Arturo Castro is getting ready for the launch of his new comedy central TV show, Alternatino. A show that talks about many topics including todays society, politics and hispanics in the US. Meli Mel was able to chat with Arturo and we got an amazing interpretation of Pitbull. Check out Alternatino on Comedy Central.
Richard Roundtree and Jessie T. Usher chat with Meli Mel about the truth behind being such an Iconic character like SHAFT. John Shaft Jr. may be an FBI cyber security expert, but to uncover the truth behind his best friend’s untimely death, he needs an education that only his dad can provide. Absent throughout his […]
Netflix does it again and brings to our screens Jennifer Aniston and Adam Sandler for Murder Mystery. Meli Mel was able to chat with the incredible Mexican actor, Luis Gerardo Mendez. Luis had an excellent time filming Murder Mystery and mores he’s a fan of many he was able to work with including […]
Over at CNN Entertainment, Scottie Andrew and Nicole Chavez write about the loved telenovela star Edith Gonzalez passing away to cancer this past Thursday, June 13th. She will be remembered with the legacy she had in her prominent roles in telenovela and theatre productions. Click HERE for more info on the star. Photo: Edith Gonzalez, […]
Over at Remezcla, Eddie Cepeda writes about how Nuyorican sensation Jennifer López bringing her daughter Emme on stage to bless the audience with her vocals! To take a look at the video of the performance, click HERE. Photo: Kevin Winter/Getty Images for ABA
If you’re ever in the mood to get something sweet and Cuban, then what better place than to go to a bakery in Hialeah. Click HERE for the recent June 2019 rating of the best bakeries in Hialeah! Photo: Vicky Bakery
Over at Miami New Times, Suzannah Friscia writes about the live Uforia concert honoring Latin trap with artists Karol G, Ozuna, & more! If you can make it to this concert, don’t miss out and click HERE for more details. Photo: Karol G Universal Music Group
IndieWire writer Christian Zilko gives us a look at an upcoming 2020 festival aimed at giving opportunities to Latin American, Central American, and Caribbean artists. To learn more about the festival, click HERE. Photo: Anne Thompson