It’s hard to say whether Bari Smith actually possesses superpowers, but the record books confirm she is an Ironman.
Since December 2017, Jhoselyn Ramirez-Strait has been a stay-at-home mom. She’s also been a busy and savvy entrepreneur.
From intricately designed cupcakes to towering wedding cakes, Alba’s Cake Studio in Brawley has hand-crafted delicious one-of-a-kind treats for Valley residents since 2011.
Sister Lupita Hernandez didn’t originally dream of joining the Roman Catholic sisterhood, but she always knew she wanted to be a teacher. It turned out, though, her discovery of a religious calling was just the step she needed to set her on the path she wanted.
Operating in an industry serving a high-risk population during a pandemic might sound like white-knuckle time. But if it is, Liz Machado doesn’t seem phased.
An artist at heart, county Public Health Department Director Janette Angulo as a youngster never intended to seek employment in the career field where she now finds herself.
For some local parents, the upcoming fall school year is a unique opportunity to work together with their children and educators despite the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
When we began tossing out ideas for this edition, I realized that while coronavirus is an important problem, I wanted to avoid having a magazine devoted to it because it’s something that we’ve heard plenty about already.
Today I left my three children at home. One, bleary-eyed, awoke to see me off and settled himself into a bundle on the couch to restart his slumber. I tiptoe past him just to catch another stumble into the kitchen, not-yet-fully awake, to squeeze my middle with his petite arms that barely en…