Volume XXII Number 28 ~ July 17, 1998


Front Page Stories

Problemas y Secretos Maravillosos de Las Indias/Problems and Marvelous Secrets of the Indies an Exhibit of Raúl Guerrero

Raúl M. Guerrero: Problemas y secretos maravillosos de las Indias/Problems and Marvelous Secrets of the Indies will open at the Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego's Downtown facility. This exhibit surveys the career of Guerrero, an artist who has been an important presence in the Southern California art scene--particularly in the San Diego/Tijuana region--for more than two decades. To continue, click on the link.

Judge Refuses To Block Bilingual Education Measure
By Bob Egelko

Inspección del "Narco Túnel" en Territorio Mexicano

First Direct Flight to Cuba Lands With 203 Passengers
By Ian James

Community Voices... The 150th Anniversary of the First Women's Rights Convention

UCSC Women Shape Major New Book on U.S. Women's History

Noticias de Mexico


Paula A. Cordeiro Named new USD Education Dean

Like Father, Like Daughter Chula Vista Surgical Team is a Family Affair

Local Business and Civic Groups Dial in Support for Pacific Bell Long Distance Plans

Hispanic Radio Network/La Red Hispana

Si es Usted Víctima de la Locura de las Armas, le Ofrecemos un Chaleco Antibalas


Encienda una Vela
Padre Thomas J. McSweeney,
Director de The Christophers

Un Vuelo de Fe


Voices From Juvenile Hall — Any Town USA

Community Notes:

Young Explorers On The Super Highway (YES)


Editorial: Dells/Imperial Communities Thwart SEDC Takeover

Editorial: Mythology Wins Over History!

El Foro ... The Public Forum

Tezozomoc speaks

Etc. Etc. Etc.

Sporting news, reviews and other tid bits

The Mask of Zorro

Ritmo Latino

Calendar of Events

Venus Looks to Rise At Toshiba Tennis Classic
By J. Fred Sidhu

Dallas and Green Bay Report July 16 to Open NFL Camps

Mexican Power Necaxa to Visit San Diego July 26

San Diego Flash Recibe al Necaxa Julio 26

Bullfight World...
by Lyn Sherwood

Tijuana Bullfight Season Will Resume

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