Pablo Daniel Escobar
Bolivian footballer
Pablo Daniel Escobar
Pablo Daniel Escobar Olivetti is a Paraguayan-born Bolivian footballer that currently plays for Bolivian Primera División club The Strongest as an attacking midfielder.
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Which is the easier commute: flying to work in Miami from South America or driving to work in L.A. County?
LATimes - 21 days
Prodded by wanderlust, I moved a few years ago from Miami to Medellín, Colombia, and settled into an apartment not far from the spot where  Pablo Escobar, the infamous drug kingpin, was gunned down. Although I lived in Medellín, I continued to work as a flight attendant at my airline’s base of...
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Architecture as a Trigger for Action: Giancarlo Mazzanti in Colombia
Huffington Post - about 1 month
It was in Pittsburgh last October that I first learned of the Colombian architect, Giancarlo Mazzanti. Raymund Ryan, Curator of the Heinz Architectural Center at the Carnegie Museum of Art (CMOA) was giving me a tour of the Building Optimism: Public Spaces in South America exhibit, which was still in the process of being installed. We paused before a drawing of Mazzanti's masterpiece, the Spain Library Park (Parque Biblioteca Espana) in Medellin. Ryan first saw Mazzanti's work in various publications. His designs struck Ryan as having "a strong and memorable image, an image directly connected to place and to construction techniques as well as being playful." Intrigued, Ryan visited Colombia to see Mazzanti's work first hand, on a curatorial journey to research the Public Spaces show. Several weeks later, as it turned out, I heard Mazzanti give a talk on Current Work: Playing Anomalies at the Architectural League of New York's annual series held in the Great Hall at Cooper Union. ...
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Why Sofia Vergara Relying On Latina Stereotypes For Laughs Is So Damaging
Huffington Post - about 2 months
I used to love Sofía Vergara. I was proud to call her a fellow Colombian immigrant. I thought she was a positive representation of my country during a time when most Americans seemed to think it was synonymous with cocaine and Pablo Escobar.  I loved that she was beautiful and charming but didn’t take herself too seriously ― a combination that’s made her a darling in the entertainment industry. Her shrewd business sense and ability to juggle numerous endorsement deals, merchandise lines and the Hispanic talent management company, Latin WE have made her the highest paid actress on television for five consecutive years.  Vergara is a self-made businesswoman who has built a profitable and impressive empire. She is well beyond needing to rely on Latina stereotypes for a laugh ― which is why it’s so frustrating to watch her step on screen (or on a revolving Emmy platform) and continually make herself the butt of the joke. Unfortunately, she did little to change ...
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7 Overlooked Tropical Islands to Visit in 2017
Huffington Post - 3 months
With winter approaching and the new year only a few weeks away, right now is a great time to start thinking about your next tropical getaway that involves sunny blue skies and white sanded beaches. In this post, you'll get ideas for some of the best, hidden tropical islands to visit in 2017. I've been to each of these islands over the last 3 years, and I can personally attest that they are all fantastic. Let me clear that you will not read about the popular, touristy, money-making islands such as St. Lucia, Ibiza, or Boracay - but rather, those untouched coastlines and hidden beauties that you may never have heard of before. These are islands where a few dollars will take you far. These are islands that don't have wifi (or very limited access). These are places where the people may live in poverty, but they are very welcoming to foreigners and their smiling faces will make you feel at home. If you need help or advice planning your trips, don't hesitate to contact me ...
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5 Ways Self-Esteem Kills Your Soul
Huffington Post - 5 months
I'd like to know who added me to the email list for the defeated. Last week I was given reasons I must try online dating now and this week I was asked, "How low is your self-esteem?" It isn't whether I suffer from a lack of self-esteem, oh no. This survey assumes my self-esteem festers in a subterranean viper den of self-loathing. The question is how deep is my snake pit. Here is a smattering of the questions: 1. How much do you dislike yourself? It's hard to be objective in this situation, so I find it helpful to step back and try to see me through someone else's eyes, preferably George Clooney's. On a good day, if I were a recently widowed Mr. Clooney with cataracts and a sinus infection, I'd squint at me and think she's not half bad. With a good personality and the right accessories on her arm (such as myself, George Clooney) she'd be okay. I could live with that. Another way to gain perspective while I'm trying to calculate how much I dislike myself is to think abou ...
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How ‘Narcos’ Killed Off Pablo Escobar and Chose Its Next Cocaine Kingpin
Wall Street Journal - 6 months
Executive producer Eric Newman details the second season of the hit Netflix series.
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Narcos: ‘Narcos’ Season 2, Episode 2: The Legend vs. the Monster
NYTimes - 6 months
This episode nods to the baptism scene in “The Godfather,” but only shows Pablo Escobar in one dimension: as a ruthless gangster.
