Conversacion con el productor de peliculas y actor Orestes Matecena acerca del proyecto Abril1, 2014 a las 12:00PM, derechos humanos y el camino hacia la libertad para Cuba.
Cubano, la libertad de Cuba depende de ti! Dale la noticia a tu familia en Cuba para que sepan lo que tienen que hacer. Pueden hacer dos cosas buenas:
Tirarse para la calle o quedarse en sus casas sin salir. Paro general y Desobediencia Civil en Cuba este Martes, 1ro de Abril a las 12PM. como un acto o proceso de oposición pública a la política de un gobierno ostil como el que impera en nuestra patria. Unanse, sean activos en el proceso y el camino hacia la libertad en Cuba.
Falta un dia, Ayuda que se sepa en Cuba, inventa como! Corre la voz.
Huber Matos (26 November 1918 – 27 February 2014) was a Cuban dissident activist and writer. Previously, he had been a revolutionary who assisted Fidel Castro, Che Guevara and other members of the 26th of July Movement (M-26-7) in successfully overthrowing the dictatorship of Fulgencio Batista as part of the Cuban Revolution. Matos had opposed Batista since the general’s effective coup in 1952, which he regarded as unconstitutional, but became increasingly critical of the movement’s shift towards Marxist principles, and closening ties with leaders of the Communist Party of Cuba (PCC). Convicted of “treason and sedition” by the new Castro regime, he would spend 20 years in prison (1959–1979) before being released in 1979.
Celebrating Life in Union, narrated by Andy Garcia is a one-hour documentary about a group of cuban former political prisoners who fought with Fidel Castro, and later after Huber Matos, the third high ranking officer of the Fidel Castro revolution resigned, these men fought against Fidel Castro and were jailed, abuse and tortured.
Producer of Celebrating Life in Union, Gladys Bensimon shares the similarities of what occured in Cuba 1959 and the atrocieties the Venezuelan people are undergoing right now.
14 months after Hailey Dunn’s disappearance from Colorado City, then 13-year-old vanished from the small town in December 2010.
Since then authorities and searchers have been trying to track her down. Billy, her mother and her boyfriend, the only named suspect in the case, have since moved out of the area.
Law enforcement does not appear to be any closer to finding the missing teen.
Also the case of CORTNEY LYN CLAYTON– The unsolved murder of Cortney Lyn Clayton, 7, in 1988, began with her abduction Sept. 2 of that year around 8:45 p.m. The Stamford girl had walked to a little store a block from home to buy a soft drink. Clayton’s body was found in March 1989 by a hunter on a lease near Moran in Shackelford County. By then, there was little evidence at the scene. Her skeletal remains were positively identified in April 1989.
On Sept. 6, 1981, a 3-year-old Breckenridge girl was reported missing. Investigators agreed that a local man, known to the family, probably was the culprit.
Burton was reported missing by a baby sitter, a 12-year-old neighbor and friend staying with Ryan and her brother while parents Bud and Helen Burton were away for the weekend. The toddler was reported missing around 9 a.m. The girl’s body was not discovered until June 14, 1984, buried near a golf course on the outskirts of Breckenridge, according to Reporter-News archives.
Co Host: Monica Rosales, Executive Director of DOCMIAMI.
FilmmakerSheldon Schiffer, befriends several Havaneros whose relationship with the wall provides meaning and mental subsistence in very different ways. With a 16mm Arriflex camera of a nostalgic vintage, Schiffer invites his subjects to compose a portrait of their most meaningful view on the Malecon – one that symbolizes their station in life, both personally and politically. Each of his subjects, a poet-intellectual, a musician, two prostitutes, an aging historian, and three young students with time on their hands, each connect their personal ambitions and attitudes toward Cuba as they collaborate with the filmmaker to create a cinematic ‘portrait’ of the seawall, and ultimately one of themselves.
When Las Vegas Showgirl and Former NFL Cheerleader Debbie Flores Narvaezmysteriously disappeared on December 12, 2010, her family knew Debbie was in trouble. The following week her sister Celeste made arrangements to fly to Las Vegas and begin searching for Debbie.
Celeste spent Christmas and New Year away from her young children, never losing hope of finding her sister alive. She returned home to see and hug her kids with the idea of returning to Vegas and continue the search when she received word that her sister had been murdered.
The death of a loved one is considered one of our most painful experiences in life and when a life is cut short with great violence and cruelty we want to know the spirit is at peace. Celeste Flores Narvaez feels her sister’s spirit is around her but wants reassurance from Psychic Gale St John about supernatural activity in her home.
NELSON CORREA LEADER AND BASS PLAYER. MIGUELITO MARTIN LEAD VOCALS AND PERCUSSION, JACKIE MOLINARY LEAD VOCALS, DANNY JIMENEZ LEAD GUITAR AND VOCALS, JOSE (PEPE) ESKERT ON KEY BOARDS, ALBERT QUINTANA ON DRUMS. PAST MANTRAP MEMBERS THAT RECORDED THE SONGS ON OUR MY SPACE PLAYER ARE: JOE RUBIO AKA “TITO” ON KEYBOARDS AND LEAD VOCALS ON “BEWARE” AND “DIAS COMO HOY” AND RAUL RODRIGUEZ ON DRUMS AND LEAD VOCALS ON “NEVER CAN SAY GOODBYE” AND “DON’T LET THE SUN CATCH YOU CRYING”. SOUND ENGINEERING AND MASTER AUDIO MIX BY RAUL RODRIGUEZ. SONGS RECORDED AT FIG STUDIOS IN MIAMI, FLORIDA UNDER THE DIRECTION OF RAUL RODRIGUEZ.Member, X-Club, Miami Music Historian, Cuban Coffee drinker , Believer. About MANTRAP MANTRAP WAS PUT TOGETHER BY A GROUP OF FRIENDS DURING THE EARLY 70’S. WITH THE HELP OF THE POPULAR MIAMI BAND “THE ANTIQUES”, MANTRAP REACHED STARDOM QUICKLY. MANTRAP PLAYED AT LOCAL ROCK DANCES CALLED BACK THEN “OPEN HOUSES” AND DREW VERY LARGE CROWDS. MANTRAP ALSO PERFORMED AT SWEET FIFTEEN PARTIES, SCHOOL DANCES AND PROMS. IN 1975 MANTRAP RECORDED AND RELEASED THEIR FIRST ALBUM SIMPLY TITLED “MANTRAP” THE ALBUM WAS MOSTLY ROCK MUSIC WHICH WAS THE POPULAR STYLE AT THE TIME. THE NEXT COUPLE OF YEARS MANTRAP RELEASED IT’S SECOND ALBUM IN 1977 TITLED “DISCO FANTASY” DISCO MUSIC WAS SWEEPING THE NATION AND MANTRAP SWITCHED STYLES TO PLEASE THEIR FANS. DISCO MUSIC WAS FABULOUS FOR MANTRAP. IT TOOK THEM TO NEW HEIGHTS AND MADE THEM MORE POPULAR THAN OTHER LOCAL BANDS. MANY MUSICIANS HAVE PLAYED FOR MANTRAP THROUGH THE YEARS AND THEY WERE ALL SPECIAL TO THE BAND AND IT’S SUCCESS. IN 2008 MANTRAP RELEASED THREE SONGS FROM THE UPCOMING NEW CD TITLED “LOST MEMORIES” WHICH CONTINUES TO BE A HUGE SUCCESS ON YOUTUBE. MORE SONGS WILL BE RELEASED SOON AND THE CD WILL BECOME AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE TO THE PUBLIC.