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Some Good News,Some Troubling News for Latinos

There’s some good news for Latinos at the start of National Latino Heritage Month. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the U.S. posted its first decrease in poverty... Read more »

Opening Reception-“The Story of Us” Latino Heritage Month Group Exhibit at Corazon de Los Angeles

Art by Sergio Hernandez  “The Story of Us,” a Latino Heritage Month Group Exhibit, opens Friday, Sept. 19 with a casual reception from 6:30 to 9:00 p.m. at... Read more »

Community Calendar: Sept. 18, 2014 – Sept. 24, 2014

Today, Thurs., Sept. 18  6-7:30 pm—City of Los Angeles Housing Community Forum. Help create more vibrant and healthy neighborhoods where families can thrive.... Read more »

Commerce Apoya Extensión de Línea Dorada Sobre Washington Blvd.

Viendo la posibilidad de atraer nuevos negocios, incrementar ingresos de impuestos, agregar trabajos, sin mencionar la tan necesitada mejora de transporte, ciudades... Read more »

Latino Heritage Month: Perfect Time to Launch Push to the Polls

So President Obama and his administration have delayed action on immigration reform until after the mid-term elections; was anyone surprised? Apparently immigrants... Read more »

Fiestas Patrias Fesival at Olvera Street!

  Woodcraft Rangers (pictured) elementary school level Mariachi and Folklorico clubs perform this weekend. (Woodcraft Rangers ) Saturday & Sunday- Sept.... Read more »

Celebrate Latino Heritage Month With Music, Dance Food, Art, and More

Hispanic/Latino Heritage Month –officially Sept. 15-Oct. 15 – offers many opportunities to explore, express and enjoy Latino culture and accomplishments through... Read more »

The Lights and Sounds of L.A. County Fair

Carnival rides light up at night at the L.A. County Fair in Pomona. (Photo by Nancy Martinez) Carnival rides, food booths, games and barn animals have taken over... Read more »

Community Calendar: September 4, 2014 – September 10, 2014

Today, Thursday, Sept. 4 6:30-8pm––Military Service Academy Information Night Hosted by Congressman Xavier Becerra. Guest speakers will provide an overview of... Read more »

Montebello Shifts to Recycled Water at Local Park

The severe statewide drought has spurred interest in water reclamation in a number of local cities, but the cost to build infrastructure to support the systems varies... Read more »

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