The San Gabriel Mission Playhouse and the Pasadena-based United Charity Foundation host their inaugural Asian Pacific American Festival (APAFEST) from May 7th – 26th.
The Alhambra Source interviews photojournalist and DACA recipient Yunuen Bonaparte for its inaugural podcast.
The community effort includes ADA-compliant renovations such as rubber surfacing for the playground and a Cozy Cocoon.
38 Degrees is one of the local restaurants, along with other community favorites, participating in the event during the week of Jan. 22-28.
The city announcement includes the Alhambra Police Department declaring a temporary lift of overnight parking enforcement.
You're invited! Join Alhambra Source staff, Board Members, and Community Contributors as we celebrate milestones reached in 2017 and discuss what is to come for the new year.
There's a new wellness retailer in town.
Alhambra Source is a non profit online news outlet that launched in 2010 with the goal of increasing civic engagement and improving inter-ethnic relations in a city that was deprived of it. We are a project of Community Partners, a…
The workshop will be concentrating on the topics of bias and misinformation – subjects that have been largely present in ethnic and mainstream journalism.
Michael Tanner to the Alhambra Source about the difficulties of being a writer, living in Alhambra, and his participation in Indie Author Day 2017.