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          Surge of oil and gas flowing to Texas coastline triggers building boom, tensions      Cache   Translate Page      

PORT ARANSAS, Texas — To the east, the Gulf of Mexico stretches out, blue-green and sparkling. To the west and north, flounder and trout meander in a chain of bays. People flock here to fish. Others come to this beach town near Corpus Christi to kayak, parasail or admire the hundreds of bird species on […]

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          Major Storm to Hit Houston Texas on Friday December 7, 2018      Cache   Translate Page      
Major Storm is on its way for Houston Texas on Friday December 7, 2018 and it will bring 50+ mm of Rain which as 6.30 Inches of Rain and it will Cause a lot of Flooding and there will be lots of Puddles on the Streets and the Winds will be Strong and it will be a lot of Heavy Rain in Houston, Galveston and Corpus Christi Texas and the Sewers will Back up on the Streets in Houston Texas and it will be a lot of Flooding Rain Especially on Friday Evening and the Heavy Rain will also hit San Antonio Texas. People in Houston Texas Be Prepared Have your Rubber Boots, Rain Coats and Rain Suits Ready. When you Go Outside Wear your Rain Gear, Rubber Boots and Rain Coats to Keep you Dry. Have your Samsung Galaxy's, Samsung Galaxy Smartphones, Samsung Galaxy Tablets, Smartphones, Cell Phones, Laptops and Tablets Charged and Have your 3G and 4G Internet Ready. When you are Walking Stay Away from the Flooded Areas and Don't Walk through the Puddles and Avoid the Puddles while you are Walking. If you Have anybody Living in Houston Texas Be Prepared for Heavy Rain on Friday December 7, 2018. Take Care and Stay Safe and Don't Get Caught in the Heavy Rain Stay Dry and Be Safe. http://www.frankieactionfigure.com http://www.frankiewithlotsoffans.blogspot.ca https://store.bobbleheadhall.com/products/frankiemacdonaldtalking
          Leme May Only Get Better in 2019      Cache   Translate Page      

By: Justin Felisko December 04, 2018 PUEBLO, Colo. – It has only been four years since Jose Vitor Leme began to consistently get aboard high-caliber bulls in Brazil. It has only been 402 days since Leme made his United States debut at the 2017 Velocity Tour Finals in Las Vegas. Regardless, Leme has become one of the best bull riders in the world in a very short period, and he is now a potential favorite to win the 2019 PBR World Championship. The 22-year-old got off to a fast start this past Saturday by going 2-for-2 to win the Corpus Christi Chute Out Velocity Tour event, picking up 195 world points to move into the No. 2 position in the very, very early 2019 world standings. Leme earned the victory with the kind of bull ride you would normally find at an Unleash The Beast event when the third-year pro rode Sosa’s Alley Cat for 91.5 points. He is only the third rider to reach 8 seconds on the bovine athlete in 34 outs at all levels of competition. Alley Cat had bucked off 11 consecutive riders, and he gave Leme all he had in his arsenal inside the American Bank Center. Leme, though,... Continue Reading

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          IceRays Make Trio of Trades; Mnich to World Juniors      Cache   Translate Page      
CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas - The Corpus Christi IceRays geared up for a busy holiday stretch by making trades Tuesday with the Aberdeen Wings, Chippewa Ste... - NAHL Corpus Christi IceRays
          Driver CDL Local Delivery - FIRST SHIFT      Cache   Translate Page      
Dr Pepper Snapple - Corpus Christi, TX - Driver Local Delivery Combination Route – [Corpus Christi, TX] The Driver Local Delivery Combination Route utilizes a CDL Class...
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TX-Corpus Christi, Description The Opportunity Based out of Corpus Christi, TX. As a Customer Service Driver your primary job will be to provide coverage for other route drivers when they are out. When not covering routes, you will be performing warehouse duties. Flexibility and strong customer service skills are important. This is a full time permanent position and will eventually develop into having your own sales
          The Admirable Crichton Review – ‘a light-hearted antidote to eighth week’      Cache   Translate Page      
Simone Fraser finds Corpus Christi Owlets' new production to be effective comic relief in eighth week.
          In Roma, Alfonso Cuarón Zooms in on Class Tensions      Cache   Translate Page      

In Alfonso Cuarón’s latest film, Roma, the tension between the haves and have-nots is eloquently explored from the perspective of those who are ill-equipped to effect social change. Set in 1970 and 1971, the story centers on a middle-class family in the Mexico City neighborhood of Colonia Roma; it chronicles the turmoil of two vulnerable women, Sofía (Marina de Tavira), a mother of four whose husband is about to leave her, and Cleo (Yalitza Aparicio), an indigenous woman who is one of the family’s two live-in maids.

