Tag: Gerardo

“Rico Suave” Singer Gerardo Gets His Own TV Show

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March 04, 2014 

In what can only be described as the death of entertainment, Gerardo will star in his very own reality series on VH1. It is called…wait for it…Suave Says. The show will center on his currently life as an executive at Interscope record and how he’s “passing the musical torch” to his three kids, (which are….

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Congress Proposes Smithsonian Latino Museum. Here’s What The Need To Have

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November 16, 2011 

Congress proposed a bipartisan initiative to the put the Smithsonian American Latino Museum on the National Mall. Think about it, Republicans and Democrats who NEVER agree on anything agreed that we Latinos need to be represented at the Smithsonian. It’s funny, given that a lot of them want to put up a wall to keep….

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Boogemangs: Top 5 Latino Mythological Monsters

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October 24, 2011 

By Jack Tomas Every civilization has a series of myths and legends that help them define the world around them. This can be as complicated as the Zeus’ constant date rape of mortals or as simple of the gay glitter vampires of the Pacific Northwest. One of the things all mythologies have in common are….

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Growing Up Brown In A Small Town

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August 22, 2011 

Comedian Lucas Molandes talks about growing up brown in a small white town and all the cultural icons he had to rebel against. Gerardo, Speedy Gonzales, the Taco Bell dog: they’re all there.

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USPS Issues Latino Music Legend Stamps. We Have Suggestions For Series 2

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March 16, 2011 

The U.S. Postal Service announced today that they are releasing a set of stamps honoring great Latino musicians. The stamps will feature Celia Cruz, Tito Puento, Carmen Miranda, Carlos Gardel, and Selena. The artists they chose are certainly all deserving of the honor. Well, maybe not Carmen Miranda. Her main accomplishment was being able to….

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Tu Vez Blast-From-The-Past Truck: Gerardo

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January 19, 2011 

What’s the worst thing that ever happened to Latinos? Hernan Cortez’s destruction of the Aztec empire? Centuries of Spanish brutality? The wars between right wing juntas and Communist guerillas in the 70s and 80s? Not even close. All that pales in comparison to the pain and destruction caused by 90s Latin singer Gerardo.

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