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Category: Business

One Topic, Twenty Directors

“We the Economy: 20 Short Films You Can’t Afford to Miss” is a series of short films that aim to help everyday viewers better understand economic issues.
categories Arts & CultureBusinessEconomyEducation

Tzu Chi Medical Center in Alhambra Now a Pay-per-service Clinic

The formerly free Buddhist Tzu Chi Medical Center on Garfield and Linda Vista avenues in Alhambra is trying to raise awareness that it is now a pay-for-service clinic, according to Iris Yeh of the Buddhist Tzu Chi Medical Foundation.
categories BusinessHealthNeighborhoods

LAteria: A Loteria Game Celebrating Chicanos in Los Angeles

The husband and wife design team of Ivette & Andrew Montejo a.k.a. Amor Por Vida need your help to fund their passion.
categories Arts & CultureBusinessCity AffairsNeighborhoods

Notes from ChicanAztlan: Minimum Wage

The wealth of this great nation begins with the sweat from blue collar and service sector jobs. It should be rewarded.
categories BusinessEconomyPolitics

Filipino Invention Beer Below Zero Comes to US

Beer drinkers in the United States, including Filipinos, can now drink their favorite beer cooled to perfection using revolutionary technology invented by three beer-loving Filipinos.
categories BusinessFood

Walmart Hiring Holiday Workers

Expecting to see a 2%-3% increase in sales over last year, retailers are already gearing up for the holiday shopping season, including Walmart, which recently announced the company plans to hire more than 60,000 seasonal workers nationwide.
category Business

A Solution to Hunger in the San Gabriel Valley?

Alhambra Source spoke to Linda Hess of Urban Harvester, which connects grocery stores, cafes, restaurants, and other businesses with extra food to agencies that serve food to the public.
categories BusinessFoodNeighborhoods

More Than 90% of Latino Children in the U.S. Were Born in U.S.

And other things we didn't know about, from Latino Loop.
categories Arts & CultureBusinessFamily/Inter-generational NewsNeighborhoodsYouth

Banago: Helping Restore Livelihood in Samar, One Malaya Tote Bag at a Time

Banago products started with banig products made in Samar, where both of fashion designer Renee Patron’s parents are from.
categories Arts & CultureBusinessFamily/Inter-generational News

Commerce Wholesaler ‘Charges’ Up

The largest retailer-owned wholesale grocery cooperative in the western United States, Commerce-based Unified Grocers, unveiled 12 new electric car-recharging stations on Monday.
categories BusinessGreen NewsNeighborhoods
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