A recap of our favorite moments and top stories in 2019.
300 Musicians from Three High Schools – This is How Mark Trulson Prepares Alhambra’s Band For the 2020 Rose Parade
The Band Director has been teaching Music at Alhambra High School since 2003. 17 school years later, he's leading the AUSD Marching Band for the Tournament of Roses Parade on Jan. 1, 2020.
Many artists call Alhambra their home, but they lack the support needed to help create a thriving arts scene in Alhambra.
We need volunteers to help make our event FUN for everyone. We need people to help vendors load-in and teardown, monitor various areas such as the stage, the authors’ tent, and volunteers. Morning, day and night time opportunities open. Event…
Artists from around Southern California gathered for Alhambra's First Chalk Art Competition. The results very varied and impressive.
Sage Granada Park United Methodist Church's kanikapila group brings Hawaiian folk music to Alhambra.
The Influx Collectiv series, which are hosted by two Alhambra residents, is a monthly queer poetry reading in Los Angeles county.
A 107-year-old bungalow in Ramona Park offers prospective renovators a glimpse of the possible.
The Downtown Alhambra Business Association (DABA) will present the very first Alhambra Chalk Art Contest on Sunday, September 15, 2019, as part of the Annual Latino Heritage Festival.
Asian Pacific Islander Forward Movement's Food Roots program connects low-income individuals with locally-grown organic Asian produce, as well as public food assistance programs like CalFresh.