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Bilingual commentary: Adjusting Education for the New Economy

Bilingual commentary: Adjusting Education for the New Economy

By David Magallanes / Guest contributor David Magallanes Perhaps we need to re-think the entire approach to high school and college education as a new economic age dawns on the millennial generation beginning to enter the work force. Our curriculum has often been geared to preparing students for the traditional world of work. That...
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Museum of Ventura County, California Resources Corporation Host a ‘Moment of Gratitude’

Museum of Ventura County, California Resources Corporation Host a ‘Moment of Gratitude’

VENTURA — The Museum of Ventura County and California Resources Corporation (CRC) hosted a “Moment of Gratitude,” on Thursday, Nov. 9, to thank city and county officials and community members for their support throughout the Museum’s fiscal challenge. In a special presentation, CRC’s Amy Fonzo, manager, external relations, gave the museum a check for $5,000...
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Oxnard author René Corado returns from Costa Rica to participate in local author fair on Nov. 12

Oxnard author René Corado returns from Costa Rica to participate in local author fair on Nov. 12

OXNARD — René Corado, a Guatemalan Biologist and writer, author of the books El Lustrador and the Adventures of René Corado The Shoeshine Boy, and resident of Oxnard, was invited by the organization Partners In Flight to participate at the XXI Congreso SMBC y VI Congreso PIF para la Biología y la Conservación (XXI Congress...
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Carnegie Art Museum update for Nov. 8

Carnegie Art Museum update for Nov. 8

Click here for the entire e-newsletter   This week at CAM The Carnegie and CAM Studio will be CLOSED Saturday,  November 11 for Veteran’s Day. But, don’t miss the exhibition next door We Remember — Ventura County to Vietnam and Back,’ a multimedia display focusing on local veterans, located at the former Social Security building...
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Bilingual report: ACLU of Southern California Santa Barbara Chapter Presents A Fall Community Forum: ‘Immigrant Rights and Citizenship in the Trump Era’ on Nov. 8

Bilingual report: ACLU of Southern California Santa Barbara Chapter Presents A Fall Community Forum: ‘Immigrant Rights and Citizenship in the Trump Era’ on Nov. 8

SANTA BARBARA — Join the ACLU of Santa Barbara for an evening of community discussion on the significance of the Trump administration’s policy changes to immigration and citizenship.  Our lineup of speakers includes: Mohammad Tajsar, staff Attorney for the Southern California ACLU office. Mohammad will discuss his work on national security and counterterrorism policy, with...
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Santa Paula Museum of Art update for Nov. 6

Santa Paula Museum of Art update for Nov. 6

Click here for the entire e-newsletter   SANTA PAULA ART MUSEUM Where great art and community events are always in season… “Morning’s Promise” by Doug Singletary, oil, Collection of the artist © Doug Singletary THE TENTH ANNUAL ART ABOUT AGRICULTURE SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11, FROM 4 P.M. TO 6 P.M. Art About Agriculture, the popular...
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Consulmex Oxnard — Día de muertos, una tradición muy mexicana

Consulmex Oxnard — Día de muertos, una tradición muy mexicana

View this email in your browser   Día de muertos, una tradición muy mexicana Celebremos juntos esta tradición a través de las múltiples expresiones que nos acercan a la muerte frecuentemente con humor, y al mismo tiempo con un silencio reverente que la hace íntima, cercana y casi familiar. 1) Has clic aquí para...
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From La Frontera to La Universidad — Latina scholar and author Norma E. Cantu, to receive UCSB’s annual Luis Leal Literature Award

From La Frontera to La Universidad — Latina scholar and author Norma E. Cantu, to receive UCSB’s annual Luis Leal Literature Award

By Andrea Estrada • UCSB Norma Elia Cantú has worn many hats over the course of her career. She is adding another next month when she comes to UC Santa Barbara to receive the campus’s 14th annual Luis Leal Award for Distinction in Chicano/Latino Literature. The award will be presented during a ceremony at 4...
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Bilingual commentary: Republicans Closing the Door

Bilingual commentary: Republicans Closing the Door

By David Magallanes / Guest contributor David Magallanes “It’s all a matter of perspective,” we often hear. But sometimes those stated “perspectives” lift eyebrows, start fights or lead to war. Our country at this time is being torn asunder by polarizing, vicious and unrelenting “perspectives” that threaten the delicate balance of societal peace. In...
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Museum of Ventura County update for Nov. 2

Museum of Ventura County update for Nov. 2

Major funding for these programs is made possible in part by the City of San Buenaventura and the County of Ventura. 17th Annual Dia de los Muertos Celebration at the Museum of Ventura County Free family event features music, art, dance and crafts Chumash Basket Lecture In honor of Native American Heritage month, Jan Timbrook, curator of ethnography, Santa Barbara Museum...
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10th annual Día de los Muertos Celebration returns to Conejo Mountain Memorial Park on Nov. 4

10th annual Día de los Muertos Celebration returns to Conejo Mountain Memorial Park on Nov. 4

CAMARILLO — 10th annual Día de los Muertos Celebration returns to Conejo Mountain Funeral Home, Memorial Park & Crematory from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 4 at 2052 Howard Road, Camarillo. “Hasta La Muerte — Comida, Altars, Prayers, Laughter and Tears.” Free. Activities for everyone include: Face painting Build your own altar Muerto...
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Edible worms, Alka-Seltzer rockets and crime scene investigations, all part of CSUCI Science Carnival in Oxnard on Nov. 4

Edible worms, Alka-Seltzer rockets and crime scene investigations, all part of CSUCI Science Carnival in Oxnard on Nov. 4

CAMARILLO – Crowd pleasers like the flaming Gummi Bears, the banana piano and the self-carving pumpkin will return for the 2017 CSU Channel Islands (CSUCI) Science Carnival along with dozens of brand new exhibits including a laser harp and a 3-D scanner that will allow you to be scanned and converted into an action figure. Kids pre-K through 8th grade,...
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City of Oxnard Cultural and Community Services update for Nov. 1

City of Oxnard Cultural and Community Services update for Nov. 1

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Through Dec. 2 — CSUCI presents ‘Acts and Actos: An Evening of Short Plays in English, Spanish and Spanglish’

Through Dec. 2 — CSUCI presents ‘Acts and Actos: An Evening of Short Plays in English, Spanish and Spanglish’

CAMARILLO — What happens when one member of a family is a zombie?  Or when some relatives decide that a family reunion is a perfect time to spill some family secrets? As we enter the season of family holidays, CSU Channel Islands (CSUCI)’s Performing Arts program presents a collection of short plays exploring culture, language and what...
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Dec. 4 — CSUCI Choir’s winter concert celebrates poetry and songs of the British Isles

Dec. 4 — CSUCI Choir’s winter concert celebrates poetry and songs of the British Isles

CAMARILLO — William Shakespeare, Percy Bysshe Shelley and Ursula Wood are among the British poets who will be celebrated during the CSU Channel Islands (CSUCI) Choir winter concert entitled: “The Poet Sings: Songs and Poetry of the British Isles.” Concerts are Dec. 4 at 7 p.m. in Malibu Hall on the CSUCI campus and again Dec. 10...
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