Missing summer already? Watch some of these excellent videos of the fashion shows, dance, music, and art from August's Hot Spot
Michael Dergar’s day job is a special education instructor at Alhambra High School, but on his own time he has created a virtual academy for students with special needs.
Four Chinese authors — including Yu Zhou, Sikai Luo, Yurong Liu and Peilan Li — donated many of their literary works to Alhambra Public Library on August 30th to promote Chinese culture. Alhambra mayor Stephen Sham and Alhambra Public Library director Carmen Hernandez received the
Alhambra newcomer Adam Robozelli coined a name for the video gamers and comic artists on Main Street: Alhambra's Creative Coalition.
Open Call for Artists with Disabilities to Join the Academy of Special Dreams! The Academy of Special Dreams invites artists with disabilities to share your art with us. The Special Academy provides you with a unique opportunity to have your art seen and appreciated by a wide audience.
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.