Monday, December 27, 2021

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Sunday, December 26, 2021

PREPARE HEALTHY MEALS....EAT WELL, LIVE WELL!

GARLIC & LEMON CHICKEN W/GREEN BEANS & RED POTATOES!
(Gluten free, Low Carb, Diabetic Friendly and so simple to make)



INGREDIENTS
6 tablespoons olive oil
2 lemons, 1 thinly sliced, 1 juiced
4 cloves garlic, minced
1 teaspoon salt
1/2 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper
3/4 pound trimmed green beans
8 small red potatoes, quartered
4 chicken breasts (bones left in, with skin, about 3 1/4 pounds)

DIRECTIONS
Preheat oven to 400°F. Coat a large baking dish or cast-iron skillet with 1 tablespoon of the olive oil. Arrange the lemon slices in a single layer in the bottom of the dish or skillet.

In a large bowl, combine the remaining oil, lemon juice, garlic, salt, and pepper; add the green beans and toss to coat. Using a slotted spoon or tongs, remove the green beans and arrange them on top of the lemon slices. Add the potatoes to the same olive-oil mixture and toss to coat. Using a slotted spoon or tongs, arrange the potatoes along the inside edge of the dish or skillet on top of the green beans. Place the chicken in the same bowl with the olive-oil mixture and coat thoroughly. Place the chicken, skin-side up, in the dish or skillet. Pour any of the remaining olive-oil mixture over the chicken.

Roast for 50 minutes. Remove the chicken from the dish or skillet. Place the beans and potatoes back in oven for 10 minutes more or until the potatoes are tender. Place a chicken breast on each of 4 serving plates; divide the green beans and potatoes equally. Serve warm.

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Sunday, December 12, 2021

World Icon Singer VICENTE FERNÁNDEZ DIED THIS SUNDAY Muere el "Charro de Huentitán"

 VICENTE FERNÁNDEZ MURIÓ ESTE DOMINGO 12 DE DICIEMBRE DESPUÉS DE ESTAR 4 MESES HOSPITALIZADO EN UNA CLÍNICA PRIVADA DE GUADALAJARA, JALISCO. 


Don Vicente Fernández, known as the “King of Rancheras, died Sunday at 81 years of age in Guadalajara, Jalisco, México, after four months of being hospitalized and diagnosed with Guillen-Barré syndrome, his family announced in a statement. “We regret to inform you of his death on Sunday, Dec. 12 at 6:15 am.

Muchas personalidades del medio artístico, incluyendo el Presidente de los Estados Unidos Joe Biden han expresado sus condolencias a través de diferentes medios sociales por la muerte de este gran ícono y popular cantante de la música ranchera mexicana quien por medio siglo se presentó en diferentes escenarios del mundo llevándose miles de aplausos y el cariño de su público. 

A nombre de nuestra revista EL NOTICOTO, EL SHOW DE TONY FRANCO y RADIO SENSACION DIGITAL expresamos nuestras más sinceras condolencias para su esposa Doña María del Refugio Abarca mejor conocida cariñosamente como Doña "Cuquita" y sus hijos Alejandro, Vicente Jr., Gerardo y Alejandra así como a todos sus nietos, amigos y fans.






Mexican Soccer League ATLAS CAMPEÓN ¡Después de 70 Años!


Sigue todas las jornadas del fútbol mexicano en tu revista EL NOTICOTO. ¡Siempre sobre la jugada!

El segundo encuentro de la gran final del FÚTBOL MEXICANO LIGA APERTURA 2021 se jugó este domingo 12 de diciembre entre los equipos ATLAS de Guadalajara, Jalisco y LEÓN de la ciudad del mismo nombre estado de Guanajuato con una victoria de los "Rojinegros" por la mínima diferencia de 1-0. 
Esta victoria obligó a los tiempos extra para definir al Campeón de este torneo ya que el jueves pasado en el "nou camp" casa del equipo LEÓN, se jugó el primer partido y resultó ganador el equipo de casa que remontó un marcador adverso de 2-1 para imponerse al final por 3-2. 
Al final de los 30 minutos en tiempos extra jugados hoy, el marcador global seguía 3-3 por lo que se tuvieron que tirar penales para decidir al ganador. Al final de los primeros 5 penales, ATLAS se coronó CAMPEÓN del Torneo GRITA MÉXICO APERTURA 2021 al detener el portero colombiano Camilo 2 penales para darle el triunfo a su equipo. 
ASÍ SE CORONÓ ATLAS CAMPEÓN APERTURA 2021
 GANADOR EN PENALES (4-3)
PARTIDO DE VUELTA 1-0 GANÓ ATLAS GLOBAL 3-3
PARTIDO DE IDA 3-2 GANÓ LEÓN 



TABLA DE POSICIONES 
Equipos en ROJO van directo a la LIGUILLA y equipos en AZUL van al repechaje para sacar 4 finalistas a un solo partido por jugarse. Equipos en NEGRO eliminados.

