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Negro League Baseball: Arthur Arbow Laying The Groundwork For West Coast Negro League Baseball

I’ve been researching the subject on the origins of African American baseball on the West Coast where league play is concerned, and I’ve come to the conclusion that no matter where the information is found, the players themselves were men, who for the most part barnstormed heavily in the very early years. 1,029 more words

Traditional Mexican Sweet Shop in El Centro

I have a MAJOR sweet tooth that I constantly struggle against. Back home, my weakness is cookies. But here in Puerto Vallarta, its candied nuts and shredded coconut honey stacks. 270 more words


About Us.

Brunner’s is a well-established Hotel in the Imperial Valley and its reputation is outstanding, on that note, I would like to point out all the wonderful advantages we have being so centrally located in town, we are near all the local banks, drugstores, grocery markets, restaurants, and have a wonderful Mexican Seafood restaurant with a full bar on the premises within walking distance from the hotel. 77 more words


Merida: La Noche Blanca

Last weekend Merida hosted a huge “open house” in El Centro (the historic district) with multiple gallery shows, concerts, discounted meals in restaurants, etc. I’m old and attended only a little around Santa Ana park. 140 more words