The first in a video series on Alhambra's below-the-radar art movements visits Alcazaba, a loft on Fremont Avenue that local youth use for creative expression.
Tuesday Night Jazz at Cafe on 2nd featuring the Michael Drange Quartet will begin August 17th at 7:00 PM. The Michael Drange Quartet will be performing every Tuesday evening at 7:00 PM.
Long-time Alhambra resident and artist, Yolanda Gonzalez, has a vision to use her personal success to expand the local scene into a thriving center for the area.
The Jubille won’t be happening for a second summer, but Alhambra is initiating a new cultural event for summer evenings: The Hot Spot.
The Lizard Theater Company has generated a small but devoted following from around Los Angeles, but for years has shared a stage on Main Street. It's about to get its own.
On Saturday, Valley will be packed with dragon boats, Chinese calligraphers and rabbits — as well as about 25,000 visitors. Pinki Chen is responsible for making sure it all runs smoothly.
Try Lam started imagining exploring other worlds reading science fiction and comic books on Main Street. Now he's working to restore Alhambra as a comic center for the SGV.
A crowd of blood-dripping zombies had all the effects of the living dead — minus the stench of decaying bodies — as they marched last Saturday night down Main Street.
Hugo Velasco, a hearing-impaired 2003 graduate of Alhambra High School, was one of the painters and illustrators showcasing work last week at the Alhambra Latino Association’s annual Literatura & Cult