Alejandro García

Alejandro García

Alejandro García is a Mexican-American band producer and song writer best known for producing Alacranes Musical, a band that plays Duranguense music. He has released several albums in both the Regional Mexican music genre as well as hip-hop, and is known for creating catchy hooks and having an uncanny vision of the music he creates and helps create.
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This Food Truck Serves Free Burritos To Homeless People In Los Angeles
Huffington Post - almost 2 years
This food truck is serving up free burritos, wrapped in community kindness, to people in need. The Share A Meal food truck, run by nonprofit Khalsa Peace Corps, gives out hot burritos to homeless people around Los Angeles five days a week. Volunteers make anywhere from 150 to 250 burritos per night, volunteer Alejandro Garcia told The Huffington Post. Khalsa Peace Corps founders Ravi and Jacquelin Singh started the program in 2009, out of a simple desire to serve the community. “We came up with the idea to have mobile kitchens so we could get to where the need is, to where homeless people are,” Ravi Singh told HuffPost.  “One of the reactions is usually, ‘is this stuff really meant for us?’” Singh added. “Because they didn’t believe there would be a food truck just for them. We just wanted to serve them with dignity.” Homelessness is a major problem in Los Angeles: The city had 28,464 homeless people on a given night in January 2016 ― an 11 percent increa...
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Alvarez Reclaims Bellator Lightweight Crown: Straus, Newton Take Home Titles
Huffington Post Sports - over 4 years
When fighting is business, blood becomes currency, and Bellator MMA lightweight Eddie Alvarez paid in full at Saturday night's Bellator 106, punching, kicking, and choking his way past Michael Chandler to reclaim the title he lost nearly two years ago. Entering the cage on the heels of a yearlong layoff and a bitter legal battle with the promotion, Alvarez made his return in outstanding fashion, landing strikes with pinpoint accuracy and precision, repeatedly battering the face of his opponent to earn the split decision win, 48-47, 48-47, 47-48. "It takes two people to put on a fight like that. Mike Chandler ... has the heart of a lion," commented Alvarez. "We went in there and put it on the line. It was just special to be a part of it." While Alvarez took home the 155-strap on the strength of his crisp boxing, quick footwork, and timely submission attempts, he was unable to escape unscathed, as former champ Chandler did his share of damage, drawing blood, and repeatedly landin...
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Café La Fortuna Plans Exterior Makeover
Burr Ridge Patch - about 5 years
Café La Fortuna in Hinsdale has applied to make exterior improvements to its storefront at 46 Village Pl. Architect Patrick McCarty presented the exterior appearance proposal (seen above) on behalf of owner Alejandro Garcia-Palacios to the Hinsdale
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Puerto Rico addresses collapsing pension system
Fox News - over 5 years
Puerto Rico's treasury secretary is proposing what she calls "severe" cost-saving measures designed to help rescue one of the U.S. territory's public pension systems that is on the brink of collapse. Melba Acosta is calling for increased employee contributions, a higher retirement age and reduced benefits and monthly pensions for certain workers. Acosta also proposes reducing bonuses and medical plan contributions, but says minimum monthly pensions should rise from $400 to $500. The plan also calls for transferring certain employees from a defined-benefit plan to a hybrid plan that includes a defined contribution component. The plan will be submitted to legislators this week. Gov. Alejandro Garcia is expected to sign it if lawmakers approve the plan.
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Florida woman found guilty in hotel heir's New York killing
Fox News - about 6 years
A Florida woman was found guilty Wednesday of orchestrating the killings of her millionaire husband and his mother in a grab for the family estate. A federal jury convicted Narcy Novack of Fort Lauderdale on counts alleging she caused the savage 2009 beatings of Ben Novack Jr. in a suburban New York hotel room and Bernice Novack at her Fort Lauderdale home. She was acquitted of charges that mentioned her husband's murder. Her brother and co-defendant, Cristobal Veliz, of New York City, was also convicted. Novack chose not to attend the reading of the verdict. Prosecutors said Novack and Veliz were motivated by "jealousy, retribution and greed" when they hired the thugs who carried out the killings. They said Novack feared that her husband, who was having an affair, would divorce her and that a prenuptial agreement would bar her from the multimillion-dollar family estate. Ben Novack Jr. had a successful travel company. His father built the storied Fontainebleau hotel in ...
