The Thrill and the Agony This week in sports by Chas Walker Horn on the horn It is a “cell-abration” that few will forget.
OAKLAND, Calif. – “I’m here to fight for my benefits,” said Teresa Gonzales. Gonzales is a picket captain for the United Food and Commercial Workers union from Hawaiian Gardens in Southern California.
Review “Uncovered: The Whole Truth about the Iraq War” Produced and directed by Robert Greenwald, in video or DVD format, 56 minutes, $14.95. By Todd Tollefson
HAVANA (AP) – Cuban pianist Ruben Gonzalez, who found new fame in the mid-1990s playing with Compay Segundo’s Buena Vista Social Club band, died Dec. 8 in Havana. He was 84.
NEW YORK – Latino art in U.S. culture, like Latinos themselves, cannot be easily categorized or narrowly defined. A bold new exhibit at Exit Art provides a box-of-chocolates sampling of a new generation of Latino artists which ranges from the humorous to the eclectic to the bizarre to the sublime.
Review Children at Risk: Protecting New York City’s Youths, 1653-2003 The New-York Historical Society 2 West 77th Street New York City Through April 4, 2004