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Success of Food Trucks Draws Hispanics into the Restaurant Trade

15/05/2017 06:00am | 3580 views

Over the past few years, big cities have seen a boom in the food trucks that travel around town offering their fare, a success that has inspired many Hispanic food truckers to take the next step and open traditional restaurants that offer their usual menus to diners in less of a hurry but eager to get the same quality and originality.

 

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Michelle Obama Takes Anti-Obesity Campaign to “Sabado Gigante”

01/10/2013 05:45pm | 7017 views

First lady Michelle Obama took her campaign against being overweight and childhood obesity to the popular Spanish-language television program “Sabado Gigante,” where she spoke about the benefits of a healthy diet and physical exercise.

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Latin American Herald Tribune

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The Latin American Herald Tribune aims to be the main source of news for the English-reading public about Latin America and to satisfy the need for fair and balanced information about politics, economics, business, sports, literature, the community and other topics of interest with objective and impartial news from the best reporting our international team can deliver, as well as providing the best reporting from all over the world from our partner papers.

On February 17, 1945, in the first issue of The Caracas Journal (as it was then known), founder Jules Waldman wrote “This is just to tell you that we are not going to write a long, pompous declaration of our aims and policies. This first issue of The Caracas Journal ought to speak for itself. We aim to cover the news, to offer you interesting articles, to inform you about the local goings-on. This is your paper – the paper of all English-reading people.... As such it will include among its readers people of all nationalities, for English is fast becoming the international language of the world. And if it is informative, enjoyable and entertaining, it will automatically be a link .... We could really wish for no more.”