#EquipoPts.PJPGPEPPGFGCGD
1AMÉRICA351710522110+11
2ATLAS29178542110+11
3LEÓN29178542014+6
4TIGRES28177732614+12
5SANTOS24175932316+7
6TOLUCA24176652222+0
7PUEBLA24176651616+0
8CRUZ AZUL23175842117+4
9MONTERREY22175751916+3
10GUADALAJARA22175751313+0
1PUMAS21175661723-6
12SAN LUIS20174851923-4
13MAZATLÁN20175571824-6
14NECAXA20176291622-6
15PACHUCA18174671921-2
16JUÁREZ16174491425-11
17QUERÉTARO15173681119-8
18TIJUANA15173681627-11

Friday, December 10, 2021

MURIÓ ESTA NOCHE, JUEVES 9 DE DICIEMBRE LA GRAN ACTRIZ MEXICANA CARMEN SALINAS

 


 CARMEN SALINAS LOZANO a very famous mexican actress was born in Torreon, Coahuila, Mexico, on October 5, 1939 and died this Thursday night, December 9, 2021. 

Carmen Salinas murió la noche del jueves 9 de diciembre a los 82 años. La recordada actriz de más de una veintena de telenovelas y afamada productora teatral mexicana dejó este mundo tras sufrir un derrame cerebral que la mantuvo en coma por alrededor de un mes.

Apenas se supo de la triste partida de la también actriz de telenovelas como ‘Mi marido tiene familia’, ‘Porque el amor manda’, ‘Hasta que el dinero nos separe’, ‘Velo de novia’, ‘Abrázame muy fuerte’, entre otras producciones de televisa, muchos artistas comenzaron a llenar las redes con mensajes de dolor y pesar por su partida. Precisamente, al momento de sufrir el derrame cerebral que le costó la vida se encontraba en plena grabación de la nueva producción del ‘Canal de las Estrellas’, ‘Mi fortuna es amarte’.

CARMEN SALINAS  estuvo al frente de la famosa obra teatral musical "Aventurera" con la que triunfo no solo en México, pero a nivel internacional. Además de telenovelas también participó en muchas películas y programas muy populares de televisión. 

La familia de Carmen Salinas fue la encargada de dar la lamentable noticia a través de las distintas plataformas y medios de comunicación.


A nombre de nuestra revista EL NOTICOTO y nuestro programa radial EL SHOW DE TONY FRANCO expresamos nuestro más profundo pesar y extendemos nuestras condolencias a su familia, amigos y seguidores de esta gran artista que ha dejado un gran vacío en el medio artístico. 

DESCANSE EN PAZ nuestra querida y recordada CARMENCITA SALINAS...



Thursday, December 9, 2021

9 years ago today JENNI RIVERA´S PRIVATE PLANE CRASHED IN MEXICO QUEEN OF BANDA DEAD AT 43



Billboard

Jenni Rivera, the flamboyant, outspoken, big-voiced singer who was the top-selling regional Mexican female star of her generation, was confirmed dead after the small private plane in which she was traveling crashed in Mexico on December 9, 2012, nine years ago today. Rivera was 43 years old.



Fully comfortable in English and Spanish, Rivera was at the height of her career and stood out not only as one of the very few Latin women consistently on the charts, but also as the only Latina singer poised to make major inroads in U.S. network television. That Rivera was able to do so coming not from a pop background -- like most crossovers have -- but singing traditional Mexican music, was a testament to her tremendous appeal as a performer and as a personality.

