Prohibidas las Bicicletas en el Freeway

Jun 29, 2017 0

Prohibidas las Bicicletas en el Freeway

Bereavision TV San Diego, CA.- A raíz de los accidentes sucedidos en varias carreteras ínter-estatales tenemos la siguiente recomendación y sugerencia.

La consecuencias pueden ser devastadoras, en la Ciudad de San Diego se presentó un caso ayer donde un hombre subió al Freeway 5 por la rampa de Miles of Cars y no alcanzó a bajar en la siguiente salida ya que fue investido por un automóvil.

Testigos del incidente cuentan que la persona fue atropellada por un auto que lo lanzo al aire junto con su bicicleta, y como es lógico sufrió varios golpes de gravedad ya que resultó con una herida en la cabeza que lo hizo convulsionar a causa del impacto en el cemento, los testigos oculares pudieron parar para socorrer al hombre de la bicicleta.

También se informo que el hombre fue llevado al hospital en condición grave, esperaremos más detalles de este accidente. No se sabe cual fue la razón por la cual este hombre subió al freeway, pero si hay una moraleja en este hecho.

La recomendación es que si Usted transita en su bicicleta lea bien los letreros antes de entrar a las carreteras ínter-estatales y tome precauciones. No se suba al freeway en la bicicleta, está prohibido, puede llevarse una multa por ser visto por la autoridades.

Agradecemos a nuestro compañero Santiago Reyes esta importante información.

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El tema de la Feria del Condado de San Diego es el Viejo Oeste

Jun 5, 2017 0

El tema de la Feria del Condado de San Diego es el Viejo Oeste

Bereavision TV, San Diego, CA.- El día sábado 2 de junio, inició la feria del condado de San Diego en los campos de Del Mar. El evento tiene una gran variedad de diversión, alimentos tradicionales, paseos de carnaval, conciertos en directo, y mucho más que Usted no se puede perder. Realmente es un evento para toda la familia y accesible en precio.

La feria estará abierta al público todo el mes de Junio, terminando el día cuatro de Julio. Así es que, no se pierdan este evento espectacular donde también podrá ver a los artistas del momento.

El tema de este año es el Viejo Oeste, donde va a encontrar mucha diversión desde el 2 de Junio al 4 de Julio. Para más información visite la página web oficial del evento en: https://sdfair.com/

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Asambleísta Lorena Gonzalez premia a niños de Chula Vista

Apr 7, 2014

Asambleísta Lorena Gonzalez premia a niños de Chula Vista

San Diego, California Bereavision TV.- La Asambleísta Lorena Gonzalez esta premiando a 4 de los ganadores de la Escuela Palomar Elementary, por su participacion en el concurso de Libertad, Coraje y Servicio en inglés denominado como “Liberty, Courage, and Service”. los estudiantes fueron premiados con un paseo al Capitolio en Sacramento el lunes 7 de abril del presente año; ademas de recibir un reconocimiento durante la sesión de la asamblea estatal.

Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez is rewarding the top 4 winners of the Palomar Elementary School’s “Liberty, Courage, and Service” Essay & Speech Contest with a trip to Sacramento on Monday. As Assemblywoman Gonzalez’s special guests, the students and their Principal will be recognized during an Assembly Session and take a tour of the State Capitol.

Agradecemos a nuestros reporteros Eden Ambriz y Eli Aguilera por su colaboración en las entrevistas.

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Bank robbery ends in police chase

Feb 16, 2013

KEARNY MESA – A man who allegedly robbed a bank branch in Kearny Mesa led police to an area west of Balboa Park, where he was arrested, police said.

The suspect handed a demand note to a teller at the Wells Fargo Bank at the corner Clairemont Mesa Boulevard and Ruffin Road at 11:11 a.m., according to San Diego police Officer Frank Cali. He acted like he had a gun, but did not show one, Cali said.

The suspect left the bank with an undisclosed amount and got into a silver van with two other occupants, Cali said. They sped east on Clairemont Mesa Boulevard, he said.

Officers stopped the van in the vicinity of Antigua Boulevard and Portobelo Drive, near Miramar, but as they were arresting the would-be getaway driver and another person, the robbery suspect jumped into the drivers seat and took off, Cali said.

The suspect led the pursuing police vehicles to Quince Street, just west of Balboa Park, where officers stopped the van and arrested him, Cali said.

The names of the arrestees were not immediately released.

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Teacher takes gun to school investigation under way

Feb 12, 2013

SAN DIEGO – A Farb Middle School teacher was on compulsory paid leave today and facing possible felony charges for allegedly bringing a gun and knife to work, possibly as a means of defending himself in the event of a shooting or other violence at the campus, authorities reported.

Seventh- and eighth-grade English instructor Ned Carter Walker, 41, was taken into custody in a parking lot at the Tierrasanta school Monday morning and booked into county jail, according to San Diego Unified School District officials. He later posted bail and was released on his own recognizance.

