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REGIONAL

Relevant news concerning the region belonging to California and Baja California’s border.
Noticias relevantes relacionadas a la región perteneciente a la frontera de California y Baja California.

July, 2023

  • 15 July

    Chiugallery: A New Artistic Hub in Playas de Tijuana Captivates the Community with Its Grand Opening!

    -Editorial The inauguration of Chiugallery in Playas de Tijuana was a great success, bringing together more than 78 Mexican and international artists whose works will be on display for the next two months. The ribbon-cutting ceremony was performed by the Secretary of Tourism of Baja California, Miguel Aguiñiga Rguez., Roberto …

  • 15 July

    The Hidden Risks Behind Power and Political Fame

    -Editorial  In the world of politics, the concept of “5 minutes of fame” is often heard. However, for many politicians, those mere minutes can transform into something far more enduring and hazardous: the politician’s 5 minutes of fame. This phenomenon refers to the pivotal moment when a politician attains power, …

  • 14 July

    Provino Celebrates its XXXIII Wine Festival

    -Editorial The Wine Harvest Festivals represent an icon in Baja California and being the Baja California Provincial Committee an organization that represents 84 wineries in the region, these festivities are a key moment for the sector, since for 33 years they have symbolized the opportunity to celebrate in the community, …

  • 13 July

    Hawaii Implements Anti-Nepotism Law, Highlighting the Importance of Widespread Reform

    -Editorial In a landmark move towards transparency and fairness, Hawaii recently enacted a state law prohibiting nepotism within its government. The new legislation, effective as of today, sets a precedent for the necessity of anti-nepotism laws in all states across the United States. This development comes as a response to …

  • 12 July

    The Journey of Immigrants in a New Country and a New Community

    -Editorial, story developed for the “Stop the Hate” fellowship in the State of California.  Immigrants arriving in the United States often face rejection, hatred, and are seen as threats. This unwarranted hostility can make their journey even more challenging. However, it is imperative that we address this issue and work …

  • 12 July

    How Unnecessary Expenses and Poor Financial Habits Can Burden Your Future?

    By: Ellie Burgueno We often find ourselves caught in a daily routine where seemingly insignificant expenses add up over time, taking a toll on our financial well-being. From indulging in morning coffees to subscribing to multiple streaming services, these ant expenses can gradually bury us in debt without us even …

  • 12 July

    IID Board President Alex Cardenas Attends Legislative Energy Horizon Institute Program

    -Editorial Imperial Irrigation District (IID) Board President Alex Cardenas has been selected to attend the Legislative Energy Horizon Institute (LEHI) program for 2023. This invitation was extended to President Cardenas through his participation in the American Public Power Association’s (APPA) Policy Makers Council. Through APPA’s sponsorship of the LEHI program, …

  • 12 July

    Sound of Freedom Puts Awareness on Sex Trafficking Crisis

    -Editorial Coming out of a strong opening weekend, the film Sound of Freedom is not only having success in theaters but it’s creating discussion and awareness about human trafficking. The film is directed and co-written by Alejandro Monteverde, and stars Jim Caviezel, Mira Sorvino, and Bill Camp. Caviezel plays Tim …

  • 11 July

    Paris+ par Art Basel announces expanded, citywide public program for its 2023 edition

    -Editorial Paris+ par Art Basel announced the first details of its upcoming citywide public program, which will run concurrently with the fair’s second edition. Freely accessible to the public, the program comprises three exhibitions, two monumental outdoor installations, and a series of talks and debates, presented in six iconic locations …

  • 10 July

    How CA’s Hottest and Most Latino County is Fighting Extreme Heat

    By: Selen Ozturk, editorial team at Ethnic Media Group. As heat-related illnesses and deaths have risen in Imperial County over the past few years, cooling centers prove critical in the fight against extreme heat. This past week saw the hottest global temperature ever recorded, according to the US National Centers for Environmental …

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