parade 2013: event never loses its charm for longtime parade-goers.

After several decades of attending the Rose Parade, the event has never lost its shine for 68-year-old Douglas Wallace. "It's kind of exciting, isn't it?" Wallace said as he watched the Stanford University marching band go by. "It's the granddaddy of