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A force to be reckoned within multiple media platforms, she had two albums -- "Joyas Prestadas: Pop" and "Joyas Prestadas: Banda" -- currently coexisting on Billboard's Top Latin Albums chart; her own reality show, "I Love Jenni," on bilingual cable network mun2; she had recently inked a deal to star in a comedy on ABC to be simply titled "Jenni"; she hosted a syndicated weekly radio program and had launched both clothing and cosmetics lines; she was a coach on "The Voice Mexico," and had had a role in her first feature film, "Philly Brown." 



Rivera also launched her own foundation to help victims of domestic abuse.
Signed to Fonovisa/UMLE, Rivera had sold 1.2 million albums in the U.S. alone, and placed eight albums on the top 10 of Billboard's Regional Mexican Albums chart, including four No.1s and seven Top 10s on Billboard's Top Latin Albums chart and one No. 1, as well as 10 singles on the Top 10 of the regional Mexican Airplay chart, including one No. 1.

More importantly perhaps, Rivera personified a bilingual, bicultural, empowered Latina and spoke directly to that audience every chance she got. "La J1, La Diva de la Banda (The Banda Diva), La Gran Señora (The Great Lady), singer/songwriter, mother, grandmother, businesswoman and producer," read her Twitter description, all roles Rivera was immensely proud of and touted with consistency.



Rivera spoke with sometimes startling bluntness about her life and her troubles-- including becoming pregnant at 15, marrying an abusive husband, and her most recent divorce -- and the more she spoke, the closer she seemed to get to a growing fan base; at the time of her death she had nearly 1.7 million followers on Twitter, a medium she was particularly fond of and used to communicate directly with fans.

"I have been through a lot, but I'm not a victim," Rivera told Billboard in a 2010 interview. "If I felt like a victim, I wouldn't be able to succeed and be where I'm at right now. I have a warrior spirit." Rivera was candid in assessing her appeal and her success, which she believed had to do with the honesty of her songs -- which often mirrored her own life -- and her very attitude and looks.

Her fans, she said, "want to see what I'm singing about. They want to know very important details in my life. They're into my stories, and they believe that what I'm singing sounds true to them. They know I'm just like them. They know I'm real. I'm not some untouchable artist. I'm just a woman that sings. And they like to see someone like them succeed and make it."


Recently signed to an agency deal by CAA and managed by Pete Salgado, Rivera was just beginning to realize the realm of possibilities available to her as an artist that could straddle different marketplaces.

"There are so many things that I can do that are offered to me now," she said during an interview at the Billboard Latin Music Conference last April. "I'm very happy for the success that I've had, but I guess I've worked so hard at it. I'm living my expectations."

"Jenni has always been a persevering artist and a businesswoman with clear goals," said Victor González, president of UMLE. "Once she understood her talent could generate unique success, she always had the vision to extend into other areas of entertainment and even into other industries. That capacity has differentiated her from many other artists."


Born and raised in Long Beach, Ca., Rivera was introduced to Mexican music by her father, Pedro Rivera, who owned and ran indie label Cintas Acuario. Rivera and her siblings, who include banda star Lupillo Rivera and singer Juan Rivera, grew up imbued in Mexican music, helping their father sell and promote his music in the surrounding areas.

"Mexican music runs through my veins," Rivera told Billboard in an interview this year. "I loved it. Growing up, my father didn't allow us to listen to English music at home. That's all I heard. I had no choice [...] We had our own music stands in the local swap meets. We sold cassette tapes at the time, and that's how we made a living. We stepped it up a bit when my father opened his own record store and eventually started his own record label."


Rivera would eventually venture into music as a career when she was a divorced mother of three. She initially recorded corridos and met strong resistance at radio -- at the time, women in regional Mexican music sang romantic music and rancheras -- and her brand of regional Mexican was initially shunned until local station KBUE finally gave her a shot. Signed to Sony -- then home to her successful brother Lupillo -- Rivera switched to Fonovisa in 1999, and gave them the album "Que Me Entierren con La Banda," which included the hit "Las Malandrinas." It was the beginning of her success.

"Malandrinas" means "bad girls," but not bad in a negative way," Rivera told Billboard last year. "I wrote it in homage to my female fans. The type of girls that go clubbing, drink tequila and stand up for themselves. The song blew up. People became interested. That's when Jenni Rivera the artist was actually born. What better way to attract attention than to females? I am a female. I know all about us. There are more females in the world than men. I always thought that was the market to go after. Those are the buyers and the people who understand me. That's why I continue to write songs like that."



