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HOLiDAY 2012 | divatu.com
VOLUME 4 | ISSUE 5
Celebrando
lo s D i a s
DENISSE
GONZALEZ
F es t i vos
modelo excusiva
The Spirit
of giving
with ceo
food share
Bonnie
Weigel
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FROM THE EDITOR
HAPPY HOLIDAYS!
One more year ends and another begins…
The arrival of 2013 brings many wonderful gifts: good fortune, kindness, tolerance, patience, health and prosperity. I
always say, keep the good thought alive, feel optimistic, be
fulfilled, and good fortune will follow you.
FASHION EDITOR
Carolina Davalos
BEAUTY EDITOR
Vanessa Gutierrez
As we embrace a brand new year, I invite you to always
remain positive and with good cheer. Surround yourselves
with positive people, as I always say to my students, “Fly
with the eagles.”
GRAPHIC DESIGN
Roberto Ramirez
In this DIVA Holiday issue, I wish you f­rom the bottom of
my heart, ­a cheerful and joyous holiday season. May the
warmth of spending time with loved ones be with you, may
you savor you favorite food and delicious treats, and enjoy
listening to those timeless holiday tunes.
Robert Ramirez
Jose Luis Melgar
I invite you to enlighten yourself with every one of the stories in this edition. I want to thank the entire Diva Tu! Team,
and I send my deepest gratitude to all the advertisers.
Happy New Year and may all your dreams come true!
Natty Rios-Sipes
Publisher & Editor, DivaTu! Magazine
Diva Tu! Bilingual Lifestyle Magazine prints quarterly. Our goal is to provide our readers editorial content that is sophisticated, elegant, educational and entertaining. We welcome our readers comments. Diva Tu! is a trademark. All material is fully protected and cannot be reproduced,
in any way unless there is written consent from the publisher. The publisher accepts no liabilities for the statements made by the
advertisers or the editorial content. Diva Tu! and Diva Latina del Sur de California is privately owned and operated and is not responsible
for any client advertising or editorial supplied materials, including photography submitted to us for use in print production or any other media
for marketing material.
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publisher & Editor-in-chief
Natty Rios-Sipes
Eddie Moran
PHOTOGRAPHY
Eddie Moran
Marie Gregorio-Oviedo
STAFF FOR DIVATU.COM
WEBMASTER
Max Sanchez
VIDEO JOURNALIST
Jesus Tavira
STAFF / COLABORADORES
Sarah Peralta
Cynthia Hernandez
Pedro A. Chavez
Ray DiZazzo
Abel Magaña
Ari Larson
Betty Juarez
Sebastian Aldaña
Pete Ibarra
Goyo (hair stylist)
Luis Estrada
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GUS SANCHEZ – A CARING VISIONARY
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HONORING HEALTHY LIFE CHOICES
Letter from the Editor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
On the Cover . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
FASHION: Look like a DIVA on a budget . . . . . . . . .
Southern California Foodcourt . . . . . . . .
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Winter Romance in
Downtown Oxnard
One nice thing about the cold weather is that it’s the perfect time to
cuddle with your loved one and turn up the heat on romance. And
Downtown Oxnard offers several ways to kindle your passions. Here are
just a few ideas:
• Take a stroll through the beautiful garden courtyard of Heritage
Square and enjoy a collection of romantic turn-of-the-century
Victorian homes
• Share an intimate dinner at La Dolce Vita, a four-star ItalianMediterranean ristorante inside one of the quaint Victorian homes
• Enjoy wine tasting and tapas around the cozy bar of Rancho
Ventavo Cellars, a local purveyor of red wines
• Pick up a lovely arrangement of fresh cut flowers from one of
several Downtown florists
• Find unique, hand-crafted artisan gifts at Downtown Sol
• Shop for sexy intimate apparel at Viviana’s Secret
• Take Salsa dancing lessons at Sugar Beets Restaurant & Bar
• Experience the cultural treasures of the Carnegie Art Museum
• Learn a musical instrument with lessons at Henson’s, then
serenade your sweetheart at the Plaza Park Pagoda
See the complete list of Downtown merchants and services at
DowntownOxnard.org and “Like” on Facebook ­
FB.com/DowntownOxnard to keep up on the latest events and specials.
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A DREAM WEDDING OF A LIFETIME
BUSINESS SUCCESS: Viviana’s Secret . . . . . . . . . . . .