SDUSD police Chief Rueben Littlejohn told reporters that Walker’s alleged decision to carry a loaded .380-caliber pistol and a knife with a 2 1/2- inch blade onto the school grounds may have been well-intentioned, but was nonetheless illegal and contrary to district regulations.

“We speculate that, based on reports from staff members, this employee had somewhat of an infatuation with guns and brought the weapon(s) to the school to protect himself in the event of a violent intruder,” Littlejohn said during a briefing late this morning.

Courtney Rizzo, interim principal at the La Cuenta Drive school, told parents in a letter that administrators were limited in the amount of information they could release on the allegations against Walker.

“Our focus is to continue to ensure that our students are safe, the learning process goes on as usual and we work with the proper authorities,” Rizzo wrote.

A conviction on either or both of the felony charges — one per weapon — that Carter could face in the case would be grounds for dismissal, district spokesman Jack Brandais said.

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San Diego To Celebrate The Lunar New Year With A Three-Day Festival

Feb 7, 2013

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SAN DIEGO – A three-day festival to celebrate the Lunar New Year is scheduled to begin tomorrow in Kearny Mesa to usher in the Year of the Snake.

The event, which begins at 5 p.m. at Kearny Mesa Park, is hosted by the Little Saigon Foundation and is geared toward the Vietnamese community.

About 10,000 attendees are expected through Sunday, the actual day of the Lunar New Year. The festival will include 100 vendor booths, 16 carnival rides, live music and entertainment, lion dances and, on Sunday, the Miss Vietnam Traditional Dress Pageant.

An Asian cultural village will be laid out in a ying-yang style and contain a replica of an 11th century Buddhist tempt built in Vietnam — called the One-Pillar Pagoda. Festival organizers say the once-childless King Ly Thai Tong had the wooden pagoda built as a sign of gratitude for the birth of his son.

According to tradition, the snake is in sixth position of the 12-sign Asian zodiac and symbolizes intelligence, gracefulness and materialism. The hanban.com website on Chinese culture calls the Year of the Snake one for steady progress, attention to detail and discipline.

Other celebrations are scheduled for the following weekend, including the Tet Festival in Mira Mesa and a Chinese-themed event in the Gaslamp Quarter.

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Interview with Manny Cepeda “El Salsero Clasico”

Feb 5, 2013

Interview with Manny Cepeda “El Salsero Clasico”

In the studios of Bereavision with one of the best exponents of the Latin American music.

Bereavision TV El Monte, CA February 2, 2013. – Manny Cepeda was born in Puerto Rico one of the metropolises of the musical genre of salsa, where he studied at a young age in the ” Escuela Libre de Música ” in the Pablo Casals Conservatory.  One of the most important impulses in his career was winning a scholarship “Interlochen Music Camp” in Traverse City, Michigan.  And in order to firmly establish itself he continued his studies at Illinois State University where he also graduated, also attended the Ellington University in New Orleans and the University of La Verne in Naples, Italy.

“… I come from a musical family the Cepeda from Bomba and Plena in Puerto Rico, I did my studies in school in a very important public school called Escuela Libre de Música…” The Salsero Clasico, told us during the interview.

Among his many talents he is an expert percussionist, composer, singer and arranger.  He has been involved in music for over fifty years, and from the age of seven as a professional with his official musical Identification Card.  Based on its long experience in the tropical rhythms, he has managed to have his own salsa band in the city of San Diego, California.  Besides composing his own music and combinations of styles, also offers teaching Latin Jazz music for musicians who are interested in learning more about this art form.
An important detail that I wanted to touch in this interview, was the source of inspiration for his songs and rhythms.  I was impressed by the fact that our interviewee was the lead in the musical band of the U.S. Army. We also found that his first record in his career was called Dove (Paloma), a CD dedicated to his wife in the year of 2004 and his last album recorded entitled Dear Father (Padre Querido) was dedicated to his father who lived to the age of 92, Mr. Leonides Rivera.
The inspiration comes from my many countries that I have visited … I served 31 years of military service at the head of musical bands as important as The Navy Steel Band... “, mentioned Manny as an example in the second question.
With this interview I learned that even Mexico has its own very defined tropical rhythms in the salsa style.
“…My music reflects much these experiences, one thing I do differently from other composers, is that I mix rhythms, for example I have a cumbia just written here in San Diego. And the cumbia has Mexican cumbia, but this is actually a mix of Salsa and cumbia… ” said Cepeda with emotion.
A composer who is bringing his multifaceted creative flavor to the musical culture of Salsa. El Salsero Clasico, is classified by its position in the pace of the class conservative assonance of hot music. Well let me tell you that if you like to know more about the music, biography, presentations of Manny Cepeda, visit his website www.mannycepeda.com, to find more details of Manny.
So the fusion of rhythms I love, I have a song called-Chévere-, for example, and has samba from Brazil, sobo tone from Cuba, Cumbia, Bolero, Salsa and Merengue all in a song…” added our Mr. Cepeda to give us a taste of the work he is doing right now.

By Jose Rodriguez/02.02.13

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