Latin Pop – Mi Tercera Edad Wed, 23 Nov 2022 15:44:35 +0000 en-US hourly 1 Latin Pop – Mi Tercera Edad 32 32 FIFA World Cup songs and anthems from 1990 to 2022 Wed, 23 Nov 2022 12:37:08 +0000

The World Cup for Soccer was inaugurated in 1930. There have been theme songs over the years for the World Cup since 1962, but the world governing body, the Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA), began to adopt songs as soundtracks official world tournament soundtracks from 1990. The official soundtracks adopted for the FIFA World Cup consisted of an anthem and a song. However, in 2002 and 2014, FIFA adopted an official local song and a mascot song respectively, in addition to the FIFA song and the FIFA anthem of the year. Discover FIFA Songs and FIFA Anthems over the years that are officially recognized by the governing body.

FIFA World Cup songs and anthems from 1990

Year FIFA Songs FIFA anthems
1990 Un’estate italiana
1994 gloryland
1998 La Copa de la Vida (The Cup of Life) The Big Court (Do you mind if I play)
2002 Boom Anthem
2006 The best time of our life Zeit dass sich was dreht (to celebrate the day)
2010 WakaWaka Sign of a victory
2014 We are one (Ole Ola) Dar um Jeito (We will find a way)
2018 make the most
2022 Hayya Hayya (Better Together)

FIFA World Cup, 1990

Host: Italy

The first official song recognized by FIFA for the prestigious tournament in 1990 was “Un’estate italiana (To Be Number One)” sung by Edoardo Bennato and Gianna Nannini in Italian and Giorgio Moroder Project in English. There was no official anthem for this year.

Fifa World Cup, 1994

Host: United States

The 1994 World Cup had “Gloryland” as its official song. The soundtrack, powered by a saxophone, was performed by Daryl Hall and Blackness. Just like the previous edition, there was no official anthem.

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Fifa World Cup, 1998

Host: France

FIFA released an official song and an official anthem for the 1998 FIFA World Cup. The official anthem titled “La Cour des Grands (Do You Mind If I Play)” was sung by Youssou N’Dour and Axelle Red and the official song was “Cup of Life (La Copa de la Vida)” by Ricky Martin, recorded in English and Spanish. Ricky Martin’s track was a hit and it even won the Grammy for Best Latin Pop Performance.

Fifa World Cup, 2002

Host: Japan and South Korea

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The 2002 World Cup had three official soundtracks. FIFA had named “Let’s Get Together” performed by various local artists as the official local song of the tournament in addition to the FIFA anthem and song. The official song of the year was “Boom” by dance artist Anastacia and the official anthem was “Anthem” by Vangelis.

Fifa World Cup, 2006

Host: Germany

The 2006 World Cup named “The Time of Our Lives” by Il Divo and Toni Braxton as its official song, and “Zeit dass sich was dreht (Celebrate The Day)” by Herbert Grönemeyer featuring Amadou & Mariam as its official anthem.

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Fifa World Cup, 2010

Host: South Africa

The 2010 World Cup in South Africa released four official songs for the tournament: the official song, the official mascot song, the official anthem and the official promotional anthem. The official song was “Waka Waka (This Time For Africa)” recorded in Spanish and English by Colombian star Shakira with Freshlyground. The mascot’s official song was “Game On” by Pitbull, TKZee and Dario G. “Sign of a Victory” was the official anthem of the year 2010, sung by R. Kelly and featuring the Soweto Spiritual Singers. The official promotional anthem was Wavin’ Flag by K’Naan.

Fifa 2014 World Cup

Host: Brazil

This World Cup also saw more than two soundtracks. Pitbull, Jennifer Lopez and Brazilian star Claudia Leitte joined for the official trilingual (English, Spanish and Portuguese) samba-focused song “Ole Ola (We Are One)”. The official mascot song was “Tatu Bom de Bola”, sung in Portuguese by Arlindo Cruz, and the official anthem was “Dar um Jeito (We Will Find a Way)” by Carlos Santana featuring Wyclef, Avicii and Alexandre Pires.

Fifa World Cup, 2018

Host: Russia

For the 2018 World Cup held in Russia, FIFA only released an official song titled “Live It Up” by Nicky Jam featuring Will Smith and Era Istrefi, which was performed during the opening ceremony. closing of the tournament. The song was recorded in Spanish and English.

Fifa World Cup, 2022

Host: Qatar

FIFA has released the official song for the 2022 World Cup, titled “Hayya Hayya (Better Together)”, the soulful track features Trinidad Cardona, Davido and Aisha and fuses R&B and reggae. The official soundtrack will feature several official songs released by FIFA, including “Arhbo” by Ozuna and Gims and an all-female collaboration featuring Balqees, Nora Fatehi, Rahma Riad and “Light the Sky” by Manal. Another trending song performed at the opening ceremony of the Qatar 2022 World Cup is “Dreamers” by South Korean singer Jeon Jungkook.

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Who is performing at the 2022 Latin Grammy Awards? Chiquis, Jesse & Joy, Marco Antonio Solis Thu, 17 Nov 2022 04:32:12 +0000

The 23rd Latin Grammy Awards take place on Thursday, November 17 and will bring together the great and the good for a ceremony in Las Vegas.

bad bunny racked up the most nominations with a very impressive 10 nominations across multiple categories. He is closely followed by Edgar Barrera which garnered nine nominations.

You can watch at home with full coverage on Univision, which also features an exclusive red carpet extravaganza ahead of the ceremony. Besides the awards themselves, viewers will be treated to a series of highly anticipated performances from major artists.

Who will perform at the Latin Grammys?

In a series of announcements, the the organizers unveiled a number of big names taking the stage, with Latin Grammy stars past and present ready to perform.

Singer-songwriter Christina Aguilera will take the stage to perform from Los Angeles on Thursday. She won Best Female Pop Vocal Album in 2001 and hopes to add to that this week with seven nominations.

