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New Library Marks 73 Anniversary


IMG_5070Bilingual Weekly

STOCKTON, CA – 73 years later La Comission Honorifica Mexicana (Honorific Mexican Commission) known as “La Jamaica” —one of the pioneer Latino agencies in Stockton— launches a public library during their anniversary celebration.

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Bestselling Author speaks at the Gallo


MODESTO, CA(October 15, 2010) – Greg Mortenson, co-author of #1 New York Times bestseller Three Cups of Tea and co-founder of the nonprofit Central Asia Institute and founder of Pennies for Peace will speak at the Gallo Center for the Arts about “promoting peace through education” on Saturday, November 20 at 8:00 p.m.  Continue reading

Symphonic Family Fiesta


Stockton, CA/ Bilingual Weekly

Stockton Symphony with Guest Conductor Franco

The sound of Pepe Guizar’s popular mariachi tune “Guadalajara” echoed at University Park as part of the September 18, 2010 Day at the Park Family Concert with Stockton Symphony performing under guest conductor Andres Franco. (Click to read more and see a slid show of photos from the event) Continue reading

Comerciantes go back to go forward


Jesus Villalvazo shakes hands with CU outgoing President Roberto Aguilar

Stockton, CA/Bilingual Weekly

Comerciantes Unidos (CU), Stockton’s Spanish-Speaking merchants’ association, is going forward … resorting to the old. Continue reading

Who looses in a Short Sale?


Illustration by Sarah Lippincott

Sacramento, CA / Bilingual Weekly/California Department of Real Estate
To put it simply, a short sale transaction involves the sale of a property wherein a seller receives an offer from a buyer that is less than the amount of the mortgage loan(s) on the property. Continue reading

Boxer visits Port on marathon campaign tour


U.S. Senator Barbara Boxer comments a photo with Stockton resident Carmen Fernandez Continue reading

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