• Resolutions: Aim for Progress, Not Perfection, in 2019

    Antionette Kerr Public News Service NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The statistics are grim – only one or two out of every 10 people who make New Year’s resolutions will achieve them, and the rest are likely to fizzle by February. Experts say the biggest hurdles are related to setting unrealistic...
  • Missouri Kids Eager to Solve Food Insecurity

    Roz Brown Public News Service JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Missouri school kids were so eager to participate in the “No Kid Hungry Innovation Challenge” that it was a full house when they pitched their ideas for reducing child hunger and food insecurity. The challenge distributed $14,000 in grants to...
  • Células falciformes: un gen, muchas caras y la búsqueda de una cura

    NAPSM En el 2000, Mercy Mendoza, a los 3 años, languidecía con una enfermedad misteriosa. Su abuela, desesperanzada, compró un sitio donde enterrarla en el pueblito de Honduras donde vivían. La hinchazón, el dolor y la inmovilidad la debilitaban. Finalmente, un médico que había estudiado en los Estados Unidos...
  • OUTSIDE LANDS 2018

    Arturo Hilario El Observador   For the weekend of August 10-12 the western portion of Golden Gate Park in San Francisco turns into a wonderland of multicolored trees, craft beer and good eats. The main attraction is of course the music on either of the 4 stages and comedy...
  • Calendar 9.22

    Downtown Farmers’ Market Friday September 22, 2017 / 10am San Pedro Square 87 N San Pedro St San Jose, CA Free Summer Activities in St. James Park Friday September 22, 2017 / 12pm St James Park N 2nd St San jose, CA Free Fountain Alley Fridays Friday September 22,...
  • A Look at “Matilda”

    For some, memories of childhood are coming to the Broadway San Jose from March 7-12. But it might not be all fun and games. Stephen Diaz recently explored the ins and outs of the upcoming production of “Matilda the Musical”. The actor, born in San Jose (happy coincidence), says...
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  • Trump on Drugs

    Nightmare Scenarios Looking Ever More Probable Jag Davies DPA   What a strange time to be fighting to end the war on drugs and the mentality that gave rise to it.  In recent years we’ve won a wide range of once-unimaginable victories and super-majorities of public support – and...
  • LET’S INSIST ON BEING CIVILIZED, RESPECTFUL, AND HONORABLE

    Hilbert Morales/EL OBSERVADOR Mainstream TV media executive and producers need to begin transmitting program materials which are not as despicable and salacious as those recently presented which display Trump’s total disregard for women. Many adults, especially parents need to turn off the TV when their children are watching because...