Monday - Feb 18, 2019
  • Boxing

    Saturday, August 11 – at Sacramento, California (HBO) -

    12 rounds, super bantamweights: Rey Bautista (23-0, 17 KOs) vs. Daniel Ponce de Leon (31-1, 28 KOs).

    12 rounds, bantameweights: Jhonny Gonzalez (34-5, 29 KOs) vs. Gerry Penalosa (51-6-2, 34 KOs).

    Sunday, August 19 – at Kobe, Japan

    12 rounds, WBA featherweight title: Chris John (39-0-1, 20 KOs) vs. Zaiki Takemoto (21-6-1, 12 KOs).

    Saturday, August 25 – at Bayamon, Puerto Rico -

  • Congratulations to Angelica for her birthday

    In case you do not know it, Angélica Lazoya, part of the personnel of the Mission Area Federal Credit celebrated her birthday July 7. A little late to dedicate a Happy Birthday, but it is never late to remember someone so special.

    Mother of the wonderful months-old baby, Christian, Angelica makes feel the customers at credit union, like at home.

  • San Francisco singer Carmen Milagro will tour the Bay Area

    ­by Elisabeth Pinio

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    A San Francisco native, singer Carmen Milagro will be touring the Bay Area through September for several performances. Be sure to catch at least one!

    Milagro will perform August 11, from 12:45 to 2 p.m. at the 1st Annual Latin Music Festival, at Jack London Square in Oakland.

  • Fall semester to begin at City College of San Francisco(

    by Elisabeth Pinio

    City College of San Francisco will soon welcome students for the Fall 2007 semester, which begins Wednesday, August 15. Online registration is available now, through August 13. Students may continue to register for credit classes through August 31 by visiting the classroom. Enrollment for noncredit courses is available anytime during the fall semester.

    Credit courses are $20 per unit, with a health fee of $18 for the semester. Noncredit courses are free, and financial aid is available for all courses.

  • Remembering some amigos who helped clear basepath for Jackie Robinson

    ­by Robert Heuer

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    Latinos were not part of the conversation last April when baseball honored the 60th anniversary of Jackie Robinson’s major league debut. But a new book shows Latin America played an indispensable role in this black man’s triumph over prejudice.

  • Loyalty as a Hispanic cultural value

    by John Flórez

    SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – Some years ago through a newspaper ad, I found a roofing contractor to put a tar roof on an addition to my home. It was a sweltering July day. When I arrived from work, I found the roofing crew, all Mexicans, spreading the hot tar on the flat roof.Seeing them toil in the blazing sun, I climbed the ladder to offer them some cold drinks, and we struck up a conversation. I asked the crew leader how long he had been doing this kind of work. For ten years, he said.

  • The day when Barry made history

    by Juliana Birnbaum Fox Barry Bonds salutes baseball fans hugged by his son during the great home run No. 756 day at the Giants stadium, AT&T Park. Barry Bonds took his place in the baseball record books by hitting his 756th homer on August 7 at San Francisco’s AT&T park, taking the all-time Major League