Jenny Dolores Rivera Saavedra, better known as Jenni Rivera was born in Long Beach, California on July 2, 1969. Jenni Rivera is daughter of, singer and composer, Pedro Rivera and Rosa Saavedra, and sister of Lupillo Rivera, Juan Rivera, Gustavo Rivera and Rosie Rivera. Jenni is better known as a Mexican-American singer. Jenni Rivera’s teen years weren’t easy. She got pregnant at the age of 15 by Trino Marin, her parents kicked her out of their house and then she dropped out of school to take care of her baby and to marry Trino in 1984.
Erika Van Hesteren lived with her family in the southern part of Amsterdam before the Nazi invade them. In 1941, German officers brought many Jews from street and homes moved to ghetto including Erika and her family. Gideon,Erika’s boyfriend,who is Germany, was working for an underground organization at that time built a wonderful hiding place in rectangular space under their eaves. He fixed up a small wooden door that opened from the bottom , and then hung different things in front of it. Nobody would never suspect an entrance there.
Camilia Saulino: Soccer Star in the Making The idea of being a professional soccer player is one entertained by many but for Camilia Saulino, the possibility is more than that. She has been playing since kindergarten, and played rec for nine years. Now, Saulino is on the Cleveland High School Junior Varsity team. Said Saulino about making the team; “I was very excited to get on the team because everyone was is good, and I didn’t think I was that level.”
Amanda Berry kept journals while she was being held captive, the book shifts from her perspective to Gina DeJesus’s. The book also goes through what their families were going through and Castro’s background. Between 2002 and 2004, Castro kidnapped the girls, Michelle Knight was the first one. He kept them locked up inside his own home. But in May of 2013, Amanda Berry snuck through a door helping the women reach their freedom.
This story is important because when she went in her cell she was ok but later she was found dead. 6. Sandra’s family is affected because they have lost a loved one. They are looking for answers and now it seems that the jury has decided not to indict anyone. 7.
The documentary is about the erroneous incarceration and outcast of Amanda Knox, an American exchange student in Perugia. She is blamed for the murder of another exchange student named Meredith. Finding the door to Meredith's room locked after noticing blood splatters in the bathroom, Amanda gets her boyfriend to contact the police, who come and investigate. They find Meredith dead with her throat slashed. It is noted that Amanda breaks down several times throughout the documentary.
Today, when one turns on the radio, Pandora, or any type music streaming company, we will most likely hear artists singing songs that do not sound like their ‘usual sound.’ Today they are known as crossover artists, and some of the most widely know to this day are Taylor Swift from country to pop, Enrique Iglesias and Gloria Estefan both coming from Latin fan bases to the American pop culture. Latin artists almost always start off with fan base in Spanish speaking countries, but once they are able to crossover into the American mainstream music it is a completely different story, it leads to instant fame. They are recognized around the world, even if it is for one hit. Yet this is where most Latin artists struggle, because in order to become more popular they need to break the barrier between
Dade considers himself responsible to catch the woman, but his parents give him conflicting advice on the subject. At the end of the story, Dade lets the woman go for the same reason that she doesn't have a name, speak, and isn’t the main character. The woman is merely a symbol for Dade’s internal conflict, and she represents both how Dade is pulled between his parents’ contrasting ideas, and she also shows that by letting the woman go, Dade makes peace with his conflict. The roots for Dade’s conflict lies primarily with his parents and their
Page 1 of 2 SelenaBy: Anna MastMost people have heard of the famous Mexican-American singer Selena. She did so many tremendous things, influenced so many people, and made such a big impact in the music industry. Selena mainly focused on Mexican music when she first started. She did not always stick to her Mexican culture and Mexican music though. This is the story and background of Selena Quintanilla-Perez.
Kayla Montgomery is worth admiring because she is still chasing her dream while being diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis. MS blocks nerve signals which causes her legs to go numb while running in the races. Kayla is one of the fastest long distance runners in the country and is a freshman on an athletic scholarships at Nashville’s Lipscomb University. With her condition, she has no feeling whatsoever while running when her body temperature gets higher and higher. People feel as if that isn 't fair-
Although Stephanie and Joe have a rough past and she must go through many risky situations, she eventually earns the $10,000 reward after solving the mysterious murder case. The author uses direct and indirect characterization to explain who these characters are and how they change during their many complications.
The novel uses many literary techniques such as foreshadowing and irony to build a strong connection between every scene and builds closer and closer to the development of the murder. There are many foreshadowing events which develop in the story before the death of Santiago. The murder is avoidable, but nobody stops it from happening. The dream, the weather, and nature all foreshadow Santiago 's death. The instance of foreshadowing at the beginning of the story is Santiago’s dream.