Five Years of the Source: For seven years Alfred Dicioco had tried to fit in with the American way of life. Will he find his true self if he returns to the Philippines?
Each December, Alhambra residents on Fremont Avenue and Poplar Boulevard turn their front yards into bright holiday attractions. We spoke to residents in 2012 about the neighborhood tradition.
We spoke with Ahambra residents and businesses about how they celebrate the Fourth of July and what Independence Day means to them.
The Visual and Performing Arts Department at Alhambra High School grew in numbers and recognition due to a tight-knit, family atmosphere, says department chair Mark Trulson.
Residents opposed the construction of a residential development that possibly sits on a Native American burial ground.
Alhambra Unified will receive funding through a new state budget package, but must collaborate with community members to determine how the money is spent.
Assistant professor of Asian American Pacific Studies Wendy Chang shared her research on the multicultural make-up of the San Gabriel Valley at a Jan. 30 forum at Southern California Public Radio.
Pasadena chef Bryant Wigger traveled to Taiwan in December and brought back a touch of Taiwanese cuisine to his Italian restaurant. Wigger talked to us about his trip and favorite dishes in the SGV.
Each December, Alhambra residents on Fremont Avenue and Poplar Boulevard turn their front yards into bright holiday attractions. Last year we spoke to residents about the neighborhood tradition.
Police responded to residents’ concerns about an alleged hate crime, parking permits, and mental health issues during Monday night’s meeting at Fremont Elementary School.