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Mr. Barber performs the finest jazz, pop, and variety.
The Los Angeles County Development Authority provides loans up to $2 million that are customizable for business needs.
The public can join in on the fun by creating a short video of a minute or less to show why they love Alhambra. They can post the video on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram with the hashtag #LoveAlhambra. The videos may be shared by the city on its social media platforms.
Downtown Alhambra's annual Tree Lighting Ceremony kicked off another holiday season in style.
The Beatlemaniacs, as coined by Bill Yee, will perform a fab and gear Beatles tribute show. They invite everyone to sing along as they ferry down the Mersey to the sound of magical songs of the Fab Four.
The throwback music from the jukebox, checkered tile floor, retro furniture of red vinyl bar seats next to the counter, classic diner booths, and the vintage pictures of 1950s iconic Hollywood stars like Marilyn Monroe and James Dean would take diners back to the ‘50s era.
The Daisies meet two to three times a month and participate in fun activities.
The audience is provided with song sheets and colorful Christmas hats and is encouraged to bring their jingle bells and their children to this popular singalong event.
Chef Christian Yang, Maggie Ho, and partner Chef Joseph Marcos have opened a long thought out restaurant that serves not just traditional Asian dishes, but their own interpretations of Asian food.
Families are invited to take free digital photos with Santa while watching some holiday-themed entertainment from PopRock Academy and the Daurden Performing Arts Conservatory.
SuperHero Summer Fest is brought to Alhambra by local super toy store TOY-ZILLA and Nerdbot.
Unwind the healthy way! Join us at Vidorra Sunday, June 9, for a special "Amazing Space Vinyasa Yoga" class hosted by The Fit Factor Studio. All levels welcome.
The City of Alhambra Community Services Department invites all music aficionados to the 2015 Summer Serenade series of free concerts at the Alhambra Park Bandshell, 500 N. Palm Ave. The programs will be offered over four consecutive Friday nights, July 31, and culminating on Friday Aug. 21. All concerts start at 7 p.m. and end at 9 p.m.
Special Olympics co-hosts Alhambra and Monterey Park are making welcoming plans to accommodate the needs, as well as ensure the health and safety and enjoyment, of the 100 delegates arriving from Germany to Southern California.
Join us at Chonito's near the corner of Fremont and Valley and enjoy great food and network with almost a hundred Chamber members and non-members!
Great free concerts all through August with Blues, Rock, 80's music, and Latin music! Enjoy a picnic and a variety of food trucks! Click here to find out more...
Alhambra parks will offer kids free Summer Food Service Program, arts, crafts