Las Vegas, Nevada Gran expectativa creó Luis Miguel ante su público luego de una prolongada ausencia por los escenarios. Con un concierto previo “para calentar los motores” en Palm Springs, California, el cantante presentó su nueva producción, titulada simplemente “33”.
Cheap Trick -Veterans Put On Show Only A Veteran Group Could
By Francisco H. Ciriza
The band’s prime, according to many, has come and gone. Few rock fans are unaware of the late seventies pop rock idols that took the world by storm. To those in the industry and those who truly understand the dynamics of the creativity and discipline involved in the music making business, Cheap Trick are not only still in their prime, they also have obviously descoverd the founain of youth.
Social Consciousness Through Artistic Means
So, you’d spend almost $9, by yourself, to go see Arnold kill everyone in his latest flicks, then go back to your run-down neighborhood, and watch him and his real life co-stars kill democracy on CNN or FOX? Chale! Under the auspices of Chicano family-oriented publishing house, Calaca Press, comes entertainment for the mind. Whether you are socially conscious or not, whether you’re ready for art that questions the system your stuck in or not, the Red CalacArts Collective is stepping up to the stage to bring it to you.
Bazaar del Mundo’s 6th Annual “Días de los Muertos” Celebration Brings Mexican Folk Tradition to San Diego
Old Town San Diego’s Bazaar del Mundo will present the authentic trappings of an ancient Mexican folk holiday during its 6th annual Día de los Muertos (Days of the Dead) celebration, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 25 through Sunday, Nov. 2.
Mosaico de Actividades Culturales en Tijuana
Por: Paco Zavala
Bueno, corre un año más y nuevamente repetimos la realización de algunos acontecimientos anuales y otros de nueva imágen, como las Fiestas del Sol en Mexicali, el Festival Cervantino en Guanajuato, de grata memoria por la riqueza de su contenido artístico y cultural. También nuevamente llegó el 15 de octubre y la Casa de la Cultura Altamira llegó a su XXVI Aniversario, fecha por la cual organizó un programa especial que se verificó en las propias instalaciones de este centro cultural.
Halloween Calendar of Events
Library Plans Harry Potter Twist To Halloween Program
The Children’s Librarians of the Oceanside Public Library are planning a different approach to Halloween this year. Instead of the usual ghosts, pumpkins, and black cats, the Children’s Program Room at the Civic Center Library will be transformed into the Shrieking Shack made famous in the Harry Potter series.
Calendar of Events
By Berenice Cisneros
Films & Plays
**The Christian Youth Theater will present Annie October 24 through November 2 at Eastlake High School, Ruth Chapman Performing Arts Center in Chula Vista. This is America’s most famous orphan, Annie, who brings hope to Daddy Warbucks and President Roosevelt as she searches for her lost parents during the Depression. The cast of 66 are all students ages 8 18. Tickets are $9 for adults. The Theater is located at 1120 Eastlake Parkway in Chula Vista.
Julio Gonzalez: “Records Are Made To Be Broken”
By Fiona Manning
While the rest of the California boxing world will be attending the World Boxing Hall of Fame banquet at Commerce Casino tomorrow [Saturday] night, the southland’s hottest fighter, light heavyweight contender Julio Gonzalez will be lacing up the gloves far away at the Color Line Arena in Hamurg, Germany, intent on taking WBO champion Dariusz Michalczewski’s championship.
Germany Crowned Champion, U.S. Takes Third in WWC
By John Philip Wyllie
For the second time in four years, Southern California soccer fans had the opportunity last weekend to witness the dramatic conclusion of a Women’s World Cup. While not as spectacular or grandiose as its 1999 predecessor, the two-day event played before near capacity crowds at Carson’s beautiful new Home Depot Center offered quality soccer, high drama, colorful, enthusiastic fans and a touch of sadness.
By Lyn Sherwood
Last Sunday (Oct. 12) was a great homecoming for this reporter, who flew into San Diego from Texas and was hosted by Bruce Hutton and Gary Sloan. The reason was to be honored in Plaza Monumental de Tijuana with an homenage, marking my 50 years as a bullfight photographer.
Jaguars Dominate Coyotes In Conference Opener
Custodio scores two goals in first half and assists on the fourth one
By Jaime Cárdenas
CHULA VISTA Southwestern College men’s soccer team had not played a game in more than a week heading into last week’s Pacific Coast Conference opener against Cuyamaca College at home. Head coach Robert Flores was concerned that his team might come out flat and rusty.
SWC Goes To College Of The Desert In Search Of Oasis
Jaguars Looks To Get Back On The Winning Track
By Jaime Cárdenas
CHULA VISTA The Southwestern College Jaguars football team travels to Palm Desert this Saturday to face the College of the Desert Roadrunners.
Abraha Leads Way For Men’s Team In Absence Of Alvarez
By Jaime Cárdenas
CHULA VISTA Running without their strongest runner, the Southwestern College men’s cross country team came in fifth place last Saturday at the Irvine Invitational.