gen ñ’s Meli Hernandez talks to Taylor Lautner about his exciting new movie Abduction, going from wolf to sex symbol to action hero, the exciting cast and his favorite parts of making the film. They even answer questions from Taylor’s Fans! There’s even time for a few questions about Monday Night Football, The Patriots […]
Andreas Schreiner, managing partner of Pubbelly, Pubbelly Sushi and Barceloneta chats with us about the three restaurants and each ones’ uniqueness, the masterminds behind their amazing menu as we drool over their dishes and find out why it’s a favorite of local chefs. Author: chatchowtvAndreas Schreiner / Pubbelly Sushi
The Hendry family has been farming the same vineyard in Napa since 1939. The lessons learned in more than 70 harvests provide us with a level of knowledge and a connection to the land that is rare in Napa. The Hendry Ranch is composed of 114 acres of vineyard situated in the hills north west […]
Our little Meli Hernandez tries to get a good nights sleep in the Disney/Pixar Monsters University scare room. Good luck Melissa! This is great – I think the Monsters pretty much scare the wits out of her. (Who knew Meli could act?!) Monsters University opens June 21st.
Celebrate the opening of The Museum of Art Fort Lauderdale’s new exhibition, The Miami Generation: Revisited, showcasing the work of nine Cuban artists who were part of the first generation of exiles. Mark your calendar for Saturday, July 12th beginning at 5:30 PM for thier panel discussion with the artists. Following the panel discussion, join […]
Over at Remezcla, Manuel Betancourt writes about the impacting films that are soon to be screened at a festival that honors and welcomes social commentaries. Click HERE for more info. Photo: Full Frame Documentary Film Festival Posted by: Yenesis Alvarez
The excellent Jon Pareles in the NY Times reviews the Juan Luis Guerra concert from this weekend and says it was quite great right here. Remember that Terra.com launch party when they played in Miami? Only the best party ever thrown down here. This pic is from the NY Times photog Robert Caplin.