LAM is happy to announce our Cultural Heritage & Legacy Photo Contest! In Celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, tell us what makes YOU PROUD of your Cultural Heritage & Legacy! Snap it, Tell Us, Hashtag it.

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His art is beautiful, powerful and serves a purpose. As a painter, Claudio Talavera-Ballon uses his talent to make a change and has recently turned his focus onto highlighting the Mission district of San Francisco. Busy in his studio, and with multiple shows coming up, Talavera-Ballon brilliantly brings his art of the people to the people.

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The future lies in the hands of the youth, and the founders of SmileyGo are offering a positive view of what the younger generations have to offer. With an inspiring blend of altruism and entrepreneurial spirit, the new student-founded company is working to make a positive global impact to educate, assist and inspire.

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In 2013, while Sofia Keck walked down Mission Street in San Francisco with her husband , she noticed that a Pollo Campero restaurant was in the process of opening a location in the neighborhood.

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Email By Gabriela Arvizu | November 17, 2014 During her childhood in Guadalajara, Mexico, Laura Moreno learned  how to sew – she made everything from clothes to pillowcases to tablecloths. Soon enough her creativity around sewing began to flourish. In elementary school, Moreno took one of her father’s white working gloves and sewed sequence onto […]

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A recipe for success can take quite a few ingredients to perfect – time, perseverance and dedication. Restaurant entrepreneur, Eduardo Rallo, has perfected his recipe.

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EmailWhen Emerson Malca was 17-years-old, he left Trujillo, Peru with the goal of studying robotics in the U.S. Ten years later, Malca isn’t building robots, he’s building online platforms that have already reached over 3 million students across the country. “There are a hundred ways to help people, but I chose education,” Malca said. Malca, 27, […]

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EmailAs savvy business women, Wendy Villalpando, 30, and Daniela Santana, 27, know that part of being successful is being comfortable with change. Villalpando from Tule Lake, Calif. and Santana from Live Oak, Calif. have used  technology  to expand their business, Glam Boutique, an online boutique for women (www.shopglam.us). Glam Boutique started as a storefront in Oregon, the […]

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Last week over 100 employees from top Bay Area companies, including Wells Fargo, Visa, PG&E, Verizon, Clorox, Gap, Univision, and others, got together to discuss The Power of the Latino Consumer.

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