Five Indie Bands that Set Trends in Latin America
With a strategy that puts its bet on social networks and “people-to-people comments”, Latin American indie bands are growing in numbers and international and regional visibility by means of such festivals as Vive Latino or Lollapalooza.
Colombia and the Artistic Footprint of Its Black Population
Miss Balantas´ designs have toured different fairs organized by the Colombian textile industry.
Teatro “El Público”: The Boldest face On The Cuban Stage
At the interception between Linea and Paseo, two important avenues of Havana’s Vedado, is located the headquarters of Teatro El…
Angelica Locantore, the Venezuelan Who Sweeten “El Celler de Can Roca”
El Celler de Can Roca, considered the second best restaurant in the world in 2018 (according to The 50 best)…
A Facelift For Old Havana On Its 500th Anniversary
Havana was a Spanish colony for four centuries, English for one year, occupied by US troops, pounded by hurricanes and…
21st Century Music in Jamaica is Much More Than Reggae
21st century Jamaican music no longer carries the echo of Bob Marley and the Wailers alone. In recent years, a…
Brazilian Artist Eduardo Kobra Knows no Limits with his Graffiti
The world-renowned Brazilian graffiti artist Eduardo Kobra, continues to break barriers with his creative work. A few months ago he…
Rosa Salazar, the First Latina Cyborg in History, triumphs in “Alita: Battle Angel”
The new film by James Cameron and Robert Rodriguez, Alita: Battle Angel, is a fantasy and action production highlighting the…
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