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Gilbert "Magú" Luján — a painter, muralist and sculptor whose whimsical, slyly humorous art works, frequently evoking a rollicking, mythical view of Mexican American life, graced museum walls, the Hollywood and Vine subway station and other public...
KIAHSummer's Eve has a controversial new "douche" ad campaign on its hands, literally! They recently rolled out three commercials in which hands are used as lady part puppets in its "Hello from Vaginaland!" advertising blitz. And the talking hands come in...
Tags: Online Advertising, Politics, Elections, Facebook, Racism
APEl presidente Barack Obama exhortó el miércoles a los miembros de la comunidad latina a "alzar su voz" para comunicar a los integrantes del Congreso que apoyan el proyecto de ley para la creación de empleos presentado esta semana y a una reforma...
President Obama faces an uphill struggle in his campaign for reelection next year. His job approval rating is stuck just below 50%. The unemployment rate appears likely to remain above 8% until election day. And, though it's too soon to mean much, early...
PIX11.comNew York City students need an education on sex. That's what a new mandate from the Department of Education says, and even though females and males engage in sexual intercourse, the city's new emphasis on birds-and-bees education focuses more heavily on...
Clout StreetU.S. House Speaker John Boehner of Ohio headlined a suburban fundraiser on Friday, helping raise money for a Republican legal challenge to the state's new Democratic-drawn congressional map that could reverse the GOP’s gains in last year’s...
Tags: Politics, Mark Kirk, Republican Party, Democratic Party, Ohio
Tribune reportersAlisha Brennon and her partner Christina Santiago thought they were about to have a perfect night as they sat in the front of the stage where the country music band Sugarland was set to perform Saturday evening at the Indiana State Fair. But moments...
Growing frustration with the nation's immigration policies drew about 70 protesters to President Barack Obama's Chicago campaign headquarters Tuesday to call for an end to Secure Communities, a program that has led to the deportation of minor criminals...
A controversial movement to increase parental authority over public education is quickly gaining traction in Pasadena. A parent group recently forced a change in the principal’s office at Jefferson Elementary School, and organizers are now...
Leaders and friends of Chicago's Asian American Institute, fresh from a catered lunch and a Tribune Page One meeting, were sharing ideas with the newspaper's editor and learning something about the news organization's future. The conversation drifted...
As director of the International Latino Cultural Center, Pepe Vargas champions the richness of Latinidad by bringing some of the world's great talents to the heart of the Midwest: a string quartet from Brazil; a ballet company from Guatemala; films from...
Tags: Mexico, Festive Events, Education, Salsa (genre), Celia Cruz
KTLA NewsSAN FRANCISCO (KTLA) -- Two men were wounded and another was beaten Saturday in separate altercations at Candlestick Park following a preseason contest between the San Francisco 49ers and the Oakland Raiders. One of the men -- who reportedly wore a "F-...
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