The first in a video series on Alhambra's below-the-radar art movements visits Alcazaba, a loft on Fremont Avenue that local youth use for creative expression.
Did you know that a 10-year-old girl is responsible for Alhambra's name? Curious about the love story between Don Benito and Ramona? Read on...
Last summer Alhambra Youth Feed members explored Main Street, investigating how it changed to the world mix it is today, and how residents use the street. They started with themselves.
A banner with Chinese characters that read “stop sexual harassment, keep our pride” covered the four women’s faces. The protest almost did not happen.
Five Years of the Source: A bicycle is almost the great equalizer of public transportation in the sprawling suburbs east of Los Angeles, but there are some risks involved.
Long-time Alhambra resident and artist, Yolanda Gonzalez, has a vision to use her personal success to expand the local scene into a thriving center for the area.
One passed away at just shy of 99, after breaking barriers for women in Alhambra; the other, a remarkable 33-year-old Latino school board official, fell victim to an execution-style murder.
The writer J.D. Salinger died Thursday at 91. Stephanie Lee, a senior at Alhambra High and writer for the Youth Feed, reflects on how she identifies with Salinger’s most famous character
Ever wondered who he is, how he learned to walk on stilts -- and what his plans are after tax day?
Dozens of Alhambra students and teachers joined thousands of protesters on Thursday afternoon in Pershing Square to decry state education cuts. Debby Apraku, who was one of 29 adult education teachers