Colombian musician Camille will also perform on stage at the Michelob Ultra Arena. It won four awards in 2021, including Best Pop Song and Best Vocal Album.

Rauw Alejandro, nominated for Best New Artist two years ago, picked up nominations for Record of the Year and Song of the Year this time around and will give a live performance. Don’t be surprised to hear a live rendition of ‘Water‘ from the Puerto Rican star.

He will be joined by nine-time Latin Grammy nominees Sebastien Yatra. The 28-year-old has received four nominations this year.

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Mexican pop duo Jesse & Joy have already won six Latin Grammys and the pair will be back to perform this year. They are also up for an award again, with a nomination for Best Pop Vocal Album. Another past winner Chiquis also occurs at Thursday’s ceremony.

But perhaps most exciting of all, musician, singer, songwriter and record producer Marco Antonio Solis will deliver an unforgettable performance. He has five previous Latin Grammy wins and has already been crowned Latin Recording Academy Person of the Year.

Rounding out the 2022 Latin Grammys performances are Elvis Costello, Jorge Drexler, John Legend, Mariachi Sol de México de José Hernández Banda Los Recoditos, Nicky Jam, Carin León, Sin Bandera and Christian Nodal.

🌱 Holiday-themed events hit Tampa Bay + HART layoffs after tax defeat Sat, 12 Nov 2022 21:31:53 +0000

Hello everyone. It’s me, Carlos Hernandez, your Tampa Daily host – here to explain all the biggest things happening in town these days. Today’s issue includes news on…

  • 🎞 Tampa’s Historic Theater is bringing movies back to Curtis Hixon Park in downtown Tampa this holiday season.
  • 🎅 “Miracle” vacation-themed pop-up bars are coming to Tampa Bay. The Tampa location will be at Strandhill Public in Tampa Heights.
  • 🚌 Layoffs hit HART employees after Hillsborough County residents voted against a planned transit tax on Tuesday.

Today is National Pupusa Day in El Salvador. I recommend trying Pupuseria CentroAmericana in Tampa for delicious pupusas and other local Central American dishes.

But first, today’s weather:

Sun and scattered clouds. High: 77 Low: 59.

Here are today’s top stories in Tampa:

1. History Tampa Theater brings back parkCinema at a time Nov. 19 and Dec. 16 at Curtis Hixon Park in downtown Tampa. Planned screenings include “Arthur Noel” and Disney “A Christmas Carol.” The events are Free and open to the public. Snacks can be purchased at the nearby winter village. (It’s so Tampa)

2. Holiday-themed pop-up bars are about to take the Tampa Bay area by storm. Options this season include “Miracle to Mezzo,” located at Intermezzo Coffee & Cocktails in St. Pete, and “Miracle on Hand,” located at Strandhill Public Tampa Heights. Bars will serve specialty cocktails to celebrate the occasion. “Sipping Santa, a pop-up tiki-themed bar is also heading to The Honu in Dunedin. (WFLA)

3. The Straz Center and Metropolitan Ministries have teamed up to bring dance to elementary school students. The partnership has created dance classes at Sullivan Partnership School on the campus of Metro Ministries. (Fox 13 Tampa)

4. Local State Farm Agents and Keep Tampa Bay Beautiful will join the volunteers on November 17 to distributee 295 trees to the people of Tampa on a first come, first served basis. The purpose of trees is to make the community more resilient, especially in the face of bad weather. (Tampa Crest)

5. Hillsborough County Transit Tax Vote Failure Brings budget cuts to beleaguered Tampa HART transit service (Hillsborough Area Regional Transit Authority). Several high-ranking employees were fired on Wednesday. Tampa has one of the least well-funded public transit systems for a major city in the United States. (Creative Loafing Tampa)

Today in Tampa:

  • Bucs Vs. Seahawks Watch Party at Irish 31 Hyde Park. (9 am)
  • Football Watch Party – Buccaneers Vs. Sea Hawks at Original Westshore Pizza. (9:30 a.m.)
  • Second Sunday Art Walk and Vendor’s Fair at Armature Works. (11 a.m.)
  • Brunch In The Garden: Rosé Forever Edition at Eden Downtown. (midday)
  • Beso Del Sol: Upscale Latin Dance Party in Tampa Bay at the Alba Tampa Hotel, Tapestry Collection By Hilton. (3 p.m.)

From my notebook:

  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers shared: “The Buccaneers are helping the NFL’s efforts to expand the game globally as they prepare to face the Seahawks in Munich on Sunday, but the contest also comes at a critical time for Tampa Bay.” (Tampa Bay Buccaneers via Facebook)
  • Tampa Bay Busch Gardens shared: “You never know what kind of festive treats you’ll find in the Christmas Town Shop! 🎄🎁 Find all your favorite holiday merchandise and kick off Tampa’s biggest and brightest holiday event! happiest way.” (Busch Gardens Tampa Bay via Facebook)
  • Tampa Museum of Art share: “Time For Change: Art and Social Unrest in the Jorge M. Pérez Collection” is now open!” (Tampa Museum of Art, Inc. via Facebook)
  • City of Tampa shared, “Did you know the City of Tampa purchased the Henry B. Plant Museum Hotel and 50 acres of property in 1905? The hotel operated until 1930, closing due to the Great Depression.” (City of Tampa via Facebook)

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Documentary by Christina Aguilera in the works of Time Studios, Roc Nation – Deadline Thu, 10 Nov 2022 18:00:00 +0000

ting-poo (Val) has been chosen to direct a new documentary about the pop superstar Christina Aguilera for Time Studios and Roc Nation.

