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Don’t Talk About My Curves

As I stood in line at the grocery store, a … Read more

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An Agent of Change

Before I met Maria Elena Rodriguez, I was already familiar with the feeling that she gives people. This Renaissance woman works hard for her community and inspires everybody with whom she makes contact. Rodriguez has devoted much of her efforts to the progression of Mexicantown and the Hispanic community as a whole.

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Alzheimer's

A widely overlooked cause is finally getting its day. This … Read more

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Alzheimer’s

A widely overlooked cause is finally getting its day. This … Read more

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Where The Desert Meets The Ocean

I recently celebrated my 30th birthday and decided to celebrate it with one of my best friends in the Motherland, which for me is Mexico. With me turning 30 and her set to marry, we thought it would be fun. We decided to go to Cabo San Lucas because of the great mix of sun, sightseeing and nightlife.

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Comfortable With My Own Skin

It was another cold winter morning in Metro Detroit, as I sat anxiously in the doctor’s office and waited for the results of my skin biopsy. Yes. I was waiting to see if I was going to be one of those diagnosed with skin cancer.

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Who’s Laughing Now?

The last decade or so has resulted in Latino culture, … Read more

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Finding New Possibilities

2009 comes full of a lot of hope and, also, … Read more