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Q: Recent Magazines ( Answered 5 out of 5 stars,   0 Comments )
Subject: Recent Magazines
Category: Reference, Education and News > Teaching and Research
Asked by: 01saleen126-ga
List Price: $200.00
Posted: 20 Jan 2003 18:48 PST
Expires: 19 Feb 2003 18:48 PST
Question ID: 146285
What magazine recently(2003) featured caltrans chp officer Rick
Quintero.  He also does traffic for FOX 11, Good Day LA, Los Angeles
C.A., in between 6am to 9am Monday thru Friday

Request for Question Clarification by justaskscott-ga on 21 Jan 2003 10:15 PST
I have found three articles from September to November 2002 that
mention Rick Quintero.  I assume that these are not sufficient?

Are you looking for an in-depth profile of Rick Quintero, or something
else?  Do you have any idea whether this is a national or local

Clarification of Question by 01saleen126-ga on 22 Jan 2003 02:07 PST
I am almost positive that the magazine he is in, is a national
magazine,like fashion, news, health, fitness, entertainment, womens
and mens magazines. I also thought that it was either a Jan or Feb
issue.  It was mentioned on Good Day LA sometime at the beginning of
the month

Clarification of Question by 01saleen126-ga on 23 Jan 2003 01:42 PST
I also believe that it was some kind of profile with a picture or two
but I'm not sure
Subject: Re: Recent Magazines
Answered By: cath-ga on 06 Feb 2003 11:02 PST
Rated:5 out of 5 stars
Dear Saleen,

I have found the magazine you are looking for! The reason there 
was some difficulty locating it is that the folks on Good Day LA 
had just discovered the article, and it was news to them when they 
discussed it recently, but the article was actually published a year 
ago. I spoke with the CHP Officer Rick Quintero on the phone this 
morning, and he told me the article they were talking about on the 
air was actually published in Oye Magazine last year.

I then talked with the Managing Editor of Oye, Javier Reynaldo, and 
he told me the article was in the Jan-Feb edition of Oye in 2002. 
The article was titled, “El Gallo y Sus Pollitos,”  which means 
“The Rooster and His Little Chicks” in Spanish. Officer Quintero 
was featured as the “rooster” or “big guy”  modeling western clothes 
at a simulated cock-fight, surrounded by lovely women or “chicks.”  
“Oye”, by the way, means “listen” in Spanish,and is also an acronym 
for Open Your Eyes, which is the alternate title of the magazine.

The magazine is published by the Tlahtoani Media Group in Los Angeles.
If you would like to order the back issue in question right now, you 
can e-mail, and she will send you the magazine.
The magazine’s website, , is under some construction,
but you should soon be able to order the magazine from the site also.

I hope you are happy with this answer. If anything is unclear, or if
the links don’t work for you, please ask me to clarify before you
rate my research. Thanks for your question, it was fun to delve into!

Search strategy:



Rick Quintero chp
caltrans Rick Quintero
Fox 11
Open Your Eyes Magazine
Good Day LA- e-mailed them
California Highway Patrol: e-mailed them.
CHP: spoke with Officer Moore, she didn’t know, but put me 
through to Quintero’s voice mail. I left a message with Rick 
Quintero’s voice mail on 2/ 5/, spoke with him in person today.
Oye Magazine: phoned Javier Reynaldo today

Clarification of Answer by cath-ga on 06 Feb 2003 13:46 PST
thanks for the great rating and the tip! Glad to be of service. cath
01saleen126-ga rated this answer:5 out of 5 stars and gave an additional tip of: $5.00
Awesome answer!!!!! Just what I was looking for!!!!!

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