You may know Phil Kaufman’s trio of classic films from the 80s. No one made movies as romantic, brutal, elegiac, elegant, sexy, pure, inspiring. His 80s films are like those of no other auteur and I put The Right Stuff, The Unbearable Lightness of Being, and Henry & June up there with any three movies […]
Great story written by Neda Ulaby via NPR “Pura Belpré became the first Puerto Rican librarian at the New York Public Library in 1921. She’s shown above leading a story hour in the 1930s.” Read the full story HERE.
It’s with great tristesa and profound sadness that we at generation ñ bemoan the loss of Herman Echevarria , who was a great friend to generation ñ mag back in the 90s when he and Manny Machado ran BVK/Meka. They were among the first to believe in our brand and give us the advertising commitments […]
Miami Marlins star, Jose Fernandez, was killed early this morning in a tragic boating accident. Only 24 years old and such a great talent. Our hearts are heavy for his friends, family and the baseball community. Click HERE to read more (via @CNN)
“The Netflix series “The Get Down” is bringing new attention to the pioneering hip-hop D.J. born Joseph Saddler, who, unlike many of his peers from the music’s early days, continues to work.” Click HERE to read more! Story by: John Leland
Mexican singer Juan Gabriel, who established himself as one of Latin music’s biggest stars, died Sunday morning in his California home. Gabriel’s publicist confirmed the musician’s death to the Associated Press but provided no details regarding the circumstances. Read his publicists statement HERE (via WashingtonPost). Juan Gabriel was born on January 7, 1950 on Cinco […]
The incredibly talented and handsome actors, Jack Huston and Rodrigo Santoro chat with Meli Mel about their new movie. Jack Huston has the roll of a lifetime, quite literally transforming on the big screen for all to watch. Santoro embodies, Jesus. His interpretation is strong and intense. This film is one of the most intense […]
Meli Mel chats with the voice of Kubo, Art Pakinson for the new Laika film, “Kubo and the Two Strings.” Travis Knight film director and Laika CEO was also in Miami to talk about this film. You can really tell the passion Travis has for film making especially a film like Kubo, which took over […]