En estos días los televidentes tienen doble tanda de Karyme Lozano. A las 7 de la noche es la mala del cuento en “El manantial” y a las 9 de la noche protagoniza el refrito de las Amazonas, convenientemente retitulado “Niña amada mia”.
Frankie J believes in himself
By Francisco Ciriza
Tijuana native Frankie J. has recently released a Spanish version of his latest, self-titled, English-language CD on Sony Discos. With a great artistic divide amongst those artists who make the cross-over from their Native Spanish to English, Frankie J. has done something slightly different. He’s gone from English to Spanish. However, instead of a mere translation of one recording to another, he’s also added four new songs to the all-Spanish record with some help from former Luis Miguel collaborator, Kiko Ciprian, who resides here in San Diego, as well.
Mosaico de Actividades Culturales en Tijuana
Por: Paco Zavala
En el Teatro del Estado en la ciudad de Mexicali, B.C. el próximo 15 de noviembre a las 20:00 horas, presentarán a la soprano Esther González y a la pianista Elena Getman, en un concierto de ópera denominado “Romance de Otoño”, en el que se interpretarán arias de ópera y obras para piano, abarcando un repertorio clásico romántico de los siglos XVIII y XIX, formado por obras de Mozart, Chopin, Verdi, Strauss, Schubert, Puccini, Schumann entre otros.
Triunfan, Dos Talentos, Dos Personalidades Latinoamericanas en los EE.UU
Por: Paco Zavala
Cuando el general y gran conquistador del mundo de sus tiempos, Julio César, decidió tomar la carrera de las armas y las cuales lo llevarían a convertirse en uno de los más grandes generales conquistadores y estadístas que narra la historia, era muy jovencito. Desde muy temprana edad comienza su lucha en la vida; educado con los más grandes maestros de su época, a los 17 años de edad era ya sacérdote de Júpiter.
Calendar of Events...
By Berenice Cisneros
**The Boys Next Door” plays October 10 November 16 at Lamb’s Players Theatre. These boys are the most unique bunch of neighbors you could ask for golf pro, expert on Russian, donut king, exterminator, but Tom Griffin’s funny, heartwarming story of an extraordinary group of developmentally disabled men living in a most unusual group home is one of Lamb’s Players Theatre’s biggest hits ever. Tickets are $20 - $40 and are available by calling 437-0600 or online at lambsplayers.org.
Gabe Ruelas And Dan Goossen: Boxing Is Family Business
By Fiona Manning
When promoter Dan Goossen was looking for someone to act as a Spanish translator and media liaison officer for his burgeoning boxing enterprise Goossen Tutor Promotions, he reached back into the future and selected boxing legend, former WBC super feather weight champion, Gabriel Ruelas to take the reins.
Water Polo Set For Conference Championships
Harper Leads Both Men’s And Women’s Teams Into Miramar
By Jaime Cárdenas
CHULA VISTA Southwestern College men’s and women’s water polo teams will compete in the Pacific Coast Conference championship tournament this weekend Friday, Nov. 7 and Saturday, Nov. 8 at Miramar College.
SWC Ready For Southern California, But Is Southern California Ready For SWC?
By Jaime Cárdenas
CHULA VISTA “We are ready... We are ready... We are ready!”
San Diego State Falls in MWC Quarterfinal, 2-1
Aztecs out-shoot UNLV, 12-4, in the loss
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah Despite out-shooting its opponent, 12-4, San Diego State (7-10-2) fell to UNLV (9-9-2), 2-1, in a Mountain West Conference Quarterfinal game Wednesday evening. The game was played in front of a snowy white Wasatch Mountain Range and under the bright lights and snow-covered seats of Rice-Eccles Stadium, home of the 2002 Winter Olympics and the University of Utah football team.
U.S. Army Brings Free Soccer Clinics to San Diego Campuses and Soccer Fields
Soccer Players Citywide ‘Get Drafted’ For High Energy Day With Major League Soccer Players, Scrimmages, Prizes and Sweepstakes
Grab your cleats and get drafted for a weekend of soccer with the U.S. Army and Major League Soccer forward Bobby Rhine of the Dallas Burn. Through “Goal Army Play with the Pros,” the U.S. Army is offering a free, high-energy day of tips, drills, fast-paced scrimmages, giveaways and sweepstakes on San Diego campuses and soccer fields. The Army is recruiting San Diego college and high school players of all abilities, races and backgrounds to dribble, pass, trap and shoot alongside the pros and receive hands-on instruction. Players can choose from three different San Diego clinics from Friday through Sunday, November 14-16, 2003.