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Tag: Dominican Republic

Original Names For Latin American Countries

February 27, 2017 

The Spanish conquistadores were weird. What they chose to keep and what they destroyed makes no sense. For instance, they hated efficient Aztec indoor plumbing but were totally fine with Indian grasshopper tacos? I want consistency from my oppressive mass murderers. Either you reject the conquered culture entirely or you assimilate it. Same rule applies….


Ricky Martin Plays At The Central American And Caribbean Games

November 22, 2014 

The Puerto Rican singer, Ricky Martin performed at the opening XXII Central American and Caribbean games, in Veracruz Mexico. Martin, who is in the midst of a national concert tour of Mexico, was able to be part of the opening ceremonies and played several of his hits including his new single “adios”. The Central American….


Marc Anthony Marries Model Shannon De Lima In The Dominican Republic

November 13, 2014 

Like they say third time is a charm! Marc Anthony said “I do” to the model Shannon De Lima on Tuesday, Nov 11th. The wedding ceremony included a 100 guest at Anthony’s home in La Romana. Dominica Republica. Among the guest included Latin music stars like Juan Luis Guerra, Carlos Vives, and Tito El Bambino…..


Still Crazy After All These Years: The Five Worst Latin American Dictators Of The 20th Century

November 28, 2011 

By Jack Tomas Let’s face it, Latin American history is nothing but a series of evil jerks treating people like crap. Seriously, think about it. When was the last time there was a leader, any leader, in any Latin American country who wasn’t a crook, killer, or psychopath? It seems like our only choices are:….


Juan Bago And O’s Masterpiece “Pan Con Queso”

February 28, 2011 

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Just ask Dominican-American comedians Juan Bago and O. Our pals over at UrbanoTV sent us their latest video, “Pan Con Queso”. It is a spoof on Wiz Khalifa’s “Black and Yellow,” which was written to support the Pittsburgh Steelers. “Pan Con Queso” has a much nobler purpose.