POCHO boss man Lalo Alcaraz met with local students today, and discussed his work on COCO, Latino representation in the media, and how kids can help clean up the environment.
I wanted to pay my respects, so I planned on attending the ceremony if it was open to the public. If it wasn’t open, I would have gladly crashed it.
Despite the massive crowds and police presence at the Cathedral Basilica St. Francis Assisi, and folks carrying what I thought were invitations, it was indeed open to the public. I grabbed the next-to-the-last pew, way in the corner in the back, but I got in, along with a thousand others.
I had met the former Governor, Secretary of Energy, Congressman, and international hostage rescuer only once, maybe 15 years ago, at an event at the University of New Mexico. He was standing alone, and wearing a fringed leather jacket, looking relaxed and amiable.
The Jewish High Holiday of Rosh HaShanah, which marks 5784 years since the Creation of the World, starts tonight, at sundown.
Happy New Year y Shanah Tovah tambien.
It’s Labor Day Weekend!
Happy Labor Day Weekend!
Sing along with the music that celebrates the ordinary working people who keep this country — and the world — in business: 9 to 5 from Dolly Parton, Look for the Union Label, Workin’ in a Coal Mine, This Land Is Your Land, and Solidarity Forever.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
(EAST LOS, AZTLAN, 31 de agosto 2023)
POCHO.COM’S FACEBOOK PAGE FINALLY RESTORED TO RIGHTFUL OWNERS
The POCHO.COM Facebook page is now back in the hands of POCHO Jefe-in-Chief Lalo Alcaraz and POCHO Jefe-de-Content Dennis Wilen (aka Comic Saenz).
The page was hacked, disabled, and then stolen in a series of exploits that started in 2020.