Sunday, July 13th, Domingo Live presented two great musical acts. One of them was Los R.V. Boyz from the San Antonio area. The second act was Bobby Vega y Vendetta. During the program we told you about several events that will be taking place around the community such as: The Nueces Co. Medical Society Health Fair will be taking place Saturday, September 2 at the American Bank Center.The Corpus Christi Literacy Council will be hosting their Annual Strike for Literacy Bowl Saturday, July 26 at... More>>
Sunday on Domingo Live we had musical performances by Leti y El Conjunto Central as well asLos Nuevos Campeones. Plus as every Sunday, we brought you information regarding events taking place around the community. And, we introduced you to one family whose children are living with a rare disease called GSD(Glycogen Storage Disease). For more on their story click on the link below. More>>
Sunday on Domingo Live we had musical performances by Roland Garcia and Revo Live Band. Plus we told you about several events that will be taking place around the community, such as:Women's and Men's Health Services of the Coastal Bend, Inc. is offering health exams, pre-screenings for diabetes, cholesterol, blood pressure and thyroid. They are located at 4410 Dillon Lane, Suite 1. For more information call 857-0101.The City of Corpus Christi will be hosting their annual 4th of July Big Bang ... More>>
Sunday on Domingo Live we had musical performances by La Union Colombiana. Plus, we told you about several events that will be taking place around the community. These are some of the guests that appeared on Sunday's program:Disabled American Veterans "Memorial Day Ceremony" Sherrill Park at 10 amRollo's Kids Foundation "Back to School Program" www.rolloskids.org Nueces County Senior Association giving away free small window A/C uniACs for qualifying senior citizens. There is a limited number... More>>
Domingo Live celebrated its 50th anniversary at the Richard Borchard Fairgrounds Sunday in conjunction with KSAB's Cinco de Mayo Festival. Hundreds of people gathered to watch live music and special interviews commemorating the years of hard work put into this South Texas tradition.What started back in 1964 with Domingo Peña has grown into the longest running live community program targeting South Texas' Hispanic population. More>>
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