February 1, 2018 Issue

February 1, 2018 Issue

Más Que Solo Noticias, Un Servicio Público en Impresión

Más Que Solo Noticias, Un Servicio Público en Impresión

Como uno de los principales mercados de noticias de la nación, Los Ángeles no tiene... Read more »


Los Valores Centrales de EGP Continuarán

Todo llega a su fin, dice el dicho. Y supongo que es verdad. Pero al recordar los... Read more »

Periódicos de la Comunidad Iluminan las Injusticias Que Otros Ignoran

Tenía solo 22 años cuando comencé mi carrera periodística en Eastern Group Publications... Read more »

Generaciones de Lectores Han Contado con EGP: Se les Extrañara

Es difícil imaginar nuestro escenario de noticias locales sin la cobertura reflexiva,... Read more »


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Parálisis del Sueño, “Sensación Terrorífica” en la que Influyen los Traumas

Parálisis del Sueño, “Sensación Terrorífica” en la que Influyen los Traumas

La parálisis del sueño, esa sensación terrorífica de inmovilidad durante la noche,... Read more »


Defendiéndose de la Mortal Temporada de Gripe: 5 Cosas Que Hay Que Saber Ahora

El país está teniendo una horrible, terrible, y muy mala temporada de gripe. El... Read more »

Estudio Refuta Conexión Entre Autismo y Riesgo de Heridas en Niños Pequeños

Un estudio de la Universidad de Colorado divulgado recientemente refuta que el autismo... Read more »

Aminora Uso de Quimioterapia en Fase Inicial de Cáncer de Seno, Dice Estudio

El uso de quimioterapia en la fase inicial de cáncer de seno ha disminuido en los... Read more »


 

From Sports to Protests, Shooting L.A.

From Sports to Protests, Shooting L.A.

I had a dream, to one day photograph NFL football teams. It’s a dream that got... Read more »


Generations of Readers Counted on EGP: They Will Be Missed

It is hard to imagine our local news landscape without the thoughtful, ethical, and... Read more »

A Voice in Spanish for Immigrants During Challenging Times

I started working in Eastern Group Publications in the middle of the 1990’s, the... Read more »

More Than Just News, A Public Service in Print

As one of the top news markets in the nation, Los Angeles has no shortage of quality... Read more »


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Home Is Where the Health Is – How Cities and States Can Address the Affordable Housing Crisis

Home Is Where the Health Is – How Cities and States Can Address the Affordable Housing Crisis

Housing affordability is a pressing issue for communities across the United States,... Read more »


Putting The Heat On What Takes the Edge Off

                    Jeff... Read more »

Chain Migration or Family Reunification?

It is historical fact that millions of people have come to the U.S. to create new... Read more »


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Report: Tipping Rule Change Would Cost Women $4.6 Billion

Report: Tipping Rule Change Would Cost Women $4.6 Billion

SACRAMENTO, Calif. – As women’s marches took place across the country Saturday,... Read more »


L.A. Times Writers, Editors Vote to Unionize

Newsroom employees at the Los Angeles Times voted overwhelmingly to unionize for... Read more »

Homeowners Urged to Apply for Property Tax Exemptions

Homeowners fail to claim $30 million in available property tax exemptions every year,... Read more »


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Pen and Photo: No Greater Keepsake

Pen and Photo: No Greater Keepsake

Whether it’s a local football rivalry or the passion of a musical conductor, Mario... Read more »


EGP’s Core Values Will Live On

The Eastside’s Record Keeper

Man Dies While In Custody In Montebello Jail

One Dead, One Injured In Shooting Near Pasadena Freeway


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EGP’s Community Calendar – Jan. 25-Jan. 31

EGP’s Community Calendar – Jan. 25-Jan. 31

Today, Thursday, Jan. 25 2-3pm–“Borders and Neighbors: Artist Panel Discussion”... Read more »


‘King Tut’ Exhibit coming to L.A.

Tickets are now on sale for a California Science Center exhibit billed as the largest... Read more »

Get Involved, Have A Say: EGP’s Community Calendar

Whether it’s knitting tiny little red caps for newborns, getting children excited... Read more »


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Children’s Health Program  Renewed For Six Years

Children’s Health Program Renewed For Six Years

A brief, partial shutdown of the federal government ended Monday, as the Senate and... Read more »


Health Exec With Ties to White Memorial to Retire

Beth Zachary, who led Boyle Heights-based White Memorial for 15 years before rising... Read more »

Facial Exercises Help Middle-Aged Women Appear More Youthful

A 30-minute daily or alternate-day facial exercise program sustained over 20 weeks... Read more »


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