The Spirit of Giving . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Los Dias Festivos - Estilo Hispano . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Grand Opening Celebration - Jenny’s Looks . . . . .
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UPCOMING COMMUNITY EVENTS
first thursday
of every month
through Jan. 20, 2013
GOurmEt fOOD trucK Heritage Square 7th & A Street,
Oxnard, 6-10 pm, on going
Art bEAt cuLturAL EvEntS, DOWntOWn OXnArD
Promotes and Showcase Art, Dinning & Entertainment, ongoing
5-7 pm
SAntA bArbArA Art muSEum The Artful Recluse: painting,
poetry, and politics in the 17th. Century China
through feb. 17, 2013
SAntA pAuLA Art muSEum De Colores Art Show
December 7 - 9
fOOD SHArE CAN-Tree collection food donationat “The Collection”
at Riverpark in Oxnard.
Dec. 7, 8, 9, 14, 15
pAStO-rE-LA Mercedes Gomez and Omar Guzman at Oxnard
College Back Box Theatre, 4000 S. Rose Ave. Oxnard
December 14
December 15 & 16
A niGHt Of LAuGHtEr Stand-up comedy fundraiser at Oxnard
College.
HuGO “tHE bOSS” cEntEnO Jr. middle weight, 16-0-8 K’s
fights against Allen Convyers, 12-7-7 KO’s at the L. A. Sports Arena
to be broadcasted in Showtime.
ALL AmEricAn bALLEt ScHOOL & cOmpAnY
“The Nutcracker” at Ventura College Performing Arts Center.
December 27 & 28
LOS AGuiLucHOS Marching Band from Puebla Mexico comes to
Oxnard. Will participate in the Rose Parade in Pasadena.
January 13
muSicAL HErmAn’S HErmitS Thousandth Oaks Civic
Auditorium
Second Saturday of
every month
December 15
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on the cover
DENISSE
GONZALEZ
Raised in the heart of Boyle Heights a business woman
with a passion for family values and sports, sets her
ultimate dream goal to represent her Latino community
and become a successful print model, T.V. personality
and actress. Her confidence, charisma and beauty
have landed her in various commercials and print
advertisements, also expanding her talents to work with
Artist: Young Jeezy’s music video for his new hit single,
“Leave You Alone,” featuring Ne-Yo. In September 2011,
Denisse Gonzalez became one of the top four 2012
Chicas Tecate Spokesmodels.
For more information and updates please follow her on
www.facebook.com/denissemodel5
www.twitter.com/denissegon22
[email protected]
PHOTOGRAPHY: ROBERT RAMIREZ
For bookings please email her at:
[email protected]
Denise Gonzalez, professional model, adorns the Holiday 2012 Diva Tu! Cover.
Her bright and brilliant personality comes alive through the professional lens of
photographer Robert Ramirez and assistant Eddie Moran.
The flawless Make-Up was applied by professional Vanessa Gutierrez, who achieved a
soft, elegant and festive look, Vanessa emphasized Denise’s lips. The soft curls by the
masterful Goyo. Wardrobe and accessories by Jenny’s Looks.
And the comfortable location Ojai Clothing International in Ventura, CA.
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Happy Holidays from our team at DIVA tu!
CONTRI B U TER S / W RITER S
PEDRO A . CHAVE Z
Pedro serves as Director of Education & Public Affairs
at Big Brothers Big Sisters of Ventura County where he
oversees public education strategies through media
marketing & communications, community outreach
and recruitment.
R ay D i Z a zz o
An author, producer, teacher & speaker. Over 35 years
of producing media programs, writing self-help
books, fiction and screenplays as well as teaching
both filmmaking and creative writing.
A bel R amirez M aga ñ a
Abel is director of the Oxnard Downtown
Management District, a marketing specialist, and a
veteran journalist for publications such as Hispanic
Business Magazine and LatinOffice.com.
ROBER T R AMIRE Z
Graphic designer, photographer and creative director
for Diva tu! magazine. Over 16 years of experience
in the creative industry. Has a diverse client base
varying from the medical field, financial entities, &
apparel companies.
EDDIE MOR AN
In collaboration with the photo shoot crew, we did
an amazing job working with Denise Gonzalez.
My work as a photographer focused on obtaining
advantage of her talent and reflecting that through a
lens and successfully accomplished just that.
