Moshe Kai Cavalin, 18, finished college at 11 and now interns at NASA. Still, the "genius" label is something he avoids.
Marijune Wissmann, an Alhambra resident for more than 50 years, worked as a stenographer on the Manhattan Project. Divulging secrets, she was told, was punishable by death.
The Alhambra Latino Association hosted a Dia de los Muertos celebration at San Gabriel High this past Saturday. Check out our photos of the event.
We drove around town to find the scariest Halloween decorations on our local front lawns.
More than 100 people celebrated five years of local reporting and community engagement with a book release party and scholarship ceremony on Tuesday at Gallery Nucleus.
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Five Years of the Source: Right after the Blue Ocean restaurant burned to the ground, a waiter finds that his services are needed in other, unexpected ways.
Five Years of the Source: Revisiting a bygone art studio where artists had full control over their work.
Carlos Montes was a founder of the Brown Berets, an influential Chicano youth group. The FBI raided his Alhambra home on May 2011. He gives us an update on his legal battles.
Planning Commission sends Midwick development project to City Council for approval; residents voice opposition
Alhambra residents cited traffic, a sense of community, and the Midwick Tract's historical legacy as reasons for halting the housing project.
On the surface My Tattoo may seem like any other tattoo parlor. But, as explained by owner Jess Yen, it’s also a place where life’s lessons are taught.