• Hundreds Gather for Opening of Jenni Rivera Memorial Park

    BY STEPHANIE RIVERA, L.B. POST -  JULY 2, 2015 http://lbpost.com/news/2000006496-in-pictures-hundreds-gather-for-opening-of-jenni-rivera-memorial-park Hundreds of fans of the late Banda singer Jenni Rivera gathered in Long Beach Thursday morning to dedicate a park in her honor on what would have been the Long Beach native’s 46th birthday. The memorial ceremony included a prayer ...
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  • Las Cafeteras

    Las Cafeteras create a vibrant musical fusion with a unique East LA sound and a community-focused political message. Their Afro-Mexican rhythms, zapateado & inspiring lyrics tell stories of a community who is looking for love & fights for justice in the concrete jungle of Los Angeles. A remix of traditional ...
  • Why Mexican-Americans Are Making More Progress Than Other Minorities

    By Lois M. Collins | lois@deseretnews.com ~ Deseret News (May 6, 2014) "Tiger Mother" Amy Chua claimed in a recent book that there's something special about Chinese immigrants, who usually end up ahead of other newcomers both economically and academically. But researchers in the University of California system say Chinese ...
  • All about Siqueiros

    Storytelling is Part of L.A. Mural Tradition by Ed Fuentes on September 25, 2012 2:52 PM One of the steadfast rituals that of Mexican muralism is the passing down of stories, which is now part of the Los Angeles mural tradition. Luis C. Garza, a photojournalist and independent curator, has ...