Our Native American Queen Jana Mashonee is a GRAMMY nominated, 7 times Native American Music Award winner. You will love her new CD “New Moon Born” filled with upbeat rhythm and blues music. New Moon is an album of Rebirth, new Beginnings and Reflection. Jana’s voice will captivate and enlightened you. Spend an evening with Jana and connect with your soul.
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Spend Sunday evening R & R with Luis Serrano and Cubanarama. This evening is for Romance and Reminiscing. Serrano will take us back in time to the Richness of his Cuban roots through his amazing life and career today.
Let’s dance through the decades in this 2 hour interview. The first hour will be in English, the second hour will be en Español so that our Latino brothers around the world don’t miss a thing! Luis Serrano, “Our Miami Latin Man”
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Won’t need much, grab a glass of wine or a beer, hold on to your dance partner. Light up your cigar and spend Una Noche with CUBANARAMA at the Cafeterro Patio “LIVE from her PATIO in Minneapolis MN.”
We are going to have a good time!
Want to chat, have something on your mind or just want to say hello….Call 347-843-4717
I love Miami, Ocean Drive, Art Deco buildings. I love Latin Salsa, Merengue, Cha Cha Cha, Rumba and Conga. And the food…. I love the food! The only thing missing in our lives is Tony Mendoza’s Art. When you experience the whimsical, humorous and vibrant colors of the vignettes in Miami’s Latin City Scape you will want to bring Miami and the Latin flavors home!
Born in New York City to Cuban parents, Mendoza grew up in the Little Havana neighborhood of Miami where you can see the impact the Cuban influence has in his art. You can almost hear the sounds of the Rumba music coming out of the buildings, the hustle and bustle of every day life. You can hear the children’s laughter and smell the tobacco and cuban cafe! Come along for sneak peek into this amazing Artist’s work.
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Talking to Ruben Rabasa & Yeni Alvarez the hosts of “DIME QUE TE DIRE” A Motivational Variety Live Broadcast Radio Show and their Producer Jules Santos. Their show is meant to Inspire and Empower the Latino Community. Hop on the magic carpet and ride with us!
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Writer, Poet, Professor, Mother and Wife all wrapped up into a Cuban Caramelo of a woman. Her book “Marielitos, Balseros and other Exiles” is filled with stories that will transport you to the beautiful island of Cuba and back to the USA. The Cuban heart will beat tonight and YOU will feel its rhythm~ Cecilia Rodriguez Milanes
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On the road a car is no match for an 80,000 lb Semi Truck. Please listen in as Joe the Semi Truck driver discusses safety concerns on today’s America’s roads.
“Life on the Road”
Tatyana’s performing career started in High School performing contemporary and Russian Gypsy dances, singing, and acting at school events. After high school she continued dancing by taking formal training in ballroom dance and studying Folkloric Russian dance on her own.
Her belly dance journey began with Tina Shokri in Belarus and continued in Minnesota studying with Toha, Kathy McCurdy, Dina, Fathiem, and Cassandra and performing locally at private parties, festivals, and restaurants. In 2006 she became part of Jawaahir Dance Company. Now Tatyana performs with Jawaahir, continues her solo performances, and teaches classes at The Cassandra School of Belly Dance and community education programs.
Operation Peter Pan was coordinated by the U.S. Government (The US State Dept. The CIA and the Roman Catholic Archdiocese and some Cubans. Cubans feared that the Communist regime would terminate their parental rights, indoctrinate their children and/or ship them to Soviet concentration camps.