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Written by Elena Miramar   
Saturday, 06 September 2014 00:00
Melissa Avery con su pequeño hijo realiza su caminata de costumbre en el Parque Regional Garin en Hayward.Madre latina anima a la gente a salir de casa y de su zona de confianza ---“A los latinos les encanta estar al aire libre – es parte de nuestra cultura”, menciona Melissa Avery, una madre latina y bloguera quien vive en Fremont. Avery reta a las familias latinas a iniciar el hábito del ejercicio. “V…
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Una diferencia auténtica Print E-mail
Written by Ferron Salniker   
Saturday, 30 August 2014 00:00
La barbacoa y el consome de la Taqueria Gran Chiquita en Oakland es el platillo popular de los fines de semana.De todas las partes de la cabeza, Don Arturo Olivares prefiere los ojos. “Sin cilantro, sin cebolla, solo un poquito de sal”, menciona. Olivares es el dueño de La Gran Chiquita, una taquería popular cerca de la estación Fruitvale del BART que se especializa en platillos casuales estilo Ciudad de Méx…
Last Updated on Tuesday, 02 September 2014 14:25
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Escape a la naturaleza Print E-mail
Written by Elena Miramar   
Saturday, 23 August 2014 00:00
El Distrito de Parques Regionales del Este de la Bahía cuenta con 65 parques para que la familia disfrute de actividades al aire libre.Dos parques locales para escaparse con la familia y amigos Es increíble como muchas veces las personas no advierten grandes atracciones cerca de su casa. Descubrir lugares hermosos o para la diversión cerca de donde vives es una forma maravillosa de enriquecer tu vida diaria. He disfrutado los par…
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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…
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An authentic difference Print E-mail
Written by Ferron Salniker   
Saturday, 30 August 2014 00:00
Don Arturo Olivares is owner of La Gran Chiquita Taqueria, a popular destination for authentic Mexican food in Oakland’s Fruitvale district.Of all the parts of the cabeza, Don Arturo Olivares loves the eyes the best. “No cilantro, no onion, just a little bit of salt,” he said. Olivares is the owner of La Gran Chiquita, a popular taqueria near the Fruitvale BART station that specializes in Mexico City-style casual dishes, and often that …
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Escape to nature Print E-mail
Written by Elena Miramar   
Saturday, 23 August 2014 00:00
The East Bay Regional Parks District (EBRPD) comprises 65 parks and more than 1,200 miles of trails for hiking, biking, swimming, horseback riding and nature learning. It represents a huge number of outdoor activities and places to enjoy nature throughout Alameda and Contra Costa counties. Two local parks make for easy retreats with friends and family It’s amazing how often people can miss great attractions close to home. Discovering beautiful or fun places close to where you live is a great way to enrich your daily life. I have enjoyed parks in the East Bay for years but still have…
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