La sala de lectura del CECUT (Centro Cultural Tijuana) hierve con risas adolescentes paseándose entre las cámaras de television, todos miran al frente, donde todavía, no hay nadie.
Me enamoré de un angel: Guardianes del Amor present its new album
By: Pablo De Sainz
During the grupero movement that took place on radio in the Southwestern U.S. and Northern Mexico during the 90s, Guardianes del Amor was famous thanks to its hit “Cuatro palabras” and to Arturo Rodriguez, the groups singer and accordion player.
Sparx returns with more romantic music
By: Pablo De Sainz
In 1982 there was a children’s talent contest in Mexico where boys and girls of all ages could show off their different forms of making music. The show was called “Juguemos a cantar” and was broadcasted and organized by Televisa, the world’s largest Spanish-language television network.
Nee-Nee Gwynn ~ Stepping Up To The Plate
Anisha Gwynn, nicknamed “Nee-Nee” as a youth, was born and raised in San Diego, California. Being the daughter of famed major leaguer Tony Gwynn, the San Diego Padres’ 20-year career veteran, hasn’t prevented Nee-Nee from developing her own talents and a strong sense of self. This is clearly evident by the songs Nee-Nee has chosen to sing, as well as the tonality of her voice when she sings them.
Calendar of Events...
By Berenice Cisneros
A Latin Beat Celebration
SFJAZZ Spring Season 2003 celebrates its fourth year with world-class music, one-of-a-kind performances, powerful pairings and world premieres, March 21 through July 26. www.sfjazz.org. Here is the schedule: March 22, 8pm, Bill Graham Civic Auditorium, A Salsa Dance Party, Eddie Palmieri and La Perfecta, II India. $35 general admission.
UNITY Fest: An Evening of Multi-Cultural Performances Promoting Hate-Free Communities
On April 4th 2003, at the Spreckels Theater, 6:00 p.m.-9:30 p.m., the Fair Housing Council of San Diego and the City of San Diego Human Relations Commission will present UNITY Fest 2003! In its third year hate prevention program is designed to combat hate and hate-incidents/crimes in housing and neighborhoods through the unifying forces of cultural awareness and appreciation.
Music in Motion, la voz y el movimiento juvenil de San Diego
Por: Ericka A. Montes de Oca
Granger High School localizada en National City tiene la fortuna de contar con un grupo musical que tendrá el honor de representar a San Diego el mes de abril, en la ciudad de los trenes eléctricos, San Francisco, en una competencia de carácter nacional, en donde participarán escuelas de todos los Estados de la Unión Americana.
Cambio de Mesa Directiva de la Asociación de Traductores Profesionales
Por: Paco Zavala
El pasado sábado 15 de Marzo, a las 9:00 am. en un lujoso restaurante de la Zona del Río, en solemne ceremonia se llevó a efecto el cambio de mesa directiva de la Asociación de Traductores e Intérpretes de Baja California. A.C.
Mosaico de Actividades Culturales en Tijuana
Por Paco Zavala
En plena efervescencia de guerra, nos encontramos con una serie de actividades que en un clima de paz alterada, se están llevando a efecto y se organizan ya, para el próximo mes de abril, si las circunstancias así lo permiten.
Mexico Gearing Up For World Cup Showdown
By John Philip Wyllie
With its opportunity to qualify for the 2003 Women’s World Cup looming just two months away, Mexico’s women’s national team is picking up the pace. Mexico has been training in San Diego recently preparing for its home and away series against an as of yet undetermined Asian opponent. South Korea, a team that Mexico defeated a few months ago, appears to be El Tricolores most likely challenger. The winner of that series (to be played May 10 in Mexico City and May 16 somewhere in Asia) will advance to the Women’s World Cup next fall in China.
U.S. Women Defeat China, 2-0, To Win Algarve Cup Title
LOULÉ, Portugal, March 20, 2003 - Two goals in a four-minute span of the second half by San Diego Spirit star Shannon MacMillan and Mia Hamm, each assisted by the other, gave the U.S. Women’s National Team a 2-0 victory over China in the championship of the 2003 Algarve Cup.The win marked the second time the USA has won this prestigious tournament, considered the world’s most competitive women’s international event outside of the Women’s World Cup, the Olympics and the European Championships. The USA also won in 2000, giving U.S. head coach April Heinrichs two Algarve Cup titles.
Franco Flattens Garcia In ‘Path To Glory’
By Fiona Manning
Junior welterweight prospect Raul Franco dazzled the crowd with his glittery red and silver shorts and lightning fast hands in his second round demolition job on last minute sub Pedro “Huracan” Garcia in the main event of the World Boxing Hall of Fame’s “Path To Glory” series at the Doubletree Hotel in Ontario on Monday night.
Hewitt and Clijsters Victorious at Pacific Life Open
By: J. Fred Sidhu
INDIAN WELLS, CA It was a love match at the Indian Wells Tennis Garden last Sunday as Australia’s Lleyton Hewitt breezed past Gustavo Kuerten of Brazil, 6-1, 6-1 to win the men’s singles championship at the Pacific Life Open.
U.S. Men’s Tennis Looking Brighter
By: J. Fred Sidhu
Indian Wells, Ca. It did not look good.
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