SAN DIEGO’S CHICANO PARK SHARES ITS LEGACY WITH THE NATION Politics

It was a typical busy weekend at Chicano Park, a symbol of civic pride in San Diego’s Barrio Logan community beneath the Coronado Bay bridge. It’s a grassy, intimate plot of land in an urban setting where neighbors can gather with their families to enjoy a picnic or check out events of cultural interest. On this particular day it was Palm Sunday, which seemed like...

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MLB 2017: ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT YOUR HISPANIC DIAMOND HEROES Sports

You can always tell when spring is in the air, and I’m not just talking about blooming flowers and plenty of pollen. It’s the irresistible smell of hot dogs, burgers and carne asada after firing up the grill. It’s time a crack open a cold beer and tailgate at your favorite ball yard. Opening day festivities sort of took some of us by surprise this...

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SURPRISE YOUR DINNER GUESTS WITH A SPECIAL DISH FROM PANAMA Hispanic Kitchen

With all the political issues that have troubled us lately, it’s easy to get sidetracked and forget about the simple pleasures in life. There’s nothing like relaxing with family and friends, especially when it comes to enjoying a great meal. So to celebrate the upcoming baseball season, I wanted to share a favorite entree from Panama, TAMAL DE OLLA, in honor of future Hall of Fame...

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