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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.

April, 2023

  • 3 April

    COMVIN Celebrates 30 Years of Service to Education and the Industry

    -Editorial After three decades of working for a better Mexicali with the support of schools and businesses, Comité de Vinculación de Mexicali celebrated 30 years of success in a ceremony where the group’s mission and accomplishments were remembered. The Comité Vinculación de Mexicali (COMVIN) emerged in 1993 when its founders …

  • 3 April

    Mexicali Biennial’s “Land of Milk & Honey” Exhibit Opens at The Cheech

    -Editorial After what was billed as “L.A.’s busiest art week” with five art fairs and multiple gallery events happening at the same time throughout Southern California, the Mexicali Biennial opens its latest iteration of its tongue-in-cheek, yet serious focus on border issues and art at The Cheech Marin Center for …

  • 2 April

    Spring Travel Demand Underscores Urgent Need for Federal Upgrades to Air Travel System

    -Editorial Air travel will surpass pre-pandemic levels this spring, according to new estimations, underscoring the urgent need for federal government investment in the U.S. air travel system which is already strained by inefficiencies and passenger dissatisfaction. “Periods of high demand—like spring break and holiday weekends—are a stress test that reveals …

March, 2023

  • 31 March

    Calexico Celebrates Cesar Chavez

    -Editorial The legacy of Cesar Chavez is still alive in every action, march, and fight to defend the rights of the field workers. The Cesar Chavez Celebration Festival took place at the Rockwood Promenade on March 30 where hundreds of people attended to remember the life of Chavez and enjoy …

  • 27 March

    Conference Educates the Farmworker Community About Their Rights

    -Editorial In an effort to educate and support the farm workers of Imperial Valley, Comité Civico Del Valle hosted the first-ever farmworker conference at San Diego State University where they were provided information about their worker rights.  Just days before the nation celebrates the birthday of Cesar Chavez, this event …

  • 27 March

    Art Basel concludes a resonant 2023 edition in Hong Kong

    -Editorial Art Basel concluded the 2023 edition of its Hong Kong show, which was marked by brisk sales throughout the week and across all levels of the market, and a celebration of its tenth anniversary in the city and its ever-flourishing arts scene. Staged across two floors of the HKCEC …

  • 26 March

    Brenda Estrada, a Business Woman Driven by Faith and Vision

    -Editorial -Her business, Nana’s Kitchen, brings a family together and inspires a community. Proverbs 31:25 -“She is clothed with strength and dignity, and she laughs without fear of the future.” The bible verse can be found below the Nana’s Kitchen sign at their restaurant located at 502 W. Aten Rd …

  • 25 March

    Imperial County Judge Poli Flores Publishes His First Novel “In the Shadow of the Sun”

    -Editorial Poli Flores Jr. is known to many as a judge in Imperial Valley but few knew that being a storyteller was part of his passion.  The book “In the Shadow of the Sun” takes place in Imperial Valley. It tells the story of Sammy Mendoza’s brother Curt returning from …

  • 25 March

    FLASHPOINT: Where It All Begins, AGAIN!

    By: Mario Conde, Reporter Anticipating better storytelling and a more organized shared universe, James Gunn, who now shares the role of studio head at DC Studios with Peter Safran, announced an ambitious 10-year plan of movies, television series, animation, and video games that will bring our favorite superhero’s together under …

  • 24 March


    By: Teodoro Rentería Arróyave, Journalist and Writer. The current issue is undoubtedly the so-called “artificial intelligence”, a designation that causes all kinds of concerns and contradictions since until now no one agrees. We, for our part, are going to enter the debate with something new, by asserting that “artificial intelligence” …