Latin Pop – Mi Tercera Edad Tue, 28 Jun 2022 11:17:59 +0000 en-US hourly 1 Latin Pop – Mi Tercera Edad 32 32 BTS Solo Projects (So Far) – Billboard Tue, 28 Jun 2022 10:38:55 +0000

The BTS members are going solo — but don’t worry, they’re not breaking up.

Just days after the release of their anthology album Evidence – released to celebrate the septet’s ninth anniversary – RM, Jin, Suga, J-Hope, Jimin, V and Jungkook shared in a video posted on June 14 that they plan to take a break from group activities in order to that they can all have time to work on personal and solo projects.

Although the time off gives BTS much-needed time to work on their solo endeavors, the group has already given fans a taste of what they are capable of outside of the group. RM, who is the leader of the group and a member of BTS’s rap line (alongside Suga and J-Hope), was the first to release solo material. In 2015, he released a self-titled mixtape via SoundCloud which contained a total of 11 tracks, some of which sampled songs by J. Cole, Drake, Run the Jewels and more.

Suga followed soon after with the arrival of his August D mixtape in 2016, while J-Hope followed in 2018 with world of hope. (RM released a second mixtape, late 2018, as Suga released his second tape, D-2, in May 2020). Although Jin, Jimin, V, and Jungkook don’t have their own mixtapes, they’ve all released solo tracks over the years, which will likely continue during their time away from the group.

Here are all of BTS’s solo projects and songs – not including cover songs, solo tracks released by (or with members of) BTS, or features of songs by other artists.

23 things to do this month in Greater Palm Springs Sun, 26 Jun 2022 17:00:44 +0000
Discreet comedy show: July, 1st

Agua Caliente Resort Casino Spa at Rancho Mirage features a knockout night with sets by Trevor Wallace, Annie Lederman, Pablo Francisco, Mo Collins, Matt Rife and Paul Elia.

The fabulous four: July 2nd

Play favorites including ‘Can’t Buy Me Love’ and ‘Yesterday’ and find out why the men behind this ultimate Beatles tribute act, appearing at the Agua Caliente Resort Casino Spa, won an Emmy Award for their PBS special, The Fab Four: the ultimate tribute.

Idyllwild Art in the Park: July 2-3 & 23-24

Escape the heat in the quaint mountain community of Idyllwild and browse for handcrafted treasures such as ceramics, jewelry, and woodcarvings.

Rock the park: July 6

On the first Wednesdays, musical performances take over the new park in downtown Palm Springs. This month, discover Brad Ford & Fortunate Son, a tribute to Creedence Clearwater Revival.

Spell: July 8-17

Launched off Broadway in 1971, this musical tackles the life of Jesus Christ through parables and comedic songs by Oscar-winning composer Stephen Schwartz. See it at the Palm Canyon Theater in Palm Springs.

The Carol Burnett Show: July 10 to 31

On Sunday afternoons at the Desert Theatreworks in Indio, local talent performs classic comedy sketches from the beloved 1960s and 1970s TV series.

Bob Log III: July 15

Sequin pants. A full face diving helmet. Pool floats. You know you’re in for a great time with this slide guitarist and one-man band whose songs include “Bubble Strut” and “My Shit Is Perfect.” Don’t miss the illumination of Bob Log III at The Alibi in Palm Springs.

Nancy Wilson’s heart: July 16

Although this version by rock band Heart does not include the two Wilson sisters, Nancy maintains “These Dreams” during her tour, which stops at the Agua Caliente Resort Casino Spa.

Clap your hands and say yeah: July 17

Frontman Alec Ounsworth didn’t shy away from tackling heavy topics like divorce, drug addiction or murder when the band released in 2022, New fragility. Yet, Pitchfork reports, he tackles subjects in an approachable way that feels nostalgic for a bygone era of indie-rock. Hear what’s new live at Pappy & Harriet’s in Pioneertown.

Jerry paper: July 17

Growing up around music led Millennial Lucas Nathan to explore psychedelic folk sounds and experiment with several musical projects. Performing at The Alibi, their character Jerry Paper often walks around in a silk robe and isn’t afraid of the weird.

Gray Gardens: July 20-31

Desert Rose Playhouse in Palm Springs is staging a musical based on the hilarious and heartbreaking story of Jackie Kennedy’s eccentric aunt and cousin Onassis.

