By Pete Kotz On July 11, 2008, the price of oil rose to $147 per barrel, a record high. Gas stations engaged in hot pursuit as the price of a gallon rocketed past $4. All hell was about to break loose. The country's largest banks had already begun to implode through arrogance and ineptitude. Now t ... More >>
Not only can coffee keep you more awake and alert during the day, it may keep your brain functioning longer over your entire life (which it might also prolong, as we reported earlier). New research suggests that drinking about three cups of coffee per day might stave off Alzheimer's in older adults ... More >>
Giovanni SolisLalo Alcaraz at his first solo retrospective exhibition, "Heritage Month: 500 Years of Art, Comics & Satire. For over 20 years, Lalo Alcaraz has gotten hate mail in response to his barbed Chicano satire, sarcasm and socio-political commentary. Reared in San Diego and a former Sa ... More >>
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