While Dia de las Madres activities may change on a yearly basis for Ana Carranza, her mother and their fellow female childbearing family members, one constant remains: no husbands or kids are allowed.
Amid widespread outrage from the Latino community, the Walt Disney Co. on Tuesday withdrew its application to trademark the phrase “Dia de los Muertos.”
As a child growing up in El Centro, Humberto Rincon often had to make do with the everyday items for entertainment. Sometimes that meant making his own toys.
A veteran of the agricultural industry who got his start working alongside braceros in the San Fernando Valley as a teenager, 72-year-old El Centro resident David Wells also remembers his encounters...