Zombies: July 21

If “She’s not here”, she probably did it at Pappy & Harriet’s to fangirl those British rockers who cut their teeth alongside the Beatles.

Christmas in July: July 24

The Roost Lounge in Cathedral City hosts this annual celebration — complete with music, food, drink and a holiday wreath contest — to benefit the local nonprofit Tools for Tomorrow’s free arts literacy program.

NRBQ: July 27

Bob Dylan, Elvis Costello and Keith Richards have considered themselves fans of this group, which has seen a rotating roster since its debut in the mid-1960s. Original member Terry Adams runs this show at Pappy & Harriet’s.

Los Tigres of the North: July 29

The legendary Grammy-winning norteño band, originally founded in Sinaloa, Mexico, brings the hits to Fantasy Springs Resort Casino in Indio.

NRBQ: July 29

If you missed Adams and his bandmates in the High Desert earlier this month — or want to catch up — head to downtown Palm Springs for this show at The Alibi.

Richard Marx: July 30

The contemporary pop-rock singer takes Agua Caliente Resort Casino Spa attendees on a musical journey interspersed with personal stories from four decades in the industry.

Brett Eldredge: July 29

Sing along to country songs like “Somethin’ I’m Good At” and “Drunk on Your Love” as this platinum-selling singer-songwriter takes the stage at Fantasy Springs Resort Casino.

Lake Arrowhead Auto & Motorcycle Show: July 30

Fancy a day trip? Cool off in the charming community of Lake Arrowhead on this free lakeside show hosted by the local Rotary club featuring classic, custom and exotic rides. Stay for lunch in the central area of ​​the village.

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Punk Foodie’s Underground Restaurant Guide June 24-26 Fri, 24 Jun 2022 10:00:00 +0000
Bryan Furman of B’s ​​Cracklin BBQ fame will be joined by a host of top chefs at Stolen Goods’ Sunday Cookout at the Westside Motor Lounge.

On the Punk Foodie Underground Restaurant Calendar this weekend you will find a total of 141 (and counting) underground food events with 62 PTI and 79 OTPs. You can also break down pop-ups by region: Decatur area, West area, West Midwest Zone and Miscellaneous ITPs. For OTP, see East and North-East, Northeast Road, West and North West & South.

For more information and updates, follow us on instagram.

This week there is no central theme for the Underground Food Weekend, but there is indeed plenty to do.

There are a few food-centric festivals taking place worth noting. We at @punkfoodie.atl hold a little Punk Food Festival at @scofflawbeer (on MacArthur) on Saturdays with 8 pop-up chefs offering a wide variety of dishes including Reuben okonomiyaki, Filipino sous vide pork belly, cubanos with Coca-Cola glazed ham and chicken and melted noodle soup among many others options. On Sunday, @biteofkorea organizes O4W Mini Food Fest with @fidelasstreetkitchen (Latin), @coffynpyes (savory pies) and @gorditasatl (Mexican). This is the last Mini Food Fest for BOK, as they “graduate” with their brick and mortar spot opening at Tucker later this summer (yay!), although the festival should be continued by others in the near future.

Also on Sunday, @stolengoodsatl The collective has a Sunday cooking (tagged) in the new event space @westside_motor_lounge with a whole host of awesome chefs appearing, including @bryanfurmanbbq, @chefscotleyinnis and James Beard Award Finalist @cafeclaudia.atl. This event is definitely worth a visit.

Looking for late night snacks from deep within Southeast Asia? @sosofedatl serves Lao cuisine at Little 5 (takeout only) until 3 a.m. on Friday and Saturday nights, while @eatmorekhmer got you covered for the Khmer until 2am if you’re willing to make the trek to Jonesboro.

And here are some pre-orders you should consider:

  • Order meatballs from @soupbelly_atl before 11:30 a.m. on Friday for pick-up on Saturday.
  • Order matcha black sesame s’more cookie sandwiches or indulgent rice krispie treats from @kaisubakehouse Friday for weekend pickup.
  • Order a BBQ from @secretpintbbq before June 28e for the 4th of julye Retrieve
  • Order Vietnamese spicy fried chicken and banh mi family meal with lots of prep by June 30e for July 3rd Retrieve.

