Volume XXII Number 35 ~ September 4, 1998


Front Page Stories

Three Strikes Against the Ballpark

By Daniel L. Muñoz

Among the many ballot propositions, bonds, issues, and candidates running for office, without a doubt the most emotional and to date, the most talked about has been Prop. C funding for a new downtown ballpark.

While the need for a new ballpark has been widely discussed and supported by the Mayor, Padres administrators, city council, baseball fans, Chamber of Commerce, the downtown establishment, and the major media, the opposition to Prop C has been ignored.To continue, click on the link.

A Year After Mother Teresa's Death, Her Order is Flourishing
By Neelesh Misra

Mexican American War Hero Fighting for Recognition

Noticias de Mexico


Mercedes de Uriarte `Communicator of the Year'

National Hispanic Leadership Agenda
Hispanic Heritage Month
Event Calendar

KMEX-TV Se Enorgullese en Participar en los XIV Festejos Locales de la Independencia Centroamericana

Fiesta del Castillo Brings a Bang to Mexican Independence

Hispanic Radio Network/La Red Hispana
Hay Leyes Que Matan


Commentary: No Americans in America, Circa 1788
By Raoul Lowery Contreras

Commentary: Devaluing Black Life: The Murder of Sherrice Iverson
By Earl Ofari Hutchinson

El Foro ... Public Forum

Tezozomoc Speaks

Etc. Etc. Etc.

Sporting news, reviews and other tid bits

Mexican Masterpieces From the Bernard and Edith Lewin Collection

Obras Maestras Mexicanas de la Colección de Bernard y Edith Lewin

Book Review:
Para La Mujer En el Embarazo
Por Teresa Quezada

Mambo creator, Cachao, to be inducted into the Latin Jazz Hall of Fame at 2nd Annual Los Angeles Latin Jazz Festival

Overwhelmingly Large Slate of Movies for the Fall Season
By Michael Fleeman

Calendar of Events

NFL Kicks Off Season With New Starters, Stadiums, Coaches, and TV Look
By Geralda Miller

NFL '98: Charges Showing Some Life With Their Mouths, At Least
By Bernie Wilson

Bullfight World
by Lynn Sherwood
The Lady is a Bullfighter

Western Conference Title Comes to San Diego

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