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Category: Neighborhoods

UPDATE: Sham defeats Sunada in Alhambra City Council Race by 369 Votes

A total of 10,141 people voted in the Alhambra City Council election, with 51.8 percent of the votes going to Sham and 48.2 percent of the votes going to Sunada.
categories City AffairsNeighborhoodsPolitics

The Hollywood Mamalogues: In Your Face

Warning: This post is a little bit of a rant.
categories Arts & CultureFamily/Inter-generational NewsNeighborhoodsYouth

PCC to Increase International Enrollment After U.S.-China Agreements

The college plans to increase its international student enrollment from 1,000 to 3,000 students, and approximately half of this group will be from China, World Journal reports.
categories EducationInternational AffairsNeighborhoods

'It's About Time': San Gabriel Valley Residents on Obama's Immigration Reform

The president announced Thursday executive actions for immigration reform that could impact millions of undocumented immigrants.
categories ImmigrationNeighborhoodsPolitics

Vernon CommUNITY Fund Awards First Grants

City will award nearly a quarter million dollars to local nonprofits.
categories City AffairsNeighborhoods

All Aboard The Sierra Pacific, East LA's Largest Model Railroad

Hidden in an industrial building on Alhambra Road is a rich miniature world filled with ice-capped peaks, lush valleys — and one of the largest model railroads in the country.
categories Arts & CultureNeighborhoods

Fruitanthropy in Alhambra: Local Food Rescue Organization Launches Backyard Harvesting Program in SGV

With 40 percent of food in America already going to waste, there’s no reason why good backyard fruit in Alhambra should as well.
categories FoodNeighborhoods

Online Food Delivery App Taps into L.A.’s Koreatown

Ordering delivery from a slew of neighborhood restaurants, all from the convenience of your smartphone or mobile device, has never been easier thanks to apps like Seamless, Eat24 and other brands.
categories FoodNeighborhoodsScience & Technology

Keeping the Filipino Folk Dance Alive in Stockton

Brian Batugo’s CrowdRise campaign aims to sustain The Little Manila Dance Collective.
categories Arts & CultureNeighborhoods

8 Challengers File to Take On Huizar

The field of candidates vying for Los Angeles’ 14th council district has become very crowded, with 9 candidates, including the incumbent, filing papers to run in the March 2015 primary election.
categories City AffairsNeighborhoodsPolitics
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