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It was by a similar coincidence that Franco discovered Casa Esperanza, an anti-poverty agency founded by nuns that had been operating for 14 years out of two apartment units on Blythe Street.
1 -- color) The Blythe Street community in Panorama City bears the heat Monday to attend the groundbreaking ceremony of the highly anticipated Casa Esperanza community center.
Army/Air Force Joint Cargo Aircraft (JCA) requirement by Team JCA - a joint effort of Raytheon and EADS CASA North America.
Tasting Notes for Herradura Coleccion de la Casa, Reserva 2014 C Scotch Cask Finish Reposado Color: Warm gold with brilliant hues.
Casa Vega restaurant owner and founder Rafael ``Ray'' Vega talks with regular Leslie Gerard, 42, on the eve of the eatery's 50th anniversary in Sherman Oaks.
About the Series: A Place of Our Own and Los NiSos en Su Casa are produced as part of KCEd[TM], the education initiative at KCET.
The full line of Casas Ink Classic and Limited Edition t-shirts and tanks can be viewed and ordered through their online store, www.
CASAs investigate the child's circumstances and make recommendations to the Court, work to secure needed services, and serve as a mentor and guide for the child.
Like Smith, Casas avoids pat answers, preferring to raise difficult questions by presenting a collection of flawed, striving, living human beings.
Pop for Hope encourages participants to either blow a bubble gum or soap bubble, challenge a friend, school, organization or business to do the same and donate to Casa de Esperanza.
The Casa Batllo's facade incorporates architectural details that express many allegories, one of which evokes the legend of a ferocious dragon, asleep on the roof.