Five Years of the Source: In 2012 contributor Esmee Xavier asked for a dog park for Buddy, her golden retriever and border collie mix. There's a chance that she will get her wish.
Holy Grounds celebrated its two-year anniversary on July 23. We visited the small cafe on Alhambra Avenue after its opening in 2012.
Eight artists will present their work Sunday in an art show, donating 35% of their proceeds to aid the victims of Typhoon Haiyan. We spoke with artist Jennifer Lugris about creating change with art.
Nestled along a row of tire shops and furniture warehouses on Alhambra Avenue is Holy Grounds Coffee & Tea, a small café that strives to go beyond selling coffee drinks and foster community.
Alhambra Source is inviting candidates for local offices to sit down and answer questions from staff and community members. We started with City Council candidate Elizabeth Salinas.
City Council approved a contract on Monday night that would design and develop a bike plan throughout the city.
Alhambra High teacher predicts "future catastrophic results for our Latino students." AUSD administrators say it was a budget necessity, but should not make a difference in terms of achievement.
Despite Alhambra's ongoing considerations of a dog park, the city has yet to give its canines a space beyond the sidewalks. Until that time, it's a life of crime for the writer's dog "Buddy."
"We wanted to show how cool and special the 626 can be, especially for food. It's the most densely Asian part of the US (and specifically Chinese)..."
"So what we hang out? So what we drink tea?" So goes "626," an ode to the West San Gabriel Valley or "Bobaland." More than 150,000 people have clicked from city officials to long ago residents.