The film about Aguilera will provide unprecedented access to the story of his life, opening up his personal archives for a look at the past and present, from his beginnings as a pre-teen Disney star to his current recognition as a international icon with one of the most famous voices. With never-before-seen footage and exclusive behind-closed-doors moments, the film will dive deep into Christina’s personal and professional life, providing a portrait of artist, mother and artist as she reflects on her career as a several decades. for creative freedom and gender equality.

Production on the Christina Aguilera documentary has been going smoothly over the past 18 months, with the filmmakers following the singer-songwriter through various travels, performances and life events. The project will be the second from Time Studios and Roc Nation, following their multi-part docuseries Megan Thee Stallion announced in March. Time Studios’ Ian Orefice, Alexa Conway and Loren Hammonds are joined as executive producers on the film by Roc Nation’s Lori York, Sarah Francus and Desiree Perez, and Poo.

“We are beyond thrilled to extend our creative partnership with Roc Nation through this film,” said Hammonds, co-lead of documentary at Time Studios. “Christina has been such an enduring talent and an inimitable performer over the years. He is truly one of the great voices of our time, and this is the perfect time to tell his story. We are incredibly honored that she has chosen to work with TIME Studios and Roc Nation to finally share her truth with the world.

“Christina is a true icon, a beacon of endless authenticity. As a young artist, she broke the rules and paved the way for future voices,” remarked the Executive Vice President of Television and Film at Roc Nation in York “We are proud to work with Christina and TIME Studios, bringing such an intimate project to life.”

“Christina Aguilera is one of the most iconic artists of our time, whose music has inspired millions around the world,” Poo added. “I’m truly honored to tell the story of the person behind the music because I know they will be inspirational as well.”

Known for singles like “Genie in a Bottle” and “What a Girl Wants”, Aguilera has throughout her career sold over 75 million records worldwide. She achieved five No. 1 singles on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, making her the third female artist and fourth overall to top the chart for three consecutive decades (1990s, 2000s and 2010s). The singer-songwriter has also won six Grammy Awards, including a Latin Grammy Award, and is currently nominated for seven Latin Grammys for her latest album in Spanish, Aguilera.

Aguilera received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, won the inaugural Music Icon Award at the 2021 People’s Choice Awards, and received the Spirit of Hope Award at the Billboard Latin Music Awards this year. The artist is well known for her philanthropic efforts, having served as a global spokesperson for Yum! Brands’ World Hunger Relief effort since 2009 and helped raise more than $150 million for the World Food Program and other hunger relief agencies. She has also been recognized over the years as an advocate for the LGBTQ+ community and gender equality.

Poo is best known for directing and producing (with Leo Scott) the critically acclaimed 2021 documentary Val, depicting the life of actor Val Kilmer through rare archival footage and deeply personal access, which premiered in Cannes. The film delving into Kilmer’s battle with throat cancer premiered on Prime Video in August and received two Critics’ Choice Documentary Awards, including Best Historical or Biographical Documentary, among other accolades.

Before making waves with her directorial debut, Poo worked for many years as an editor. His credits in this field include the winner of the Cannes Prize The displaced and the Oscar-winning documentary short, Heaven is a traffic jam on the 405.

Recent projects from Time Studios – the Emmy-winning film and television production division of Time – include: Jeen Yuhs (Netflix), Countdown: Inspiration4 Space Mission (Netflix), Katrina Babies (HBO), Black gold (Paramount+), Big Vape (Netflix), John Lewis: good problem (CNN Movies), amazing Grace (Neon), right to offend (A&E), Ricky Powell: the individualist (Show time), Mass Effect: The YouTube Story, child of the year (Nickelodeon/CBS), TIME 100 (ABC) and Women of the Year (Amazon).

Founded by Jay-Z in 2008, Roc Nation is an entertainment company working in the areas of artist management, music publishing, touring, production and strategic brand development, among others.

Aguilera is represented by Roc Nation and CAA; Poo by UTA and Gang, Tyre, Row.

The best TV shows from Latino and Latino creators on Disney+ Sat, 05 Nov 2022 09:00:00 +0000

The only thing better than TV is… nothing. TV rules! And more TV series created by underrepresented populations is even better.

Thanks to the decades-long success of Disney Channel Latin America, the Argentinian producer’s incredible career Victoria Alonso (an executive producer for all your favorite Marvel properties, including the Marvel shows below!), and a recent push for a more diverse series roster, Disney+ has a great selection of shows all written, directed, or produced by Latino and Latina creators.

And because we love you almost as much as we love TV, we’ve rounded up a few of our favorites, in no particular order, for your viewing pleasure! Enjoy!

1. Diary of a Future President

Credit: Disney/Christopher Willard

Created by Ilana Peña and produced by Gina Rodriguez, Diary of a Future President is a warm and charming series about a 13-year-old Cuban-American girl who dreams of being President of the United States. Although we’re told in flash-forwards that she eventually achieves her goals, here in the present, she has to learn a few life lessons first. This delightful series has been hailed for its diversity, talented cast, and inspiring tone.

How to watch: Diary of a Future President is now streaming on Disney+.(opens in a new tab)

2. All the same… or not

Carol is your typical teenager going through big changes in her life. At school, she’s busy trying to figure out her friendships, her first relationship, and how to be her best self – she doesn’t have time to also deal with her mother’s impending wedding or make friends with his new stepbrother! All the same… or not (a.k.a, Tudo Igual… So Que Não) is a new Brazilian comedy-drama written by André Rodrigues and Luly Trigo, directed by Juliana Vonlanten and produced directly for Disney+. It’s a brilliant, honest, and engaging series that already has a second season in production.

How to watch: All the same… or not is now streaming on Disney+.(opens in a new tab)

3. it was always me

Lupe Díaz Smith returns from Mexico to Colombia after the sudden death of her father, a famous Colombian musician. The journalism student soon suspects that something is wrong with her death and decides to stay behind to investigate. it was always me (a.k.a, Siempre Fui Yo) is a gripping Colombian crime drama series. Created by Alejandro Stoessel, directed by Juan Felipe Cano, and written and produced by a Colombian team, this puzzle will keep you guessing. And don’t worry, the show has already been renewed for season two!

