Armando Arorizo has owned The Perfect Exposure Gallery for 25 years and relocated to Alhambra last September. He came to the U.S. from Mexico City in 1986 to refine his photography. He says the stretch of Valley Blvd. where the gallery is located reminds him of “Old Alhambra.”
Ogopogo Brewing Co. creates beer and an atmosphere inviting to people in the San Gabriel Valley.
On the latest episode of the Alhambra Source Podcast, we speak to the founder of Alhambra's beloved Borneo Kalimantan restaurant and its offshoot, Uncle Fung Borneo Eatery.
Students learn Iyengar Yoga at Yoga Darsana, which emphasizes close attention to anatomical details and the alignment of each posture.
“The 626 is the staple SGV inspired drink, it’s inspired by Vietnamese style coffee but with a twist of — I guess American — in it because it’s cold brewed," said John Mark Reyes, co-owner of Dingle Berries Coffee & Tea in Rosemead, CA.
Inside the salsa club that attracts dancers from all over southern California.
Nathan Flores opened a gym that would allow people to learn the fundamentals of weightlifting in private.
Vape shops drop in the 626 area.
Potts Plumbing Parts has become an art gallery that serves Alhambra's community.
Joanna Vargas teaches fitness and offers students fun volunteer opportunities at the Fit Factor Studio.