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News, A Report From Juarez, the Front Line of the War on Drugs

A Report From Juarez, the Front Line of the War on Drugs

Editor's note: Mexicans lived in America before many territories became states. Indeed, much of our country was once their country. Today, Mexican immigrants are part of the fabric of this nation. Yet there is now fervor to drive immigrants out…
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Open Your Eyes

FRI 5/2 Balmy Alley is one of the Mission's more colorful side streets, and not just on the Day of the Dead, when skeleton-costumed revelers parade through it by candlelight. Balmy has been home to more than 400 murals in…
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Calendar, Night&Day Uno, Dos,  Tres, Cuatro...

Uno, Dos, Tres, Cuatro...

One hundred thirty-eight years ago Friday, Benito Juárez and his Mexican army routed Napoleon III's forces at the Battle of Puebla. The rest of that story is history; the important date is celebrated as the cultural holiday Cinco de Mayo…
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