By Ramón Hernández
It was 10:19 p.m. on Sunday, June 13 when Javier Galván was involved in a head-on collision with an oncoming vehicle near Winters, Texas. And it didn’t take long for the rumor mill to spread word that Galván had perished. And when some people read that he was incapacitated, they took this to mean decapitated.
As everyone now knows, the saddest of news is that three persons did lose their life. They were Marisa Ramos, 20, Cissy Ramos, 46 and seven-year-old Adalynn Muñiz. Therefore, this writer and the entire StreetTalk magazine staff extend our deepest sympathies to their families.
For Re: New CD Immediate Release
Jan. 22, 2014
from Javier Galvan (Duet with Manny D.) “Simplemente Mi Historia”
Title Track: “La Mujer”
In 2009, after 25 years of a very successful and blessed career in the main stream music industry, Javier Galvan, lead singer, owner and founder of the musical group, Fama, decided to retire to spend more time with his family and pursue a calling to serve the Lord as a full time Christian minister. His ministry work took him throughout the United States, Mexico, Central America and South America. Thanks to his loving wife, Norma, Javier was able to pursue his passion and serve the Lord while raising his family. In these past five years, Javier was able to produce new inspirational music and videos while spreading the Word and helping others.
Duck Dynasty‘s Phil Robertson Says Being Gay Is Illogical: A Vagina Is More Desirable Than a Man’s Anus
by Zach Johnson
As a straight man, Duck Dynasty‘s Phil Robertson doesn’t understand what it means to be gay.
In the January 2014 issue of GQ, the A&E reality star shares his views on homosexuality and opens up about his conservative, Louisiana-based family, and their strong Christian faith.
Saturday 10-19-2013 @ 11:45 P.M.
Congratulations to the WINNERS of the 33rd Annual Tejano Music Awards
Song of Year/Artist/Group
Mi Mundo Se Acabo – Siggno
Male Vocalist of the Year
Female Vocalist of the Year
Entertainer of the Year
Album of the Year – Tejano
Contigo Descubri – Elida Reyna y Avante
Album of the Year – Conjunto
Back on Track – Los Hermanos Farias
Album of the Year – Norteño
San Antonio Luminaria 2013
Story and photos by Joseph Martinez
Rain ,Rain stay away and it did. For the folks who braved the cool night they were treated to an amazing evening loaded with the sight, sound and the aroma of food lingering in the air. Walking the park grounds I came to a opinion wishing there were two of me so I can see and enjoy twice as much. There were 6 stages and over 600 artist.
In the case of Mónica Yvette, she entered that long tunnel when she almost lapsed into a coma.
“That’s why I minister that God is able and that there’s nothing impossible,” Yvette said during a telephone interview.
The exact date is not known but it was once prophesized that she would conceive twins and that the pregnancy would be a testimony to her ministry.
“When I was told this, I envisioned they (the twins) would become ministers and be known for spreading the Word, but that was not to be the case.”
By Roberto Álvarez
Steve’s body was cremated and a memorial service was held on Thursday, August 19.
According to Héctor Saldaña, Steve’s children: Steve II, Steve III, Richard, Anita and Mary Ann Jordan plus siblings Bonificio (Boni), Ramón and Guadalupe (Lupe) plus the Grammy Awards winner’s longtime companion Azeneth Domínguez left Steve’s house on South San Joaquin Street heading a parade of people that resembled a New Orleans funeral procession. They walked south to Castroville Road where they turned right and walked one block to Dahlgreen Avenue where they turned left and proceeded until they reached San Martínez de Porras Catholic Church.
Story & Photos By: Ramón Hernández
The return of Emilio Navaira less than three years after his almost fatal accident is a miracle.
The minute his fans found out that he and some band members had been hospitalized, they started to pray, form prayer groups and by the next evening thousands conducted candle light vigils in several cities.
Latin Connection correspondent Madeline Lozano, who was part of the thousands of people at Alamodome vividly recalls that evening.
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Can you image a radio station with 100 percent of its programming specifically aimed at kids?
Well wonder no more because it is a reality at Radio Air Jesus where half a dozen teenagers between the ages of 13 to 16 from the Church of Acts are the panelists, hosts and radio personalities.
It is truly amazing to see Azariah Peña, Pete Garza III, Isabella Simmons, Yvette Gutiérrez, Madie López and Gabby Taylor in action when each Sunday, they interview a different Christian music recording artist. Best of all, one is not only able to hear, but to watch the actual interview through a live video feed on their Website.