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Steve Randel

Antonio with Houston elite in Walk 2 Vote campaign on ABC 13.
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MULTI-MEDIA MILLENNIAL ANTONIO ARELLANO IS A MAN ON A MISSION

Donald Trump, 70, might be the self-proclaimed King of Twitter, especially at 3 am. Whatever. He’s running a distant second place compared to Antonio Arellano, 26, who uses social media outlets 24/7. And the boyish-looking broadcast journalist  says that his internet passion has been a career game-changer. Antonio Arellano works for ABC-affiliate Channel 13 in Houston, Texas and he has an interesting job title: Social...

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29 Oct 2016
MARCO RUBIO SUCCESSFULLY DEFENDS SENATE SEAT,  AS SEVERAL OTHER YOUNG LATINOS CLIMB THE POLITICAL LADDER
in Politics

MARCO RUBIO SUCCESSFULLY DEFENDS SENATE SEAT, AS SEVERAL OTHER YOUNG LATINOS CLIMB THE POLITICAL LADDER

When Marco Rubio returned to Washington after a failed presidential bid, he had a surprising announcement for the waiting media. Seemingly disenchanted with dirty politics, the 45 year old Cuban-American said he would fill out his term in the U.S. Senate and return to normal life as a private citizen. The rocky campaign didn’t produce many positive moments for Rubio. It was more of a...

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17 Oct 2016
GOOFY GUILLERMO CONTINUES TO STIR THE DRINK FOR JIMMY KIMMEL
in Film - T.V.

GOOFY GUILLERMO CONTINUES TO STIR THE DRINK FOR JIMMY KIMMEL

Guillermo Rodriguez might be one of those lucky guys who was at the right place and time. That’s not unusual in the entertainment business. Then again, it’s the sharp wit and lovable, innocent demeanor of Guillermo that’s kept him in the game. For those who hit the hay early in the work and school week, Guillermo Rodriguez is the sidekick of late night talk show...

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09 Oct 2016
Pallbearers wear a No. 16 jersey in honor of Miami Marlins pitcher Jose Fernandez as they carry his casket for a memorial service at St. Brendan's Catholic Church, Thursday, Sept. 29, 2016, in Miami. Fernandez was killed in a boating accident Sunday along with two friends. (AP Photo/Lynne Sladky)
in Sports

JOSE FERNANDEZ WAS BASEBALL’S BEST NEW ERA AMBASSADOR

Miami Marlins manager Don Mattingly couldn’t stop crying during the painful press conference. Who could blame him for struggling with composure? Several Marlin players stood in the background, motionless and in disbelief. Later though, when it was time to play baseball again, the team surrounded the mound in an emotional tribute I’ve never witnessed before in professional sports. Jose Fernandez, the Marlins All-Star pitcher who...

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28 Sep 2016
WITH MEXICAN CUISINE, IT’S ALL ABOUT THE SALSA
in Hispanic Kitchen

WITH MEXICAN CUISINE, IT’S ALL ABOUT THE SALSA

At almost every Mexican restaurant in the world, guests are served a bowl of chips and salsa almost immediately after they are seated. The chips should be light with a minimum of grease and sprinkled with salt. At least that’s what I prefer. Unfortunately, many establishments simply serve a product purchased in a bag from the nearest market. The same goes with the salsa. Do...

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22 Sep 2016
THANKS FOR THE MEMORIES, BOBBY CHACON
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THANKS FOR THE MEMORIES, BOBBY CHACON

When a good friend leaves us too early, it’s only natural to grieve. It’s a devastating blow to the gut that drops you to your knees. Then again, we have all learned through personal experience that it helps the healing process to remember the good times. That’s how we should all feel about former boxing champion Bobby Chacon, 64, who passed away on September 7th...

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15 Sep 2016
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