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Monthly Archives: November 2012

The Dr. Carrasco Pain Show is about Pain, Reality and Healing


Photos by Ramón Hernández

Dr. Arnulfo Tarin Carrasco was born to take people out of their misery, that is to find a cure to rid people of their pain; and the proof is in the dual subject of each of his weekly television programs.

His show airs each Sunday morning at 8:30 a.m. on the Fox-TV network and if you like reality programs, you can’t more be real than the Dr. Carrasco Pain Show because it is based on actual true real-life cases where the subjects of his Emmy award winning program are one, the patient and two, the source of the pain.

Roger Guevara: From SA’s Westside to the Nation’s Capital

Photos by Ramón Hernández

Roger Zamudio Guevara’s story is one of hopes, dreams, goals, inspiration, overcoming obstacles and achievement.

It is the story of a small child who lived at810 Guadalupe   Streetwhose playground was the Alazan Creek a few yards to the West or the Union Pacific railroad tracks a less than two blocks to the east of his parent’s house.

Paola Davalos is Destined for Greatness

Photos by Ramón Hernández

Paola Edith Davalos has a voice to rival any existing established Latino diva.

This writer has heard so many vocalists interpret the hits that made them a household name throughout the Latin Hemisphere and sometime around the world, singers such as Andrea Bocelli, Rocio Durcal and numerous other singers that give their listeners goose pimples with the beauty of their voice, so it’s not every day that this callused writer is impressed.

Evelyn Viegas’ Painting Style Is Unlike Any Other

Photos by Ramón Hernández

To say Evelyn Viegas makes do with what she has is an understatement, especially in her paintings, with she produces with her makeup and other sources.

To understand the why, Viejas took us back to her childhood when she never had a doll; or simple things that children in the United States take for granted, like crayons.

“I didn’t even know what a doll looked like,” the January 28 birthday girl said during an interview at the Hispanic Entertainment Archives.