Recordando A Manuel con Hoguera Nortena, grupo norteno tocando en Littlerock (Palmdale), CA



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Y que les parece si vamos recordando a Don Meño? Recordando a Manuel se llama esto, de los corridos que andan pegando mucho recientemente, con sus amigos de Hoguera Norteña!

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Y claro que estamos listos para amenizar su fiesta o evento con lo mejor de la musica nortena. Por supuesto, tocando en todas las areas de Los Angeles y sus alrededores, incluyendo: Pasadena, Los Angeles, Whittier, Downey, Montclair, Commerce, City of Industry, Huntington Park, Compton, Bell, Bellflower, El Monte, Montebello, Valle de San Fernando, Lancaster, Palmdale, Littlerock, Pomona, Ontario, Norwalk, tambien condados de Orange (como Santa Ana, Buena Park, Anaheim), y Riverside (Moreno Valley, Mira Loma, Perris, Jurupa Valley, Corona, Eastvale, Lake Elsinore, Temecula) y San Bernardino (Victorville, Hesperia, Adelanto, Apple Valley, Bloomington, Rialto, Bloomington, Rancho Cucamonga, Phelan, Fontana), y mas! Hoguera Norteña con lo mejor de la musica nortena clasica y tradicional como Tigres del Norte, Ramon Ayala, Invasores de Nuevo Leon, Cadetes de Linares, Cardenales de Nuevo Leon, etc, etc, etc. Tambien cumbias, huapangos, y musica movida para bailar como el estilo de Grupo Control, Tigrillos, etc. Tambien tocamos corridos para los compas que les gustan corridos clasicos y nuevos! A sus ordenes para todo tipo de eventos! Hoguera Nortena.

Bautizo El Bolo throwing money Traditions Dj Palmdale 6619743292



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El Bolo” thrown money at baptism Padrino and Madrina (Godparents) The tradition of throwing. here in U.S. mostly quarters and dimes. The bolo is thrown like rice at weddings if in front of church. the kids go crazy. it means the baptize kid will live in abundance.

el Bolo” cuando el bautizo ha sido celebrado en la iglesia. Esto es algo tradicional y simboliza que el niño vivirá en la abundancia

Sheriff: Gavin Smith’s Remains Found By Hikers In Rural Palmdale



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New information was expected to be released Thursday in the death investigation of missing Fox executive Gavin Smith whose remains were discovered last week. Kara Finnstrom reports.

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Loved ones hold vigil for Palmdale crash victims



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More than 200 mourners came together Nov. 19 for a vigil to remember the three people who died Nov. 18 in a traffic collision on 10th Street West near Avenue N-8 in Palmdale.

The crowd gathered at the crash site to shed tears, trade stories and light candles in memory of Lancaster residents Zachary Elijah Swensen, 21, and London Chae Ortiz-Stodgell, 20, and Rosamond resident Michael James Cole, 32.

The three were members of a local motorcycle club, a source at the vigil said.

London and Zachary were engaged and had a 3-year-old son, loved ones said. Michael was remembered as a sweet and unpredictable guy who kept those around him smiling and laughing, his friends said.

London, Zachary and Michael died Wednesday night after the motorcycles they were on collided, authorities said. Read more details on the crash at:

Deputies: Man Kills Grandmother, Injures Mother In Palmdale Double-Stabbing



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Authorities say a 29-year-old man killed his 82-year-old grandmother and injured his mother in a double-stabbing at a Palmdale home Thursday afternoon. Rachel Kim reports.

Driver rescued from burning car in Palmdale



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Los Angeles County Sheriff’s deputies Zachary Marshall, Jeremy Carlisle and Jonathan Schnereger, and good Samaritan David Perez, are credited with rescuing a 28-year-old man who was stuck in his burning car after it crashed into a wall outside a home in Palmdale on Thursday, May 12.

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