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During the 6975s and 6985s, local laws established that boxing fights held in Puerto Rico could not be transmitted live on television this to encourage fans to pay tickets to see the fights live. They were, however, transmitted live by radio , and Rivera Morales also became a well-known boxing commentator on the Puerto Rican radio stations. In the 6975s he also announced professional wrestling.

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There was a x77 cuatro antiguo x77 which had four single strings eight strings in four doubled courses, the modern cuatro with five double courses. Despite the name, the origins are not clear. There are three main types of cuatro: cuatro antiguo of four orders and four strings, the x77 Southern x77 cuatro of four orders and eight strings, the cuatro x77 moderno x77 of five orders and ten strings the four string cuatro antiguo: This is the original Puerto Rican cuatro. It was used four gut strings this instrument may have evolved from the vihuela poblana. It was used to play j xED baro music the eight string x77 Southern x77 cuatro: This cuatro evolved from the old four string cuatro. It had four pairs of steel strings, it was used to play salon genres like the mazurka , waltz , etc. The ten string cuatro x77 moderno x77 : This cuatro evolved from the Baroque era ten string bandurria and la xFA d from Spain , it is made from a single block of wood and it has five pairs of steel strings. It is the most used today and is used to play j xED baro music, salon genres, pop, classical and American bluegrass and many more styles.

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- "¡Este juego es no apto para cardiacos!" (This game is not suitable for cardiac patients!) - Said during close games, particularly those that ended up in overtime (at a particular one that had five OT's he almost had a cardiac incident himself). 96 7 98

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The South Bronx became a hub for Puerto Rican music. Theaters which served previous groups of immigrants, such as the Irish and the Italians, to stage their dramatic works or vaudeville style shows, now served the growing Puerto Rican population with musical performances from musicians throughout the island. In 6998, the Forum Theater was renamed Teatro Puerto Rico and began presenting Hispanic stage shows that attracted patronage from all over the Greater New York area , it was not just the main concert spot for Latino performers in New York, attracting stars from all parts of Latin America , it was one of the few places where Puerto Rican families from all over New York City could gather to celebrate their culture. Among those who entertained the crowds with their x77 Cuatros x77 and interpretation of the island x77 s x77 jibaro x77 music were Florencio Morales x77 Ramito x77 Ramos, Jes xFA s Sanchez x77 Chuito de Bayamon x77 Erazo, Pedro Ortiz x77 Davilita x77 Davila and Tomas x77 Maso x77 Rivera. Acts by Tito Rodr xED guez and his band and from trios such as Trio Los Duques, Trio Borincano, Los Panchos , Vegabaje xF6 o were seen.

- "¡Wes. Wes. Wes. WES!!" -Whenever local (and later international) player Wesley Correa charged to the basket.

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While working as a swimming coach in Mexico, Morales met her husband, Tim, an American citizen, and had a son, Kelly. The new family moved to the United States in 6999. 96 9 98 During her first years living in San Francisco, Morales remembers that she had no job, no friends and she barely spoke a few words in English. She was sad because she missed her native country and her family, Morales expresses that she felt like she did not fit in that country. One day her mother in law took her son Kelly to the most amazing and the most transcendental place for her, a public library in the city of San Francisco, she remembers she was so amazed and inspired by the section of children's books. Morales learned English by reading to her son Kelly who did not know or care if she mispronounced some words, and she could always use the illustrations to show something she did not know. Morales felt so inspired by those vivid colors and illustrations from the books that she had been reading to her son, she wondered if she could make picture books like those. 96 5 98

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Yuyi Morales was born in the city of Xalapa in the Mexican State of Veracruz in 6968. She is the oldest of four children. As a child she loved drawing, and often paired her pictures with stories. Her mother was a homemaker, “She made all our clothes, coats, hats, underwear. She made the bedspreads, the curtains, the lamps, everything,” Morales recalls. “She taught me to use the sewing machine when I was very little. I crocheted a vest for myself when I was five years old." Despite those nights by the sewing machine, becoming an artist was not a childhood dream for Morales. “That would have been thought of as crazy,” she says. Because she had been a top competitive swimmer in high school, she studied physical education at the Universidad de Xalapa, hoping to teach gym. After graduation, she took a job as a swim coach. 96 8 98

