Monday, September 26, 2005

Semana de la Raza ... (listening to Freedom Train)

Good stuff in barrio OC x 13 y-que ... the 2005 Orange County Latino Film Festival is here ... Sept. 29 - Oct 2 ... at Teatro Fiesta 304 East 4th Street, Suite 100 en sanTana y-que .... 17 peliculas will be aired ... guest will include Eduardo Santamarina (Rubi, Abrazame Muy Fuerte), Jesus Ochoa (Man on Fire, Asesino En Serio), Jose Yenque (Puños Rosas, Traffic) along with industry executives ... sounds firme gente ... be there or be square ...
Tambien ... on Sunday, sanTana had its Independence Day Parade ... LA Times reported 70,000 gente ... OC Register reported NADA ... didn't you vatos know ... Register is Delhi gente ...

Hablando de gente, on miercoles, 9/28/05, UCLA's Anderson School of Management holds The Hispanic Impact on the California Economy conference ... LA Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa will be speaking ... check out the pinche overview ...

The demographic landscape of California is dramatically shifting. Nearly one out of two people in Southern California now identify themselves as Latino, a figure that is expected to continue to increase. The buying power of this group has been growing even faster – the income of the community has doubled since 1990 and now accounts for a third of all dollars earned in Los Angeles County. The second- and third-generation Latinos represent the future of the State, and in order to succeed in this dynamic landscape, local businesses must adapt to these changing realities.

The September quarterly Conference will examine this topic through both theory and experience. UCLA Anderson Forecast’s expert forecasting team lays the foundation for the conference with the September 2005 Economic Outlook for the nation, state, and region. Industry experts will bring their perspectives from the field. This series of forecasts and discussion panels will provide the audience the objective information needed to make solid business decisions.

Simon, simon ... people are all tuturu over our purchasing power ...

6 Comments:

At 3:45 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

That Delhi Center sure is a really nice space. what's cool is the barrio totally respects it. see we ain't that bad.....

 
At 4:17 PM, Blogger Barrio Marlon Brando said...

3:45, I and others totally agree ... I love the area and so did Manuel Esqueda that's why he chose Our Lady of Guadalupe for his last mass ... besides, that's hot property, $500,000 cada casita ... ese, recuerdas la tiendita Claude's ... ondale ...

 
At 4:37 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

$500K TO LIVE IN BARRIO DELHI.....
CLAUDE'S WOW!!

 
At 10:21 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Great twists, excellent topics, good taste Gustavo Arellano!

 
At 2:30 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

check out the article in the LA Times
September 27, 2005
latimes.com :
Sex Education Text a Hot Issue in Pregnancy-Prone Santa Ana
* Trustees tonight will consider a curriculum that stresses abstinence over contraception.

By Seema Mehta, Times Staff Writer

 
At 1:53 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

No news is good news??? que pase cholo??

 

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