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From La Burbuja: Gustavo Arellano

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Gustavo Arellano was born in L.A. His family is from Zacatecas. He says that if his father hadn’t immigrated, he probably would have. These days he is an editor at OC Weekly, author of the cialis price 50 mg syndicated column ¡Ask A Mexican!, and a contributor at KCRW.

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From La Burbuja: Norma Medina

Posted December 27, 2012 by | 0 Comments | ]
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Today, as part of our Sonic Profile series, Silverlake resident Norma Medina talks about her picturesque childhood in Mexico, and the viagra us culture shock she experienced when she was taken to live with her Aunt and buy cialis Uncle in their ‘Brady Bunch’ house in California.

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From La Burbuja: Octavio Olivas

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Octavio Olivas is from Mexico City. His wife is American, and they live in L.A. Before getting married, he got a taste of Texas hospitality on a trip into the US from Mexico.

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Tune into KCRW’s Morning Edition this holiday season for a series of short profiles gathered inside La Burbuja – our mobile recording booth. The profile of Octavio Olivas was …

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From La Burbuja: Mercedes Moreno

Posted December 25, 2012 by | 1 Comment | ]
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Mercedes Moreno emigrated from El Salvador to Los Angeles 36 years ago. She began working as a babysitter, and in the process became a mother. Mercedes is one of the hundred of thousands of Salvadoreans who fled a brutal civil war that killed 75,000 and displaced more than one million people. This is her story of arrival.

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From La Burbuja: Aldo Velasco

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From La Burbuja: Aldo Velasco

Aldo Velasco was born in Guadalajara, Jalisco to an American mother and where to purchase cialis a Mexican father. At the age of five, he was taken on an “adventure” to Los Angeles. At that age, he could not have imagined that this trip would change his life, forever.

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A Yucatán-Style Holiday Feast: Two Recipes

Posted December 21, 2012 by | 0 Comments | ]

A Tamal Feast (photos by Javier Cabral)As part of their new Cultural Continuum series, Mercado La Paloma in South Los Angeles hosted a Tamal workshop last week through their popular Yucatán Restaurant “Chichen Itza,” and we were invited.

Chef Gilberto Cetina showing everybody what’s up with tamales YucatecosThe Mercado, located across the street from the DMV offices and cialis delivered overnight a stones throw away from USC, is a …

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12/12/12 and the Virgen of Guadalupe

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December 12 is the day of the Virgen de Guadalupe. Across Mexico — and the world — devotees flock to the Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe in the heart Mexico City to celebrate and propecia online pay tribute to the patron saint that Catholics call the Queen of Mexico and buy cheap viagra online the Empress of the Americas.
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