María Rodríguez
María Rodríguez
María Magdalena Rodríguez was born in Cumaná, Sucre state, Venezuela, July 22, 1924, is an important folk singer and dancer of the Venezuelan eastern. Initiates her career as musician since she was a kid, in folk celebrations like: Comparsas, Velorios and folk theater. Also directed the Folk Dance group of the UDO . As a folk singer, her repertoire includes Fulías, aguinaldos, gaitas, golpes, eastern joropos, diversiones, zumba que zumba, malagueñas and merengue oriental.
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Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month With 'In The Heights'
Huffington Post - 5 months
Ensemble performing opening number "In The Heights" song From September 8th to the 18th, the Theatrical Outfit and Aurora Theatre co-produced and performed the In The Heights musical in downtown Atlanta. In The Heights is a Tony Award winning, Broadway, Hip-Hop musical written by Lin-Manuel Miranda who wrote the famous musical, Hamilton. The musical captures the lives of Latino people living in the barrio (neighborhood) of Washington Heights in New York City. In celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, the two theaters co-produced and performed In the Heights, which sold out nearly every night for the two weeks it premiered in downtown Atlanta and for six weeks in Lawrenceville, Georgia. The Tony award-winning opening act, self-titled "In the Heights" was performed by the play's protagonist Usnavi (Diego Klock-Pérez). Usnavi is the noble owner of the neighborhood's convenient store and works diligently in the name of his deceased parents and his beloved country, the Domini ...
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Gaby Pacheco: The Intricacies of My Undocumented Life
Huffington Post - almost 4 years
With high hopes and the doors to adulthood at the reach of my hand, ten years ago I was 18, in 12th grade and preparing to face the world. I learned about my undocumented status when I was entering the 8th grade. My oldest sister, Erika, was denied access to Miami Dade College, then Miami Dade Community College, because she was undocumented. That day, she came home with my mom with a hopeless expression and it broke my heart. Knowing that she couldn't go to college made me extremely nervous about my own fate and I thought, "What would become of me after my high school graduation?" Under different circumstances, I would have probably quit school, found a job, and moved on with my life. However, I was stubborn and as a solutions-oriented person, I decided to stay in school and figure out a way to go to college. My logic was simple; I knew I couldn't be the only undocumented person in school. I began sharing my story with others because I thought maybe someone could help me ...
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David J. Cross: 123 Sesame Street Is Expensive Real Estate in Today's Market
Huffington Post - over 4 years
For more than 40 years, the plush-covered denizens of Sesame Street have educated and entertained children. Oscar the Grouch has complained, Bert and Ernie have sung, and Elmo has laughed. There have been a lot of memories made, and most of those centered on the block's famous building-123 Sesame Street. While the two-story apartment building might not be as unique as Oscar's trash can or Big Bird's nest, it's arguably the main focal point of the show. If you're like the Movoto Real Estate team, you've at least wondered what it would be like to live in the brightly colored neighborhood. Instead of sitting around wondering, we decided put our Sesame Street knowledge to use and figured it out. The practical answer to this fanciful question is that 123 Sesame Street is worth $614,460. Of course, being an apartment building, you also have the option to rent. How Did We Do It? Typically, we search out novelty real estate and add a price tag to the imaginary home. 123 ...
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Michelle Chen: A Dream Deferred?
Huffington Post - over 4 years
This week the White House rolled out its "Deferred Action" policy, cracking open the door for hundreds of thousands of young immigrants without papers. Many see the promise of temporary protection from deportation as a first step toward genuine immigration reform. But the future is unclear: What exactly in it for them, when all they're being offered is temporary protection? The Obama administration's new policy, aimed at pleasing the Latino electorate, initially set off a flurry of celebration among immigrant youth activists who had long pushed for the DREAM Act. But skepticism persists. Legal protection derived from a directive from the Department of Homeland Security is, by nature, tenuous. The fate of the program could depend on who is in the White House next year. And unlike the DREAM Act, the Deferred Action policy allows people to work and study, but does not offer a direct path to long-term legalization. On the other hand, Deferred Action offers some youth at leas ...
