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Vernon Food Producer Recalls Spinach Dip

 Failure to list a possible allergen has resulted in Vernon-based La Mexicana Food Products voluntarily recalling its Spinach Dip. The company said the products’... Read more »

History: Same Sex Marriage Law of the Land

The U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling today legalizing same-sex marriage is a victory for civil rights, but it may not change the way all Americans view gay and lesbian... Read more »

June 25, 2015 Issue

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Why Always Us? Ask East L.A. Residents

Angered by the possibility of another transportation project devastating their community, dozens of eastside residents expressed their opposition to a SR-710 North... Read more »

Health Concerns Weigh Heavy on East L.A. Residents

At a meeting in East Los Angeles Saturday, resident after resident voiced concern that a “plague” of pollution and health issues could rain down on their predominately... Read more »

¿Por qué Siempre Nosotros? Preguntan Residentes del Este de Los Ángeles

Disgustados por la posibilidad de otro proyecto de transporte que devastaría y dividiría a su comunidad, decenas de residentes del Este de Los Ángeles expresaron... Read more »

SR-710 Expansion: 60 Years of Discord

More than half a century ago, transportation officials in the Southland knew that they would have to do something to relieve the inevitable traffic congestion that... Read more »

Communities Near Exide Put DTSC on Notice

Only a few dozen people showed up last week for a meeting billed as a chance for residents to learn more about the process to clean up contamination at the shuttered... Read more »

June 18, 2015 Issue

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Certified Chicano: Oscar Castillo Photo Exhibit Opens Sunday

Chicano photographer Oscar Castillo’s lens has captured the textures and layers of the East L.A. community, Photographer. Such an inadequate title when it... Read more »

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