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Another tale from the 'hood

Since I had nothing better to do, I bought a 12-er of Bud Light (the official beer of Tucson)  and toddled on over to one of my neighbor’s places tonight. 252 more words

Livin' In The USA

Art Laboe

Many Mexican-American families have been listening to Art Laboe’s radio shows for decades. Civil rights activist Jaime Regalado called him “the Dick Clark for Chicanos.” The R&B and Rock and Roll songs he played attracted a very diverse audience. 429 more words


Daniel Suárez Paving Roads at NASCAR

For this #fbf we are taking it back to last year, where Daniel Suárez from Monterrey Mexico became the first “Latin American” driver to become a NASCAR national champion, winning the XFINITY crown. 266 more words



Ongoing ‘viva Mexicana,’ fest at mediterra is a treat for the eye and the palate. Triangle ‘papel picado’ Mexican banners spanning from one side to other in innumerable rows…

Source: Mediterra 


California’s Attitude On Eugenics in the 1900s

Source: Universal History Archive/UIG via Getty Images

A History article recalls a moment in U.S. history when a sense of hostility against immigrants – particularly Mexican immigrants – was resounding in California. 75 more words


Mexicans dismayed by rise of Trump's border wall

TIJUANA, Mexico (Reuters) – U.S. President Donald Trump’s wall is far from built but towering concrete and steel prototypes in San Diego are making Mexicans living just south of the border feel his campaign pledge has turned them into “pariahs.”

One Night in Juarez

One Night in Juarez
From El Paso, the view into Mexico looked surreal. Dilapidated shacks littered the skyline across the Rio Grande. My first visit to Mexico, at 15, was an excursion into the ancient Mayan ruins and to snorkel in Cozumel during a family vacation on a cruise ship. 2,287 more words