Alhambra High School hosted a series of events last week as part of the national immigration rights movement, "ComingOut of the Shadows Week." Students, teachers, and community leaders came together to listen to students share their immigration stories, stand in solidarity, and highlight the resources provided by the school’s Dream Center.
Parents, volunteers, Alhambra’s mayor, the superintendent of AUSD, members of the school board, and other community leaders came together to read to the 448 students at Emery Park Elementary School, and celebrate “Reading is Magic”.
Alhambra City Council Member Katherine Lee talks Lunar New Year, fireworks, and celebrating in Alhambra
Alhambra City Council member Katherine Lee sits down with Community Outreach Manager Dominic Tovar to discuss how celebrating Lunar New Year's has changed since moving to the San Gabriel Valley from Taiwan as a child.
On Thursday February 7, 2019 Alhambra Source joined over 1,000 AUSD students and parents for the district’s 4th annual Career Fair.
This is the first time Alhambra Source has participated in NewsMatch, a grassroots fundraising organization focused on helping nonprofit newsrooms become sustainable.
The next episode of the Alhambra Source Podcast showcases the documentary film project of Baldwin Chiu and Larissa Lam. The film, Finding Cleveland, uncovers the history of Chiu’s family as early Chinese American settlers in the Mississippi Delta and how the Chinese Exclusion Act shaped their tragic history.
A man was shot to death and Alhambra police are investigating the circumstances of the Sunday night incident in the 600 block of South 6th Street in Alhambra. Officers arrived at the scene after receiving a 911 call about 11:15…
Did you miss the Kids and Candidates - A Community Engagement Forum earlier this month? Listen to the full candidate discussion on the Alhambra Source Podcast.
Alhambra Source joins San Gabriel Mission Playhouse and United Charity Foundation for Asian Pacific American Festival
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.