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Hakim Bellamy.  Photo courtesy of Mavel Photography

Hakim Bellamy. Photo courtesy of Mavel Photography

Parable of the Papa    

Fri, Jun 9, 2023, 11:52pm | By Hakim Bellamy

Parable of the Papa by Hakim Bellamy Ever since “Mother May I…” became an anachronism of the Virgin Mary...conception has been synonymous with immaculate, while insemination has become...

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Credit: Vicente Fernandez in 1965 Wikimedia Commons

El Grito Eterno: Imagining Vicente Fernandez and Remembering My Father 

Tue, May 31, 2022, 8:20am | By Matthew Villegas

The mariachi legend, Vicente Fernandez, passed away late last year at 81. Affectionately known by his legions of fans as "Chente," he left a legacy that will likely go unmatched.  Chente was...

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