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Articles Published in October, 2012

Chicano Batman Sighted in San Jose

Philthy Dronez, TurboMex and Los Angeles's Chicano Batman shared the stage this past weekend at South First Billiards in San José California. The line up of performers showcased an eclectic night of Latin sound, from reggae, cumbia, hip hop, and rock & roll.

Samuel Rodriguez Art Show from Loft in Space Hawaii

Samuel Rodriguez just returned from his hallmark exhibit opening in the acclaimed Loft in Space Gallery in Honolulu, Hawaii. Here are photos of the displayed pieces.

Family Bonds Triumph Over Life Sentence

Two pictures, one family. An image showing the power of how family bonds and voice can change the outcome of cases when someone is being wrongly prosecuted.

My Safety or My Family -- Immigrant Women Seek Voice in Debate

A former undocumented immigrant wonders why the presidential candidates from the Democratic and Republican parties have said so little about the future of immigrant women.

Got Milk? You Don't Need It. -Infographic

For years, we’ve been told that milk does a body good. But does it really? Though touted as the healthier option at home and in restaurants, milk has roughly the same calorie count as soda and 2% milk contains the same amount of saturated fat as french fries.

ICE Breaker Championships Raises Legal Funds For Young Immigrant and Sparks Unexpected Soccer Feud Between SJ and EPA

Supported by the local civil rights community, De-Bug's ACJP was able to raise the legal funds needed for a fourteen year old to fight a deportation order. The soccer tournament also turned out to be an epic sporting event that has redefined the concept of competition.

East Palo Alto City Council Passes Resolution Against Juvenile Detainer Requests

On Tuesday, October 2, 2012, the East Palo Alto City Council unanimously adopted a resolution to urge the San Mateo County Board of Supervisors and Probation Chief Stu Forrest from referring youth to federal immigration officials. San Mateo County continues to be one of the highest referring counties in California to ICE...

The Big Dark Secret at the Heart of the Gothic

Christopher Patrick Nelson on the anatomy of being Gothic.

We Speak Baylingual Music Blog: "Zombies Ate My Neighbors" Trailer

The music video trailer off Baylingual's album "Crackpot theory 18 to 21"

The Rise of the Female Entrepreneur

Women entrepreneurs have come a long way over the last 40 years. Before 1974, banks could require women borrowers to guarantee their loans with cosignatures from husbands, fathers or male business partners.
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