Why I’m taking a break from CNN for a while

I realized today I’m going to have to find something else to listen to in the background while I work. Until now my distraction of choice for creating background noise had always been CNN. Not that I find their reporting super accurate or engaging, but it was something I could […]

Not right now. Pronto. 

Not right now, she said. Not right now, okay sweetie.  Soon.  Pronto. Mom, can you buy me these shoes. Not right now, sweetie.  Mom, can we go watch a movie tonight? Not tonight, honey.  Pronto.  Mom, can you buy me this book?  Sí, pero ahorita no. Not right now.  Soon.  […]

An afternoon with Kate Del Castillo in Houston

To say that I’m a fan of Kate Del Castillo is probably an understatement. Alright, it’s definitely an understatement. I’d say she’s probably right up there on my list of movie stars who I think are amazing… right after JLO I would say, LOL! I mean not to sound like […]

Ana Navarro strikes again at NCLR

This weekend the National Council of La Raza (NCLR) held their annual conference in Orlando, Florida. As was to be expected, politics was a key topic for most of the event. One of the presenters that really stood out for me was Republican political commentator Ana Navarro. Her speech was […]

Conversation with Ryan Velasquez, (Writer/Director, ‘Drowning’)

The journey to filmmaking for Ryan Velasquez was somewhat unconventional. The San Francisco Bay Area native first discovered his interest in film when he was in high school, but it wasn’t until he entered business school as and adult that he truly uncovered his desire to tell stories through this medium. In […]

Interview: Univision’s Los Cowboys

I recently had the chance to sit down and chat with the stars of Univision’s online show ‘Los Cowboys.’ We talked about their new series, the beautiful tradition of charreria that is the centerpiece of their show, and even the state of Latinos and mexicanos in the U.S. Just in […]