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The author's grandfather, Vicente Guerra, is pictured in a mug shot from San Quentin State Prison. He was sentenced to five years to life for the 1931 murder of Joseph Retotar. California State Archives hide caption

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My Grandfather, A Killer

Denise Guerra, a second-generation Filipino American, never met her grandfather. When she finally learned a long-held family secret, it shattered her view of the quintessential immigrant narrative.

Sunlit Cloudchord & G Mills
Morning Crackle
Drift Molife
Are You Feelin' It Teddybears & Elephant Man
Untangle Four Tet

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One Word Builds A World In 'La La La'

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The venerable Preservation Hall Jazz Band makes a trip to Cuba and the results are funky sabroso Courtesy of the Artist hide caption

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Alt.Latino Playlist: From Up North To Down South

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Muito Calor Ozuna, Anitta
Culebra Ani Cordero
Kelvinator Kaki King
Solipsist Kaki King

The author's grandfather, Vicente Guerra, is pictured in a mug shot from San Quentin State Prison. He was sentenced to five years to life for the 1931 murder of Joseph Retotar. California State Archives hide caption

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My Grandfather, A Killer

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Mahmee CEO Melissa Hanna (right) and her mother, Linda Hanna (left), co-founded the company in 2014. Linda's more than 40 years of clinical experience as a registered nurse and certified lactation consultant helped them understand the need, they say. Keith Alcantara/Mahmee hide caption

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This App Aims To Save New Moms' Lives

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Far Away Coast Koresma
Pokémon Go!
I Can't Give Your Time Back Taylor McFerrin

Robert Findley died after falling on the ice during a winter storm this February in Fort Scott, Kan. Mercy Hospital had recently closed, so he had to be flown to a neurology center 90 miles north in Kansas City, Mo. Christopher Smith for Kaiser Health News hide caption

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No Mercy: After The Hospital Closes, How Do People Get Emergency Care?

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When I Say Jazzmeia Horn
Afro Blue/Eye See You/Wade in the Water Jazzmeia Horn

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