Stockton, CA- Friday, October 1, 2010 the Stockton Civic Memorial Auditorium hosted A Night to Shine, the 33rd Annual Arts Awards. Artists and arts supporters, from a variety of genre’s received awards from the Stockton Arts Commission to show their appreciation. Continue reading
Motezucoma Sanchez / Guest Columnist / Bilingual Weeky
For two hundred years, Mexicans have celebrated their independence on September 16th. But 200 years later we must ask ourselves, are we really independent? Are we really free? Continue reading
Thomas Benigno / Columnist / Bilingual Weekly
Here we are again, a few weeks away from another election. Do you know who you are going to vote for?
Myself I feel that things won’t change. The Republicans tell stories that it will be a sweep for them to take over Congress. I don’t think it will happen. The right “TEA PARTY”, who broke away from the GOP and split the party in half has created a new problem for the Republicans.
Carol Trujillo-Hadley / Columnist / Bilingual Weekly
But, once the talking head finishes the ad, look to see who has paid for the ad. Continue reading
Before he’d served even one year President Obama lost the support of the easily distracted left and engendered the white hot rage of the hate-filled right. But some of us, from all walks of life and ideological backgrounds — including this white, straight, 57-year- old, former religious right wing agitator, now progressive writer and (given my background as the son of a famous evangelical leader) this unlikely Obama supporter — are sticking with our President.
Why? — Because he is succeeding. Continue reading