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Pablo Escobar was my father
CNN - 6 months
The acknowledgments in Sebastian Marroquin's book consist of one sentence: "To my father, who showed me what path not to take."
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'Narcos' blasts into second season more addictive than ever
CNN - 6 months
When Netflix's "Narcos" debuted, it seemed to come with a built-in expiration date. Its central figure is drug kingpin Pablo Escobar, who lived a brutal life and died a relatively early death -- at some point he would die and that would be that. But that only makes the second season of this Netflix series more riveting, a morality tale that resonates far beyond its time, place and characters.
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Netflix drug drama 'Narcos' returns for second series - 6 months
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Netflix Inc drama "Narcos" returns for a second season next week, continuing the real life story of Colombian drug lord Pablo Escobar and his reign over the Medellin cartel.
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Univision teams with Netflix, announces new slate of programming
LATimes - 10 months
Looks like Netflix is chilling with Univision.  Univision announced Tuesday it was getting into business with the streaming giant with two rare programming deals. The first season of Netflix drama "Narcos," which chronicles the life of drug kingpin Pablo Escobar, will air on Univision leading up...
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Secret find in Pablo Escobar mansion
CNN - about 1 year
A safe was found during the demolition of Colombian drug lord Pablo Escobar's former Florida mansion. WSVN reports.
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Florida mansion owned by Pablo Escobar set for demolition
Yahoo News - about 1 year
A vestige of the drug wars that made Miami notorious for violence and smuggling is set for demolition. A pink waterfront mansion in Miami Beach owned in the 1980s by Colombian drug lord Pablo Escobar will ...
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The Top 10 New Shows Of 2015, According To IMDb
Huffington Post - about 1 year
This year may account for the biggest loss of brain cells in human history. You can't really blame everyone for just mindlessly staring at their television screens in 2015. "Game of Thrones" had one of the most-talked about scenes in TV history with Jon Snow in its Season 5 finale, we all freaked out over a huge "Walking Dead" fake-out, the twist in "Leftovers" Season 2 completely blew our minds and the force finally awakened for Sheldon on "The Big Bang Theory." Sadly, we lost a lot of our favorite shows, too. "Mad Men," "Two and a Half Men," "Parks and Rec," "The Mentalist," "Glee" and more aired their series finales in 2015. Here's to you, Don Draper. But to quote everyone's favorite '90s band, Semisonic, "every new beginning comes from some other beginning's end." The bodies of those shows weren't even cold before we replaced them with new ones. Netflix rolled out a number of hits, including "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt," "Narcos" and "Jessica Jones"; USA gave the surpr ...
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NFL Network’s ‘Ask Jerry Jones’ hashtag goes predictably disastrous
Houston Chronicle - over 1 year
The NFL Network’s show “NFL HQ” asked viewers to use the Twitter hashtag #AskJerryJones to submit questions for the Cowboys owner during a future interview. As expected, Cowboys critics had a field day with the hashtag, what with Greg Hardy’s controversial presence on the Dallas rorster. Here are some of the tweets they sent: #AskJerryJones if Jeffrey Dahmer would have never been murdered in jail do you think he would have turned out as an elite slot receiver? — trace (@tcraig9) November 25, 2015 Rae Carruth is expected to be released from prision in 2018. With a need at WR, will you be interested in signing him? #askjerryjones — Parm (@KingFavre) November 25, 2015 #AskJerryJones which do you prefer more, the spread offense or aggravated assault — trace (@tcraig9) November 25, 2015 Did you sign Greg Hardy because the Cowboys never beat anybody? #askjerryjones — Sean Donnelly (@illMindOfSean95) November 25, 2015 Since Joseph Randle assaulted a police ...
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Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Pablo Daniel Escobar
  • 2010
    Age 31
    He joined Mirassol in January 2010.
    More Details Hide Details After about a year, he signed a 3-year contract with Paulista (Brazilian) side Botafogo-SP.
  • 2008
    Age 29
    On 28 August 2008, he joined Brazilian club Ipatinga.
    More Details Hide Details Escobar joined Santo André of Brazil on 5 January 2009.
  • 2006
    Age 27
    He also had a brief stint in Cerro Porteño in 2006 before returning to The Strongest for a second spell.
    More Details Hide Details In August 2008, Escobar received Bolivian citizenship in order to play for the Bolivia national football team.
  • 2000
    Age 21
    Escobar started his career in the youth divisions of Olimpia, and eventually made his way to the first team although he spent more time playing for the reserves. In 2000, he was signed by the Argentine side Gimnasia y Esgrima de Jujuy, and after three years with the club, he relocated to Bolivia to play for San José in 2004.
    More Details Hide Details His good conditions rewarded him with a transfer to The Strongest the following season.
  • 1978
    Born on February 23, 1978.
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