Carrie Lopez

July 3, 2015

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Local Indian Tribes Reflect on Mission Life, Serra Canonization

By Mark R. Day

The aroma of ceremonial sage brush and the sound of Indian drums and chants mingled with the cool ocean breeze blowing over Mission San Luis Rey recently at the 19th annual Inter-Tribal Pow Wow, described as a “celebration of history, culture and spirit.”

Scores of visitors gathered in front of the picturesque mission. The main attraction was a large ceremonial circle where Indians from throughout the U.S. chanted and danced in colorful native dress.

Around the circle tribal members from the Apaches, Kiowas, Navajos, Senecas, and other nations mingled with local Luiseno bands and Kumeyaahs, shared stories and compared experiences and family memories.

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July 3, 2015

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Watch Team USA in Women’s World Cup Final at Waterfront Park

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The County’s Waterfront Park will host its first major sports viewing event on Sunday, July 5 with a live showing of Team USA competing in the Women’s World Cup soccer championship match. The team will face Japan in a rematch of the final four years ago when Team USA lost to Japan. The game will […]

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June 12, 2015

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KGB SkyShow Presale Starts Monday, June 15

Presale tickets for the 40th annual KGB SkyShow will go on sale Monday, June 15, at 9 a.m. PT. The presale is available for KGB listeners, Aztec Nation subscribers and current SDSU football season-ticket holders only. Those who are eligible will be emailed a link Monday morning at 9 a.m. PT where View Level seats […]

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Latest From Featured

July 3, 2015

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Hispanic volunteers needed to aid in Alzheimer’s research

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By Jennifer Chung Klam Frances Goodrich will do just about anything to recruit Hispanic participants into the program at the Shiley-Marcos Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center (ADRC). The bilingual social worker for the ADRC is in charge of Hispanic outreach and is part of the leadership team for a Hispanic advisory committee. She has placed literature […]

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July 3, 2015

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Dementia Puts Elders at Risk of Financial Abuse

By Pamel Yip Barbara Macari’s husband, Frank, always handled the investments in the family. Then one day, Frank, a real estate broker, gave his wife the shock of her life. “I was coming down the stairs, and he came to me and said, ‘I don’t understand money anymore,’” Barbara said. “I was just shocked because […]

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June 26, 2015

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Comunidad celebra al músico Joe Serrano, Mr. San Ysidro

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Por Pablo J. Sáinz Una celebración que reconocerá a uno de los músicos más queridos en San Ysidro será como un viaje al pasado reciente de esta pequeña comunidad fronteriza. El Homenaje a Joe Serrano, que será el sábado 27 de junio de 1 a 6 p.m. en el San Ysidro Community Activity Center, resaltará […]

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June 26, 2015

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Community celebrates musician Joe Serrano, Mr. San Ysidro

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By Pablo J. Sáinz A celebration that will recognize one of the most beloved musicians in San Ysidro will be like a trip to the recent past of this small border community. The Homenaje a Joe Serrano, which will be on Saturday June 27th, from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. at the San Ysidro Community […]

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Latest From Stories

July 3, 2015

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South Bay Community Services’ Million Dollar Contract In Limbo!

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By Susan Luzzaro For the last two Sweetwater school board meetings, South Bay Community Services, a nonprofit organization, has been on the verge of receiving two contracts that total more than $1 million dollars. But the board has not sealed the deal; they question the efficacy of the program and want more accountability. There was […]

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July 3, 2015

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“Si Somos Traidores”

México del Norte Por Jorge Mújica Murias Fué allá en los tiempos de Vicente Fox cuando el populista presidente mexicano declaró, en su programa “Fox en Vivo, Fox Contigo”, que los mexicanos en el exterior ya no éramos traidores. Hasta entonces se consideraba que quienes por una razón u otra nos habíamos cambiado de país […]

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July 3, 2015

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Concluyó Exitosamente la XXXIII Edición de la Feria del Libro Tijuana 2015

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Por Paco Zavala Uno de los eventos culturales más importantes del año para la Ciudad de Tijuana, sin duda es La Feria del Libro en este año 2015 en su Edición No. XXXIII, ha concluido exitosamente, a continuación exponemos información relacionada con el desarrollo de este evento que finalizó el pasado domingo 28 de Junio. […]

