The contest is open and entries are being accepted for the 2020 Census Storytelling Contest sponsored by Alhambra Source and Alhambra Unified School District. Over 360 AUSD students took our Census Challenge quiz. Were you one of them? The winners are announced here.
Arts | Business | Coronavirus
The Perfect Exposure Gallery owner Armando Arorizo photographed a changing Alhambra as the county's "Safer at Home" orders went into effect. Restaurants on Main and Valley have a different look.
The funding from the Facebook Journalism Project in collaboration with the Lenfest Institute for Journalism and the Local Media Association supports 400 newsrooms bringing vital COVID-19 reporting to their communities.
In “Where Are You From?”, a Marguerita Elementary Student Faces Tough Questions On His First Day of School
Marguerita Elementary 7th Grader Jaintao Yu recalls his nervous first day of school and the complicated questions he prepared for about his language and his roots.
In “My Mother at 13: A Vendor in El Salvador,” a Garfield Elementary Student Introduces Her Mother to the World
Next up in the Alhambra Source Storytelling Competition, Garfield Elementary 8th Grader Allison Gonzalez details why her mother is hardworking, intelligent, and brave.
Community | Coronavirus | Health | Video
The coronavirus has the world's attention but the far greater threat is the flu.
Cassidy Chew thinks being an architect will allow her to draw and make buildings look cool. We will publish the rest of the winners of the Alhambra Source Storytelling Contest each Thursday over the next two weeks.
Park Elementary School 5th grader Emily Obregon is the 1st place winner in the 3rd-5th grade category of the 2019 Alhambra Source Storytelling Competition.
This is the second of six winning stories from our Alhambra Source Storytelling Competition. The competition invited all AUSD elementary school students to participate.
Una Ibranan’s “Letter to a Friend” is published today on Alhambra Source.