How to watch: it was always me is now streaming on Disney+.(opens in a new tab)

4. Boba Fett’s Book

Temuera Morrison as Boba Fett in

Credit: © 2022 Lucasfilm Ltd. & TM. All rights reserved.

Robert Rodriguez, whose production you may have seen in the Desperado Trilogy Where spy on kids (!!!), joined The Mandalorian team as executive producer and director for 2021 Boba Fett’s Book. This meditative series dives deep into some well-known star wars properties that never really caught the eye. Over the course of the 7-episode series, you’ll get a backstory for beloved bounty hunter Boba Fett, a revealing story arc for the Tusken Raiders, and an investigation into Tatooine’s corrupt politics. It’s a fresh and thoughtful approach to star wars universe that feels different from its many predecessors. An additional bonus? It may or may not provide key information for season 3 of The Mandalorian!

How to watch: Boba Fett’s Book is now streaming on Disney+.(opens in a new tab)

5. Violet

A disproportionate amount of Disney shows feature characters with prodigious musical gifts, and Violet, from Disney Channel Latin America, is no exception. This is the show that launched Argentinian pop star Tini’s career!

Violetta (Martina Stoessel, aka Tini) is a 17-year-old with a gift for singing, much like her late mother. Her overprotective father spent years keeping Violetta away from musical pursuits, fearing that success and fame would affect her life. Do you think Violetta will discover her voice throughout the series??? You bet your ass she does – and more. Written by Solange Keoleyan and Sebastián Parrotta, Violet is a hugely successful and captivating teen series with the brightest and most bubbly pop soundtrack you’ve ever heard.

How to watch: Violet is now streaming on Disney+.(opens in a new tab)

6. intertwined

Two preteens sing on stage

Credit: Disney+

Sixteen-year-old Allegra wants nothing more than to do musical theater like her grandmother did, and she can’t understand why her mother seems determined to stop her. Mother and daughter continue to clash until Allegra finds an old bracelet that takes her back to 1994, where she meets her mother as a young teenager and learns a bit more about her family’s past. intertwined (a.k.a Interlaced) is a new musical version of the proven experience terrible friday format, created by Jorge Edelstein and produced in Argentina.

How to watch: intertwined is now streaming on Disney+.(opens in a new tab)

seven. O11CE (a.k.a Once)

Written by Javier Castro Albano, Marcos Osorio Vidal, Tom Wortley and Fernando Riveros, and created by Jorge Edelstein, O11CE is an exciting Argentinian sports telenovela. Gabo, a teenager from a small village, won a prestigious scholarship at the University Institute of Sports in Buenos Aires to play football. But once he gets there, he finds he has a long way to go before he’s ready to be the star player he dreams of becoming.

How to watch: O11CE is now streaming on Disney+.(opens in a new tab)

8. Ms. Marvel

Iman Vellani as Ms. Marvel/Kamala Khan in

Credit: © Marvel Studios 2022

While Marvel Studios’ ongoing Phase Four has been defined by big swings, Ms. Marvels may be the greatest.

The coming-of-age story follows Kamala Khan (Iman Vellani), a Pakistani-American teenager who lives in Jersey City. This is Marvel’s take on the magical realism of Scott Pilgrim vs the world, with Kamala’s inner life expressed visually on screen as she confronts overprotective parents, high school life, and reconciles her traditional Muslim upbringing with her modern teenage existence. In addition, there are superpowers.

Ms. Marvel stands out among other MCU fare for slowing down and taking the time to dive deep with its central characters, and for doing it all through the perspective of an in-universe superhero fan. Kamala, for all the unique elements that shape her daily life, is like all of us. — Adam Rosenberg, Senior Entertainment Reporter (*)

How to watch: Ms. Marvel is now streaming on Disney+.(opens in a new tab)


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9. soy moon

Luna’s world is turned upside down when her parents move from Cancun to Buenos Aires for a job opportunity. Luna feels out of place in Argentina until she finds a home in the local roller-skating and dancing community. soy moon is a fun, free-spirited Argentinian telenovela from Gabriela Fiore and Jorge Edelstein – a big name in Disney Channel Latin America programming.

How to watch: soy moon is now streaming on Disney+.(opens in a new tab)

ten. Helen of Avalor

Looking for something that will keep your little ones glued to the TV so you can take a nap?! Helen of Avalor is the show for you. This sweet and silly animated series follows teenage princess Elena as she rebuilds her kingdom after decades of rule by an evil witch, while learning what it means to be a leader. With a host of Latin writers and Silvia Olivia as editor behind the scenes, Helen of Avalor was praised both for its characters (Elena in particular as a great role model for children) and for its genuine incorporation of Latin influences into all aspects of the show, including art design and music.

How to watch: Helen of Avalor is now streaming on Disney+.(opens in a new tab)

11. Loki

Tom Hiddleston as Loki, well,

Credit: © Marvel Studios 2020

Loki has always been one of the funniest and most dynamic supporting characters in the MCU, thanks in large part to Tom Hiddleston’s charismatic performance. With Lokithe god of mischief finally gets his time in the spotlight.

After the time flight events of Avengers: Endgame, Loki is recruited by the Time Variance Authority to hunt down a rogue variant of Loki. Shenanigans across time and space ensue, aided by Hiddleston’s great chemistry with co-stars Sophia Di Martino and Owen Wilson. Loki is both a fun ride and a compelling character study. Plus, it’s starting to usher in the much-hyped Multiverse, so it’s sure to be key to the MCU’s Phase Four. — Belen Edwards, entertainment reporter (*)

How to watch: Loki is now streaming on Disney+.(opens in a new tab)

12. Bia

After a tragic accident years ago that left several people dead, the Gutiérrez and Urquiza families hated each other. Which, as we all know, is the perfect environment for two young members of these enemy clans to fall in love! Walk in Bia, a Disney Channel Latin American telenovela that follows the romance between Bía Urquiza, an aspiring artist, and Manuel Gutiérrez as their families do everything in their power to separate these two crazy children. Created by Jorge Edelstein, Marina Efron and Carmen López-Areal, Bia is a captivating, exciting and sometimes musical teen love story that will suck you in from the start.

