Facts & spin for May 19 2022 top stories: A drug-smuggling tunnel links San Diego with Tijuana, FBI investigates a Dallas shooting as an anti-Asian hate crime, US successfully tests a hypersonic missile, a Democrat wins the Pennsylvania senate primary days after a stroke, a Clinton lawyer is on trial for lying about Trump, Starbucks will cover abortion travel, McDonald's will exit Russia, the FDA makes a deal with Abbott to ease baby formula shortage, Kiev's first war crimes trial starts, and Sri Lanka's parliament reconvenes amidst crisis. Sources: https://www.improvethenews.org/
When the Biden administration announced that the United States would accept up to 100,000 Ukrainian refugees, hundreds began to show up daily at the US-Mexico border. With a scarcity of appointments at US consulates in Europe, for those who could afford airfare, this circuitous route was their best option. “At the peak of it, there were over a thousand Ukrainian nationals, enough to fill a shelter in Tijuana,” KPBS immigration reporter Gustavo Solis explained to Ray Suarez. “They would get picked up at the airport and volunteers would be ready. There was even a guy playing music for them – like a welcome party in Tijuana.” Then they would be processed the next day. As you might imagine, that streamlined process isn't the same for most other refugees seeking asylum in the United States. Depending on your country of origin, entering the US at the San Ysidro crossing between Tijuana and San Diego can be quite a bit more complicated...or even impossible. Guest: Gustavo Solis, Investigative Border Reporter for KPBS Host: Ray Suarez, host of World Affairs If you appreciate this episode and want to support the work we do, please consider making a donation to World Affairs. We cannot do this work without your help. Thank you.
No te pierdas los directos de lunes a viernes 11 pmTransmitiendo desde Ciudad Mante TamaulipasEn el programa de hoy hablamos sobre uno de los casos mas increíbles en casas embrujadas de México, esto paso en Tijuana.
A drug-smuggling tunnel links San Diego with Tijuana, FBI investigates a Dallas shooting as an anti-Asian hate crime, US sucessfully tests a hypersonic missile, a Democrat wins the Pennsylvania senate primary days after a stroke, a Clinton lawyer is on trial for lying about Trump, Starbucks will cover abortion travel, McDonald's will exit Russia, the FDA makes a deal with Abbott to ease baby formula shortage, Kiev's first war crimes trial starts, and Sri Lanka's parliament reconvenes amidst crisis.
When we first heard from Jackie Amezquita four years ago, she was an ArtCenter Fine Art student on the cusp of graduating. In a raw and revealing interview, she traced the arduous path she'd walked to find the stability she needed to risk everything for her art. Her remarkable journey (captured in E14 of Change Lab) began in her native Guatemala, where surging violence and poverty had forced Jackie's mother to migrate to the United States to provide for her family. At age seventeen, Jackie followed her mother's footsteps to the US (quite literally), and barely survived a dangerous border crossing. After years spent working as an undocumented nanny to put herself through community college, Jackie eventually earned her Bachelor of Fine Art at ArtCenter. Her thesis project drew international media coverage when she bravely embarked on a second grueling walk from the Tijuana border all the way to Downtown Los Angeles. The power of her resilience and grit continues to stand out as an example of a purpose-driven artist whose message brilliantly aligns with her chosen medium. We've held her story close to our hearts, and the hardships she's transmuted into art resonated all the more this season as we explore the alchemy of creativity and adversity. It's for those reasons that We've asked Jackie to join us as Change Lab's first returning guest, even as she puts the finishing touches on her MFA thesis at UCLA. We waned to know more about her investigation into grief and displacement, and we were fascinated by the bravery and creative energy it took to revisit her trauma and to give depth and dimension to a painful story that needed to be told. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The authorities in San Diego uncovered an elaborate smugglers tunnel that led from a warehouse in San Diego to Tijuana. Not only was the tunnel snuffed out, the police arrested six people and hundreds of pounds of drugs were also seized. The feds were able to find this one, but how many more are there running directly under the most fortified part of the border wall? (commercial at 9:08)to contact me:firstname.lastname@example.org:https://nypost.com/2022/05/17/drug-smuggling-tunnel-shut-down-at-us-mexican-border/
In the late 1990s, a turf war between the Arellano-Felix and Sinaloa cartels in Tijuana led to mayhem and corruption. But as the cartel-fueled violence continued, residents in the city lived their lives.Sandra Dibble was a reporter for the San Diego Union-Tribune at the time, and she treated her visiting mom to handmade corn tortillas, Cafe de la olla, and eggs drenched in mole in Tijuana's upscale neighborhood. She took her brother to Tijuana's famous Mercado Miguel Hidalgo to buy tamales. And she got on stage to play a noblewoman in a Tijuana Opera performance of “Romeo and Juliet.”During the day, though, she reported on the mayhem. She talks about this dichotomy in Episode 5 of “Border City.” Read the transcript here.Host: Sandra DibbleMore reading:The collapse of Mexico's ‘invincible' drug cartelLos Tucanes de Tijuana: Banned in their namesake border cityArts are beginning to blossom in Tijuana
In today's show, we opened up the phone lines after reporting on a man who proposed to his girlfriend at her dad's funeral! Was he wrong for proposing this way? Meanwhile, we send Edwin's girl on a "Jealousy Trip,'' because she attacked his "sancha" on social media! Moreover, we take "En Pochas Palabras" to the streets and Eddie "The Virgin'' battles a fellow “no sabo” kid! Lastly, we share the children's reactions from "Create Purpose" in Tijuana, after they received 10 brand new laptops from the fundraiser we had!
