Monthly Archives: August 2017

Dr. Michael V. Rosario, PHD, Doctor of Philosophy, graduated at Duke University, BIomechanics, Master of Science at University of Massachusetts, Amhurst.

Alex & Emma Sausa celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary with family

Story by Harvey I. Barkin | Photos by Gary De Guzman DALY CITY – When the unknown Mongol first used his helmet to simmer broth and drop pieces of meat and vegetables into the concoction, he didn’t realize that people all over the world would still be doing it a thousand years later. But now they use hot pots. Well into the age of social media, hot pot is still trending as a communal network. If you spent a day of chatting, posting, blasting, exchanging photos, try go...

Agency develops strategy to further detect and deter fraud WASHINGTON –U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services has begun a multiphase approach to expand interviews across benefit types, focusing on benefits that, if granted, allow an individual to permanently reside in the United States. Conducting these in-person interviews will further strengthen the agency’s fraud detection and national security initiatives. This change complies with Executive Order 13780, “Protect...

SAN JOSE – Nearly 300 residents gathered for the first in a series of community-led town halls on the potential impacts across the City, as well as the opportunities, of Google’s proposed San Jose Mega-Campus. Residents shared their vision for addressing issues of affordable housing, access to quality jobs and education and other community needs within the project. “I have lived in the east side of San Jose my whole life and I have seen the many changes that have happened ...

(Standing L-R) Lorenzo Salcedo (Marshal); Robert Burnside, PCP (Advocate); David Schwartz (Treasurer) ; Art Londos (Vice-President); Rev Fr. Antony Vazhappilly (Chaplain); Manuel Diaz (President).

Statewide initiative to prepare California for the automation revolution SAN FRANCISCO – Supervisor Jane Kim recently announced she is launching Jobs of the Future Fund – a statewide effort focused on building support for a common-sense proposal to fund re-training and education for displaced workers and help create new meaningful jobs. Independent experts reported that as many as 47 percent of U.S. jobs may be lost to automation in the next 20 years. The United States ...

SAN FRANCISCO, Calif.—With the devastation caused by Hurricane Harvey for the people of Texas and Louisiana, Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) and its employees in California want to help. Starting today, PG&E employees will be able to donate to the American Red Cross for its Hurricane Harvey relief efforts. In addition, the company will match those donations up to $50,000, providing as much as $100,000 or more in aid. “We send our thoughts and prayers to ...

By Macon Araneta | FilAm Star Correspondent Sen. Richard Gordon, chair of the Senate Blue Ribbon Committee, called on former Customs Commissioner Nicanor Faeldon to submit documents to support his accusations that Sen. Panfilo Lacson’s son is the top smuggler at the Bureau of Customs (BoC). “Faeldon should send us the evidence so we can study them... if I can see the documents and there’s an affidavit, then I can make a better decision,” Gordon said. Gordon also said...