101 entries

Category: Sports

Community Leaders Support NFL Stadium in Carson

Community leaders and residents gathered Friday morning, Feb. 20, to voice and encourage support for a possible football stadium in the city that would be shared by the Oakland Raiders and San Diego Chargers.
category Sports

A 'Moving Meditation': Tai Chi Mornings at Alhambra Park

Five Years of the Source: Michael Chan, 80 years old, still performs the martial art six days a week.
categories Arts & CultureHealthNeighborhoodsSports

The Battle for Badminton

Five Years of the Source: The Mark Keppel High badminton team makes a triumphant return after being cut in 2013.
categories NeighborhoodsSports

The Modern Community Warrior: Advocating Fitness in the San Fernando Valley

“Today we have a battle against obesity that’s the war, we [trainers] are the warriors and as long as the epidemic is present we are going to be here and we are going to feed from that need, in order the strengthen the program,” said Rivera.
categories EducationHealthNeighborhoodsSports

The Asian Journal Yearend Report – 2014

As 2014 comes to a close, the Asian Journal editorial team takes a look back at the top news stories of the year.
categories HealthImmigrationInternational AffairsJusticeMediaPoliticsPublic SafetyRace/Ethnic RelationsSports

Youth Football Coaches Tackle Violence Issue Head On

For some youth football coaches, developing players to be good people is just as important as producing good athletes.
categories EducationSportsYouth

Taiwanese Baseball Movie Brings 500 Moviegoers to Alhambra

Fans packed the Alhambra Renaissance theater to watch "Kano," an underdog sports film about a baseball team that travels to Japan in 1931 to compete in a national tournament, World Journal reports.
categories Arts & CultureNeighborhoodsRace/Ethnic RelationsSports

Huntington Park Soccer Field Named After Sen. De Leon

Vernon provided bulk of funding as a ‘good neighbor gesture.’
categories NeighborhoodsSports

Chan Ho Park Pays Visit to L.A. Exhibit That Celebrates Diversity in Baseball

Chan Ho Park, who retired from professional baseball in 2012, paid a visit to the museum on Aug. 27 to view the baseball exhibit, “Dodgers: Brotherhood of the Game,” which explores and celebrates his career, as well as those of other former players and executives.
category Sports

New Skate Plaza in Hazard Park

The Diamond Supply Co. Public Skate Plaza at Hazard Park was made possible with help from Councilman Jose Huizar, the Department of Recreation and Parks, the California Endowment and other supporters.
categories NeighborhoodsSportsYouth
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