Carlos Martinez, manager of Cafe La Taza on Mission Street, says business runs in the family. His father, Noel Martinez, managed a supermarket in his native Nicaragua before moving to the United States with his...
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Regulars at La Taza Café find community, friendship.
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A book launching tonight in the Mission District reveals Venezuelans "with or without Chávez," will continue his revolution.
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