How to watch: Bia is now streaming on Disney+.(opens in a new tab)

Live at Linda: “518 Jazz” Wed, 02 Nov 2022 23:00:00 +0000

Rock plays three chords for 10,000 people and jazz plays 10,000 chords for three people.

Sid Caesar on Your Show Show said, “Jazz is the sound of the wind in a storm, Jazz is a wild wave crashing against the shore, Jazz is a mountain, Jazz is a swaying desert , jazz is a flying purple bird, jazz is a pencil sharpener, jazz is a frying pan, jazz is a caught handball…Jazz. Watch it on You tube, you won’t regret it.

Either way, 518 has its share of a rich, deep and thriving jazz community and it’s a treat when we get to record this family at The Linda. And no more thanks to anyone other than WAMC’s Tim Coakley. The Tim Coakley Jazz Show has been a staple of WAMC and here in the Capital District for 35 years this year, and we’re hosting a very special event Birthday party at Linda on Saturday, November 12e at 1:30 p.m. This one-night-only concert and live recording session will feature the Skip Parsons Memorial Band, ft. Tim Coakley – a Dixieland band paying tribute to one of Coakley’s longtime musical collaborators. For the second set, we welcome The Peg Delaney Quartet with Colleen Pratt. Finally, the best jazz musicians in the region will participate in a jam session to close the evening.

And best of all… It’s FREE! So you have no excuse, just to come to Linda.

To celebrate tonight we will be listening to concerts tonight from Wayne Hawkins Quartet 2022, Colleen Pratt & Peg Delany Trio 2022, Lee Shaw 2007 and Keith Pray’s Big Soul Ensemble 2008

Versatile pianist and keyboardist, Wayne Hawkins performs across the country, collaborating with artists from a variety of musical styles. As a composer and arranger, Hawkins has written for a variety of films, commercials and artists.

Additionally, his discography includes over 40 recordings with a wide variety of artists. As a frontman, his recordings include the critically acclaimed Wayne Hawkins Trio and his recently released solo work.

As a teacher, Hawkins served on the faculty at the University of Kansas for eight years and most recently taught at Skidmore College in Saratoga Springs, New York.

Wayne Hawkins is joined by Matt Steckler (sax), Erik Johnson (bass) and Bob Halek (drums).

Acclaimed voice stylist Colleen Prat and musical partners Peg Delaney, Bill Delaney and Bob Halek collect songs from the Great American Songbook and add their own patina. Colleen devotes her full, rich voice to the idioms of swing and jazz, and enjoys singing contemporary ballads, pop and Motown. Peg, who draws inspiration from American, Latin and Brazilian styles, plays in many different settings, from solo piano to large bands. Accompanying singers has been Peg’s favorite role and with Bill Delaney on double bass and the versatile Bob Halek on drums, she provides a musical cushion for Colleen’s vocals.

This concert was from our ‘Jazz Open House’, last summer in 2022. Here is the Wayne Hawkins Quartet followed by Colleen Pratt and the Peg Delaney Trio live at the Linda.

Lee Shaw was an American jazz pianist and composer. Born Londa Lee Moore in Cushing, Oklahoma, but raised in Ada. Shaw would listen to the radio and then play the piano the songs she heard, as well as learn songs from the Great American Songbook. Shaw studied classical piano at Oklahoma College for Women and earned a master’s degree at the American Conservatory of Music in Chicago. It was there that she met drummer Stan Shaw in 1961. They were married within six months and formed the Lee Shaw Trio, playing pop standards in Chicago restaurants and nightclubs. She claimed to have never heard the term “jazz” before attending a Count Basie concert. She studied with Oscar Peterson, who offered her tutelage after hearing her play.

The Lee Shaw Trio performed across the country, including in her native Oklahoma, where she was inducted into the Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame in June 1993. With Stan’s health declining in the late 1990s and his death in 2001, the trio was reformed and, each year from 2007 to 2009, toured Europe. A concert in Austria, recorded by the ORF, served as the basis for the 2008 album and DVD, Live in Graz.

In 2013, filmmaker Susan Robbins began working on a documentary about Shaw, titled Lee’s 88 Keys, after meeting her. The documentary was released in April 2015. Shaw attended and accepted the 2015 Jazz Hero Award from the Jazz Journalists’ Association.

We lost Lee Shaw in 2015 but his music lives on. This is Lee Shaw from 2007 live at the Linda.

keith prays is a versatile saxophonist and organist, who explores the frontiers of traditional jazz, blues, avant-garde and gritty funk as a performer, bandleader, composer and educator.

Keith has traveled from the West Coast to Europe making music of many styles with hundreds of gifted musicians including some of the giants of the industry. For eight years he resided in New York, performing with artists from multiple disciplines including jazz, R&B, blues, Latin and big band.

Keith is an in-demand jazz educator, having led numerous counties, masterclasses, clinics, run the Proctors Summer Jazz Institute for 9 seasons and most recently co-founded All Ears Jazz, which develops jazz education workshops.

This concert dates from 2009, Here is Keith Pray’s Big Soul Ensemble live at the Linda.