To finish, make a donation at @flavorforward.atl for a chance to win one of over 40 food prizes from chefs and restaurants like Kamayan, Secret Pint, The Lawrence and Soup Belly. It’s good food for a good cause. 100% of the money raised will be used to buy ingredients for the chefs to prepare meals that will be delivered to Free99Fridge community refrigerators. See here to see all prices.

This weekend’s deets:


Jonesboro: Eat More Khmer (Khmer street food)

2:00 p.m. – 12:00 a.m. | @eatmorekhmer

Oakhurst: gweilo dumplings @gweilodumplings

3:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. | @sceptrebeer

West End: Heaps (meat pies, fish & chips & comfort) & Roger’s Rice Bowls @heapsatl

5:00 p.m. | @boggssocial

EAV: Ruki’s Kitchen (Ethiopian) @rukikitchenatl

6:00 p.m. – 9:30 p.m. |@qcommunityeav


Avondale Estates: Secret BBQ with a Pint @secretpintbbq

All day | @petitecottagebrasserie

Oakhurst: gweilo dumplings @gweilodumplings

12:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. | @sceptrebeer

EAV: Viv’s Vegan Kitchen (vegan) @vivsvegankitchen

12:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. | @qcommunityeav

West Midtown: Punk Foodie Fest with many chefs

12:00 | @scofflawbeer


Avondale Estates: Leftie Lee’s (globally inspired baked goods and sandwiches) @leftielees

1:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. | @petitecottagebrasserie

BuHi: KAMAYAN ATLANTA (Filipino) (with ticket)

1:00 p.m. | @kamayan_atl

Jonesboro: Eat More Khmer (Khmer street food)

2:00 p.m. – 12:00 a.m. | @eatmorekhmer

EAV: Ruki’s Kitchen (Ethiopian) @rukikitchenatl

6:00 p.m. – 9:30 p.m. | @qcommunityeav

BuHi: KAMAYAN ATLANTA (Filipino) (with ticket)

6:00 p.m. | @kamayan_atl


O4W: Street Food Mini Festival with Bite of Korea @biteofkorea

11:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. | @amanoatl

Oakhurst: gweilo dumplings @gweilodumplings

12:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. | @sceptrebeer

Westside: Stolen Goods Collective Sunday Cookout (with ticket) @stolengoodsatl

5:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. | @westside_motor_lounge

]]> [CELEB] KARD Looks To ‘Re:’ Establish Their Place As Mixed Kings And Queens Of K-pop Wed, 22 Jun 2022 08:48:34 +0000

KARD is promoting their new EP “Re:” and performing their title track “Ring The Alarm” on Wednesday at a showcase event in western Seoul. From left to right: BM, Jeon Somin, Jeon Jiwoo and J.seph [NEWS1]

KARD are reestablishing their reputation as one of K-pop’s top co-ed groups with their latest EP “Re:” released on Wednesday.

It’s been a year and 10 months since the EP “Way with Words” (2020), the last time the band released music as a whole. During this time, Member J.seph enlisted and completed his mandatory military service.

The cover of KARD's latest EP

The cover of KARD’s latest EP “Re:” [DSP MEDIA]

During a showcase on Wednesday, hours before the EP’s release, the band opened up about J.seph’s absence, saying how they miss him so much that they keep in touch as much as possible.

“We always talked for at least an hour on the phone and wrote tons of letters to her,” Jeon Somin said.

“I really enjoyed how the members stayed on the phone with me and listened to what I had to say, since I’m a talkative person,” J.seph said.

KARD promotes their new EP

KARD is promoting their new EP “Re:” and performing their title track “Ring The Alarm” on Wednesday at a showcase event in western Seoul. [NEWS1]

KARD also performed lead track “Ring The Alarm,” which is a pop-dance Moombahton song with a vibe that just screams summer.

The EP contains five other tracks: “Break Down”, “Good Love” and “Whip!” featuring instrumental versions of “Break Down” and “Ring The Alarm”.

“Good Love” is an English song.

A conceptual photo for

A concept photo for “Re:” [DSP MEDIA]

All four KARD members – Jeon Somin, Jeon Jiwoo, BM, and J.seph – participated in producing the songs. “Break Down” was written by all four members, and BM participated in writing lyrics for all songs.