The police are once again under fire in Mexico. After authorities were caught on film hanging a man upside down in a truck and beating him, that same man turned up dead. Now, his family is demanding answers. (commercial at 7:09)to contact me:email@example.com:https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/world/they-beat-him-to-death-tijuana-police-officers-accused-of-torturing-u-s-resident/ar-AAWTrwU?ocid=msedgntp&cvid=36e2378db9ba46d7a51dd56f2b3981cc
Topic: 對現狀不滿拉美從傾右變傾左 Leftists Replacing Right-Wing Leaders Across Latin America In the final weeks of 2021, Chile and Honduras voted decisively for leftist presidents to replace leaders on the right, extending a significant, multiyear shift across Latin America. 在2021年的最後幾周，智利和宏都拉斯果斷地投票支援 左翼總統取代右翼領導人，延續 了整個拉丁美洲長達數年的重大轉變。 This year, leftist politicians are the favorites to win presidential elections in Colombia and Brazil, taking over from right-wing incumbents, which would put the left and center-left in power in the six largest economies in the region, stretching from Tijuana to Tierra del Fuego. 今年，左翼政客是贏得哥倫比亞和巴西總統選舉的最愛，他們接替了右翼現任者，這將使左翼和中左翼在該地區從蒂華納到火地島的六大經濟體中掌權。 Economic suffering, widening inequality, fervent anti-incumbent sentiment and mismanagement of COVID-19 have all fueled a pendulum swing away from the center-right and right-wing leaders who were dominant a few years ago. 經濟困境、不斷擴大的不平等、狂熱的反現任情緒以及對COVID-19的管理不善，都助長了幾年前佔主導地位的中右翼和右翼領導人的鐘擺擺動。 The left has promised more equitable distribution of wealth, better public services and vastly expanded social safety nets. But the region's new leaders face serious economic constraints and legislative opposition that could restrict their ambitions — and restive voters who have been willing to punish whoever fails to deliver. 左翼承諾更公平地分配財富，提供更好的公共服務，並大大擴展社會安全網。但該地區的新領導人面臨著嚴重的經濟限制和立法反對，這可能會限制他們的野心-以及願意懲罰任何未能兌現承諾的人的不安分選民。 The left's gains could buoy China and undermine the United States as they compete for regional influence, analysts say, with a new crop of Latin American leaders who are desperate for economic development and more open to Beijing's global strategy of offering loans and infrastructure investment. The change could also make it harder for the United States to continue isolating authoritarian leftist regimes in Venezuela, Nicaragua and Cuba. 分析人士說，左翼的收益可能會提振中國，削弱美國，因為他們在爭奪地區影響力時，新一批拉丁美洲領導人迫切希望經濟發展，並對北京的全球戰略持更開放的態度， 提供貸款和 基礎設施投資。這一變化還可能使美國更難繼續孤立委內瑞拉、尼加拉瓜和古巴的獨裁左翼政權。 With rising inflation and stagnant economies, Latin America's new leaders will find it hard to deliver real change on profound problems, said Pedro Mendes Loureiro, a professor of Latin American studies at the University of Cambridge. To some extent, he said, voters are “electing the left simply because it is the opposition at the moment.” 隨著通貨膨脹率上升和經濟停滯，拉丁美洲的新領導人將發現很難在深刻的問題上實現真正的變革，劍橋大學拉丁美洲研究教授佩德羅·門德斯·洛雷羅（Pedro Mendes Loureiro）說。他說，在某種程度上，選民正在"選舉左翼，僅僅是因為它目前是反對派。" Unlike the early 2000s, when leftists won critical presidencies in Latin America, the new officeholders are saddled by debt, lean budgets, scant access to credit and, in many cases, vociferous opposition. 與2000年代初不同，當時左翼分子在拉丁美洲贏得了關鍵的總統職位 ，而新的官員則背負著債務，預算緊張， 信貸匱乏以及在許多情況下大聲反對的負擔。 Eric Hershberg, director of the Center for Latin American and Latino Studies at American University, said the left's winning streak is born out of widespread indignation. 美國大學拉丁美洲和拉丁裔研究中心主任埃裡克·赫什伯格（Eric Hershberg ）表示，左翼的連勝源於 廣泛的憤怒。 “This is really about lower-middle-class and working-class sectors saying, ‘Thirty years into democracy, and we still have to ride a decrepit bus for two hours to get to a bad health clinic,'”Hershberg said. "這實際上是關於中下層階層和工人階層部門說，'民主三十年後，我們仍然必須乘坐破舊的公共汽車兩個小時才能到達一個糟糕的健康診所，'"赫什伯格說。Source article: https://udn.com/news/story/6904/6092284 Next Article Topic : Venezuela, Once an Oil Giant, Reaches the End of an Era For the first time in a century, there are no rigs searching for oil in Venezuela. 