Dream Center teachers at Alhambra High, AYC, and partners in the community started collecting food and distributing it to families in their program. There are so many families in the District that need support beyond the Dream Center families. ATA…
Starting Wednesday March 18, 2020. Food distribution will take place by appointment ONLY. Appointments will be made between 8:30am – 5:00pm. To schedule your appointment please call (626) 587-0954. Photo by Asian Youth Center (AYC)…
As AUSD goes into spring break, food distribution sites like churches and community centers fill the gap. If you're over 65 and venturing into the world, seniors and disabled have a few time slots at grocery stores to shop.
No-cost food assistance for families.
Meet Amandeep and Tarlochan Singh, two Alhambra High School graduates who have been providing authentic North Indian groceries and cuisine to the Western San Gabriel Valley since 2000.
The US Census Bureau estimates that roughly 7.5 million Californians live below the poverty line and an estimated 4.6 million struggle with food insecurity. While public schools may be free, new clothing and shoes for growing children, school supplies, snacks,…
Asian Pacific Islander Forward Movement's Food Roots program connects low-income individuals with locally-grown organic Asian produce, as well as public food assistance programs like CalFresh.
The iconic Alhambra eatery closes its doors after 68 years and will reopen in South Pasadena this summer.
“The 626 is the staple SGV inspired drink, it’s inspired by Vietnamese style coffee but with a twist of — I guess American — in it because it’s cold brewed," said John Mark Reyes, co-owner of Dingle Berries Coffee & Tea in Rosemead, CA.
The beloved Alhambra restaurant will likely close mid-September.