At first glance, the room looks like any other executive boardroom, filled with the portraits and photos of past board members and employees, but upon closer inspection, it quickly becomes clear this is no ordinary office space, but a special place where Latino leaders and icons... [Read more...]
Mirielle Enriquez is no ordinary girl. Listening to her play the violin it’s as though her hands have been blessed with a special gift. Her arms and body move to the rhythm of her playing with the grace of an expert violinist, gloriously unaware of the people watching her.... [Read more...]
September 11, 2014 Issue
Viendo la posibilidad de atraer nuevos negocios, incrementar ingresos de impuestos,... Read more »
A lo lejos parecería ser cualquier salón de juntas de ejecutivo, con fotos de ex... Read more »
Cientos de agentes de control de la ley ejecutaron el miércoles docenas de órdenes... Read more »
El Desfile del Día de la Independencia Mexicana en el Este de Los Ángeles se celebró... Read more »
Cerca del 45 % de los hispanos que estudian en escuelas de medicina del país iniciaron... Read more »
La organización Food Forward recoge vegetales y frutas que no logran vender los... Read more »
Con más de 2 millones de personas tras las rejas, EE.UU. tiene la tasa de encarcelamiento... Read more »
Medicare ayuda a cubrir el costo de una gran variedad de productos y servicios médicos... Read more »
Thousands of spectators lined Cesar E. Chavez Boulevard in East Los Angeles last... Read more »
President Obama’s decision Saturday to delay a promised executive order on immigration... Read more »
Seeing the possibility of attracting new businesses, increasing sales tax revenue,... Read more »
Hundreds of federal agents raided Fashion District businesses in downtown Los Angeles... Read more »
Senate Pro-Tem Elect Kevin de Leon will no longer be strictly associated with the... Read more »
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So President Obama and his administration have delayed action on immigration reform... Read more »
Keep your enemies close and your friends closer, a wise Chinese philosopher once... Read more »
The vast Sonoran Desert of the American Southwest lies in the political territories... Read more »
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New America Media —Nonprofit organizations are an economic force in California... Read more »
Los Angeles business leaders said Tuesday they were troubled by a proposal being... Read more »
In 1997 when Princess Paper, Inc. President Abraham Hakimi started his business,... Read more »
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A suspect who jumped out of a moving vehicle as it was being chased by police in... Read more »
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Woodcraft Rangers (pictured) elementary school level Mariachi and Folklorico... Read more »
Hispanic/Latino Heritage Month –officially Sept. 15-Oct. 15 – offers many opportunities... Read more »
Carnival rides light up at night at the L.A. County Fair in Pomona. (Photo by Nancy... Read more »
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Failure to provide proof of being in the U.S. lawfully could trigger the loss of... Read more »
It sounds like science fiction, but it seems that bacteria within us — which outnumber... Read more »
UCLA scientists found that sixth-graders who went five days without even glancing... Read more »
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