The plot revolves around Cleo, who, after getting pregnant, fears being fired by Sofía. Sofía herself is in crisis, committed to keeping her family together as her husband runs away with another woman. The children are more attached emotionally to Cleo than to their mother, although they know she is just a maid, that is, a subordinate.

As these women undergo their own personal struggles, a larger political and social struggle is unfolding in Mexico. The Partido Revolucionario Institucional has ruled the nation since before World War II. But the youth are growing increasingly restless and the party’s control is crumbling. A student-led anti-authoritarian movement has risen up, leading to the Halconazo, or the Corpus Christi massacre, in which around 120 demonstrators are killed by a government-sponsored paramilitary group, at the Instituto Politécnico Nacional on June 10, 1971. These real life events eventually intersect with the characters when the boy Cleo is dating, Fermín (Jorge Antonio Guerrero), a martial arts freak, is revealed to have participated in the massacre (although Cleo is naïve about his involvement).

The film is decidedly autobiographical, as Cuarón grew up in Roma during the same period. A virtuoso of subtlety, he looks at the social tension tangentially, exploring the way the Mexican middle class is insulated, and thus oblivious, to the havoc on the streets. Country and family are falling apart. There is an authority vacuum. Chaos reigns while Sofía and her children, accompanied by Cleo, go on vacation.

Lusciously shot in black and white, Roma is a paean to the Mexico City of the time. The recreation is impeccable. I know because this is my background, too; I grew up near Coyoacán, the artsy neighborhood, and, like Cuarón, was ten years old in 1971. There are recurring musical references to the undulating tonalities of water. Pop songs are constantly playing in the background. Meanwhile, the family’s dog keeps defecating on the driveway. The shots of desperate Cleo looking to confront Fermín about the paternity of the baby she will soon birth take place in the slums, where progress hasn’t made an entrance. In contrast, the sequence where the family goes on vacation to a rich hacienda—which suddenly catches fire during their stay—displays a profligate upper class.

Cuarón not only wrote the screenplay but was the cinematographer as well, and his touch is everywhere. There are tributes to Mexican directors like Luis Buñuel and Emilio “El Indio” Fernández and references to Cuarón’s own work, as when the characters see on TV a movie about two astronauts floating aimlessly in space, like George Clooney and Sandra Bullock in Gravity, and when the family travels to a vacation retreat that invokes not only the atmosphere but the imagery of Y Tu Mamá También.

The hospital scene in which Cleo delivers her baby might well be among the best depictions of loss I have ever seen on screen. And the sequence in which a despondent Cleo is invited to join the family on a trip to the ocean in Veracruz will forever stand, I venture to suggest, as Cuarón’s best display of cinematic dexterity.

Toward the end of Roma, as the family is returning from Veracruz, there is a shot inside the car where, while Sofía is driving, two of the four children fall asleep in Cleo’s arms. And then, in passing, we see Sofía’s second child in the back seat. We have gotten used to him, but only now does he come into focus. Like everyone else, his expression is one of dejection. It becomes obvious that it’s Cuarón himself. By tying the story to a specific viewpoint, the shot gives the film its gravitas.

Roma is dedicated to the real life Cleo, whose name is Liboria “Libo” Rodríguez, in tribute to the love Cuarón feels for the person who raised him. And love, its complexities, its surprises, even amid loss and class anxiety, is what this masterpiece splendidly explores.


          12-05 | Texas Children in Nature Summit Brings Groups to Corpus Christi Dec. 6-7 to Address "Nature Deficit Disorder"      Cache   Translate Page      
The Texas Children in Nature (TCiN) network will host its second annual statewide Summit and Champions Luncheon in Corpus Christi on Dec. 6- 7. The Summit brings together leaders from across the state from the conservation, education, health, faith and youth development communities to learn about the latest research, share innovations and network to turn inspiration into action.
          El Belén municipal ya se exhibe en el salón de cristal con más de 300 figuras en 40 metros cuadrados      Cache   Translate Page      

    El Salón de Cristal del Ayuntamiento de València exhibe desde esta mañana el belén monumental municipal, que este año llega a los 40 metros cuadrados y que contiene más de 300 figuras. Por cuarto año consecutivo el consistorio, a través de la Concejalía de Cultura Festiva, se suma así a la lista de […]

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