Films of Families, Drugs and Conflicts Make For a Great Way to End Spring by Kevin M. Thomas

Film festival favorites are making a strong showing the second half of May. Truly one of the most delightful films from any festival, “Margarita, with a Straw” not only will be on DVD and VOD in June, but it will have a theatrical run starting May 20 at Los Angeles’ Arena Cinema, in San Francisco’s […] Click to read more »

“On Your Feet” Will Catapult You Out of Your Seat with it’s True Story of Love, Perseverance and Inspiration

Walking into the Marquis Theatre one is instantly aware you are about to get your latin groove on with the music of the iconic Gloria Estefan and The Miami Sound Machine,  especially when the usher at the entrance reminds crowds to not forget to get your  ‘Conga’ on. “On Your Feet”  is the brand new musical which […] Click to read more »

Travel to Cuba is Now a Reality and Much Easier if You Follow the 12 Categories that were Enacted as of January 16th By Steve V. Rodriguez

The hot topic at the recent The New York Times Travel Show was Cuba! With President Obama quickly easing restrictions and lifting the embargo between America and Cuba, this one act will end a 54-year old embargo that has severed the ties between the two countries. Although the road ahead is a long one, including […] Click to read more »

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A Couple of Canucks Loose in Havana by Meera Kamra-Kelsey

Canadians regularly travel to & work in Cuba, not being subjected to an embargo.  Our two countries have co-operated on many construction & mining projects. Most Canadian tourists travel directly to the beaches, just passing through Havana’s Jose Marti airport or taking a single-day bus trip into the city. My husband & I wanted to […] Click to read more »