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West Hills’ actors revise Luis Valdez’s “El Soldado Razo” for today’s economyavatar

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Several classmates from the West Hills College Chicano Theatre will reincarnate “El Soldado Razo,” the play written by Luis Valdez. Jesús Murillo, Naomi Rodríguez, Sherry Charles, Jenny Leyva and Karina Casareal, among several others from West Hills, have been rehearsing for upcoming shows in several westside communities near Firebaugh and Mendota. These students make up a good [...]

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April 9th, 2009 at 4:56 pm

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Oh c’mon! The Federación said they trusted Eriksson too.avatar

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Javier Aguirre, a.k.a. el “Vasco” may be El Tricolor’s newest coach, but …  it could just be more of the same.    Sven-Goran Eriksson and the Mexican national soccer team lost 3-1 to Honduras in the last CONCACAF World Cup qualifier on the road on April 1, which led to his demise.  I guess it’s hard to remember [...]

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April 8th, 2009 at 5:15 pm

No Way México Could Lose At Azteca; Next Up: Hondurasavatar

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It’s easy to say that México’s triumphant 2-0 victory over Costa Rica last Saturday was a sure bet. The loss to United States (World Ranking is 17) was heartfelt, but not unforeseen. But it’s not a numbers game for El Tri, whose ranked 23rd, against the No. 32 Costa Rica. The win still is pretty good, but again, [...]

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March 31st, 2009 at 10:41 pm

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