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SAR AH PER ALTA
Sarah is a UCSB alumni graduating with BA in Spanish
and minor in professional writing. She currently
writes for Diva Tu! Magazine, tutors at Rio Vista
Middle School and is a Social Media intern for Web
City Girls.
C YNTHIA HERNANDE Z
En el 2011, participe en el Certamen Señorita
Fiestas Patrias orgullosamente representando al
estado de Durango y fui Reina 2012. Diva Tu! fue mi
patrocinador y desde entonces empezé a escribir y
editar para esta revista. Cuento con una licenciatura
en Ingles y continúo estudiando para ser maestra.
VANESSA GUTIERRE Z
A graduate from Lu Ross Academy. She she’s one of
the key makeup artists for “Diva Tu” magazine. You
can follow her work at www.facebook.com/vanessa.
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MARIE GREGORIO-OVIEDO
aka Marie, The Photographer, is self taught, specializing
in candid and lifestyle photography. “The photo I
take isn’t yours,” she says, “nor is it mine; it is for your
future descendents, who will look at the photo and say,
“Damn, Grandpa, you were a hottie back then!”
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GUS SancheZ
A CARING VISIONARY
bY rAY DiZAZZO
That’s how most of us would define a
visionary, and Gus Sanchez fits that definition to a “T” . As Operations Manager at
Republic Services of Oxnard, and founder
of the non-profit organization, Community Among Friends, he envisions a cleaner,
safer, and more prosperous future for the
city . And just how does he feel that vision
can become a reality? “Education is the
key,” he says, with an optimistic smile . “We
have to educate our young people about
the planet and our city . And we have to
make them partners in creating a better
future .”
It’s that unique ability to visualize positive new horizons and his power to bring
people together in that effort that won
Sanchez the 2012 Ventura County Leadership Academy’s “Distinguished Community Leader of the Year” Award . In October,
he was honored with the award during a
special luncheon at the prestigious
Spanish Hills Golf and Country Club .
Born and raised in Oxnard, Sanchez graduated from Channel Islands High School .
Soon after, he served in the Army for
eight years where he successfully completed both the “Primary Leadership” and
“Non-Commissioned Officer” schools .
The more we talked, the more I realized
one simple word could sum up Sanchez’s
personality: caring . “It’s not about Gus
Sanchez,” he says, “it’s about being part of
something good –working together with
good people, and seeing the wonderful
things we can do to make Oxnard a better
place for us all .”
So what’s next for the caring visionary
with the optimistic smile? Sanchez will
continue to help shape the future of Oxnard – supporting new businesses, more
jobs and a growing educated population
to fill those jobs – or in his words, “Exciting new horizons!”
“We have to edu-
cate our young people about the planet
and our city. and
we have to make
them partners in
creating a better
future.”
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YOUR HEALTH | tu salud
Honoring Healthy Life Choices
“Celebrando una vida saludable”
bY nAttY riOS-SipES AnD pEDrO A. cHAvEZ
Like many in nuestra communidad, Natty and
I are part of a generation of Latino children
and familias growing up in the 1980’s watching sitcoms portraying the American family.
Every week we watched in awe at the lives these
fictional families led on television, and hoped
one day we too would live the lifestyles offered
by the American dream in our daily lives.
One of those sitcoms was Growing Pains featuring actors Alan Thicke, Joanna Kerns, Kirk
Cameron, Tracey Gold and Jeremy Miller each
playing a starring role of the “Seaver” family
for more than seven years. Each week we tuned
in, watched, laughed, and at times walked away
with a life lesson or two disguised in a script of
good humor and funny antics.
Recently, Big Brothers Big Sisters honored
one of those actors, Tracey Gold, who played
“Carol Seaver,” a nerdy teen character who
later went on to acting in numerous television
movies, and last year became the host of a
Lifetime reality show called Starving Secrets.
Many might not know that Gold battled eating
disorders, like anorexia for years, which almost
took her life.
Big Brothers Big Sisters serves more than 1,000
Latino children and families facing adversity
by providing one-on-one mentoring relationships by caring adult role models to ensure
they succeed in school and life. The organization held a champagne luncheon called “Bags,
Bling & Bubbly” for women to raise financial
resources to support youth mentoring programs countywide.
Big Brothers Big Sisters selected Tracey Gold
as the “Wise Wonderful Woman of the Year”
because her life struggle exemplifies how one
overcomes adversity. Her advocacy work on
women’s health issues makes her an inspiration
to young girls in the community.
