When one leaves the Marquis Theatre in New York after watching Elena Roger, Michael Cerveris and Ricky Martin perform their art, it is hard (I'd even say impossible) to find any unhappy faces.
Forget about his insanely handsome looks or his smooth voice that could melt butter, Spanish vocalist, Pablo Alboran focuses instead on his music and the hard work that goes into maintaining a foothold in an already crowded market.
You mean to tell me that at campaign headquarters, there isn't one Latino lackey who could have added some sabor to the campaign playlist leaked Thursday?
Considering that I knew beforehand that "The Spanish Teacher" would be very Will-centric, I wasn't too excited for this episode. Although, I must admit that Ricky Martin's bon-bon shaking was a huge incentive for tuning in.
During this month, journalists do one of two things: write an article summing up the main events of the year almost gone, or write a forward-looking piece about the year to come. 2011 was a great year for the LGBT community, but I think 2012 is going to be even better.
Could it really be true that a being so intelligent like man, still hasn't evolved to a level where slavery and abuse of others are just memories of a cruel past? Do a little searching and some real disgust starts to develop.
They were going to be sold for prostitution in 2002. But it never happened. Advocates of an invisible crime, among them Ricky Martin, rescued them at the dawn of day.
Ricky Martin's music has transcended fears and the doubts of others who may have warned him not to reveal who he was. True art, true music, true performance, true talent overshadow and conquer all.
Ricky Martin's tour started with accusations from self-proclaimed apostol Wanda Rolón, stating in a press conference that he was condemning Puerto Ri...
In a new interview, musical superstar and American Idol judge Jennifer Lopez says: It's okay to be out. I do think it is. I do think it's acceptab...