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Not only will our magazine entertain, but also educate our Latino men and women. It will chronicle success stories and bring to the fore front the positive influence Latinos have been contributing to the community. It will introduce Latinos past and present who have paved the way for Latinos today. Everything from culture and history, to fashion, beauty and health can be found here. We offer everyday solutions and ideas to everyday situations which affect our Latino Community.

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    Your Shortcut to the Best in theInland Empire

    dining dancing events and more

    w w w . i 4 1 1 i n l a n d e m p i r e . c o m

    INLAND EMPIRE

    Your new home awaits with one click. Check us out now!

    Apartment Rentals

    House Rentals

    Roommates

    Classi ed ads are DEAD. Search IERentals.com for your new apartment or home from our extensive inventory of property listings. Find your new

    home or roommate all in one place!

    Your #1 resource for your rental needs in the Inland Empire

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    ESTILOESTILOESTILOwww.estilomagazineonline.com

    Welcome to Estilo Magazine, a publication focusing on the distinguished Latino men and women of today. This monthly magazine was born through the vision of one person; providing our Latino community with the resources and background they can relate and identify with. Estilo em-barked on this humble journey with only a handful of staff members. United together in one common goal; to reach readers, everyday people, just like themselves.

    At Estilo Magazine, we pride ourselves with the ability to reach out rst hand to our community. Not only will our magazine entertain, but also educate our Latino men and women. It will chronicle success stories and bring to the forefront the positive in uence Latinos have been contrib-uting to the community. It will introduce Latinos past and present who have paved the way for Latinos today. Every-thing from culture and history, to fashion, beauty and health can be found here. We offer everyday solutions and ideas to everyday situations which affect our Latino Community.

    So whether you are U.S. born, second, third or fourth generation Latino; Estilo Magazine will work diligently to capture the voice of a new generation of Bicultural Latinos.

    Editor: Estilo Perez

    Graphics: Emilio Perez Marketing: Hector Garcia Media: Aldo Lihiang

    Promotions: Ronaldo Santosa Humberto Perez Jr

    Writers: Valerie Barrios Monica Rodriguez

    Sales: Elias Cervantes

    If youd like to submit a comment or contact the editor, or interested in Advertising plase email: [email protected]

    M A G A Z I N E

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    ESTILOESTILOESTILOwww.estilomagazineonline.com

    Welcome to Estilo Magazine, a publication focusing on the distinguished Latino men and women of today. This monthly magazine was born through the vision of one person; providing our Latino community with the resources and background they can relate and identify with. Estilo em-barked on this humble journey with only a handful of staff members. United together in one common goal; to reach readers, everyday people, just like themselves.

    At Estilo Magazine, we pride ourselves with the ability to reach out rst hand to our community. Not only will our magazine entertain, but also educate our Latino men and women. It will chronicle success stories and bring to the forefront the positive in uence Latinos have been contrib-uting to the community. It will introduce Latinos past and present who have paved the way for Latinos today. Every-thing from culture and history, to fashion, beauty and health can be found here. We offer everyday solutions and ideas to everyday situations which affect our Latino Community.

    So whether you are U.S. born, second, third or fourth generation Latino; Estilo Magazine will work diligently to capture the voice of a new generation of Bicultural Latinos.

    Editor: Estilo Perez

    Graphics: Emilio Perez Marketing: Hector Garcia Media: Aldo Lihiang

    Promotions: Ronaldo Santosa Humberto Perez Jr

    Writers: Valerie Barrios Monica Rodriguez

    Sales: Elias Cervantes

    If youd like to submit a comment or contact the editor, or interested in Advertising plase email: [email protected]

    M A G A Z I N E

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    IN THE ENTERTAINMENT DISTRICT of POMONA184 W. Third St. Pomona 91766 | 909.622.2020

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    Desiderio Alberto Arnaz y De Acha III better known as Desi Arnaz was born on March 2, 1917 in Santiago, Cuba. He is best known for the popular 1950s television show I Love Lucy, a sit-uation comedy that he helped create along with his wife Lucille Ball, to whom he was married from 1940 to 1960. Arnaz played Ricky Ricardo, a struggling Cuban-born bandleader whose high-spirited wife Lucy (played by Ball) was forever engaged in some sort of comedic mischief. Behind the scenes, Arnaz was known as a savvy busi-nessman and producer and a trailblazer in the early years of television.

    Desi came from well made family. Desi father was a mayor of Santiago and a wealthy property owner whose holdings included a cattle ranch, two dairy farms, and a villa on a small island in Santiago Bay. Desis mother, the former Dolores de Acha, was the daughter of one of the founders of the Bacardi rum company. As a teenager, Arnaz was expected to attend col-lege before embarking on a career in law and politics. His ed from Cuba changed the direction of Arnazs life. In August 1933, the Arnaz home in Santiago was burned and ransacked. While Arnaz and his mother managed to escape to safety, his father, a newly elected congressman, was put in prison. While there, he was advised by the new chief of state, Fulgencio Batis-

    ta, that he would be freed if he left the country. Promising to send for his wife (whom hed later divorce) and son, Arnazs father set out for Miami.

    In June 1934, the 17-year-old Desi arrived in America and was greeted by his father, who had established an import-export company with two other refugees in Miami. To save money, father and son lived in the company warehouse and ate cans of pork-and-beans. They used baseball bats to ward off the rats that scurried through the building. After school, young Arnaz worked cleaning bird cages for a man who sold canaries in drug stores.

    Arnaz musical beginnings was recommended to a band-leader by

    a girlfriends grandfather. Armed with a used gui-tar, purchased for $5

    from a pawnshop, and a facility with the instru-

    ment - hed used it often in Cuba to serenade the

    opposite sex - Arnaz per-suaded his father to let him

    take this new $39-a-week job at the Roney Plaza Hotel.

    Xavier Cugat, the king of Latin dance music soon discov-

    ered the young musician. Upon graduating from high school

    and serving a stint in the Cugat orchestra, Arnaz debuted his own

    band in Miami Beach in December 1937. The Desi Arnaz Orchestra