We went out to talk with Alhambra residents about why they voted. And why they didn't.
The Alhambra Latino Association, MA Art Space, Arte Flamenco and more are hosting local celebrations.
The roots of Ramona Convent: "a beautiful Christian home where young ladies will be educated amid artistic surroundings.”
How Don Benito Wilson's homesick granddaughter lead Alhambra to become home to the first Catholic girls' school in the San Gabriel Valley 121 years ago.
Five Years of the Source: If you live in Alhambra, you’ve probably wondered about the tiny red gingerbread-like house with the white picket fence on Atlantic and Commonwealth.
With Wong Java opening two Indonesian restaurants are now located in Alhambra, which is fitting since the area is home to one of the largest concentrations of Indonesians in Los Angeles County.
Local responses ranged, but there was one sentiment almost everyone we asked expressed: Even in the United States, the shadow of repression still kept Chinese immigrants from speaking freely.
Even though Alhambra High's student body is half Asian and half Hispanic, this year Asian students were elected to all 52 positions on the council. Anthony wants to know why.
As summer approaches — and in memory of Bill Fosselman who died a few weeks ago — we explore Alhambra’s sweet past.
Is the reason no challengers chose to run against three incumbent Alhambra City Council Members up for reelection because government is doing such a good job? Is it apathy? The economy?
When dim sum is a family affair, Two Hungry Pandas find choosing a more expensive option can risk parental disapproval. But at Lunasia, at least, they find its worth the extra cash.