“I want to create a social consciousness about
eating disorders faced by so many young
ladies,” said Tracey Gold. “By sharing my story,
I wish to inspire young women to build their
self-esteem and self-worth and mentoring is a
great way to accomplish that. I am so honored
to have received this award from Big Brothers
Big Sisters an organization that is truly making
a positive impact on our country’s youth.”
To learn more about becoming a mentor to
Latino children and youth in the community
visit LatinoBigs.org.
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Como muchos en nuestra comunidad Latina,
crecimos viendo las telecomedias durante los
años 1980. Mirábamos a familias americanas
ficcionales con la esperanza de que un día
nosotros también podriamos vivir un estilo de
vida como ellos.
Uno de estos programas fue “Growing Pains”
con los actores, Alan Thicke, Joanna Kerns,
Kirk Cameron, Tracey Gold y Jeremy Miller,
ellos representaron la familia Seaver por más
de siete años. Recientemente, la organización
Big Brothers Big Sisters honraron a la actriz
Tracey Gold como la “Mujer sabia y maravillosa del año” (Wise Wonderful Woman of the
Year )por su dedicación a la salud de las mujeres. Ella ha sido una inspiración a jóvencitas
en la comunidad.
La misión de Gold es crear consciencia social
entre la comunidad sobre los desordenes alimenticios que afectan a muchas mujeres. Ella
nos compartio su historia sobre su lucha contra
la anorexia, al mismo tiempo nos dijo que ella
desea inspirar a las jóvenes para que desarrollen mas su autoestima.
Big Brothers Big Sisters sirve a más de 1.000
niños y familias latinas que enfrentan la adversidad, ofrece un tutor ejemplar a cada niño,
para asegurar que tenga éxito en la escuela y la
vida.
Para más información, visite la pagina
LatinoBigs.org
Tracey Gold, Actress
Southern California
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482 South A Street • Oxnard, CA 93030
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El Pescador Restaurant Fillmore #12
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Panaderia maria’s
Pan dulce, delicious tamales, breakfast burritos
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SOL DEL PACIFICO
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Ph. (805) 247-1805
Sugar Beets Restaurant
Delicious Food, Classy Ambiance & Warm Hospitality
455 South A St. Oxnard CA 93030
Ph. 805-240-7777
Taqueria El Tapatio
We Catering for all occasions
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Try something new with daily breakfast & lunch specials.
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The Spirit of Giving
By Sarah Peralta
The FOOD Share of Ventura County has dedicated itself to feeding, nourishing and educating the hungry and the rest of the
community on the importance of ending hunger. Since 2008,
CEO Bonnie Weigel has expanded FOOD Share’s reach to serve
more than 74,500 people monthly.
Weigel’s drive to eliminate the root causes of hunger is nothing
short of admirable. Her generous spirit has brought many not only physical nourishment, but
has also renewed their spirit of giving and gratitude.
This winter season, the FOOD Share will be hosting various charity events. If you would like to
know more information about the many opportunities to volunteer with FOOD Share, contact
Meg Horton, Volunteer Coordinator [email protected]
Be part of the gift that keeps on giving, volunteer at FOOD Share.
DECEMBER 2012
• Friday - Sunday December 7-9 2012 Can-Tree Collection
• Saturday, December 8 - Bikers for Christ Toy Run
• Sunday, December 9 - Santa to the Sea Half Marathon
JANUARY 2013
• Sunday, January 13- Juxtapose Yoga Event at FOOD Share Warehouse
• Thursday, January 24- Ventura County Wine Trail Food and Wine Challenge
FEBRUARY
• Sunday, February 24- Artisfactions Celebrity Artist Fundraiser
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Enjoying food at the table with family and friends.
Thank you to all who make it possible that our friends
in Ventura County do not go hungry – together we
can provide support and food to our neighbors and
friends that just can’t make those ends meet.
Ventura County’s Food Bank
A Member of
FOOD Share Inc.
4156 Southbank Road Oxnard, CA 93036
T: 805-983-7100 F: 805-983-2326
www.foodshare.com
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a dreaM Wedding of a lifeTiMe
To onlookers it might have
seemed like just another wedding
– the bride, lovely and glowing in her
gown, and the groom, handsome and
nervous at her side. Some might have
even thought it a little odd that her
two children accompanied her into the
church. But those who knew the bride
and groom saw much more than just
another wedding. They saw the dream
of a lifetime coming true – literally.
