Okay y’all, La Banda Municipal de Acosta was amazing!! Oh my god I am so proud! When they said, “ From Costa Rica to the world, que vive siempre el trabajo y la paz” I cried so much!!!! — les (@leslie_actually) January 1, 2019 No related posts. #RoseParade an amazing perform by the Banda municipal de Acosta the best band so far— Alejandro (@ale745) January 1, 2019 The TT 5% Club is a group of Tico Times readers who donate at least $2 a month to keep our newsroom operational. That’s how we’re able to bring you stories like these. Click here to become a member of The Tico Times 5% Club today. Facebook Comments The Banda Municipal de Acosta celebrated New Year’s far from home this year – for an exciting reason.The local band was selected to perform at the 130th edition of the Rose Parade, a New Year’s Day tradition in Pasadena, California.Tune in now to enjoy Acosta’s moment in the California sun. Check out the local station Canal Altavisión, Canal 7 or the band’s Facebook page for more. The band performed on Dec. 29 at the Band Fest at Pasadena City College. Courtesy of the Banda Municipal de Acosta via FacebookOnline reactions to the performance were positive.Extremely proud of the performance of the Banda Municipal de Acosta in the Rose Parade.. #ProudToBeTico @CentAm_Beauty— NJ (@antonio2nicolas) January 1, 2019
Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling 6 Comments Share Arizona Cardinals general manager Steve Keim does an interview with The Doug & Wolf Show on 98.7 FM Arizona’s Sports Station on Friday, Feb. 16, 2018. (Matt Layman/Arizona Sports) The Arizona Cardinals announced Monday the signing of eight players to future contracts for 2019. All eight players were on the Cardinals’ practice squad this season.The eight players signed are offensive linemen Justin Evans, Coleman Shelton and Will House, quarterback Charles Kanoff, cornerbacks Jonathan Moxey and Deatrick Nichols, linebacker Pete Robertson and running back Brandon Wilds.Among the group, only Nichols saw time in NFL games this season. Top Stories Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Robertson and Wilds are the only other players who have played NFL games in their careers at all.Related LinksCardinals players laud fired coach Steve Wilks’ leadershipNichols played two games and recorded one tackle for the Cardinals this season, appearing in contests at Los Angeles and San Francisco. Robertson played four games last season and had two tackles, while Wilds has played seven games over two seasons with the Jets and Jaguars, rushing for 42 yards on 16 carries.