“The prefix ‘re’, when added to the beginning of a verb, means ‘to redo’, and we finally got back on stage after almost two years,” BM said. “We wanted to freshen up and prove that we still had a passion for singing and performing on stage, so we thought ‘Re:’ would be the perfect title for the album.”

“This album is by far my favorite,” said J.seph. “The hair, the makeup, the performance – I hope all of our fans enjoy it as much as I do.”

The group agreed that the members had fun making the album and that it was “full of good vibes”.

A conceptual photo for

A concept photo for “Re:” [DSP MEDIA]

“We wanted to do something that could show what is ours,” J.seph said. “So we kept giving each other new ideas and we got lots of praise and compliments. We feel like we’ve really grown as a group and have great teamwork.

When asked what was KARD’s biggest advantage as a group, BM replied that because each member had different singing tones, it helped broaden their musical spectrum.

The group will embark on another “2022 Wild KARD In Latin America” ​​world tour at the end of July, in cities like Mexico City and Buenos Aires, for which the members have expressed their high expectations.

“We had so much fun making this album and realized how happy we were making music together and performing as a group,” Jeon Somin said. “We really hope to create precious memories with this album.”

KARD promotes their new EP

KARD is promoting their new EP “Re:” and performing their title track “Ring The Alarm” on Wednesday at a showcase event in western Seoul. [NEWS1]

KARD is a rare type of K-pop act as it is one of the very few active co-ed groups. He officially debuted in 2017 with the EP “Hola Hola”. In accordance with their name, each member has their own combination of representative cards – BM is a club, J.seph is a spade, Jeon Somin is a heart, and Jeon Jiwoo is a diamond.

KARD is particularly popular in South America and is best known for songs like “Oh NaNa” (2016), “Don’t Recall” (2017), “Bomb Bomb” (2019), and “Red Moon” (2020).

KARD's Jeon Somin [DSP MEDIA]

KARD’s Jeon Somin [DSP MEDIA]

Jeon Somin

Date of Birth: August 22, 1996
Zodiac sign: Leo
Place of birth: Seoul
Beginning: 2012 as a member of girl group Puretty
Agency: DSP Media

Singer Jeon Somin debuted in 2012 as a member of Puretty, which was a girl group under DSP Media that released music in Japan. The group disbanded after two years, and Jeon appeared on MBC’s reality TV audition show “Kara Project” (2014), in which seven female trainees competed to become a new member of the girl group. Kara. Jeon did not make the final, but debuted as the leader of DSP Media’s new girl group April in August 2015. Jeon left April later that year due to “concerns re [her] future,” then in July 2017, she debuted again as a member of co-ed group KARD.

This information was confirmed by DSP Media on June 21, 2022.

BY SHIN MIN-HEE [] ]]> Get your first look at Krystina Alabado, KC Dela Cruz, Angelica Maria Beliard and more in pre-Broadway KISS MY AZTEC! at the Hartford stage Mon, 20 Jun 2022 14:17:33 +0000

BroadwayWorld has a first look at the East Coast premiere of the hilarious Kiss My Aztec! An upbeat musical, Kiss My Aztec! presents a book by a comedy legend John Leguizamo and acclaimed director Tony Taccone; music by Benjamin Velez; words of David Camp, Leguizamo and Vélez; and choreography of Mayte Natalio. This pre-Broadway production, directed by Tony Tacconeruns through June 26 at the Tony Award-winning theater located at 50 Church Street in downtown Hartford.

From comedy legend John Leguizamo and director Tony Taccone comes an irreverent new musical loosely based on Latin American history… very loosely! Travel to the 16th century when a group of Aztecs led the resistance against the Spanish invaders. With a fierce female warrior at the helm and a not-so-fierce clown in tow, they mount a rambling attack – and tangle with royalty, colonizers, pop stars and puppets! With music and lyrics by Benjamin Velez and David Campthe musical fusion of salsa, gospel, hip-hop, funk and merengue of Kiss My Aztec! is a jubilant and hilarious celebration of Hispanic and Latin culture.