You see the bride, 24 year old
AlbaYaning, is dying of cancer.
And the groom, 25 year old Angel
Mendoza III, is making sure that the most
important dream of her lifetime comes
true – to not only be the proud mother
of two amazing children, but also the
husband of the man she loves.
Even with the best of intentions, a
wedding is no small undertaking.
Luckily, the couple had the help
and support of family, friends and
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the women of Madrinas del Rebozo,
who coordinated the event. And to
everyone’s credit, it came off flawlessly.
The settings, Mary Star of the Sea
Catholic Church and the lavish Four
Point Sheraton, Ventura, were a blend of
traditional and modern elegance that
was prefect for just such an occasion.
Alba put it simply in her words of
gratitude to those who made her dream
a reality, “They dotted every “i” and
crossed every “t”. It was a dream come
true, and I know now that nothing else
matters, but to love and live your life to
the fullest each and every day, hour and
second.”
It was obvious how much those words
meant to Alba and Angel, as the priest
pronounced them husband and
wife. The couple kissed and turned
to cheering friends and relatives, both
overflowing with love, and deeply
grateful for each and every moment they
will share together.
PHOTOGRAPHY: Marie Gregorio-Oviedo
bY cYntHiA HErnAnDEZ & rAY DiZAZZO
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LOS DÍAS FESTIVOS
estilo Hispano
BY Sarah Peralta
El fin del año es la temporada de festejar, dar las gracias y
pasarla bien, unidos con nuestros familiares . Las culturas
Hispanas celebran la Navidad, el Año Nuevo y la Epifanía/
Reyes Magos con actividades y comidas tradicionales .
¿Cuáles Son Sus Tradiciones?
Aquí Hay Algunos.
los tamales son una comida tradicional que se comen
durante la Navidad y las posadas .
los buñuelos son delicias mexicanas que van perfectos
con una tasita de champurrado .
en colombia, el pesebre representa el misterio de la
Navidad . El pesebre es la representación del nacimiento de
Jesucristo en Belén .
en españa es tradición comerse 12 uvas al compás de las
12 campanadas de la medianoche del año nuevo .
Cada año los niños esperan la llegada de los tres Reyes
Magos que traen regalos el día 6 de enero .
Entre 16 diciembre y 24 diciembre se celebran las posadas
navideñas que reconstruyen la jornada de María y José a
Belén .
Rendimos homenaje a la Virgen de Guadalupe con música
y canto el día 12 de diciembre .
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Law Offices of
Peyman& Rahnama
INJURY LAWYERS
For over 15 years the Attorneys of Peyman & Rahnama have been working in our communities, protecting the
rights of innocent victims. No one can set a price on suffering and pain, or the loss of a loved one, and at times like this
you need the strength, honesty and skill of a trusted law firm. The lawyers and staff of Peyman & Rahnama have the
professional and ethical foundation, combined with the experience, resources and knowledge that their clients have
grown to trust. We specialize in PERSONAL INJURY, WORKERS’ COMPENSATION & WRONGFUL DEATH,
PROFESSIONAL LIABILITY, AND MEDICAL MALPRACTICE.
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os abogados en Peyman & Rahnama han trabajado en nuestras comunidades por mas de 15 años,
protegiendo los derechos de las inocentes víctimas. Nadie puede fijarle un precio al sufrimiento y al dolor, o a la
perdida de un ser querido,y en esos momentos usted necesita la fuerza, honestidad y las habilidades de un bufete
confiable de abogados. Los abogados y el personal de Peyman & Rahnama poseen el fundamento profesional y
ético, junto con la experiencia, los recursos y el conocimiento en los cuales sus clientes han llegado a confiar. Nos
especializamos en DAÑOS CORPORALES, COMPENSACIÓN AL TRABAJADOR Y HOMICIDIO CULPOSO,
RESPONSABILIDAD PROFESIONAL, Y NEGLIGENCIA MEDICA.
For your convenience, we have offices located throughout Southern California:
Calexico, San Diego, Los Angeles and Oxnard
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Law Offices of Peyman & Rahnama
555 South “A” Street, Suite 155 • Oxnard, Ca 93030
Tel: 805-351-3722 • Fax: (805) 981-1949
www.peymanrahnama.com

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