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Another absurd and hateful action by the Alhambra City Council. No way is that area large enough for an adequate dog park (you need separate areas for...
Lawn Bowling in Alhambra is no more
It would be more than interesting to know how many of the Alhambra Bowls Club are residents of Alhambra. The Italian immigrant population that was mo...
Emails reveal City plans to hold contest over what to do with lawn bowling court
When he was running, now Alhambra Mayor Sham said he was for preserving historic and cultural resources. Why then would he vote "yes" on June 12, 2017...
Residents protest possible destruction of trees at Marengo Avenue development
When he was running, now Alhambra Mayor Sham said he was for preserving historic and cultural resources. Why then would he vote "yes" on June 12, 2017...
Op-Ed: In Alhambra, the trees and churches have no voice
Good job, Dominic. I appreciate you taking the time to come see me perform and get to know me. Thanks also to Alhambra Source for covering the story. ...
A night at Planet QUEER with an Alhambra poet
There are several games are there but basketball is one of them to remaining fit and stay in shape. That gives a lot of fun or enjoyment. This game is...
The Almansor basketball courts: A level playing field for all
What Mayor Mejia wrote in the Around Alhambra was a shameful attack on the First Amendment. He exploited a very serious issue to go after critics of c...
Alhambra Source Editorial
Mayor Mejia's comments in the Chamber of Commerce publication Around Alhambra accusing both the Source and Nextdoor of cyber bullying was shameful and...
Alhambra Source Editorial
Good article Joe. Thanks for writing it....
Nancy’s Garden
"Instead of keeping 41 of the 268 trees on-site, the developer decided to save 81 trees, replanting some of them, while giving the rest to two nearby ...
City Council approves Camellia Court development, with 81 trees saved
Many of us on Main Street knew Anthony (also known as Tony or Boo Boo). He was among the homeless in Alhambra. In the last several years that I knew h...
A tribute to Tony, a fixture on Main Street
Thanks for writing this tribute to Tony. I never met him, but it is important that communities look after their most vulnerable. I am glad to know tha...
A tribute to Tony, a fixture on Main Street

THE ‘SWING TO BRING A CHILD HOME’ DANCE

ANNOUNCING THE ‘SWING TO BRING A CHILD HOME’ DANCE, THIS FRIDAY IN THE SAN GABRIEL VALLEY, FEATURING A BAND OF SCIENTIST MUSICIANS Arcadia, CA – The 2017 “Swing to Bring a Child Home” dance is set to be held this Friday, Oc…

ALHAMBRA’S LINK TO AN ARCHITECTURAL VISIONARY

Join Alhambra Preservation Group and Alhambra Historical Society at a co-sponsored event to explore the life and architectural designs of Reginald Davis Johnson, Alhambra’s link to this architectural visionary and learn m…

Medicare open enrollment season is here

By Greg Dill When you shop for a new car, you don’t just buy the first one you see, do you? Probably not. You usually shop around, looking for the best deal you can get on a vehicle that fits your driving needs as well as your pocketbook…

Church in the Valley – Grand Opening at the Alhambra!

Church in the Valley has a new location — at The Alhambra! Since 2013, we have been helping people connect in meaningful relationships, grow spiritually, and make real progress in life. Join us this fall as we continue our mi…