Thank you for staying with us this week. Join us next week as we travel back a decade and hear sets from November 2012. For more The Linda news or any upcoming events, follow us on Twitter, Facebookand instagramor visit

What happened to pro Val Chmerkovskiy? Dancer will miss Dancing With The Stars (DWTS) season 31 Halloween episode Sun, 30 Oct 2022 11:00:55 +0000

Dance pro Valentin Chmerkovskiy, also known as Val, will not be able to perform on Monday’s live episode of Dancing with the stars. The world Latin dance champion revealed in an Instagram video on Friday October 28 that he had tested positive for Covid.

He shared that his dance partner and Bachelorette Star Gabby Windey has tested negative for Covid and will be dancing in the Halloween-themed episode after her fantastic performance last week, for which the duo received a score of 46/50.

Jessie James Decker’s dance partner Alan Bersten, who was eliminated last week on October 24, will learn the routine that Val and Gabby were supposed to perform and come on the show on Monday for the dance performance. He asked his fans to vote for Gabby and reassured viewers that he would be back on the show next week.

Alan and Gabby will perform on the District 78 track Thrill.

Val Chmerkovskiy said he was disappointed to jump Dancing with the stars season 31 episode 8

The competition is intense for all performers right now as there are only nine pairs left in the series. Val Chmerkovskiy said in his Instagram video that he was disappointed and the whole situation was a “huge disappointment”. He also felt he let some people down and was “selfishly” looking forward to Argentine tango for the Halloween-themed episode.

He said Gabby already knew the routine and was sure Alan Bersten would perform well. Adding to the statement, he said:

“I feel good, I’ll be back – it’s a small setback for a big comeback, and thank you.”

He reassured fans in a instagram commenting that his wife Jenna Johnson Chmerkovskiy was fine and revealed she had tested negative for Covid. Jenna is currently pregnant with a baby boy, due in January 2023.

The performances of Val Chmerkovskiy and Gabby Windey on Dancing with the stars

On the night of the premiere, Gabby and Val received a score of 7 from each judge after jumping on Harry Style’s As it was. The couple landed in the top four after the episode. For Elvis Night, the duo performed on I can’t help falling in love and scored 8 points out of four judges. They moved up to 3rd place in the competition after their performance.

The pair maintained their third position on James Bond night Dancing with the stars with a score of 33. Gabby and Val dance the Cha-cha-cha style to that of Madonna die another day. In week four, Val and Gabby received a 9 from all four judges after their Quickstep performance for Mr. Blue Sky and ranks in the top 3.

For the two nights of Dancing with the stars Week 5, the couple performed well and received a total score of 82, landing in first place. They danced on If the world should ever stop and Good girls turn bad.

Gabby and Val received a total score of 46 from five judges in week 6 after their Rumba dance at House and comes second.

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Club Tempo Celebrates Queer Los Angeles Vaqueros Thu, 27 Oct 2022 12:00:48 +0000

A beige tejana sits atop Antonio Rodriguez’s freshly dyed icy blonde hair. This is the last piece of her look.

He wears a silver chain necklace, a slightly unbuttoned floral shirt, and white skinny pants. A brown leather belt wraps around her waist with a shiny buckle; his black boots gleam with shoe polish.

“I don’t care if you know if my style is too masculine or too feminine,” Rodriguez says as he adjusts his tejana, getting ready for a night out with friends. “My pants are tight, the boots are pointy. I am a vaquero of both identities.

Antonio Rodriguez, left, toasts with a friend on the dance floor.

(JJ Geiger / For The Time)

The vaqueros, or cowboys, represent the ideal tough and hardworking man, synonymous with power and masculinity in Mexican culture. Men wearing Tejana have adopted their so-called paisa subculture in the United States, although they are often ridiculed for their style by American-born Mexican Americans.

To be a queer vaquero is to not apologize for who you are; it is a radical act. For Rodriguez, it’s more than a look. It’s his lifestyle, one that shows he’s proud of both who he is and where he comes from.

During the week, Rodriguez works as a hairstylist and makeup artist, but year-round he’s a vaquero. And on Sunday evening, there is a place where he goes: Club rhythm.

Three people seated on a sofa covered with serape.

Avery Gutierrez, left, Antonio Rodriguez and Dario Clayton gather at Rodriguez’s before heading to Club Tempo.

(JJ Geiger / For The Time)

Club Hollywood is one of the few remaining gay Latino bars in LA, and the only one that caters to the queer vaquero community. Club Tempo may not have the mainstream recognition of gay clubs in West Hollywood, but it has a deep history. The two-story bar has been around since the early 1990s and serves as a home to a community in search of connection. West Hollywood doesn’t have the cultural outlet that Rodriguez and other queer vaqueros crave, and the straight paisa bars typically found in South LA or the Eastside aren’t welcoming either.

“Being gay and vaquero – there’s a lot of criticism that comes with that, even from our own homeland [because of homophobia]. So Tempo is this little place where we can be ourselves because outside of that we’re different people,” Rodriguez explains, rolling up his white pants over his shin-high boots.

Originally from the Mexican state of Guerrero, Rodriguez has been a regular at Club Tempo since arriving in the United States 15 years ago. He recently started capturing some of his vaquero outings at the club on ICT Tac. It’s a way for him to highlight his different tejanas and his outlook on the world.

Rodriguez takes one last look in the mirror as his friends Dario Clayton and Avery Gutierrez arrive at his home in South Los Angeles. Caliber 50 “Corrido de Juanito” plays on TV, a painful accordion-rich song about not being able to return to Mexico but still wearing tejana and botas in the United States Rodriguez and Gutierrez clink their cans of Mike’s Hard Lemonade as Clayton prepares to drive the trio in Hollywood.

It is a little before 9 p.m. when the group arrives at 5520 Santa Monica Blvd. The front parking lot of Club Tempo is filled with piles of hay and red, white and green balloons. The trio can hear live banda music for this tardeada, a social dance that traditionally takes place on Sunday afternoons and lasts until 3 a.m. as they each pay the $13 cover charge and go through security. .

