The Emergency Food Program provides grocery bags of healthy, nutritious food to struggling families once a month. They are accepting donations at their San Gabriel offices.
Chonitos will open next week on Fremont and Valley and Gen Korean BBQ will replace Tony Roma's, Eater LA reports.
Two Encino residents opened a Menchie’s in Alhambra 17 months ago. They share why they use their business to help Alhambra groups and the importance of supporting local business.
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.
It is jujube season in Alhambra again, meaning huge bins filled with the date at Chinese supermarkets, crowds at the farmer's market, and fruits left out to dry on a car hood on Valley Boulevard.
The demand for moon cakes grows during Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival, KPCC reports.
The Ma Jasmin Indian food booth and catering service from the Alhambra Farmer's market opens as its own restaurant.
Alhambra City Council renewed its "Home Delivered Meals Program” which provides meals to senior citizens who are living at home, World Journal (世界日報) reports
Organizers of the 626 Night Market are moving the Asian-themed event from Pasadena to the Santa Anita Race Track.
Local Asian youth culture made it to the front page of the LA Times, with a feature that visits the YouTube sensation the Fung Brothers, the Asian Night Market, and even Fluff Ice.