El Nuevo Mundo del International Child Resource Institute es un centro que ofrece programas de desarrollo bilingüe en español e inglés y experiencias de aprendizaje multicultural en un ambiente para niños de 3 a 5 años de toda etnicidad.
International Child Resource Institute’s El Nuevo Mundo Children’s Center offers bilingual development programs in Spanish and English, and multicultural learning experiences in an environment catered to children, ages 3 to 5, of all ethnic backgrounds.
Rosa Arriaga suffers from arthritis and asthma, as well as pain in her neck, hands and knee. She used to have frequent medical checkups to control these conditions, but then her health plan changed and Doctors Medical Center closed.
Sumatra McGilbery is the owner of Dejavu’s Hair Salon, located on MacDonald Street near downtown Richmond. Next month will make 17 years she has been involved with the salon, first as styling assistant, then as stylist and now as owner.
Many things change over the course of two decades. But change is rare at Angelo’s Gourmet Delicatessen, where the prices have increased only once. In the newest edition of Locally Richmond, meet Anna Lee and Jae Choy, the owners of Angelo’s Gourmet Delicatessen for the last 20 years.
Brazilian Coffee House & Restaurant Goiano on San Pablo Avenue near highway 80 is one of two Brazilian eateries in Richmond. It is owned and operated entirely by the Lima family.
Guillermina Emy LaFever is the owner of Guillermina Asian Art and Antiques, an antique shop specializing in Japanese items, but with a growing collection of pieces from all over the world. She began the business in 1981, managing shops in throughout the Bay Area, before finding a home for the shop in Point Richmond 18 years ago.
Lidia Arizmendi has been waiting a year and a half for kidney stone surgery. A diabetic, she has no health care insurance, and because she is an undocumented immigrant, she has had few options to find coverage. Now, that may be changing. Like thousands of other undocumented residents of Contra Costa County, Arizmendi will be…
In the 22-year-old battle between members of the Ecuadorian Secoya tribe and Chevron Corp., both sides are claiming important victories within the past few weeks. But independent analysts say there is still no real end in sight. On Aug. 28, the Canadian Supreme Court ruled the Ecuadorian indigenous group has the legal right to sue…