Saving for college is never too late to prepare
The arrival of a new family member fills us with great joy, but also a lot of uncertainty and wonder, How do we prepare our children to support based on the future and their education? As parents we all want to give the best education possible, and make our children, individuals who contribute to society. read story
Wake Up Latinos!
For the past five months I have attended a series of neighborhood meetings, community forums, trainings, information sessions and workshops; just to mention a few, and all to benefit our children, families and community. read story
The Literary Café and The Truce by Mario Benedetti
For the Literary Café, the Reading of The Truce (1959), was an invitation to reflect about the ups and downs of life. This is one of most popular books by the Uruguayan writer Mario Benedetti (1920-2009) and one of the most popular in the Hispanic culture read story
Mayor Lovely Warren Gave Misleading Comments
Monday, Jan. 13, during a press conference following reports that Mayor Lovely Warren's uncle/personal bodyguard/chauffeur Reggie Hill had been pulled over by New York State Police on Jan. 8 for driving 97 miles per hour, Warren falsely stated that he had not been. read story
Nothing is Impossible in this Life!
I know you can
You know you can.
All of us know you can. read story
Legislators are gearing up to try to do in 2014 what they should have done in 2009:
I know, I know. We have heard this story before – our elected leaders are all like the boy who cried wolf. read story