Patrons dance to club music on the second floor of Club Tempo.

Patrons dance to club music on the second floor of Club Tempo.

(JJ Geiger / For The Time)

Cowboy boots on the dance floor

The cowboy boots of Luis Mora and Antonio Rodriguez on the dance floor.

(JJ Geiger / For The Time)

The first stop is the bar. Rodriguez buys his friends a round of tequila shots. The band plays norteños, a genre of regional Mexican music that includes bass guitar, bajo sexto, drums, and sometimes saxophone. Accordion frequency and rhythm fill the intimate dance floor.

All eyes are on an arm-in-arm pair of vaqueros as they hit the ground with their boots to the beat of the catchy song “La Yaquesita.” Traditionally, men and women dance to norteño and banda music in pairs. The men take the lead and the women follow. However, tradition doesn’t matter at Club Tempo, as the men dance with the men and anyone can take the lead. The dance floor gets crowded as more and more guys show up in the tejanas.

James Ventura, despite not wearing tejana or boots, says he feels a personal connection to the club. The 27-year-old, dressed in a black shirt and dark trousers, grew up just down the street.

He remembers seeing vaqueros queuing outside when he was a child. Now, as an adult, Club Tempo allows him to tap into his queer Mexican identity. Ventura stands by the dance floor as pairs of vaqueros dance together.

Side-by-side photos, one a close-up of a patron's cross necklace on a hairy chest;  and two cowboys dancing together.

Closeup of a patronal cross necklace, left; two cowboys dance together on the first floor with the live band.

(JJ Geiger / For The Time)

Rodriguez is greeted by familiar faces as he heads upstairs with his friends. “I like to say hello to everyone because I’ve known them for a long time. Every Sunday it’s the same people,” Rodriguez says as he hugs and chats with other vaqueros.

One of them is Luis Mora. Rodriguez and Mora worked together recently as extras on a upcoming short film called “El Paisa”. Written and directed by Daniel Eduvijes Carrera, the film follows a gay vaquero romance in Los Angeles. The two friends were spotted by Carrera at Club Tempo.

Mora wears a white tejana with a face full of makeup, including shimmering, smoky eyes and long eyelashes. He wears a sparkling jacket and a silver stud in his left ear; diamonds hang to his right. He is holding a shiny silver pouch as he drinks a Modelo.

Luis Mora wears red lipstick, smoky eyeshadow, sparkly earring and white tejana

“It’s my style,” says Luis Mora, although others criticize his makeup and clothes.

(JJ Geiger / For The Time)

“They [other vaqueros] are going to criticize me and ask me why I look like that. To take off my tejana, shave my beard, that only real men can be vaqueros. But that’s my style,” Mora tells Rodriguez as he takes a sip of his beer.

“I love it, amiga,” Rodriguez replies.

It’s now 10:45 p.m. and the group of four head to the upstairs dance floor, which plays Latin pop, reggaeton and cumbia. Bar manager Miguel Vallejo hands them Modelos with cheers. They stop dancing as a drag queen takes the stage, cracking jokes in Spanish. The room fills with laughter.

Shortly after, Rodriguez signals his friends to go to the terrace. The vaqueros are lounging outside, sitting and talking. A vendor sells aguas frescas, takis and other Mexican snacks. As midnight approaches, Rodriguez takes a deep breath of fresh air. He looks around with a subtle smile.

“It’s the only place I can come and dance to banda or cumbias or whatever and for one night out of the week my world is music. I don’t have to change.

His friends cheer him on with their Modelos and go inside to dance once more.

A man in white pants, a flowered shirt and a cowboy hat dances alone on a club dance floor.

Antonio Rodriguez dances with the live band on the first floor of Club Tempo.

(JJ Geiger / For The Time)

A Graduate Student’s Guide to Group Fitness Mon, 24 Oct 2022 02:56:00 +0000

When I told professors, friends, and colleagues that I was going to graduate school, I received an abundance of comments warning me that graduate school would be the most unhealthy time of my life. Knowledge is power, and armed with these warnings, I was inspired to try exercising regularly for the first time in my life.

However, it took me a semester or two before I could achieve that goal. My friends from grad school would take me for a run at Dillon Gym at 6 a.m., and because I’m someone who’s already pretended to fall down the stairs to avoid PE in high school, I balked. I loved group fitness as an undergrad, but had reservations about going there as a graduate student. Everyone was going to be younger and better than me! (Spoiler: nobody cares.) I would feel like an intruder and stand out! (Hint: Unless you’re wearing a grad student shirt, no one can tell you’re a graduate student.) I’ll bump into my students! (Okay, this one happened.)

There are many reasons to attend group fitness classes offered by Campus Rec. Above all, they are fun and free for students. Because group fitness classes take place at a set time, they add some structure to your life, which is especially important in life after the general exam. I also found, especially in my early days, that these courses provided an accountability mechanism. The gym can be daunting and group classes are a great introduction to fitness.

I used to hide in the back, but now I’m proudly up front. So grab some tennis shoes and your best athleisures, because no matter your interest or fitness level, I can assure you there’s a group fitness class for you.

Disclaimer: I have not been able to review 100% of the group fitness classes offered. I have to write my thesis sometimes.


This was my very first group fitness class at Princeton. An undergrad friend was an instructor and invited me to his class, and I was hooked. It’s the ultimate choose-your-own adventure: you can choose from a range of class times and weights. You hit all the major muscle groups doing exercises like squats, chest presses, push-ups, rows, and overhead presses. This class was my very first exposure to any kind of activity with weights or dumbbells. I’m still not convinced what a pectoral is, but I’m pretty sure I felt them for the first time in this class. Focus on your form, go at your own pace and weight, and if you have any questions you can always ask.

