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The city of Rosarito's latest problem is being described as olores fetidos, or “malodorous aromas,” arising from the white sands of Popotla. The area, according to a report in Tijuana's daily Frontera, lacks basic services ...
A poem by Mei Yao Ch’en Translated by Kenneth Rexroth Who says that the dead do not think of us? Whenever I travel, she goes with me. She was uneasy when I was on a ...
Two women, 19 and 20 years old, gave testimony in the Vista courthouse on October 19, describing an ordeal during which they said they were kidnapped and raped last May. The women said the 33-year-old ...