百年來，委內瑞拉首次沒有鑽油平台在鑽探石油。 Wells that once tapped the world's largest crude reserves are abandoned or left to flare toxic gases that cast an orange glow over depressed oil towns. 曾自全球最大原油礦藏採油的油井，不是廢棄，就是任由洩漏的毒性氣體逕自燃燒，使附近蕭條的石油城鎮蒙上一層橘光。 Refineries that once processed oil for export are rusting hulks, leaking crude that blackens shorelines and coats the water in an oily sheen. 先前把石油加工出口的煉油廠成了生鏽的殘骸，洩漏的原油染黑了海岸線，並在海面形成一層油光。 Fuel shortages have brought the country to a standstill. At gas stations, lines go on for miles. 燃料短缺使這個國家陷入癱瘓。在加油站，排隊加油的車輛綿延數哩。 Venezuela's colossal oil sector, which shaped the country and the international energy market for a century, has come to a near halt, with production reduced to a trickle by years of gross mismanagement and U.S. sanctions. The collapse is leaving behind a destroyed economy and a devastated environment and, many analysts say, bringing to an end the era of Venezuela as an energy powerhouse. 委內瑞拉龐大的石油業曾形塑這個國家和國際能源市場長達百年，如今卻幾近停頓，由於多年來管理不善和遭受美國制裁，產量只剩一丁點。石油業崩潰導致經濟慘淡，環境重創，且如許多分析家所言，為委國作為能源大國的時代畫下句點。 The country that a decade ago was the largest producer in Latin America, earning about $90 billion a year from oil exports, is expected to net about $2.3 billion by this year's end — less than the aggregate amount that Venezuelan migrants who fled the country's economic devastation will send back home to support their families, according to Pilar Navarro, a Caracas, Venezuela-based economist. 長駐委國首都卡拉卡斯的經濟學家納瓦洛說，當地10年前是拉丁美洲最大產油國，每年出口石油賺進900億美元，但到今年年底，預計可進帳23億美元，還不及為逃避經濟崩潰而出國的國民匯回養家的金錢總額。 Production is the lowest in nearly a century after sanctions forced most oil companies to stop drilling for or buying Venezuelan oil — and even that trickle could dry up soon, analysts warn. 分析家警告，制裁迫使許多石油公司停止鑽探或購買委國石油，以致其產量降到近百年來最低，甚至最後這點生產也可能即將停止。 The decline has diminished beyond recognition a country that just a decade ago rivaled the United States for regional influence. It is also unraveling a national culture defined by oil, a source of cash that once seemed endless; it financed monumental public works and pervasive graft, generous scholarships and flashy shopping trips to Miami. 石油業衰落，使十年前與美國享有同等區域影響力的委內瑞拉面目全非，還破壞了以石油為基礎的的國家文化，石油曾經是看似取之不盡的現金來源：支應大型公共工程，助長普遍存在的貪腐，用以發放豐厚的獎學金，也讓人們享受到美國佛州邁阿密的豪華購物之旅。 Crippling gasoline shortages have led to an outbreak of dozens of daily protests across most Venezuelan states in recent weeks. 汽油嚴重短缺，導致最近幾周委內瑞拉多數州每天總共爆發數十場抗議。 More than 5 million Venezuelans, or 1 in 6 residents, have fled the country since 2015, creating one of the world's greatest refugee crises, according to the United Nations. The country now has the highest poverty rate in Latin America, overtaking Haiti this year, according to a recent study by Venezuela's three leading universities. 聯合國資料顯示，2015年起已有逾500萬，也就是六分之一委國人逃離，是全球最大難民潮之一。委國三所頂尖大學最近的調查顯示，委國今年取代海地，成為拉美貧困率最高的國家。 Source article: https://paper.udn.com/udnpaper/POH0067/358363/web/
Welcome to Rate of Rise Live! Episode #2 brought to you by Roast Magazine! I am thrilled to have had the opportunity to partner with Roast during the SCA 2022 Global EXPO in Boston to have some live face-to-face interviews with 10 of the coffee industry's brightest minds. In this episode we are sitting down with Owner of Little Waves Coffee, Durham, NC, Areli Barerra Grodski! Areli Barrera Grodski is an immigrant from Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico. She moved to San Antonio at 6 years of age and then to Cherokee, NC at 10. It is here where she was introduced to coffee as a community space and to her husband and business partner, Leon Grodski Barrera. She has been working in coffee since 2009 as a barista, coffee shop owner, roaster, and green coffee buyer. She proudly owns three shops called