The last Pendleton shirt
By Al Carlos Hernandez
As a point of reference, a Pendleton, is a very warm flannel buttoned down collar shirt that comes in many colors, usually plaid. The shirt is the mainstay of a uniform worn by old style Pachucos, Vato Locos, and a few retro Cholo/Homeboys. Street tradition dictates that the shirt, irrespective of weather, is always ironed, creased and worn buttoned to the top no matter what.
The Rebirth of Cool: Groundbreaking Jazz is back in the San Diego club scene!
By Luis Alonso Pérez
It’s a lazy Monday night and the streets around North Park look deserted. Maybe everyone is home watching television or taking an early plunge into bed.
El Tri true legends (not just in their own minds, either!)
By Francisco H. Ciriza
Mexico City’s El Tri and its leader, Alex Lora, are the epitome of living legends. Lora is himself, a virtual encyclopedia of rock en Español history. His musical career began in the late sixties, with his first group, Three Souls in My Mind, played rock and roll and sang all of its songs in English. However, by the time the group was to record its third album, Lora decided to start singing in Spanish.
Renovan al Comité Ejecutivo Nacional de la Asociación Nacional de Actores en México
“Renombradas Actríces: María Sorté, Lilia Aragón, Blanca Sánchez, Lucy Tovar, Carmelita González, Andrea Coto, en este Comité Nacional”
Por: Paco Zavala
La Asocición Nacional de Actores, de acuerdo con su demanda estatutaria cada cuatro años debe cambiar al comité nacional que dirige los destinos de la organización artística sindical más importante de México. Para este año le corresponde efectuar dicho cambio. Para realizar este evento en el que participan todos los actores mexicanos con credencial de socio activo y con todos sus derechos sindicales en regla, se convoca a la participación de los mismos.
Mexicans and Filipinos share common history in California
Discussion at UCSD will highlight the historical coalitions of the two groups during the farmworker movement.
By Pablo Jaime Sainz
Andy Imutan. Larry Itliong. Philip Vera-Cruz.
VAMOS AL CINE:
Antonio marca el paso
Banderas personifica a Pierre Dulane en Take the Lead
Por Jose Daniel Bort
Es una máquina de expresar ideas, y lo más importante es que las expresa con tanta energía y habilidad que es capaz de mantener un salón lleno de periodistas al borde de sus sillas embobados escuchándolo. Pero para Antonio Banderas, el mejor público son unos cuantos estudiantes de High School.
Sanchez Shooting for CIF Titles
By John Philip Wyllie
Chris Sanchez already holds a handful of Bonita Vista High School swimming records. He is arguably the finest swimmer to ever emerge from the South Bay institution in its 37 years of existence. Not content to rest on his laurels, Sanchez is shooting for something really special in this, his senior season: a CIF title. And his chances of gaining one are very good.
Three-time World Cup Veteran Tony Meola to Earn 100th Cap in Match
U.S. Men’s National Team Manager Bruce Arena has selected 18 players to face Jamaica on April 11 Cary, N.C., in the final match prior to naming his 23-man roster for the 2006 FIFA World Cup. Three-time World Cup veteran Tony Meola will earn his 100th cap for the United States at sold-out SAS Soccer Park in a match broadcast live on ESPN2 at 7 p.m. ET (tape-delay on Telemundo). Fans can also follow live on ussoc cer.com’s MatchTracker.
Return to Archieves Page
By Lyn Sherwood
Is This The Future of Mexican Bullfighting?
Spanish Novillero Paco Riquelme, the Only One Worth Watching
It is said that to see what bullfighting will be, tomorrow, one should examine the up- and-coming novilleros of today. But, if that which I saw, April 2, in Nuevo Laredo, was an indication of the future of La Fiesta Brava Mexicana, then this aficionado declines to participate, thank you.