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2014/02/12 at 4:36pm

The 5 Best Fashion Documentaries To See During NY Fashion Week

02.12.2014 | By |

New York Fashion Week is over this week and for those who have had the privilege to attend or for those who have not been able to attend or be a part of the festivities, we honor the Fall 2014 New York Fashion Week with the 5 Best Fashion Documentaries to get you New York Fashion State of Mind. Read More

Mariana Dussan

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2014/02/12 at 10:58am

No ‘X Factor’ Or ‘La Voz Kids,’ Is Paulina Rubio’s Career Done?

02.12.2014 | By |

By 2013 it seemed that Paulina Rubio’s career had no limits as became an American household name overnight. In 2012, Rubio released the single “Boys Will Be Boys,” from her EP “Bravisima,” which peaked at No. 16 on Billboard’s Latin Pop Songs, among others charts. That same year, she also starred in the second season for “La Voz … México” (Sept. 9 until Dec. 16 of 2012). Read More

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2014/02/06 at 3:11pm

In Honor of ‘The Red Hot Chili Peppers’ Super Bowl Debacle, The 5 Worst Fake Music Performances

02.6.2014 | By |

For ages, the air guitar has been a staple technique for rock and roll fans, but who knew that it was actually a staple for the rock stars as well.

During the Super Bowl halftime show, Bruno Mars invited The Red Hot Chili Peppers to perform on stage with him. The band played “Give It Away” and rocked out to their instruments like no one else, Flea and Josh strummed until their strings almost popped and Chad banged the drums until his arms nearly fell off. Read More

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2014/02/05 at 2:34pm

Is Shalim Ortiz Returning To Music?

02.5.2014 | By |

For more than a decade, actor Shalim Ortiz, who is of Puerto Rican and Dominican heritage, has successfully crisscrossed between the American (“Magic City“) and Latin (“Dama y Obrero“) worlds of film and television — a privilege only a few experience — but his initial mark was made in music. In 2003, Ortiz was actually well known for his second and last album “Cuarto Sin Puerta”, an Emilio Estefan collaboration. Remember “Se Me Olvido Tu Nombre,” the huge hit from 2003? It reached #2 on the Latin Billboard charts, and now 11 years later, he’s toying with the idea of returning music again with “Va a Llover,” a single made just in time for Valentine’s Day.  Read More

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