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Elsie Rivas Gomez is a mother, wife, teacher, and writer living in Pasadena, CA. She was born in El Salvador and grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area. Her first collection of poetry, Swimming in El Rio Sumpul, was nominated for the Pushcart Prize. You can find her blogging over at MamaFeminista.

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Betting on Entertainment – TV, Movies, Awards, Politics, and More!

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Are you looking for a way to invigorate your non-sports-related time spent in the front of the television? If so, amusement betting sites could be the ideal alternative to sports betting. You might be asking yourself what is amusement gambling? Wagers based on tv shows, awards, programs, and politics are some of the fastest growing markets in the online gambling world and for a fantastic reason! The following sites are industry leaders when it comes to offering the best onlineRead More ...


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NEW YORK (July 3, 2019) — An automatic berth to the Breeders’ Cup Sprint is on the line in the John A. Nerud Stakes on Saturday, July 6 at Belmont Park in Elmont, N.Y. live at 4 Pm ET on NBC Within Their”Breeders’ Cup Challenge Series: Acquire and You’re In — Presented by America’s Best Running.” The seven-furlong. $300,000 John A. Nerud is among three stakes races around the Stars and Stripes Day two-hour broadcast from Belmont, which also willRead More ...

Marcus Rashford believes football is ‘going backwards’ in fight against racism

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We and our partners utilize technologies, like cookies, and accumulate browsing data to personalise the information and advertisements shown to you and to give you the very best experience. Please let us know whether you agree. England and Manchester United striker Marcus Rashford anxieties soccer is”going backwards instead of forward” from the fight against racism. Rashford was racially abused on social media after missing a penalty at the defeat by Crystal Palace in August. There have been similar incidents involvingRead More ...

Japanese GP: The revised Sunday schedule and what to expect on track

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Formula 1 will point qualifying and the race at a super Sunday of Suzuka activity on precisely exactly the same day for only the fifth time in the history of the sport. Together with F1s employees hunkered down in resorts on Saturday as Typhoon Hagibis prepared to make landfall in the Western world, with heavy rain and strong winds attracted to the area round Suzuka, the plan is for action to restart on Sunday with a rare qualifying-race dual header.Read More ...

Monday Night Football Parlay: 2-Team MoneyLine Parlay

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Obviously, NFL bettors shouldn’t take a Saints win for granted. The Texans will be the AFC South defending champions, who’d now more so than previously — feel optimistic about defending their title. Not just has Luck retired, but Nick Foles suffered a shoulder injury from Sunday’s lap of NFL action that will find him out forever. The Texans will likely probably be motivated to begin strong, especially watching as Tennessee Titans delivered an week 1 by defeating the exceptionally ClevelandRead More ...

Chris Eubank Jr: Big-name fights, peaking in ‘perfect’ era, and visualising himself as world’s best

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Chris Eubank Jr informs Sky Sports about biding his time to get big-name fights, peaking in a’perfect’ era, as the world’s greatest also visualising herself. Eubank Jr can declare that despite enrolling the best win on his own slate so far 2019 hasn’t gone exactly to plan. Back in February at a O2 Arena at London, Eubank Jr – regardless of conceding experience and dimension – out-hustled a game James DeGale to record the very win of his career. Boxing’sRead More ...

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