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Weekend best bets: June 1-3
ajc - over 4 years
Eric Mendenhall and Maria Rodriguez-Sager are among the cast of  “The Waffle Palace: Smothered, Covered and Scattered 24/7/365,” a world premiere from Horizon Theatre Company. Photo: Jason Getz / jgetz@ajc.com FRIDAY Stage: Horizon Theatre Company stages the world premiere of  “The Waffle Palace: Smothered, Covered and Scattered 24/7/365,” a new play by  by Larry Larson and Eddie Levi Lee. It runs through July 1. Take a look at our preview of the show. Music: Atlanta Symphony Orchestra concertmaster David Coucheron is the soloist for the orchestra’s performance of  Sibelius’ Violin Concerto. The concert begins at 8 p.m. June 1-2 at Atlanta Symphony Hall. Visual arts: “From Tree to Art” is a solo exhibition by North Carolina wood turner Joe Ruminski. It opens with a reception 6-9 p.m. June 1 and continues through June 29 at 2 Rules Fine Art in Marietta. Stage: The Atlanta Shakespeare Company continues its chronological run through the Bard’s comedies with “As You …
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Many still lack power as RI assesses Irene's toll - Houston Chronicle
Google News - over 5 years
Providence resident Maria Rodriguez has been preparing meals early, keeping her three young children inside her apartment after dark and playing board games with her family to keep busy since she lost power on Sunday. She threw out about $25 to $30
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Florida's Immigration Advocates Skeptical About Immigration Policies - The Bradenton Times
Google News - over 5 years
“We are cautiously optimistic about the relief this may bring to thousands of families facing separation,” says Maria Rodriguez, Executive Director for the Florida Immigrant Coalition that seeks equal rights for immigrants and integration into the
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West Nile concerns prompt aerial sprays in Elk Grove, Wilton - News10.net
Google News - over 5 years
Luz Maria Rodriguez from Vector Control said it is necessary for the aerial spray in order to fight the West Nile Virus. "While no human cases have been reported in the area, a total of 12 human cases have been confirmed." Rodriguez said
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Mosquito Aerial Spraying Set For Two Nights - Capital Public Radio News
Google News - over 5 years
Luz Maria Rodriguez is with the Sacramento-Yolo Mosquito and Vector Control District. "We'll be conducting the aerial spraying between 8 PM and midnight weather permitting. If people would like to stay indoors or if they would like to close their
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At Beacon Friendship Center, seniors learn how to keep hearts healthy - Poughkeepsie Journal
Google News - over 5 years
Darryl Bautista/Poughkeepsie Journal Maria Rodriguez of Fishkill listens as Pat Brown of the Dutchess County Division of Aging Services talks about healthy diets with seniors at the Beacon Senior Friendship Center on Tuesday
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Winters teen is an inspiration to others - TheReporter.com
Google News - over 5 years
Maria Rodriguez (right) says her daughter, Catalina, matured at a young age when Catalina became a mother at 15. (Jim Smith/Daily Democrat, Woodland) It was the day after Christmas, and Catalina Rodriguez
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LILIA ESTHER COLLAZO, 59 - Vineland Daily Journal
Google News - over 5 years
She was born in Jayuya, Puerto Rico, to Marcelino Collazo Figueroa and Luz Maria Rodriguez. She lived in Vineland most of her life. She fought a courageous battle with cancer. She attended Vineland schools and graduated in 1970
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Eat gazpacho right away to save vitamin C - UPI.com
Google News - over 5 years
6 (UPI) -- Scientists in Spain recommend eating gazpacho -- a soup containing vegetables eaten cold -- as soon as it is prepared to retain more vitamin C. Study co-author Elena Maria Rodriguez and colleagues at the Complutense University of Madrid and
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RODRIGUEZ v. JONES BOAT YARD, INC. - Leagle.com
Google News - over 5 years
Maria Rodriguez appeals the district court's order granting summary judgment in favor of Jones Boat Yard, Inc. (Jones) and its President, Victor Bared (Victor), (collectively, the Defendants) in her Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) action against the
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community briefs community briefs - The Free Lance-Star
Google News - over 5 years
Notarized applications should be mailed to Deputy Maria Rodriguez at 110 W. Cameron St., Culpeper, Va. 22701. Applications are available at the Sheriff's Office or on the Culpeper County sheriff's website. The Culpeper town police force has finished
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Police Blotter - Patch.com
Google News - over 5 years
Lillian Rodriguez, 37, and Maria Rodriguez, 23, both of 18 Pearl St., Windham, were arrested by Connecticut State Police at the East Brook Mall in Mansfield. Both were charged with sixth-degree larceny. Gary Lloyd Bentley, 33, of 1444 Stafford Rd.,
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grand jury list - LubbockOnline.com
Google News - over 5 years
Possession of a controlled substance with intent: Carolyn Burns, 41. Theft: Spencer Carley, 48, Seguin; Thomas W. Kesterson, 66, Corpus Christi; Holten Clanahan, 20. Theft with two priors: Elias Rangel, 39; Maria Rodriguez, 46
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Difference voices will be heard on Route 53 expansion - Buffalo Grove Countryside
Google News - over 5 years
Long Grove Village President Maria Rodriguez, another panel selectee, was optimistic about the coalition's potential. She noted that the ISTHA put together a similar group when it was planning a bypass for Route 120, a group of diverse parties that
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    María Magdalena Rodríguez was born in Cumaná, Sucre state, Venezuela, July 22, 1924, is an important folk singer and dancer of the Venezuelan eastern.
    More Details Hide Details Initiates her career as musician since she was a kid, in folk celebrations like: Comparsas, Velorios and folk theater. Also directed the Folk Dance group of the UDO (Universidad de Oriente). As a folk singer, her repertoire includes Fulías, aguinaldos, gaitas, golpes, eastern joropos, diversiones, zumba que zumba, malagueñas and merengue oriental. For a long time was accompanied by the musical group El Chiguao, directed by Atanasio Rodríguez, appearing at important scenes of Venezuela, United States, Portugal, England, among other countries. She is also remembered for popularizing the folk piece La Oración del Tabaco.
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