Cocoa Cinnamon and a roastery called Little Waves Coffee Roasters in Durham, NC. Areli is also the Recording Secretary and Board Member of the Coffee Coalition for Racial Equity. Little Waves is the most recent winner of the prestigious Micro-Roaster of the Year Award and in this conversation we chat with Areli all about her and her husband Leon's journey in beginning, growing, and learning through Little Waves Coffee. We cover: Bootstrapping and the uphill battle with a cart The range of challenges and emotions in entrepreneurship The mission behind Little Waves Surviving the pandemic How she defines success Applying values to daily work Open heartedness and growth Representation in coffee Subscribe to Roast Magazine! (Use code "ROR" to get $5 bucks off your subscription) Click here tp watch video of this interview on Roast magazine's YouTube channel! Links: www.littlewaves.coffee www.keystotheshop.com Consulting and coaching: firstname.lastname@example.org
Season 4: Traición || Episode 3 - Under The Bus We are back in Tijuana, Baja Cali 664. An individual I once considered a friend betrays me, and things get out of control. Inside a Sinister Mind is a Prime Film Production Subscribe to Patreon for Bonus Content Patreon.com/insideasinistermind For merch or Patreon Information Visit Insideasinistermind.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/insideasinistermindpod/support
En este episodio el buen Alex y yo, hablamos de las competencias mas recientes como el ADCC trials, el BJJ stars, lo que viene con el nacional abierto de Combat jiujitsu y también sobre la defensa personal para mujeres. Este episodio es traído a ustedes gracias a: Bodega Bjj. Tu tienda en linea para comprar todo lo necesario para practicar jiujitsu en las mejores marcas, a los mejores precios. Directo hasta la puerta de tu casa, o con tiendas físicas en Tijuana y CDMX. Presión & Diamantes. Indumentaria de estilo de vida de jiujitsu, mma y grappling, y equipo de entrenamiento con envío a México y USA. SeminariOss. Una nueva forma de aprender de los mejores en Español. entra y checa los seminarios de los mayores exponentes que tenemos en nuestro idioma. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/pasandoguardia/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/pasandoguardia/support
The death of Mexican crime reporter Margarito Martinez shocked his friends and colleagues in Tijuana. Tom Phillips reports on how the Mexican president's verbal attacks on the press are putting its country's journalists at risk. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/infocus
En el episodio de hoy tenemos un invitado de lujo: el Dr. José Luis Anaya. Aunque el se especializó en Ortopedia, actualmente Dios le ha colocado como a José en Egipto, en un lugar de gran influencia. Actualmente él funge como director general de un Hospital ISSSTE en la Ciudad de Tijuana, B.C. Hoy, al escucharle platicar, nos hemos percatado de que su pasión más grande en la vida no era solo llegar a ser doctor sino ganarse el derecho de poder ayudar a sus prójimos.Contáctanos y envía tus sugerencias a través de nuestro correo electrónico: Podcastpibsy@gmail.com Redes Sociales de PIBSY Plus https://www.facebook.com/Pibsyplus/https://www.instagram.com/pibsyplus/https://pibsyplus.buzzsprout.com/Redes Sociales de Primera Iglesia Bautista de San Ysidro: http://www.pibsy.org/https://www.facebook.com/primeraiglesiabautistadesanysidro/https://www.instagram.com/pibsy_rv/https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCupYNsThdhfGHTPEwyyoysA
Doctors in their white coats protest the violence, while some young musicians refuse to stay home, and an arts promoter opens a new gallery. Sandra feels caught between two worlds as she flies back and forth to Washington to care for her ailing mother.
