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[USC] Photo Essay: The Virgin of Guadalupe at Olvera St.

October 22, 2013

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Visit Flickr.com for a photo essay that celebrates images of The Virgin of Guadalupe in all their diversity.

[LA Weekly] Rocio Camacho: The Goddess of Mole

May 15, 2013

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The spirits of ancient Mexican deities may soon reside in Los Angeles, enticed across the border by chef Rocio Camacho.

[LA Weekly] Melissa Barak: The Rebel Ballerina

May 15, 2013

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Melissa Barak, ballet dancer and choreographer, sees dance as L.A.'s "next artistic frontier."

Posted in: ARTS, Ballet, DANCE, LA Weekly

[LA Weekly] Pablo Alvarado: The Man Who Organized Day Laborers

May 15, 2013

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Pablo Alvarado, 46, normally affable and soft-spoken, bristles when he's called the Cesar Chavez of day laborers. Despite his accomplishments as director of the National Day Laborer Organizing Network, he doesn't see himself as a hero.

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