Welcome to Hispanic Lifestyle, I’m your host Richard Sandoval and in this edition: We visit a historical park . . . get a sneak preview . . . and talk lowrider bikes and music.
Timeless memories are captured in this edition of Hispanic Lifestyle.
Simi Valley Strathearn Historical Park and Museum
Hispanic Lifestyle discovered another California Jewel brought to our attention by my sister Virginia. Located in Simi Valley, the Strathearn Historical Park and Museum has made a commitment to preserving the cities history.
We spoke with Patricia Havens who provided historical facts of area and Simi Valley’s roots tied to country of Spain.
Pat went on to talk about the origins of the houses and structures located on the parks grounds.
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The Little Mermaid
It’s summer . . and time for fun. Our friends at Disney Resorts invited Hispanic Lifestyle to preview some of their upcoming attractions.
Here to talk with us about the new little mermaid attraction is Claudia with her very special friend.
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Next we speak with Rene (Torrico) who shares insights about the theme of new parade at Disneyland.
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Our friend Christine (Chupek) talks with Hispanic Lifestyle about new projects that Disney will be unveiling in the future.
We now head over to tomorrow land and spoke with our guide Evan (Palomeque) about the updated attraction, Star Tours.
Although we tape this segment before dawn, Chef Jay Garcia prepare one of the resorts new signature dishes for us to sample.
I asked Chef Garcia about the other items make their debut on the resorts restaurant menu.
RODS AND RAILS 2011
Hispanic Lifestyle makes a return visit to the Rods and Rail event that take places at the Orange Empire Railway Museum located in Perris, California. With hundreds of cars and classic bikes participating in the one day event.
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We had chance to speak with Mario who leads the car and bike club, Family Affair about their organization.
I ask the members of Family Affair just how much time and effort goes into customizing their bikes.
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We next had a chance to speak with the executive director of a youth mariachi group that was making their debut appearance at the event.
Rudy went on to speak about the groups future plans.