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July 3, 2015

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Calendar of Events:

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Yards to Yardarms a South Bayfront Art Market The artists, mariners and friends are thrilled to bring back Yards to Yardarms, a waterfront artist market, to Chula Vista’s beautiful harbor. This innovative, regional event will take place on July 11th, 2015 starting at 1 PM at the Chula Vista Excursion Dock and parking lot and […]

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July 3, 2015

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Mucho más de lo que necesitas

La Columna Vertebral El Soporte Informativo Para Millones de Hispanos Por Luisa Fernanda Montero La salud y el bienestar comienzan en la mesa. Dicen por ahí, de hecho que “somos lo que comemos” y tal afirmación no está alejada de la realidad. Hay que notar que más de 18 millones de hispanos en los Estados […]

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June 26, 2015

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Ayotzinapa Mystery: Was Disappeared Student an Active Duty Soldier?

Frontera NorteSur In a story that puts a new twist on the fates of 43 forcibly disappeared students in Mexico, Proceso magazine has reported that one of the students may have been an active member of the Mexican military. The news came in response to a written request filed by Proceso reporter Ezequiel Flores Contreras […]

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June 26, 2015

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Rico y Estúpido

México del Norte Por Jorge Mújica Murias El anuncio de la candidatura del multimillonario Donald Trump para presidente de Estados Unidos el martes pasado dejó mudos a los mexicanos. Por tres segundos. Después de ese momentáneo momento de mudez por estupor, los comentarios no han parado. Es obligado agregar el mío. El anuncio es sí […]

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June 26, 2015

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Barrio Logan

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  By Elena Victoria Marquez Today I spoke on Radio Pulso del Barrio (radiopulsodebarrio.org), on “El Daily Justice”, a radio a show that takes place once a week at 5:30 pm every Monday with Mark Lane and Vanessa Ceceña, which talks about global issues and movements not only within our community but globally as well. […]

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Latest From Editorial and Commentary

July 3, 2015

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As Trump’s star rises, GOP chances falter

Editorial: Donald Trump has been raked over the coals by the Hispanic community and subsequently dropped by Univision, NBC, Macy’s and others for his racist comments during his Presidential bid announcement. Trump stated that he vowed to build a “great wall” on the Mexican border to keep out rapists, drug dealers, and other criminals, who […]

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July 3, 2015

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An Attack On Our Youth!

(A response to Hispanic Columnist Ruben Navarrete) Commentary: By Herman Baca Chairman Committee on Chicano Rights There’s an old saying that states, “no matter how many college degrees you give a burro, he is still a burro.” That saying brought to mind statements (I read) made by 2 burros against persons of Mexican ancestry. One […]

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July 3, 2015

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Déjà Vu: The University of Arizona and UNAM

Commentary: By Rodolfo F. Acuña Carlos Slim is not the richest man in the world because of his good looks. He got there the old fashioned way, he used government resources. Slim derived his fortune from his extensive holdings through his conglomerate, Grupo Carso, that is heavily invested in telecommunications, education, health care, industrial manufacturing, […]

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July 3, 2015

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Tezozomoc Speaks

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 is crowing about the national award, something called the Silver Anvil Award which they got for destroying the Barrio Logan community plan via a referrundum…. Guess Pedro Anaya must be pretty proud as the agency’s Hispanic frontman on this… community members won’t forget… corporate business over the community, que lastima. Speaking of Pedro, Anaya is […]

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June 26, 2015

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How The Supreme Court’s Major Housing Ruling Could Impact Voter ID

Guest Editorial: By Alice Ollstein On Thursday, the U.S. Supreme Court shocked many by narrowly ruling to protect one of the nation’s key civil rights laws. The Fair Housing Act — which bans discrimination in housing based on race, color, religion, sex, or national origin — survived a challenge from Texas’s Department of Housing and […]

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June 26, 2015

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Why The Confederate Flag Will Continue to Fly — For Now

Commentary: By Earl Ofari Hutchinson New America Media Former GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney says take it down. Present GOP presidential candidate Jeb Bush says take it down. South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley will say a qualified take it down. The “it” is the Confederate Flag. They now want the flag removed from the South […]

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