Reseña del Convulsionado Año 2005
El año que acaba de terminar, dejó una estela de dolor, destrucción y de muerte. El año 2005, fue un año devastador para el género humano, se sufrieron inundaciones, guerras, terremotos, asesinatos, muerte de importantes personajes, violencia intrafamiliar y callejera y la cauda es interminable, tal parece que empiezan a cum-plirse las profecías bíblicas, nostradámicas, mayas, incas y otras.
Bimbo a larger than life influence on reggaeton
By Francisco H. Ciriza
While Latin hip-hop and rap has been the causeway to a considerable flow of both industry and consumer dollars over the past five years, it’s reggaeton that has provided a fresh face on the contemporary Latin music scene.
Eighth Annual San Diego Multicultural Festival Celebrates Cultural Diversity
San Diego’s cultural diversity will again be celebrated at the Eighth Annual San Diego Multicultural Festival on Saturday, January 14, 2006. The free event will feature a variety of food, entertainment and fun for the entire family. The festival takes place from 11:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m. coinciding with the Martin Luther King Jr. Day Parade, and will be held on the Martin Luther King Jr. Promenade on the north side of Harbor Drive between Market Street and Fourth Avenue, across from the San Diego Convention Center.
Happy New Year Champ!
“RBF” President & Founder Alex Ramos, a former potential Olympic hero and USBA title holder, is one of boxing’s few true champions!
By Mike Indri
By the time Alex “The Bronx Bomber” Ramos had reached the tender age of eleven, he was making quite a name for himself at New York’s TelStar gym on West 28th Street. At an age where most young boys were playing little league baseball or finally learning to ride their bikes - without the training wheels, Ramos was knocking out grown men; at the obsessive behest of his success driven father and under the watchful eye of gym owner Gil Clancy. “The gym was filled with nothing but pros, Emile Griffith trained there”, Ramos stated proudly, “I was the only amateur in the gym, and I was only a kid”.
By Lyn Sherwood
MEXICO’S GREATEST BULLFIGHT EMPRESARIO, DR. GAONA, DIES
Plaza Mexico Empresa Herrerías Tries to Bribe, Threatens to Kill. Mexican Matadors’ Representative
It is with deep, personal regret and sense of loss that Bullfight World announces the death of Dr. Alfonso Gaona, who passed away Jan. 2, following a long illness. On Jan. 22nd, he would have been 94 years old.