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April 15th – Dreaded Tax Day

April 15th – Dreaded Tax Day

It’s the most horrible time of the year… The pollen is rising, and for those who suffer allergies it is hard, but for everyone the federal tax collectors are again knocking at our doors.   Right now, from Alabama to Wyoming millions of US residents and citizens are going through their shoe boxes, searching for 990-INT […]

Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. Prophetic Voice Rings Clear Still Today

Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. Prophetic Voice Rings Clear Still Today

Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr was assassinated 50 years ago this week.  When we think back about his legacy we are often reminded of the holiday in January as well as the I have a Dream speech delivered on the March on Washington in August 1963. However, the fullness of his prophetic voice goes beyond this one […]

OPINION – Representatives are public workers and should respect all of their constituents

You are not there to represent your interests, nor your faith! You are a public SERVANT By Yenny Delgado We the people in order to maintain our Union – are sick and tired of seeing those elected to represent us, working for primarily for their own personal interest.  Being elected from Civic Dog Catcher all the way to a […]

Eat, Drink, and be Cherry at the Pink Tie Party

Eat, Drink, and be Cherry at the Pink Tie Party

It’s all happening at the Pink Tie Party, where you can celebrate the blossoms in style and experience an evening filled with delicious bites and cocktails from local restaurants, a silent auction, engaging experiences, music and dancing. Enjoy delicious fare from the Ronald Reagan Building’s Executive Chef Xavier Deshayes with special guest chef Kaz Okochi, […]

A Call to Action to Limit the Re-election of Officials in the District of Columbia

A Call to Action to Limit the Re-election of Officials in the District of Columbia

Washington (MLN) – Former District of Columbia Democratic hopeful James Butler called on voters to support an initiative to limit the now unlimited re-election of officials in the capital city. “If the voters want the District of Columbia to approve this initiative, our job will be to ensure that the City Council abides by the […]

Perú MODA 2018

Perú MODA 2018

By Shirley Tejada It is an event for the international market featuring the best of the Peruvian fashion and manufacturing industries. The primary goal is to promote contacts and business between the Peruvian producers and suppliers with importing companies from the five continents. It is positioned as an event especially designed to showcase the capabilities […]

In Memoriam : Avicii

In Memoriam : Avicii

By Shirley Tejada Avicii: True Stories traces the unvarnished truth behind the success of Grammy-nominated producer, songwriter and artist Avicii (A.K.A. Tim Bergling) – one of the world’s highest grossing live music artists whose seemingly sudden decision in 2016 to quit doing live shows came as a complete chock to his fans and the industry. […]

NEXT Corcoran Exhibition 2018

NEXT Corcoran Exhibition 2018

By Shirley Tejada This annual exhibition showcases work by the graduating students of the Corcoran School of the Arts and Design at the George Washington University. NEXT includes the end-of-year work of undergraduate and graduate students. Light hors d’oeuvres and refreshments will be served. Guests will receive two complimentary drink tickets. Held every spring, NEXT […]

Trump to Skip South America Summit to Focus of Siria

Trump to Skip South America Summit to Focus of Siria

WASHINGTON — The White House says President Donald Trump will skip an upcoming summit in South America and will remain in the United States to “oversee the American response to Syria and to monitor developments around the world.” White House spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders said in a statement Tuesday that Trump will not attend the […]

Transformers: New Contemporary Latin American Sculpture

Transformers: New Contemporary Latin American Sculpture

Transformers: New Contemporary Sculpture by Darío Escobar and Patrick Hamilton is part of AMA’s exhibitions program showcasing contemporary artists of OAS member countries. AMA is part of the OAS’s Secretariat for Hemispheric Affairs, and its work is based on the principle that the arts are transformative for individuals and communities, as visual components reflecting the […]

Trump 2.0: You ain’t seen nothing yet

Jorge A. Bañales Donald J. Trump is disappointing those alarmists who saw in him a would-be dictator. He lacks the sense of history and the political astuteness which build a demagogue up to a leader. The major and long-term menaces to democracy come from the millions of Trump loyalists, and from whoever is able to […]

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