Listen and subscribe at www.JustProWrestlingNews.com Like the show? Support the show and get bonus content at https://www.patreon.com/justprowrestlingnews I'm Matt Carlins and this is JUST Pro Wrestling News for Friday, May 6, 2022. This update is brought to you by IndyWrestling.us. (STINGER: WWE) Tonight's SmackDown is promoting a tables match…between Kofi Kingston & Xavier Woods and Sheamus & Ridge Holland. Plus, WWE Women's Tag Champ Sasha Banks vs. Shayna Baszler. Big E shared an update on his recovery from a broken neck. He said his “C1 apparently isn't healing optimally” and he'll spend at least another month in a neck brace. But he remains optimistic about his recovery. Meiko Satomura is still the NXT UK Women's Champion. She beat Isla Dawn on Thursday's episode. Some of the “exchange students” from NXT in the U.S. were on the show. Damon Kemp beat Danny Jones. Lash Legend was a guest on Noam Dar's Supernova Sessions talk show segment. Plus, Tiger Turan made his WWE debut with a win over Tate Mayfairs WWE announced a record $333 million dollars in revenue during the first three months of 2022. (STINGER: AEW) Tonight's Rampage is at a VERY early start time: 5:30 PM Eastern. This is due to TNT's coverage of the NHL's Stanley Cup Playoffs. Riho is set to return to action in an Owen Hart Foundation qualifying match against Yuka Sakazaki. Also, Jay Lethal vs. DDT Pro's Konosuke Takeshita…Dr. Britt Baker DMD & Jamie Hayter vs. Toni Storm & Ruby Soho…and Hook vs. JD Drake Top Flight's Darius Martin will apparently be out for 6-to-9 months after a bad car accident. (STINGER: Impact) A title match has been added to Saturday's Under Siege special. Ace Austin will defend the X-Division Title against the former champ Trey Miguel. Austin retained the title with a win over Rocky Romero on last night's Impact. Rich Swann vs. Laredo Kid is now added to the Countdown to Under Siege pre-show. Swann & Willie Mack were defeated by Bullet Club's Jay White & Chris Bey on Thursday's Impact. Also on the show, PCO beat JONAH in a Monster's Ball match. New Japan's Tomohiro Ishii beat Steve Maclin. And W. Morrissey beat Brian Myers in a tables match. Myron Reed is still MLW World Middleweight Champion after a win over Shane Strickland on last night's Fusion. Also on the show, Richard Holliday beat Davey Richards… And the MLW Tag Team Champions Calvin Tankman & EJ Nduka won a non-title match over Budd Heavy & Red Pickins. Mexico's AAA promotion has added a big match to its Triplemania card in Tijuana coming up next month. It'll be a 5-way for BOTH the AAA World Cruiserweight and Latin American titles. Laredo Kid is the Cruiserweight Champ. Taurus is the Latin American Champ. The match will also include Fenix, Bandido, and AAA Mega Champion Hijo Del Vikingo. Over in Japan… A trio of wrestlers who just left Pro-Wrestling NOAH - Eita, Kotaro Suzuki & NOAH's former booker NOSAWA Rongai - are the new Open the Triangle Gate Champions in Dragon Gate. That's JUST Pro Wrestling News for Friday, May 6. Be sure to subscribe to this feed so you don't miss our next update. I'm Matt Carlins. Thank YOU for listening. ~~~Full run down at www.justprowrestlingnews.com ~~~ • • • • • wwe #wrestling #prowrestling #smackdown #wwenetwork #wweraw #romanreigns #ajstyles #NXT #raw #njpw #wwenxt #SethRollins #TNA #johncena #RandyOrton #wrestlemania #ROH #WWF #summerslam #tripleh #aewdynamite #professionalwrestling #aew #allelitewrestling #aewontnt #DeanAmbrose #nxt #KevinOwens #wwesmackdown
In our story and our wine choice, prepare to have your biases challenged and your heart opened. Lydia is a bookshop owner in Acapulco, MX; when a new customer, Javier, begins frequenting her shop, Lydia charms him with her love of books and becomes the ‘queen of his soul' (not his heart…that is reserved for his wife). When Lydia's husband writes an exposé revealing Javier to be the new cartel jefe known as ‘The Owl,' she assures Sebastian that they will be safe. She is so wrong. This begins a journey to El Norte fraught with peril and sacrifice aboard La Bestia, a train heading north and then coyote-run through the desert on foot. It is heartbreaking and triumphant, but most of all unshrinking. We are sipping 2017 L.A. Cetto Petite Sirah from the Guadalupe Valley. This winery includes an immigrant story as the original Cetto forefather left Italy for Mexico to make wine in Tijuana. This bold, acidic, tannic wine has notes of plum, blackberry, fig and earthiness, and it will pairs well with braised meat, ribs, or a hearty casserole. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/readingbetweenthewines/support
In this installment of the podcast “Border City” from our sister paper, the San Diego Union-Tribune, longtime border reporter Sandra Dibble talks about what it was like covering the assassination of a police chief in Tijuana and the arrest of a powerful drug suspect.She also moonlights as an opera singer in Tijuana, puts on a concert for friends from both sides of the border and navigates living a binational life after 9/11, which changed the flow of traffic from one side of the border to the other.Read the full transcript here.Host: Sandra DibbleMore reading:Listen to all the “Border City” episodes
The Arellano cartel grows weaker as its top leaders fall, but the violence continues. Threats strike new fears in the highest echelons of law enforcement. The Tijuana opera hosts an inaugural performance. Sandra's mother flies in from Washington, D.C. and meets Sandra's friend Angela.
Two Mexican journalists were killed in Tijuana in January. Photographer Margarito Martinez was shot on Jan. 17 as he was leaving his home. Six days later, reporter Lourdes Maldonado was shot outside of her home. Now the Mexican government says it has solved the murders. But local journalists aren't convinced.
