Albert’s Mexican Food in Montebello

Ok where do I start? Let me start out by pointing out that Albert’s at 3000 W. Beverly in Montebello is not in any way related or affiliated with Alberto’s. I actually made that mistake and was looking forward to some good food and decent service, ok I admit that Alberto’s doesn’t have the absolute Read More …

G’s Place Barber Shop in Montebello

I’ve been searching for a barber in LA for over four years until I finally walked in to G’s Place Located at 3201 W. Beverly Blvd in Montebello California this guy called Gusano will hook it up he is THE MAN! Have been going to him for almost six weeks now. Phenomenal fade, extremely flexible schedule (he’s always Read More …

Tower, we’ll miss you

When I was a kid my older cousins (Jaime Joe and David Reyes) used to take me with them to The Tower Records in Monterrey Park on Atlantic, right of First Street (a block away from Montebello). I was instantly hooked I loved the way you could just stand around and listen to entire CD’s Read More …

The Hat in Monterey Park

For those of us growing up in the Greater Los Angeles area, at some time or another we had to have passed by one of The Hat’s World Famous Pastrami subsidiaries. The Hat I visited the most was the one in Alhambra, on the corner of Valley and Garfield. I remember always seeing my step Read More …

Bomb Threat Rattles Nerves

Schurr High School Bomb Threat Rattles Nerves Authorities searched the grounds of Schurr High School in Montebello Monday after receiving a 911 call of a bomb at the campus, but no explosives were found. Officers went to the school at 820 Wilcox Ave. shortly before 8 a.m., said Montebello police Lt. Luis Lopez.

Deputies find Pounds of Pot

While searching for domestic violence suspect in Pico Rivera A domestic violence investigation led deputies to discover about $5,000 worth of marijuana and concentrated marijuana paste, authorities said. A 19-year-woman called deputies Thursday morning to report her 32-year-old boyfriend had struck her several times, inflicting minor injuries, according to Los Angeles County

The Trek From Performer to Producer

FROM a very young age I remember dancing around our family living room in Montebello, Calif., to the music of Harry Belafonte and Miriam Makeba, inspired by my parents’ love of world arts and culture. Dancing was where my body and soul were happiest. My highest career aspiration was to become a professional dancer/choreographer.