Rivera would continue to evolve musically, recording her first ranchera album, "La Gran Señora," in 2009, and last year releasing dual pop and banda albums, a breakthrough that led her to win Artist of the Year and Female and Banda Album of the Year at Billboard's Mexican Music Awards in October.

She was also a woman of many firsts: The first female banda artist to sell out the Gibson Amphitheater (2006), the first Latin artist to sell out the Nokia Theatre (2009) and the first female regional Mexican artist to headline the Staples Center (2011).

More impressively, Rivera was the only female Latin recording artist in the market to host her own reality show and, most recently, to have signed a mainstream television deal. What could have happened with a Rivera-led sitcom will never be known, but surely it pointed to endless possibilities for artists who would come in her wake.

Rivera is survived by her five children, Jacky, Chiquis, Michael, Johnny Ángel and Jenicka, by her parents and by her siblings Pedro, Gustavo, Lupillo, Juan and Rosie.







Tuesday, November 30, 2021

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Thursday, November 25, 2021

HAPPY THANKSGIVING TO ALL OF YOU!

EL NOTICOTO MAGAZINE, RADIO SENSACIÓN DIGITAL                 and TONY FRANCO RADIO SHOW WISH YOU ALL                                  A VERY HAPPY THANKSGIVING! AND THANKS FOR YOUR SUPPORT...

 








Monday, November 22, 2021

THE NEWS THAT SHOCKED THE WORLD 58 YEARS AGO

LA NOTICIA QUE CONMOVIÓ AL MUNDO HACE 58 AÑOS





Fifty eight years have passed since one of my favorite presidents was killed. On November 22, 1963, the entire world  was shocked by the news that John F. Kennedy, President of the United States, had been assassinated. And even though many have tried to convince us, that his killer Lee Harvey Oswald acted alone, most of us still believe the contrary...


Hace 58 años hoy, el mundo entero se conmovió al escuchar la triste noticia que el querido Presidente John F. Kennedy había sido asesinado en el estado de Texas.  Aunque a través de los años, nos han querido convencer de que su asesino Lee Harvey Oswald actuó solo, la mayoria de nosotros creemos por toda la información de los hechos que a pesar que trataron de ocultar, se pudo documentar que realmente fue un complot para acabar con su vida.  


Historian Robert Dallek once said “People cannot believe someone as inconsequential as Oswald could kill someone as consequential as an American president,” author of An Unfinished Life, a 2003 JFK biography.

His famous words as he addressed the nation will never be forgotten by those who admired him "SEEK NOT WHAT YOUR COUNTRY CAN DO FOR YOU, BUT WHAT YOU CAN DO FOR YOUR COUNTRY..."

Today, the question still remains...Why has the government and the CIA postponed the date to make ALL the documents linked to the case public? 

According to the United States Government, these documents "WOULD be made public in October 2017. But even though president Trump released most of them, by petition of the CIA about 200 pages that were the nucleus of files were not released.  The CIA claim that some might be too sensitive to be exposed...By the time most of these documents became available to the public (2017) many people would probably not remember who John F. Kennedy was, or will just recognized him as the assassinated president in the sixties and nothing more, but most of the people who remembered him and were interested to know who killed their beloved president, are dead now...

PRESIDENT KENNEDY (back of the car) WITH HIS WIFE MOMENTS BEFORE BEING FATALLY SHOT

Don Adams, a retired FBI agent whose career as an FBI agent spanned 22 years, never really bought the official line of his own employer: that Lee Harvey Oswald, acting alone, assassinated President John F. Kennedy.

Adams, who died on June 14 at age 83 in Akron, Ohio, eventually wrote From an Office Building with a High-Powered Rifle (Trine Day, 2012), in which he argued that “the FBI’s investigation was compromised from the top down, beginning with FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover.” He made this revelation about John F. Kennedy assassination: 


I will share vídeos with different opinions, theories and some facts about Kennedy´s death and YOU WILL DECIDE if  President Kennedy´s assassination was a conspiracy or not...

Top 10 Reasons To Believe There Was A Conspiracy To Assassinate JFK





In an essay for The Washington Post, prolific novelist Joyce Carol Oates opines that the real problem in the aftermath of the assassination of President Kennedy was not the government’s implausible and mendacious account of the crime but the confused and outraged response of the American majority that could not–and does not–believe it.

What do you think...?



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