This is great content. No doubt about it. The return of commercial flights to Puerto Penasco from Tijuana took a first-class effort and is worth celebrating. This episode of the Rocky Point Podcast is short but sweet. a It gives you helpful information and a chance to hear the excitement of from Puerto Penasco VIPs as they talk with Host Thomas Baldrick. However, the audio was recorded on location at the Mar de Cortes International Airport. Please excuse the background noise from airplane engines, people, and winds.
On today's show, we opened up the phone lines for “Feel Good Friday” to hear why our listeners are feeling good today! Meanwhile, we send Pete's girlfriend on a "Jealousy Trip,'' because she's harassing his supervisor from work! Moreover, our listener, Ryan, tells us his borracho FAIL when he got the munchies for Jack in The Box. Next, Shoboy's wife shares a major fail that happened on their wedding night! Finally, we share if we met our goal for our Create Purpose fundraiser—that will help fund computers and classes for orphaned children in Tijuana. Follow us @ShoboyShowListen Live 6-10AM PSTM-Fri on ShoboyShow.com Shoboy: @edgarisoteloBecca: @BeccaMGuzmanEddie The Virgin: @EddieSotelo----------------
Sandra Dibble is a veteran reporter who worked as a Tijuana-based foreign correspondent for the San Diego Union-Tribune for 28 years. She earned a master's degree in Journalism from Columbia University and worked at The Miami Herald for nearly a decade. Dibble was part of a team awarded the Pulitzer Prize in national reporting for uncovering the Reagan administration's clandestine support of the Nicaraguan Contras. She wrote about Oaxaca, Mexico, for The National Geographic. She hosts the Border City Podcast for the Union-Tribune. "Border City: A podcast about beauty, violence and belonging in Tijuana from a journalist who spent more than 25 years reporting at the border. In this eight-part podcast, Dibble introduces listeners to Tijuana the way she was introduced to it — through the news stories she covered but also through her personal connections in the city's cultural community and her friendships with ordinary Tijuanenses." -The San Diego Union-Tribune Border City is available wherever you find podcasts. Follow Sandra Dibble on Twitter Follow Sandra Dibble on Instagram Follow Sandra Dibble on Facebook
Las tentadoras gomitas con aromas que hacían las delicias de nuestra infancia e inundaban nuestros sentidos de dulzura y alegría. Así nacen las adicciones. Noticias Del Mundo: La dependencia energética europea de Rusia - Vapeadores prohibidos en México - USA observa a los cigarrillos mentolados - AMLO y la Reforma Electoral - Escándalos de políticos en Londres - Día internacional de la danza - Quién fue Jean Georges Noverre - La historia de Isadora Duncan - Primavera Norteña Tijuana 2022. Historias Desintegradas: Respirando aroma a fresa - Mamá da y mamá quita - El plan perfecto - Algo falló - Foto con el famoso - En un escenario - Centro del universo - Pronóstico del Tiempo - Delirios por la fiebre - Limones y tequila - El gato rabioso en San Roque - Atlético Bucaramanga - El intermediario - El teléfono fake y más... En Caso De Que El Mundo Se Desintegre - ECDQEMSD Daily Podcast https://www.canaltrans.com
Season 4: Traición || Episode 2 - The Calm Before The Storm We are back in Tijuana, Baja Cali 664. An individual I once considered a friend betrays me, and things get out of control. Inside a Sinister Mind is a Prime Film Production Subscribe to Patreon for Bonus Content Patreon.com/insideasinistermind For merch or Patreon Information Visit Insideasinistermind.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/insideasinistermindpod/support
Being a journalist in Mexico comes with all kinds of dangers. Namely, the cartels. The nature of the beast for journalists is to ask questions and pry where they are not wanted. Most of the time there are no consequences for journalists simply doing their jobs, but in Mexico and Tijuana specifically as far as this story goes, things are much different. (commercial at 8:32)to contact me:email@example.com:https://www.sandiegouniontribune.com/news/border-baja-california/story/2022-04-28/cartel-tijuana-journalist-killings
Being a journalist in Mexico comes with all kinds of dangers. Namely, the cartels. The nature of the beast for journalists is to ask questions and pry where they are not wanted. Most of the time there are no consequences for journalists simply doing their jobs, but in Mexico and Tijuana specifically as far as this story goes, things are much different. (commercial at 9:24)to contact me:firstname.lastname@example.org:https://www.sandiegouniontribune.com/news/border-baja-california/story/2022-04-28/cartel-tijuana-journalist-killings
Where to Go returns for series 4 with an episode guaranteed to make you hungry! Author and editor for LA Taco, Javier Cabral is on the mic making James and Lucy drool with his must-eats in Los Angeles. Sharing all the knowledge that comes with being a passionate food writer, Javier reveals everything from the top spot for dim sum to his favourite sake bar. And listen out for a quick hop across the border to Tijuana for the world's best tacos! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
