Another Hispanic Heritage Month has ended. Yes, there were lots of mentions of Cesar Chavez, as well as a few other well-known Latinos. But I’m always amazed that the name of one influential Latina is never brought up. I’m talking about La Malinche … [Read More]
“Look at me driving a cab. Where am I going? I sell mangoes for a living. I got the kids. I got the girl. Great! But what’s the point, I’m never going to see her. I’m working all the time. I got no money to be a boyfriend. Unbelievable!”
Tito Jimenez, a … [Read More]
On Monday November 19, 2013 in a San Antonio courtroom, cheers erupted when Mike Ware, a lawyer representing Kristie Mayhugh, Elizabeth Ramirez, and Cassandra Rivera (Anna Vasquez was already out on parole), the women known as the “San Antonio Four,” told … [Read More]
Credit cards, ATM cards, gift cards... soooo many cards!
If anyone is like me, your wallet probably looks something like this.
Well, there's now a NEW alternative to consolidating all of your cards into one simple digitally-functioning card. See … [Read More]
Social media sites, such as Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, have become part of everyday life for most Americans. Many of us check our Facebook before we drink our morning cafecito. Connecting with friends, family, and even strangers online has become a … [Read More...]
The world renowned activist, Nelson Mandela, has passed away. Mandela was 95.
To watch LIVE coverage of the story, watch at the link below:
http://www.cnn.com/video/data/2.0/video/cvplive/cvpstream4.html … [Read More]