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Recuperándose al estar juntos en la naturaleza

UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital Oakland (CHO) se ha asociado con el Distrito de Parques Regionales del Este de la Bahía…

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An authentic difference

Of all the parts of the cabeza, Don Arturo Olivares loves the eyes the best. “No cilantro, no onion, just…

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Madre latina anima a la gente a salir de casa y de su zona de confianza ---“A los latinos les…

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Return trip

Stanford grad returns to Mexico to start two successful companies --- Oswaldo Trava Albarrán, a graduate of Stanford Business School,…

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Viaje de regreso

Graduado de la Universidad de Stanford regresa a México para iniciar dos compañías exitosas --- Oswaldo Trava Albarrán, un graduado…

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A revolutionary change in health care Print E-mail
Written by Elena Miramar   
Saturday, 09 August 2014 00:00
Coyote Hills in Fremont - East Bay Regional Parks DistrictPeople often feel that real change in society is impossible. Sometimes they stop trying to create change because the challenges seem so large. To restore our hope and energy, I think we need to look at things that have changed for the better – things that we didn’t think were possible. I just learne…
Outside Print E-mail
Written by Elena Miramar   
Saturday, 06 September 2014 00:00
Latina mom encourages people to get outside of home and comfort zone --- “Latinos love being outdoors - it is part of our culture,” says Melissa Avery, a Latina mother and blogger who lives in Fremont. Avery challenges Latino families to start a regular exercise habit. “Go for a walk every day, walk…
Fruitvale creamery honors mama and Mexico Print E-mail
Written by Ferron Salniker   
Friday, 08 August 2014 00:00
Luis  Abundis  marks  his  seventh  year  of  ice  cream inspiration  at  the  Fruitvale  Public  Market. “It’s really our customers that have helped us to get to this point.”Luis Abundis built his business from a cart to a truck to a store. Two stores, in fact. “My business actually grew vertically,” he said while sitting next to his ice cream shop, Nieves Cinco de Mayo in the Fruitvale Public Market. Abundis got his start selling homemade ice cream out of a paleta cart…
New partnership to serve East Bay seniors Print E-mail
Written by Visión Hispana   
Saturday, 06 September 2014 00:00
From left, Dulce Castillo, Diana Veronica Benavides and Amailia Jauregui, share the fun at the Fiesta Dance for seniors at the Fruitvale-San Antonio Senior Center in Oakland, which was co-hosted by the Center for Elders’ Independence and The Unity Council.‘Fiesta Dance’ brings seniors together to honor Latino culture across the Americas It was a day filled with lively Latin music and dance, great tasting food and fun activities for seniors as The Unity Council and the Center for Elders’ Independence (CEI) hosted “Fiesta Dance,” honoring Latino cultu…
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