You don't want to miss this conversation with Byron Gifford. There are grandaddies of door-to-door, but there's only one “great grandaddy”. Even before Eclipse, Byron laced up his tennies at SalesNet. See for yourselves; he's older than he looks. Byron has more than his fair share of hard times. After running (yes, literally running) doors his second summer, the anticipated $60k backend came up really short. Lyme disease goes under the microscope in this memorable episode. Through financial and physical trials, Byron has found a way to overcome. Pointe Pest was his baby. As you can imagine, in an interview filled with ups and downs, Pointe hit rock bottom for Byron. Based on personal experience, Byron shares his opinion on the looming disaster for leveraged D2D businesses. Forced to get out of pest control for a bit, Byron continued to sell in other industries. Pupil turned principal of the School of Hard Knocks, Byron put his money on “the turtle”, and returned to the pest industry. From recruiting with projectors, pizza, and paystubs to leveraging sub-, senior-, and family- debt, Byron looks back at the D2D landscape over the years in this candid sit-down. Having just sold a couple Evergreen Pest Control branches in Colorado to EnviroPest an Anticimex platform, you know that there's light at the end of the tunnel. Now stronger for surviving tough experiences, this conversation goes deep on mindset, success, and overcoming. Quick question. If Paul got to choose the location for his mission, would it be Bangkok or Tijuana? Watch now on YouTube ------- Filmed, Edited, and Mixed by Dylan Seals of www.Verbell.Ltd Additional Videography by Gabriel Gonzalez. Additional Editing by Garrett Ware. To sign up for Bubble Trouble, our May 4th Live Event, please visit bubbletrouble2022.com Potomac Pest Control Group: potomacpestcontrol.com
Los límites de lo permitido. Hasta donde las palabras quedan dentro o fuera del código de comunicación en contexto. La velocidad de los términos altisonantes. Noticias Del Mundo: De estado pandémico a endémico - López Gatell anunció fin del semáforo - Elon Musk firma silencio - Armas que solo Putin puede presumir - Pumas vs Seattle Sounders por la Concachampions - Entre Lamborghini y Ferrari - Inició la Primavera Norteña Tijuana 2022. Historias Desintegradas: Contexto aterrizaje USA - Route 66 - Eventos alucinantes - Los groseros - La copa menstrual - La teoría de una tía - La criatura empírica - Lista de actitudes y deseos a reprimir - El peligro del tupper en la mochila - La chica de la Lonchera - Dróguense, pero de a poco y más... En Caso De Que El Mundo Se Desintegre - ECDQEMSD Daily Podcast
Our guest Dominic Mazzone is the definition of a serial entrepreneur, having started his first business at 16 to being the CEO and founder of MedSpa Partners today. Dominic shares what drove him to start 19 businesses (including promoting American bands in Tijuana), the importance of enthusiasm and leadership, and his strategy for success.Visit our website www.byrdadatto.com to learn more and to subscribe to the ByrdAdatto newsletter. Follow us on social media to stay up-to-date on the ByrdAdatto family. Finally, subscribe to our YouTube channel for short videos on breaking developments and interesting business and health care compliance topics.Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ByrdAdatto/Twitter: https://twitter.com/ByrdAdattoInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/byrdadattolaw/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/byrdadattoYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6VSOw0W5lrrj4iIl1HxTbg
ABOUT CHEF MARCELA VALLADOLID AND COCINANDO ON COOK STREETFamily is where the heart is, and the heart is our kitchen.Inspired by her own Mexican ancestry and culture, chef Marcela Valladolid's children's cookbook leads readers through the magic and legacy of her family recipes. From homemade chili-lime chips and fresas con crema to arroz rojo and carne asada tacos, there's a recipe for every person and occasion. Everyone will have the opportunity to cook and taste a little bit of Mexico!This bilingual English-Spanish cookbook will also inspire children to familiarize themselves with the kitchen and use the step-by-step recipes as building blocks for their own logical thinking. They'll learn to stir, whisk, and beat as they make their way around Marcela's kitchen.This hardcover cookbook is perfect for the most amateur of cooks to the most experienced of helpers, and it'll inspire everyone to learn about the importance of multigenerational families and the recipes we carry with us from the kitchen into our lives.ABOUT MARCELA VALLADOLIDMarcela Valladolid is an Emmy-nominated celebrity chef, television personality, designer, author, mother, and businesswoman. Growing up around expert and traditional cooks in Tijuana, Mexico, Marcela was raised to be passionate about food. She has authored numerous nationally best-selling cookbooks, including her most recent Casa Marcela: Recipes and Food Stories of My Life (2017) and Fiestas: Tidbits, Margaritas & More (2019).In January 2021, Marcela launched Casa Marcela, a lifestyle online store offering artisanal pieces from all across Mexico. She is currently co-hosting the "Marcela & Carina Show," a virtual live cooking class & entertainment show with her sister, Carina Valladolid. Marcela resides in Chula Vista, CA with her partner Philip Button and their three children, Fausto, David, and Anna Carina, and their dog, Kongo.Get the book:https://www.amazon.com/Cocinando-Cook-Street-collection-familias/dp/194806619X
Sandra covers the assassination of another police chief and the arrest of a powerful drug suspect. She also sings with the Tijuana opera and invites friends from both sides of the border to a concert on a hillside looking out toward San Diego.
