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SALSA HEAVY METAL: ROCK Y MERCADEO TRANSFOMARON LA SALSA EN ESPECTÁCULO Featured

Músicos no cocineros. Fania All Stars en Venezuela en 1980. Primera fila: Yomo Toro, Roberto Roena, Papo Lucca, Adalberto Santiago, Johnny Pacheco, Reynaldo Jorge, Ismael Miranda, Puchi Boulong, Luigi Texidor, Leopoldo Pineda, Héctor Lavoe. Segunda fila: Anibal Vasquez, Eddie Montalvo, Rubén Blades, Pupi Legarreta, Santos Colón, Ed Byrne. Tercera fila: Juancito Torres, Sal Cuevas, Pete “El Conde” Rodríguez, Celia Cruz, Cheo Feliciano, Nicky Marrero, Hector “Bomberito” Zarzuela. © Izzy Sanabria

Ignorados por el público actual, quien ve a Johnny Pacheco o a Izzy Sanabria diría que son unos abuelos más de esos sin muchas historias que contar y tiempo de sobra para cuidar nietos.…

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Literally lost in translation Featured

Back in 2003 I was heavy into writing theater, concert, and film reviews. Mostly because I got paid for it and got free tickets to almost everything New York had to offer. But also because I got a sweet self-righteous kick by thinking the world benefited from my warnings. I loved believing that.

In reality, the world didn’t give a flying fuck about me. Two of my worst-reviewed films that year, SWAT (the worst part of writing about SWAT is acknowledging that I went to see it) and Charlie’s Angels 2 (Lucy Liu, Drew Barrymore, and Cameron Díaz… Need I say more), squeezed as much box office blood out of their stony productions than most of my best reviewed films of 2013 put together (The Russian Ark, 21 Grams, American Splendor, Spider, The Fog of War, and Whale Rider).…

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