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Articles Published in 2012

Tree City Legends

Tree City Legends is a multidisciplinary theater work that melds post-hip hop aesthetics, urban folklore, Korean traditional tales, live music, legend, and parable.

Tyler Stark - Papas Got A Brand New Bag feat. Rachel Latimer

San Jose hip-hop is in the right track, specially with music like this.

We Speak Baylingual: It Ain’t E-Z- Interview with Bay Area Rapper “DLabrie”

Block2Block radio host David Madrid talks with RonDaVoux Records recording artist “DLabrie” about his latest track release and school house tour of “It Ain’t E-Z” featuring San Quinn. It's more then just about beats and rhymes, It's about giving back and peace of mind.

Human Trafficking a Growing Global Scourge

Human trafficking is the fastest-growing criminal business in the world, though its victims remain hidden from view.

For One Undocumented German, San Francisco Is No Longer Home

A piece about how not only Latinos are at risk of separation from a country they call home, white Europeans seek a better life just like the rest of us.

We Speak Baylingual Music Blog: I C U

A poem by Baylingual himself. It is the first track to his album called Crackpot theory 18 to 21 part 1. "I-C-U" is about the many ways life is viewed through the perspective of a young man.

Hip Hop Chess Federation Brings Disciplines and Community Together in San Jose

This weekend the Hip Hop Chess Federation hosted it's 5th Anniversary celebration at Alum Rock Youth Center. The event was a complete success. Walking into the venue, one would see children at chess boards with proud parents hovering in the wings. Many members of the San Jose Hip Hop ...

Study Shows Latinos Save Less for Retirement

A new survey by ING Retirement Research Institute echoes other findings showing that Latinos tend to save less than other ethnic groups for retirement.

Rare Metals

A poem by a San Jose author and poet on economic justice.

Building Brighter Futures Through The Arts

Future Arts Now held its open house event at the Edenvale Community Center in the city of San Jose on February 23rd, 2012. Future Arts Now invited the community to come check out their new home, there was a brief presentation about the mission of Future Arts Now and performances by the youth and staff.
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