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Alhambra Source will be at Pasadena LitFest!

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Location

Vroman's Bookstore

695 E. Colorado Boulevard
Pasadena , CA United States

Come to Pasadena LitFest after stopping by 626 Golden Streets! Alhambra Source senior writer Phoenix Tso will be talking about local journalism at Pasadena LitFest. More details below.

The Future of LA Media
Hyped Up on Hyper Local Stories
May 19, Sunday, 4:30-5:30, Vroman’s Bookstore, courtyard

The Los Angeles Times newsroom is re-energized and growing, and newer publications like LAist, LA Taco, The LAnd and Los Angeleno are telling impactful stories about the city. In this panel, local journalists discuss why local media is an essential service to the community—and what keeping local journalism alive involves. Featuring Daniel Hernandez, Julia Wick, Melissa Leu, Phoenix, Tso, and Sophia Kercher, moderator.

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