More than 15,000 Ukrainians have passed through Tijuana on their way into the U.S. Some struggle with nightmares and trauma as they wonder what comes next. When Daisy De La O was murdered in Compton, her friends thought they knew her killer, but police couldn't find him. Using social media, they tracked him down. Brea and Cypress, in Orange County, say they will not switch from at-large to district elections, like many other CA cities are doing. That's even after both cities faced legal threats.
Kris & David are back this week with another episode of Between the Sheets, this time a Patreon request, as Nick Masci wanted us to talk about the week of April 19th-25th, 1989. And as a special treat, we are joined again by Beau James (@kingofkingsport) in all of the American sections. Nick wanted us to talk about New Japan's first show at the Tokyo Dome, Battle Satellite, and we do just that, as we talk about the importance of the event — tracing the history of Antonio Inoki — as well as a full rundown of this major, historically important show that featured the debut of the Jushin Thunder Liger gimmick and Shinya Hashimoto getting drafted back from Memphis so he could become a star overnight. Among other international topics, we also talk about AJPW going to a more "traditional" pro wrestling style to counter NJPW & UWF going to a more a "worked shoot" style. We also discuss The State of the WWF after WrestleMania and the then-annual “off-season,” featuring Hulk Hogan & Randy Savage starting their massively successful post-WM house show run, the stiffness of Ronnie Garvin vs. Greg Valentine, Dusty Rhodes making big claims in Florida, Beau getting the skinny directly from Dr. Tom Prichard to set the record straight on the stories of him going to the NWA in 1989, the amazing Nick Gulas/Robert Fuller/Jeff Jarrett angle in Memphis, the equally amazing Eric Embry/Skandor Akbar angle in World Class, The State of the NWA six months after the Turner takeover, and a ton more.This is a fantastic show, so listen now!!!!!Timestamps:0:00:00 Int'l: NJPW, AJPW, Stampede, EMLL, UWA, Tijuana, & WWC1:08:20 WWF2:40:52 Classic Commercial Break2:43:20 Halftime3:05:44 Other USA: ProStar, GA wrestling commission bill, Peach State, FCW, CWF, CWA, WCCW, AWA, NCWA, & Portland5:12:45 NWA/WCW6:36:21 Patreon Preview: The WWF issues a press release bragging about WrestleMania III's record-breaking attendance…of 88,000?!?!?!?To support the show and get access to exclusive rewards like special members-only monthly themed shows, go to our Patreon page at Patreon.com/BetweenTheSheets and become an ongoing Patron. Becoming a Between the Sheets Patron will also get you exclusive access to not only the monthly themed episode of Between the Sheets, but also access to our new mailbag segment, a Patron-only chat room on Slack, and anything else we do outside of the main shows!If you're looking for the best deal on a VPN service—short for Virtual Private Network, it helps you get around regional restrictions as well as browse the internet more securely—then Private Internet Access is what you've been looking for. Not only will using our link help support Between The Sheets, but you'll get a special discount, with prices as low as $1.98/month if you go with a 40 month subscription. With numerous great features and even a TV-specific Android app to make streaming easier, there is no better choice if you're looking to subscribe to WWE Network, AEW Plus, and other region-locked services.For the best in both current and classic indie wrestling streaming, make sure to check out IndependentWrestling.tv and use coupon code BTSPOD for a free 5 day trial! (You can also go directly to TinyURL.com/IWTVsheets to sign up that way.) If you convert to a paid subscriber, we get a kickback for referring you, allowing you to support both the show and the indie scene.To subscribe, you can find us on iTunes, Google Play, and just about every other podcast app's directory, or you can also paste Feeds.FeedBurner.com/BTSheets into your favorite podcast app using whatever “add feed manually” option it has.Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/between-the-sheets/donationsAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands
Renee a Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Black Belt great to hear about his BJJ beginnings training in Tijuana, Mexico with Raúl Arvizu, Punk Rock, his Podcast and more. It's been an honor to watch his growth in the Art over the years as student and friend.
In this week's podcast, I sat down for a conversation with Bethel Global Response Director, Carl Ladd, to discuss how to respond to crisis from Heaven's perspective. In this conversation, Carl shares about the current deployments and responses in Ukraine, Romania, and Tijuana, Mexico. Carl's stories and testimonies from the current deployments are perspective-shifting and convicting. He shares testimonies of migrants fleeing violence, and internationally displaced people seeking refuge experiencing the love of God in the midst of their troubling situations; powerful and inspiring moments of caring for the least of these, loving our enemies, and serving the brokenhearted. To Learn More About Bethel Global Response: https://www.bethel.com/global-response/ Connect with Me: Website: https://www.krisvallotton.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kvministries/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kvministries/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/kvministries