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Cover Story - Issue 94

THE KING OF SALSA, A FIVE-TIME GRAMMY AWARD WINNING SINGER-SONGWRITER-PRODUCER, WHO SOLD MORE THAN 10 MILLION ALBUMS WORLDWIDE, IS AT THE PINNACLE OF HIS CAREER. BY NO MEANS IS MARC ANTHONY READY TO SLOW DOWN.

By Jorge Cano-Moreno and Joshua Del Rio
 
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Cover Story - Issue 95

ROBINSON CANO WAS AN UNKNOWN LEFT-HANDED HITTER WHEN THE NEW YORK YANKEES RECRUITED HIM OUT OF SAN PEDRO, DR. BUT WITH A STELLAR 2010 CAMPAIGN, BASEBALL HAS WITNESSED THE IMPORTED SECOND BASEMAN TRANSFORM INTO LEAGUE MVP.

Words By Dave Gil de Rubio, Photography by Josh Dehonney
 
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Cover Story - Issue 99

SPA-TO-IN-GLISH:

(n) a combination of Spanish, English and Patoi (a Jamaican dialect) introduced by NOTCH to broaden the musical scope, connect cultures and captivate a whole new generation.

 
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Written by Georgette Cline   

 Cover Story - Issue 97

The Show Goes On...

As one of entertainment’s lauded figures, John Leguizamo is an expert at causing tears to flow and inciting jeers. So what happens when you put him on stage for a one-man show? Lawsuits abound.

By Georgette Cline

 
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Cover Story - Issue 96

Models often speak of wanting world peace and helping children, but there is one who is actually doing something about it. Cuban model, singer, and actress Mayra Veronica has put on yet another hat, that of a humanitarian. Myra Veronica has been hands on in supporting our troops and also our future.

 
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Cover Story - Issue 98

New Decade, New Media, A New Salsa?

While all music genres must go through changes, trends and technology routinely find their way into popular music. For example, Hip-Hop has evolved over the years from its humble beginnings in the South Bronx  and consistently incorporated new sounds and rhythmic patterns. Whether it was the laid back West Coast flavor made popular in the 90’s or the “get crunk”  Southern twang that categorized much of the releases in the new millennium, it has routinely morphed into something different.

 
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Cover Story - Issue 100

The Talented Mr. Terrero

On an unseasonal spring-like day in February, in the brand new venue, Rooftop 760 (Copacabana), I sat with Ulysses Terrero, a producer, director, casting agent, and one of the best story tellers I have ever met.

 
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Cover Story - Issue 101

How a Song is Born

Beats start with Cliff in the lab. Instrumental are sent to Carol C. and when she finds herself obsessed with one, she begins a melody. Next up, lyrics! They can come in English or Spanish. When the song is lightly developed, it is shared with the group. Each member starts to identify his/her place in the track and ideas gets bounced around. With practice, time, patience, and creativity...a song is born!!!

 
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