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CSM Track and Field: Skovronski, Uikilifi lead Bulldogs at NorCal Trials
Foster City Patch - about 6 years
College of San Mateo’s Roman Skovronski was the leading qualifier in the men’s 400-meter hurdles and all of the CSM Coast Conference throwing champions made the finals at the Northern California Community College Track and Field Trials today at CSM. The NorCal Championships will be held at CSM’s College Heights Stadium on May 11 (field events start at 10 a.m. and track events at 1 p.m.) Nikki  Uikilifi will be in all four women’s throw finals for the Bulldogs. She qualified second in the shot put (39 feet, 3 inches) and the discus (143-4) and sixth in the hammer (128-5). There were no trials in the javelin throw where Uikilifi is the NorCal leader at 133-11 and ranks third in the state. Her brother Josh Uikilifi made the finals in the hammer throw (156-0) and shot put (47-0 3/4), placing fourth in each on his last attempts after fouling his first two attempts. He is the Coast Conference hammer champ. Conference shot put and discus champion Evan McDaniel qualified second in...
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DUI Patrols Will Be Out In Full Force Over Cinco de Mayo Weekend
Bonney Lake-Sumner Patch - about 6 years
Information courtesy of Pierce County. Extra DUI patrols will be out across Pierce, King and Snohomish counties this Cinco de Mayo weekend. Thirty-three local law enforcement agencies, the Washington State Liquor Control Board, and the Washington State Patrol have scheduled extra DUI officers and troopers to remove dangerous drivers from the road. Participating agencies from Pierce County include Fife, Fircrest, Lakewood, Pierce County Sheriff, Puyallup, Sumner, Tacoma and University Place. Officers also will visit bars to ensure responsible service and safe roads. Latino community leaders from the Mexican Consulate in Seattle, El Centro de la Raza, SeaMar Community Health Centers, and Consejo Counseling & Referral are joining forces to support this traffic safety effort. "Please celebrate this Cinco de Mayo with enthusiasm and responsibility," said Consul Alejandro Garcia-Moreno of the Mexican Consulate in Seattle. "We see too many crashes involving impaired driver...
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Issaquah police plan extra DUI enforcement for Cinco de Mayo
Issaquah Press - about 6 years
NEW — 1:30 p.m. May 2, 2012 Local law and public health enforcement agencies asked revelers to toast Cinco de Mayo responsibly as the holiday approached. Statewide, law enforcement agencies and the Issaquah Police Department plan to embark on a campaign to nab drunken drivers on the holiday, Saturday. Local law enforcement agencies, plus the Washington State Liquor Control Board and the Washington State Patrol, scheduled extra DUI officers and troopers to remove dangerous drivers from the road. Law enforcement officers also plan to visit bars to ensure responsible service. Latino community leaders from the Mexican Consulate in Seattle, El Centro de la Raza, SeaMar Community Health Centers and Consejo Counseling & Referral joined Public Health – Seattle & King County and Target Zero Teams to support the traffic safety effort. “Please celebrate this Cinco de Mayo with enthusiasm and responsibility,” Mexican Consul Alejandro Garcia-Moreno said. In addition to Issaquah...
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Witness: Fla. millionaire's wife handed me pillow to muffle husband's screams in NY hotel
Fox News - about 6 years
The wife of a Florida millionaire let two attackers into her hotel room, pointed them to her sleeping husband and gave them a pillow to muffle his screams as they attacked him with dumbbells, one of the attackers testified Friday. And when the beating was over, she wanted to make sure that they had also sliced his eyes with a knife, the witness said. Alejandro Garcia, who has already been convicted and is cooperating with federal prosecutors, testified for a third day at the murder trial of the wife, Narcy Novack, 55, of Fort Lauderdale, and her brother, Cristobal Veliz, 58, of Philadelphia. They're accused of hiring Garcia and others as part of a plot that included the killings of Ben Novack Jr. and his mother, Bernice Novack. Ben Novack's father built the Fontainebleau hotel in Miami Beach. Prosecutors say his wife feared she would be divorced and would lose out on his multimillion-dollar estate because of a prenuptial agre...
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Wife Hired Killers Who Beat Cheating Husband With Dumbbells To Get His Fortune
Huffington Post - about 6 years
A woman charged with hiring killers to brutally murder her rich husband and his mother was motivated by "jealousy, retribution and greed," according to a New York prosecutor. The trial of Narcy Novack, 54, and her brother Cristobal Veliz, 57, opened Monday in suburban Westchester County, where her husband, Ben Novack Jr., was killed in 2009. Assailants beat him with dumbbells and slit his eyes with a knife. Prosecutor Perry Perrone said tha