Five Years of the Source: Nasrin Aboulhosn sends a letter home from Btekhnay, her ancestral home and a city of 1000 where almost everyone is an Aboulhosn.
This week we launched our 2015 Sam & Jackie Wong-Alhambra Source scholarship. We organized the first contest in 2013, asking students to explore their roots.
We asked Alhambrans to share their election thoughts and stories with us using the hashtag #alhambravotes.
ELECTION 2014: Rep. Chu, who is facing off against Jack Orswell in November, talked to Alhambra Source about the San Gabriel Mountains, overdevelopment, and why you should vote.
Being a representative, not a politician: A conversation with U.S. Congressional candidate Jack Orswell
ELECTION 2014: Orswell — running to rep Alhambra and parts of the SGV in Congress — talked biking, historic preservation, and the San Gabriel Mountains.
We spoke to Linda Hess of Urban Harvester, which connects grocery stores, cafes, restaurants, and other businesses with extra food to agencies that serve food to the public.
ELECTION 2014: We spoke to Sham about the upcoming election and what he would like to improve in Alhambra.
The Jimenez family won a nationwide competition sponsored by Johnson & Johnson and Univision to represent their brands in an outreach campaign to Hispanic residents.
The L.A. Conservancy gave the city a failing grade, but City Council says they are taking steps to preserve the city’s character and history.
St. Patrick's Day is on Monday and the Downtown Alhambra Business Association is hosting its fifth annual St. Paddy's Day Pub Crawl. We tagged along in 2011 and kept a shamrock-filled diary.