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Notes from ChicanAztlan: Miriam's Electricity War Part 2
In Tijuana, a lot of families had gone into debt, just a month before Christmas, in order to install their electrical posts and - by John Edward Rangel
December 18, 2014


Victor Villaseñor, Author of Rain of Gold
Interview with Victor Villaseñor, a Mexican-American author, screenplay writer and gifted and accomplished speaker - by Armando F Sanchez, Contributing Writer
December 16, 2014










New Los Angeles Poet Laureate is Chicano Writer Luis Rodriguez
Luis is only the second poet laureate--and the first Latino - by LatinoLA Contributor
December 15, 2014


Brazilian Designer and Photographer Debuts National Exhibition
The Exhibition AfroBrasil: Art and Identities looks to address the complexities of Brazil's heritage across frontiers - by LatinoLA Contributor
December 12, 2014










Notes from ChicanAztlan: Miriam's Electricity War
In TJ's Fracc. L del E., she scraped together the hundred plus dollars needed to purchase and install her electrical meter - by John Edward Rangel
December 7, 2014


Goodbye, Mi Jefe...Thanks For the Ride!
The passing of a beloved father, grandfather, uncle, and neighborhood icon - by Frankie Firme, Contributing Editor
October 20, 2014




The Dancing Lady of San Fernando Valley
San Fernando Valley's local legend "Dancing Mary" Brewer is an inspiration to many - by Frankie Firme, Contributing Editor

Ex-Cop to Ex-Con- A Full Circle LA Story
After serving a 12 year sentence for money skimming as an LA County Sheriff, Robert shares his story with the LAPD - by Michael Juarez

Tragedy & Triumph of an LAPD Female Officer
Cynthia Juarez: Respected police officer, mother of 4, wife of a deputy sheriff convicted of stealing drug dealer money - by Michael Juarez

Living la Vida Lethal
MMA fighter "Lethal" Laura scores another first round knockout. - by LatinoLA Contributor

Lethal Latina back in action!
MMA fighter Lethal Laura Salazar gets back in the cage at Xplode Fight Series XFS: Tornado on September 20th. - by LatinoLA Contributor

Ellen Ochoa, Ph.D., Astronaut & Deputy Dir., Johnson Space
Interview with the classical flutist who's logged 978 hours in space - by Armando F Sanchez

Interview with Derek Parra: Olympian & Medal Winner
Speed skater and Gold and Silver Medalist, 2002 Salt Lake City, talks about growing up, making the team and living the dream - by Armando F Sanchez, Contributing Writer

2014 Miss Louisiana Latina
Kaylyn Robinson-Fernandez named 2014 Miss Louisiana Latina

Cristela Alonzo: From Humble Beginnings to Hollywood
CRISTELA series premier Fridays at 8:30PM starting October 10 on ABC - by LatinoLA Contributor

CSUSB Alumni Brittany Garcia Awarded $40,000 Scholarship
Recently graduated magna cum laude the recipient of a scholarship from the Water Resources and Policy Initiatives - by LatinoLA Contributor

CSUBS's Info Technology Department Appoints New Director
Felix Zuniga is selected as director of project management and assessment in the Information Technology Services department - by CSUSB

Lupillo Rivera: A Stranger In His Own Land
Murrieta protestors block immigrants, alienate Mexican music star - by Eliana Alcaraz Esparza, Latin Heat

LA Latino Theater Group Seeks Immediate Funds for NYC Trip
Only days remain for local Latino theater group to raise $12K to perform their Brown and Out Plays as part of the Fringe Theater - by Arturo Toledo


Spotlight on the Brown
Introducing all the way from England to the Land of 1000 Dances: Mr. Fabian Fernandez - by Frankie Firme, Contributing Editor

Desperado returns to CSUSB's Summer Wednesdays on July 9
Fans of the legendary Eagles will get a special treat as they enjoy the iconic band's music - by LatinoLA Contributor

Cesar Chavez: An American Hero
His legacy will live forever - by Maria Reyna

Rancho Cucamonga's Daniel "Twitch" Franco
His next fight is scheduled for Friday, July 11th at the Oxnard Performing Arts Center in the city of Oxnard - by LatinoLA Contributor

CSUSB Psychology Student Headed to D.C. for Panetta Internship
Kristen Ramos, Cal State San Bernardino student, was selected for the prestigious congressional internship program - by Racheal Rickman

The Godfather of Hispanic Branding: Richard Montañez
If you go back in time before Flaming Hot Cheetos, no one was selling anything hot or flavorful. He changed that. - by Al Carlos Hernandez, Herald de Paris

Labor Leader María Elena Durazo to be Conferred Honorary Degree
Cal State L.A. to hold honorary doctorate ceremony during Saturday Commencement - by Margie Low

LAGRANT COMMUNICATIONS Taps Senior Counselor To Lead Practice
Paulo P. Lima, Ph.D. announced to head the marketing and public relation agency's Hispanic Practice - by LatinoLA Contributor

Dr. Alvaro Huerta: From the Projects to Academia to Author
Challenging the lies, contradictions and hypocrisies articulated by American leaders about honest, hard-working immigrants - by Corina Martinez Chaudhry, CEO, The Latino Author

Alejandra Espinoza: An Inspiration to Hispanics Across the US
The TV presenter, model and winner of the first winner of Nuestra Belleza Latina salutes the life journeys of U.S. Latinos - by LatinoLA Contributor

Podcast Interview with Eddie Morin, Author of Valor and Discord
Mr. Morin is also the son of Raul Morin who wrote the book "Among the Valiant" Mexicans Americans in WWII and Korea - by DC Hahn

Raquel Lopez: A Hispanic Mother in Need of Your Help
Living near downtown Los Angeles and suffering under our legal system - by Sharon Sguigna


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