The cast includes Kristina Alabado (Broadway: Mean Girls, American Idiot; TV: Disney’s Better Nate Than Ever), Angelique Maria Beliard (Broadway: Summer: The Donna Summer Musical, On Your Feet), KC Dela Cruz (Kiss My Aztec! for La Jolla Playhouse, Smokey Joe’s Cafe with Tri-Valley Repertory), Chad Carstarphen (Kiss My Aztec! for Berkeley Rep/La Jolla Playhouse, In the Heights National Tour), Nicholas Caycedo (Regional: In the Heights for Seacoast Repertory, Little Shop of Horrors for Creede Repertory Theatre), Eddie Cooper (Off-Broadway: The Cradle Will Rock, This Ain’t No Disco), Richard Ruiz Henry (Off-Broadway: The Streets of New York; National Tour: Urinetown, Sweet Charity), Z Infanta (Off-Broadway: Fairycakes; Regional: Kiss My Aztec! at Berkeley Rep/La Jolla Playhouse), Jesus E. Martinez (Movie: In the Heights; Regional: Kiss My Aztec! at Berkeley Rep/La Jolla Playhouse), Maria Christina Oliveras (Broadway: Amelie; Off-Broadway: Here Lies Love), Joel Perez (Broadway: Fun Home; Movie: Tick, Tick…Boom!), Geena Quintos (Broadway: Miss Saigon; Off-Broadway: Emojiland), Daniela Rodrigo (Regional: Heathers for Gatehouse Theater Company, Children Will Listen at the Hollywood Bowl), Desiree Rodriguez (TV: Orange is the New Black; Regional: Kiss My Aztec! at Berkeley Rep/La Jolla Playhouse), and Matt Saldivar (Broadway: Bernhardt/Hamlet, Junk, Honeymoon in Vegas).

The production team includes a scenic and costume designer Clint Ramos (stage design for Slave Play on Broadway; costume design for the film Respect with Jennifer Hudson); lighting designer Alexander V. Nichols (Broadway: Latin History for Morons, Hugh Jackman Back on Broadway); Sound designers Jessica Paz (Broadway: co-design of Hadestown; Public Theater at the Delacorte: Coriolanus, Much Ado About Nothing) and Lake Beth (Regional: Selling Kabul and Ghosts for Williamstown Theater Festival); Hair and wig designer Charles G. LaPointe (Broadway: Beetlejuice, Mr. Saturday Night, MJ – The Musical); production manager Jeff Rodriguez (Broadway: Kiss Me Kate, Thérèse Raquin); music supervisor David Gardos (Broadway: Big Fish; National Tour: In the Heights); Music Director Roberto Sinha (National Tour: Hamilton, Kinky Boots); and puppet maker James Ortiz (The public theater: Disney’s Hercules, just the way you like it). The cast is by Tara Rubin Foundry: Xavier RubianoTHAT’S IT.

The Hartford Stage production of Kiss My Aztec! is produced by special arrangement with Joey Parnes. Kiss my Aztec! was originally commissioned by the Berkeley Repertory Theatre. The world premiere was produced by the Berkeley Repertory Theater and La Jolla Playhouse, made possible by a generous grant from the Roy Cockrum Foundation. Major support for Hartford Stage is provided by raise the curtain Executive Sponsor Stanley Black & Decker, which is also the exclusive production sponsor of Kiss My Aztec!. The Hartford is the opening night presenting sponsor and Travelers is the 2021/2022 season sponsor of Hartford Stage.

Led by Artistic Director Melia Bensussen and Executive Director Cynthia Rider, Hartford Stage’s mission is to enlighten, entertain and educate by creating theatrical works of the highest caliber that have a transformative impact on audiences, the community and its field. Hartford Stage presented the world premieres of the new musical Anastasia; Rear window with Kevin Bacon; Reverb by Matthew Lopez; The Man in a Big Dance Theater Affair with Mikhail Baryshnikov; Breath & Imagination by Daniel Beaty; A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder on Broadway, winner of four 2014 Tony Awards; and Water by the Spoonful by Quiara Alegría Hudes, winner of the 2012 Pulitzer Prize in Drama. , performance opportunities for teens, and acting classes for youth and adults.

]]> ‘Cultural Currency’ Exhibit Begins June 30 at Walnut Creek Sat, 18 Jun 2022 21:55:46 +0000


Opening June 30 at the Bedford Gallery is “Cultural Currency: Contemporary Art from the Riemer Collection.”