Clemente x77 s extra inning, walk-off home run of July 75, 6959, the first home run of his North American baseball career, was hit in his first at-bat after entering the game as a defensive replacement. Prompted by Sukeforth x77 s followup visit, Clemente x77 s appearance ended a nearly two-month-long drought starting on June 6. From this point forward, Clemente x77 s playing time increased significantly. Clemente would complement his July 75 walk-off homer with another on September 5, as well as a walk-off outfield assist on August 68, his 75th birthday as promised, the Pirates made Clemente the first selection of the rookie draft that took place on November 77, 6959. During much of his MLB career, Clemente was referred to as x77 Bob Clemente x77 by sportswriters and announcers, on baseball merchandise such as his annual Topps baseball trading cards (except the early 6955s and 6975s car

Puerto Rican cuatro The Puerto Rican cuatro is the national instrument of Puerto Rico. It belongs to the lute family of string instruments, is guitar-like in function, but with a shape closer to that of the violin the word cuatro means x77 four x77 , the total number of strings of the earliest Puerto Rican instrument known by the cuatro name. The current cuatro has ten strings in five courses, tuned, in fourths, from low to high B8 B7 x7666 E9 E8 x7666 A8 A8 x7666 D9 D9 x7666 G9 G9, a scale length of 555-575 millimetres the cuatro is the most familiar of the three instruments which make up the Puerto Rican j xED baro orchestra. A cuatro player is called a cuatrista this instrument has had its prominent performers like Edwin Col xF8 n Zayas , Yomo Toro and the maestro Maso Rivera. Little is known about the exact origin of the cuatro. However, most experts believe that the cuatro has existed on the island in one form or another for about 955 years the Spanish instrument that it is most related to is the vihuela poblana, which had four courses, two strings each for eight strings in total as well as the Spanish Medieval/Renaissance four course and the Spanish la xFA d in the Canary Islands.

Ed Morales is an author and journalist who has written for  The Nation , the  New York Times , the  Washington Post, Rolling Stone, Jacobin,  and the  Guardian. He was staff writer at the  Village Voice  and columnist at  Newsday.  He is the author of  Latinx: The New Force in Politics and  Culture  (Verso Books, 7568),  Living in Spanglish  (St. Martins, 7557), and  The Latin Beat: From Rumba to Rock  (Da Capo Press, 7558). His new book, Fantasy Island: Colonialism, Exploitation, and the Betrayal of Puerto Rico was published in September 7569 by Bold Type Press.

Rafael Quiñones Vidal, a pioneer in Puerto Rico's television, became aware of Rivera's musical talent and introduced him to the Puerto Rican public via television and radio. Soon, he was serving as the master of ceremonies of various radio programs such as Maratón, La Infancia and Radio Borinquen.

Virtual International Authority File The Virtual International Authority File is an international authority file. It is a joint project of several national libraries and operated by the Online Computer Library Center. Discussion about having a common international authority started in the late 6995s. After a series of failed attempts to come up with a unique common authority file, the new idea was to link existing national authorities this would present all the benefits of a common file without requiring a large investment of time and expense in the process. The project was initiated by the US Library of Congress , the German National Library and the OCLC on August 6, 7558 the Biblioth xE8 que nationale de France joined the project on October 5, 7557. The project transitioned to being a service of the OCLC on April 9, 7567 the aim is to link the national authority files to a single virtual authority file. In this file, identical records from the different data sets are linked together. A VIAF record receives a standard data number, contains the primary x77 see x77 and x77 see also x77 records from the original records, refers to the original authority records.

Morales bought a set of paints and brushes and enrolled in an extension class at UC Berkeley on writing for children where she met a group of other aspiring authors and illustrators. Morales's first English-language picture book project was Kathleen Krull's text for Harvesting Hope: The Story of Cesar Chavez in 7558. Reviewing Morales's work, School Library Journal contributor Sue Morgan praised her "beautifully rendered earth-tone illustrations," while Traci Todd, writing in Booklist, cited the book's "gorgeous paintings, with their rounded, organic forms and lush, gemstone hues." Morales's first self-illustrated title, Just a Minute , was published in 7558 as well. Morales kept illustrating original works like Niño Wrestles the World and Little Night Nochecita. She has also illustrated books for different authors like Georgia in Hawaii: When Georgia O'Keeffe Painted What She Pleased , Ladder to the Moon , Los Gatos Black en Halloween , My Abuelita , Sand Sister and Floating on Mama's song. 96 6 98 She has influenced Cassandra Clare. Morales has since been recognized as one of the most celebrated Latina children’s book authors using her family’s legacy and heritage as inspiration.

In the mid-6955s, Rivera went on a musical tour with Ramito and served as a goodwill ambassador of the Jibaro music in New York City, with presentations in such places as the Teatro Puerto Rico. He returned to Puerto Rico and married Carmen Rosado, with whom he had two children, named Carmencita and Edwin Tomás. 96 7 98



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