Alhambra Source's founding editor, Daniela Gerson, is moving on to a new position as community engagement editor at the Los Angeles Times. Tim Loc will continue as interim editor.
Asians and Latinos are using hospice at significantly lower rates than whites. Reasons range from ignorance about the system to fear of “mercy killings.”
With the support of readers like you and the USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism, we are growing as a source for local news. More to come in 2014!
Have you spoken with loved ones about death or dying? / ¿Has hablado con tus seres queridos sobre la muerte o el hecho de morirte? / 你和你愛的人談論過死亡嗎？
Asian and Latinos are the least likely among California residents to share with loved ones or physicians end-of-life wishes, making them likely to leave a terrible burden on family members.
We brought together in March community members and leaders for a multilingual forum on youth issues. Here are some reflections and lessons we learned.
Two international publications, Future News and Die Presse, write about Alhambra Source and the research project behind it.
Have you seen Tiki Al and his modified Jeep, complete with torches, driving around Alhambra?
The origins and goals of our new Reporter Corps program for young adults, and an update on its progress.
Tom Shea — former marketing director of Alhambra Chamber of Commerce, “soda jerk” at Leo’s Ice Cream parlor, and a friend of Alhambra Source — died at 78.
Alhambra Source at 2: Five lessons learned about improving civic engagement through a local news site
Alhambra Source turned two earlier this month. Here are some reflections on what we have learned along the way, featured in the Online Journalism Review.