Volume XXIII Number 49 ~ December 10, 1999

FrontPage Stories

Market Creek Plaza Shines as it Recognizes its' Grantees and Partners

By Sandy Burgin

Southeastern San Diego has been billed by some as the "Diamond" district. And that area was certainly shinning bright last week when the Jacobs Family Foundation and Center for Nonprofit Innovations held a celebration in recognition of its 1999 Grantees and Partners.



Pedro Eleuterio

The gala took place inside a magnificent tent along Chollas Creek near the corner of Market Street and Euclid Avenue. That is the area where the $54 million construction of Market Creek Plaza and $4.2 million rebuilding of the inner-city's landmark Elementary Institute of Science will take place.

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"Long Past Time" — AFL-CIO Reverses Course On Immigration
By David Bacon

Clinton ends "live fire" bombing in Vieques

Governor Davis Announces Approval by HCFA of
Healthy Families Program Expansion

Noticias de Mexico

Stories

Poway Mom Takes on Prop. A School Bond Plus the Establishment and Won Big!!

Father Tupa Paints the Missions with Uncommon Flair
By Sandy Burgin

Estudiantes de Mar Vista High Hacen una Colecta Para las Víctimas de las
Inundaciones en México

Mar Vista High Students Collect/Donate Items for Mexican Flood Victims

Hispanic Radio Network/La Red Hispana
Por Yhamel Catacora
SIDA: Por qué enfrentar la realidad

"A History of Women's Activism—Chicano Park"

Trágica Fatalidad de Atropello y Fuga Cumple su Primer Aniversario
Pero Aún Permanecen las Memorias

Oceanside Murder Mystery!

Community Notes:

Educational Opportunities; Internships, Scholarships:
Resources Available to College-Bound Hispanic Students

Recursos Disponibles Para Estudiantes Hispanos
High School Seniors Can Earn $1,000 Scholarships and the Chance to Win a New 2000 Ford Vehicle
Fast-Track Pilot Program, Intensive Training Teaches Marketable Skills
An internship program for young minority journalists interested in specializing in urban public health reporting

SWC Choir to Take Manhattan
Southwestern College Concert Choir will perform at Carnegie Hall
By Lisa Harter

Foundation For the Children of the Californias Announces
The Release of Annual Bilingual Calendar

Editorials

Editorial:
WTO Protests Has Significance for San Diego

Opinion:
A Venezuelan Recipe for Poverty and Corruption

By Ian Vásquez

Commentary:
A peek inside the GOP's widening tent

By James E. Garcia



Etc. Etc. Etc.
Sporting news, reviews and other tid bits

The Sweetest GIFT OF ALL. . .
Serve Up Holiday Cheer with Simple and Delicious Treats

Calendar of Events:
By Berenice Cisneros

SDSU vs. USD was about Respect
By Sandy Burgin

Los Treinta y Cinco Miembros de la Confederacion Se Preparan Para Recorrer
el Largo Camino a la Copa Mundial de FIFA, Corea/Japón 2002

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