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“WE HAVE THE PARTNER WE COULD AFFORD”

By: Rubén González Vera (Psychologist, Marriage Counselor, Best Selling Author and International  Public Speaker) From its cover the psychologist Ruben Gonzalez Vera’s new book, which titles “We Have the Partner We Could Afford” (Tenemos la Pareja Para la Que Nos Alcanzo), establishes the responsibility we have over our relationship, since …

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Jorge Luis Borges, a Biography in Hispanic Literature.

Jorge Luis Borges, a blind librarian who became the most influential short-story writer ever to emerge from Latin America, was born in Buenos Aires. Prosperous but not rich, his family was prominent in Latin American history and included several famous military heroes. Borge’s Protestant father and Catholic mother reflected Argentina’s …

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The Association of Business and Marketing Sales Executives of Mexicali Unveils the Winners of their 2016 Marketing Awards

Mexicali, Baja California.- The Association of Business and Marketing Sales Executives, Mexicali Chapter, unveiled to the community the names of the companies honored this year with the award for marketing 2016. Three local companies will be recognized with the “Marketing Award “which is granted by the Association of Sales and …

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California Growers Opposed to Lemons From Argentina

The USDA (United States Department of Agriculture) is proposing to allow lemons from Argentina. California’s lemon industry worries about disease potential. California’s lemon industry was valued at $596,124,000 in 2014, with Ventura, Riverside, San Diego, Tulare and Kern counties the leading growers.  BY: ROBERT RODRIGUEZ California citrus officials are fuming …

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