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Making a break for it

By Geoff Edgers
Globe Staff / December 17, 2011
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Boston-born b-boy Alex Diaz (also known as El Nino) returns from his never-ending world tour to host and possibly compete in this weekend’s break-dance battle, the United Styles 7 World Bboy Cup. Catch the competition and Diaz, 21, at Hibernian Hall Saturday and, for the finals, the Cyclorama on Sunday. “This is my job. This is what I do,’’ he says. “And I travel around the world doing it.’’

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WHO
Alex Diaz, a.k.a. El Nino
WHAT
The Boston-born b-boy and Floorlords Crew member returns from his never-ending world tour to host and possibly compete in this weekend’s break-dance battle, the United Styles 7 World Bboy Cup. Catch the competition and Diaz, 21, at Hibernian Hall today and, for the finals, the Cyclorama tomorrow.