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Articles by Alfred Dicioco

Thousands of New Dollars Available for Alhambra Students

Alhambra Unified will receive funding through a new state budget package, but must collaborate with community members to determine how the money is spent.
categories EconomyEducationPoliticsYouth

Mapping Vegetarian Restaurants in the San Gabriel Valley

Craving some pineapple fried rice or soy crab shui mai? Check out our map of the best vegetarian restaurants in the west SGV and let us know your favorite!
categories Arts & CultureFoodNeighborhoods

‘The Changs Next Door to The Diazes’: The New American Identity in The San Gabriel Valley

Assistant professor of Asian American Pacific Studies Wendy Chang shared her research on the multicultural make-up of the San Gabriel Valley at a Jan. 30 forum at Southern California Public Radio.
categories Arts & CultureNeighborhoodsRace/Ethnic Relations

Italian Fare With a Taiwanese Twist

Pasadena chef Bryant Wigger traveled to Taiwan in December and brought back a touch of Taiwanese cuisine to his Italian restaurant. Wigger talked to us about his trip and favorite dishes in the SGV.
categories Arts & CultureFoodNeighborhoods

Mapping Sushi and Ramen in the San Gabriel Valley

Craving Japanese food? Here are the top restaurants to try in the Alhambra area, according to LAist, Yelp, and Alhambra Source readers.
categories Arts & CultureFoodNeighborhoods

Lunar New Year in the San Gabriel Valley: Alhambra, Arcadia, and Monterey Park Host Celebrations

Lunar New Year is fast approaching and cities around the San Gabriel Valley are hosting festivals and events to celebrate the year of the horse.
categories Arts & CultureFamily/Inter-generational NewsNeighborhoodsRace/Ethnic Relations

Lighting Up Fremont For The Holidays

Each December, Alhambra residents on Fremont Avenue and Poplar Boulevard turn their front yards into bright holiday attractions. Last year we spoke to residents about the neighborhood tradition.
categories Arts & CultureFamily/Inter-generational NewsNeighborhoods

Alhambra Police Address Community Issues

Police responded to residents’ concerns about an alleged hate crime, parking permits, and mental health issues during Monday night’s meeting at Fremont Elementary School.
categories NeighborhoodsPublic Safety

“I’m Not Communist. I’m an American Citizen.”

Since a Monterey Park protest for political freedom resulted in arrests, Chinese Chamber of Commerce President Chester Chong has been called a spy. He says it’s not true.
categories City AffairsNeighborhoodsPoliticsPublic Safety

An Alhambra Thanksgiving

Alhambra Source spoke with dozens of Alhambra residents last year about how they planned to celebrate Thanksgiving. No two answers were the same, but almost all sounded delicious.
categories Arts & CultureFamily/Inter-generational NewsFoodNeighborhoods
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