Pro tip: BodyPump is a different type of exercise than traditional strength training. BodyPump doesn’t care if you can squat your body weight, it will always be difficult.

body to body

This is a great class to take away any frustration with research or the world. It is choreographed mixed martial arts. It’s also one of the most intense cardio workouts out there. If you are about to go, go on a Saturday morning. The class is generally less crowded, which means I’m less concerned about kicking someone, a recurring nightmare of mine.

Pro Tip: You may not do jumps. Or the kicks. Or the jump kicks. My knees have suffered enough.

305 Fitness

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Where’s the best dancing in Princeton? Tuesdays at 5 p.m. with Ashlee or Dr. Shaw (depending on how you know her, as she shows up at the start of the session). Whether that’s a statement about the quality of Princeton’s nightlife or the quality of 305 Fitness is up to you. You’ll sparkle, shake, smile and strike a pose to the latest hip hop, R&B, pop and Latin hits. If Body Combat makes me feel like a badass, 305 makes me feel like a diva.

Pro tip: After four years, I’m only a little better at dancing. You can enjoy something even if you’re not good at it.

Core and BodyCombat

If doing an hour of something intimidates you, do two 25-minute sessions of something!

Pro Tip: Either way, the middle part never gets easier. Build. This. Stop.

HIIT strength

Marina got me through 2020. She streamed the class and a socially distant group of us as we tracked down the Lakeside basketball court or sometimes on top of the Lakeside parking lot. What is unique about this class is that Marina does her own routine, and every week is different. It’s also hands down the toughest group class I’ve ever taken at Princeton. But don’t let that put you off if you’re a beginner. Marina provides great modifications for all skill levels. You can go at your own pace, and each week you’ll come away with a sense of accomplishment or relief (probably both).

Pro tip: you can do it! Believe in yourself.

Barre/Pilates: My primary engagement with these classes was through Zoom. Campus Rec maintains a library of these recorded courses (NetID login required), which helps on days when you may not want to leave your apartment. Barre and Pilates are both full body workouts. Unlike some of the other classes, these workouts are low impact. In my opinion, they are also quieter. I have never heard the bass drop in a Pilates class.

Pro tip: You might want your own equipment – ​​weights, bands, yoga boxes – for some of the virtual workouts.

Zumba : While Body Pump was my very first group fitness class at Princeton, Zumba was my first group fitness class. Zumba is a tour of music and dance styles around the world, with a focus on Latin America. You will do salsa, cha cha and samba. The Zumba soundtrack is definitely one of my favorites.

Pro tip: Zumba will usually teach you the steps and provide you with more water breaks. It’s a great introduction to a group lesson.

Yoga: I must confess that I am not a yoga person. But for those of you who are, yoga in many different styles is offered almost every day. That being said, I show up maybe once a semester for events like Earth Day Yoga.

Pro Tip: Keep Your Eyes Open and Your Emails Open for Special Yoga Events, Like This Semester yoga series at the Lawrence Apartments.

Cycle: I tried to do my own research on spin classes, but you got register and the stains leave quickly. I don’t need the stress of setting alarms to sign up for things. But here a nice feature from last year about instructor Caroline Kirby ’23.

Pro tip: Full disclosure, I first heard about the spin class via the “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt” TV series.

Campus Rec offers a variety of other options. For instance, instruction course teach you a special skill like ice skating or boxing, or personal training.

If you are a team player, there is intramural sports. In a past life, I played ice hockey. Alas, the games start after I go to bed. If you want a little more intensity, you can also join or try club sports. Most teams are welcoming and enthusiastic about welcoming new members. It’s a great way to learn a new skill. Plus, as someone whose main job is to stare at a computer alone all day, it’s a great way to build camaraderie, collaboration, and connection.

Emily Miller is a fifth-year doctoral candidate in demographic studies and social policy in Palisade, Colorado, and contributing editor to The Prospect at the “Prince.” She can be reached at

New pop-up Latin American food business opens in former Atrium Café Thu, 20 Oct 2022 19:35:06 +0000

Grandma’s Kitchen is just one order away at a new pop-up catering business in the former Atrium Café.

Heather Fagan opened Doña Marina’s, which serves Latin American cuisine, at the Port Huron location at 1519 Military St. Thursday. Fagan said she hopes the business will be open for takeout orders at least twice a week. Dates and times will be announced on the company’s Facebook page at Dona Marina’s LLC every week. To order in advance, call (810) 388-8889.

Preparing for the business’ first day of opening on Thursday morning, Fagan rubbed garlic, seasonings and lime juice into raw chicken in the form of a large pot of boiled beans on the stove. . The smell of baked orange pork wafted through the kitchen.

The company was named after Fagan’s grandmother, Marina Morales. Fagan’s favorite memories revolve around her grandmother’s cooking while she stayed with her during summers in Nicaragua. Morales was the best cook in the family, Fagan said, and even sold food she cooked in her own kitchen to friends and restaurants.

Fagan’s mother was visiting the United States from her hometown of Managua, Nicaragua as a young woman when she met Fagan’s father, who is from Port Sanilac but was stationed in California at the time in during his service in the Navy. The couple met, began an international romance, and the rest is history, Fagan said.

Doña Marina owner Heather Fagan prepares grilled chicken to cook during the soft opening of the new take-out restaurant Thursday, October 20, 2022 at the Atrium Kitchen in Port Huron.

Doña Marina’s is a tribute to generations of her family, old and new. Fagan follows her grandmother’s desire to follow her dreams and be the best version of herself. Fagan said she also wants to show her children, Adriana and Nicholas, that they can achieve anything they want.

“(My kids) are like yeah mom, follow your dreams. Like they’re watching me graduate from college. They’ve seen me start a nonprofit (Seed and Soul Society). Now they’re watching me open a restaurant,” Fagan said. “And I hope that by watching me do these things, I can encourage them the same way my grandmother encouraged me, that maybe that not everything will happen in time. you think it’s going to happen, but if you persist, you can achieve anything you want.”