There may not be another place in the Garden State with a larger concentration of Colombians than Elizabeth, New Jersey, El Diario reports.
Casa Purchase looks to strengthen relations between the school and the Latino community in Westchester County, reports Westchester Hispano.
After being in circulation for half a century, the Post Eagle, the English-language Polish-American newspaper, will continue online only, reports Nowy Dziennik.
Better police training won’t fix the broken windows policy, which is deeply flawed, argues sociologist Mike Rowan in an opinion piece in City Limits.
Using natural materials, Mexico native Rosa López handcrafts art pieces inspired by indigenous peoples, reports Diario de Mexico.
La Voz describes two brothers among several people migrating from Central America to the Hudson Valley, and the challenges such migrants face.
Sikhism’s tradition of offering free food to the gurudwaras’ visitors is keeping temple kitchens very busy, reports Feet in 2 Worlds.
A parent’s group, NPS Boycott 4 Freedom, is advocating a September 4 boycott to protest a restructuring plan for a number of the Newark schools, Colorlines reports.
World Journal covers the impact of the decline of Atlantic City on Chinatown bus operators and Chinese casino workers.
One ambitious Jersey dad is making a Filipino-themed cartoon, called “Phil the Fil-Am,” to keep his kids in tune with their heritage, reports The FilAm.
Paintings, photography, poetry and other examples of Oaxacan culture will be presented August 2 in New Rochelle, NY, Diario de Mexico reports.
Jersey City locals waved flags and danced to music at the annual West Indian/Caribbean carnival and parade.
The American Civil Liberties Union of New Jersey is urging that counties oppose deportations carried out under the “Secure Communities” program, reports Diario de Mexico.
Colombians, 1.5 million strong in the tri-state area, have little representation and are fractured as a community. Some leaders are trying to change that, El Diario reports.
In New Jersey, traditional Mexican talismans and religious objects appeal to Latinos seeking good luck, Diario de Mexico reports.