Salsa Bar at the Creations booth! Pizza, Chinese, grill items such as burgers & chicken strips, deli sandwiches and, of course, burritos!
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Logan's Andrew Lozano showedBy Andrew Alcazar
off his car at the show.
Andrew Alcazar/Courier Photo
, Courier Staff Writer
Every year, the Puente class holds a car show of low rider and muscles cars around the time of Cinco de Mayo, but this year was a little different as rain affected the turn out of students and volunteers to bring their cars.
Freshman Andrew Lozano, whose father usually brings his car, said â€śthe rain would not be best for his dad's car, so he wasn't going to make it todayť."
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By Alejandro Samaniego, Courier Staff Writer
After back to back games for the Logan Boys, the team pulled out two strong victories against Castro Valley on Wednesday, April 29th, and Kennedy on Thursday, April 30th.
Before the Castro Valley game on Wednesday, April 29th, a ceremony was held for the four seniors on the volleyball team. Two seniors are graduating after their first year in the volleyball program, Lutful Asifi and Sunny Bal, while the other two seniors have played their entire high school careers, Dexter Lising and Aniq Masood.. Coach Mike Soltau praised the four seniors in the ceremony for their hard work, great personalities and most importantly their best effort. For the boysâ€™ senior night, the last home game of the season, they came from a slow start to take the victory. After falling in the first game (23-25), the boys struck back taking the next three games (25-19, 27-25, 25-19). Aniq Masood had 21 kills in his last home game in high school, Minh Ngo put up 54 assists, and Henry Lam came up with 19 digs.
Posted by courier at 09:05 AM. Filed under: Sports
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Carlos Monsiváis Aceves
(born May 4, 1938, in Mexico City) is a Mexican writer and journalist on the El Universal newspaper. He writes political opinion columns in other leading newspapers and is considered to be an opinion leader within the country's progressive sectors.
Monsiváis studied economics and philosophy in the National Autonomous University of Mexico. His writings, some of which are written with an ironic undertone, show a deep understanding of the origin and development of Mexican popular culture.
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