ON THIS DAY IN HISTORY

ON THIS DAY OF 1916, the Brooklyn Daily Eagle reported: “WASHINGTON – President [Woodrow] Wilson is ready to appear before Congress tomorrow and make a statement on the Mexican situation. Although his speech is not final, we know that Mr. Wilson prepared the essential. The president is known to plan …

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Cesar Chavez’s legacy lives on in Biden’s staff, Oval Office

WASHINGTON (AP) – When President Barack Obama traveled to California to dedicate a national monument to Latino labor leader Cesar Chavez nearly ten years ago, a group of the activist’s relatives were invited to pose for photos with President. Julie Chavez Rodriguez, Chavez’s granddaughter, stayed behind. As an Obama staff …

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Obituary: Perle Rhéa (Jacques) Corriveau

Perle Rhéa (Jacques) Corriveau KENNEBUNK – Pearl, 73, died peacefully of natural causes in Kennebunk on April 20, 2021. She was born on April 30, 1947 in Biddeford. She is survived by her two sons, Chad Corriveau of Maine and her grandson, Charlie Corriveau; Erik Corriveau (Maryann) of Louisiana and …

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Summer entertainment returns to CNY theaters

Covid-19 restrictions have been lifted in New York state, and long days in July and August mean summer fun can flourish as usual in central New York. Organizations will maintain a variety of security protocols which could include limited seating, masking for unvaccinated customers, and purchasing tickets online. Check each …

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Sofia Reyes, Alexis y Fido & More: First Latin Stream

Dylan Fuentes, Arena (Interscope recordings) Dylan Fuentes has just fallen Arena, an aerial and captivating EP with the seal of summer. Fuentes, who first appeared on the radar with his Latin R&B fusions, didn’t hesitate to experiment on this six-track production, rocking Nigerian artist-producer Daramola. Starting with the electro-dancehall “Felicia”, …

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