Grammy 2013

Grammy 2013
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Rihanna realmente engalanó la noche de la quincuagésimo quinta presentación de los premios Grammy hoy. Ella cantó “I want you to stay”- “Quiero que te quedes”. Ella llevó un vestido largo azul noche que contrastó muy bien con sus labios y uñas rojas. Su micrófono con un delicado acabado en dorado brilló con su magnifica voz.        Pin this 

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Rihanna realmente engalanó la noche de la quincuagésimo quinta presentación de los premios Grammy hoy. Ella cantó “I want you to stay”- “Quiero que te quedes”. Ella llevó un vestido largo azul noche que contrastó muy bien con sus labios y uñas rojas. Su micrófono con un delicado acabado en dorado brilló con su magnifica voz.

19 presentaciones hicieron de esta edición del Grammy, una noche inolvidable.

“Fun” ejecutó una gran presentación con Carry on, y finalmente se otorgó los premios a canción del año con “We are young”- “Somos jovenes”  y mejor artista nuevo

Una de las presentaciones mas esperadas fue la de Justin Timberlake quien regresaba al mundo de la música despues de cuatro años. Como lo dijo Beyonce al anunciarlo, “Justin es un hombre que nació para cantar” y realmente no solo cantóo, sino también encantó.

Bruno Mars encabezó el elenco que rindió un merecido tributo a Bob Marley.

Definitivamente el vestido que impacto mas en esta presentacion de los premios Grammy fue el vestido de Carrie Underwood.

Hispanic Lifestyle: Peruvian Cuisine Demo in Montclair

Hispanic Lifestyle: Peruvian Cuisine Demo in Montclair

 

Immerse yourself in the hispanic lifestyle participating in this free peruvian cuisine demonstration and discussion of the varieties of Peruvian cuisine.

Restaurant Costanera Cocina Peruana – Montclair

Chef: Juan Placencia

Date: Thursday 29th, 2012

Time: 6:30 – 8:30 pm

Hispanic Lifestyle: Peruvian Cuisine Demo in Montclair

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Spanish Language Film Comedia en Español

Spanish Language Film  Comedia en Español

 

Don’t miss the opportunity to see this fantastic Spanish Film Comedy in Spanish language:

No se pierdan la oportunidad de ver esta fantástica comedia en idioma español.

Spanish Language Film  Comedia en Español

Will Ferrell: ‘Casa de mi Padre is an homage to my Spanish teachers

Will Ferrel dijo: ” Casa de mi Padre es un homenaje a mis profesores de español

Para ver el artículo completo, haga click en el siguiente enlace.

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Lizette Salas: Latin Pride – Orgullo Latino

Lizette Salas: Latin Pride – Orgullo Latino

Lizette Salas is the first Latina from Los Angeles County to make the LPGA Tour.

Lizette Salas es la primera Latina del condado de Los Angeles en llegar al tour LPGA

For more information, read the following link.

Lizette Salas: Latin Pride – Orgullo Latino

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http://www.latimes.com/sports/la-sp-kia-classic-20120322,0,498818.story?track=rss&utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+latimes%2Fsports+(L.A.+Times+-+Sports)

Q´VIVA The Chosen – Saturdays 7 pm – Univision

Q´VIVA The Chosen – Saturdays 7 pm – Univision

¡Q’Viva! The Chosen goes straight to the core of Latin America and discovers your most authentic, genuine and talented entertainers. Leading the journey are superstar artists, Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony, and acclaimed show director, Jamie King.

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In Wonderland: The Surrealist Adventures of Women Artist in Mexico and the Unites States

LACMA’s latest, featuring about 175 works by 47 artists, including Frida Kahlo, Lee Miller, Remedios Varo, Leonora Carringt

After seeing publicity all over Los Angeles — banners, posters, etc. — for the latest special exhibition at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, better known as LACMA, called “In Wonderland: The Surrealist Adventures of Women Artist in Mexico and the Unites States,” I excitedly looked forward to checking it out this past weekend, especially when I found out seven of the Frida Kahlo pieces, of whom I am a huge fanatic of, are being feautured.

It also features works by other of my favorites like Remedios Varo and Rosa Rolanda.

Let me begin by telling you that the three hours I spent contemplating the entire exhibition were totally worth it. Not only did I get a sense and felt the emotions of each of the artist, but I also got a closer look at their work and I also discovered several other artists that I didn’t know about before walking in there.

It is interesting to see how each and one of the artist being featured depicted their life struggles in a canvas by chasing their dreams in good and bad situations through their surrealism. While there, I found out from a women art lover who was visiting from New York, that this is the first exhibit to show North American women surrealists, so as an Angelino, I feel very lucky to have it here in LA.

The color, the message, their ability to depict such emotion is just so amazing when you have the art piece in front of you, in the case of Frida Kahlo I couldn’t stop staring at the “Two Fridas” or “Las Dos Fridas” which is one of my favorites of Kahlo, I think I spent a half an hour on this one, the first time I ever saw it. Frida painted this huge oil on canvas huge piece, (68″ 1/4 x 68″) shortly after her divorce from painter and muralist Diego Rivera.

I know that in her diary, Frida wrote that this particular painting originated from her memory of an imaginary childhood friend, but then later she confirmed it records the emotions surrounding her separation and her life while married with Diego Rivera. With that being said I can’t tell you more of this exhibition because I encourage you to check it out.

The exhibition includes works dating from 1931 to 1968, it shows the excellent works of 47 female surrealist all depicted in a total of 147 works which you will absolutely love and don’t worry about the price of admission because again it is totally worth it. The exhibit will be open to the public through May 6.

By Jorge A. Argüello
Published on LatinoLA: February 29, 2012

Moe info of the event:  “In Wonderland: The Surrealist Adventures of Women Artist in Mexico and the Unites States”

Don’t miss “In Wonderland: The Surrealist Adventures of Women Artist in Mexico and the Unites States”

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