A study conducted by Northwestern University has shown the positive impact that music lessons has had on at-risk, low income children’s nervous systems. The study found that music lessons could help develop their language and reading skills.
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On September 3, the Brooklyn born daughter of Puerto Rican parents was hired to be a co-host on the ABC daytime talk show, The View. After The View’s 17 year history of airing on ABC, it has officially added a Latina to its permanent staff of hosts. Yes, it … [Read More]
Did you know that 20% of teens get their licenses without even completing a driver’s education course? A disconcerting stat considering that teens have higher death rates than any other age range, and crash risks for teens increase incrementally with each mile … [Read More]
“Latinos hate pretzels and peanut butter. It’s a fact. At least according to a report by the consumer research group Packaged Food.” stated in Fox News Latino. Latinos do not purchase certain foods during their grocery shopping. The reasons Latinos do not … [Read More]
By now you must have heard that President Barack Obama has yet again delayed executive action on immigration. Obama previously promised to make a change by the end of summer. He will now wait until after the November Congressional elections. Some are saying … [Read More...]
Walmart, Schneider, McDonalds, FedEx, DoubleTree, Forever 21, baseball’s San Francisco Giants, Subway, Farmer’s Insurance, various contracting agencies, and the list can go on but does it need to? These companies are under investigation for wage violations or … [Read More]