The escape (part one)

By: Fernando F Hermida

José Carlos Olazábal was studying medicine in Havana when the whole country exploded into pieces. It was July 2021 and the heat of the island had made the most desperate situation that Cuba had experienced in … Read More


Family technology use contract

By Renee Ruffin-Price

So that our grandchildren will know that the guidelines we have talked about regarding their use of cell phones, laptops, tablets, and the internet are a serious matter, we are using a family … Read More


Leading Excellence: Raising the Bar!

By Lt. Col. Ralph Gracia USAF Ret.
Guest Columnist

In this edition, I will highlight the Air Force Junior ROTC (AFJROTC) program at Franklin K. Lane (FKL) Educational Campus. I will also recognize the Senior Aerospace Science Instructor, MSgt Eddie … Read More


Saying “oui” to Tahiti

By Georgina Cruz

If someone would ask me to name my favorite earthly Eden, my answer would be Tahiti and its islands of Bora Bora and Moorea in French Polynesia. An archipelago of  118 islands in the South Seas, French … Read More