The Alhambra Preservation Group presents a series of summer-related photos from the past. The season is all about ice cream and basking in the outdoors.
We've compiled some photos of Alhambra from the 1920s to the 1950s. Things were pretty different back then, as evidenced by a "Neighbor Queen Contest" and a cake baking showdown.
The Amaros, founders of the Alhambra Preservation Group, talk about historic home preservation in Alhambra, and what it means to keep architectural traditions alive.
Dazhou Van had no idea he'd become a locksmith when, 30 years ago, he went in to copy a set of keys. Today, his has achieved his American Dream through the locksmith business.
We’ve selected several stories from 2015 to review some of the major topics that captivated the community this year.
Residents turn their homes into colorful scenes for the Christmas season. Here are pictures of some of the dazzling displays we’ve run into.
For Raymond and Fanny Moc, the American story is a series of gains and setbacks. At one point they feared tigers. At another time they were forced to live in a prison.
For some people, going to the gym can evoke feelings of self-consciousness. Maria Lopez founded The Pink Turtles to help these individuals work around their fears.
Homeowners in Alhambra still have some time to avoid leaks before the heavy rain comes. Here are seven tips on what and how to prepare.
Victoria Moy, author of "Fighting for the Dream," talks with the Source about the lesser-known history of Chinese American veterans.