El boxeador profesional e instructor Carlos Luque en foto captada en Boxing Inc., ubicado en W. Ina Road, el 30 de Agosto de 2012.
Cuando pisa al cuadrilátero, Carlos Luque entra en escena. Pero el resto de su vida la pasa escondido en las sombras.
Carlos Luque entrena con su compañero Sean Pelletier.
Robles Pass is a saguaro-studded web of trails. Its Camaro Loop is rocky, craggy and surrounded by hills. Unless you knew better, you wouldn't expect to see Greg Hockensmith biking here.
All Kaela Manger wants is a place to get started. She's hoping that happens at Sonrisa Apartments.
Wishing us all a peaceful night and a good Tuesday
Michelle Kuhns, with the Food Bank, working with Isaiah Mister in his family's new garden in July of 2009.
Michelle Kuhns had plenty of dirt under her fingernails when I met her about five years ago.
In this story, heartbreak starts with congratulations. After Hizzoner sealed the deal on the future of our elephants, moving Connie and Shaba to San Diego together, the congratulations came rolling in to Tracy Toland and Jessica Shuman.
To get a glimpse of our future in 2062, I turned to my friends
on Facebook. This seemed fitting. Facebook was something no one
could have predicted 100 or 50 years ago; perhaps it could be a
place to see our far-flung future clearly.
The medical staff had brought two sixers of beer to the hospital that morning, and Steve Vihel proposed a toast. He didn't have much strength and had to sip the beer through a straw, but he raised the bottle to his father, godmother, brother and girlfriend. "Here's to new beginnings."
Why is it that TUSD is a place where efforts to improve the
district somehow make it worse? No, I'm not talking about Mark
Stegeman. This is about last week's bus debacle, which left
thousands of students stranded across the city.