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Despacito and less than 51 hit Spanish songs in America

I’m about 5 months behind the rest of the world in learning about one of the contenders for song of the summer this year, “Despacito.” By now you’ve probably already scoured the internet to find out who the lead actress is (2006 Miss Universe Zuleyka Rivera), so there’s really nothing new I can bring to you in that regard. 116 palabras más

Society

The Day the Music Died

“The day the music died” represents the first impactful loss to the world of rock and roll music. Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens and J.P. Richardson (aka The Big Bopper) all tragically lost their lives in a plane crash on February 3, 1959 near Clear Lake, Iowa. 561 palabras más

History

Good Times Great Movies ep 51: La Bamba

In this episode:

While Rock and Roll was all the rage in 1957, High School students Doug and Jamie struggled to book gigs as nobody wanted to hear polka music. 71 palabras más

Podcast

Help! I Can't Stop!

I thought this would be just another morning at home.  Then I stumbled upon the song Guantanamera done on YouTube as part of the Playing For Change… 231 palabras más

Culture

Dancing with God

I know very little about dancing except that you need rhythm and there should be a leader. I notice that our walk with God can be like a dance. 921 palabras más

God

La Bamba: Champaign, Il

After a wonderful Christmas down south in Hegewisch, we are headed further south to the Big Easy. Henna does have a bad cold but the kind folks at Effingham’s Urgent Care assured us she probably will start feeling better soon. 306 palabras más

Along The Mississippi

Minding The Generation Gap

Hi, I’m Emily. And I’m a millennial.  (Hiiiii, Emily.)

I’ve been a closet millennial for most of my life, which is a curious thing, because that’s not really something you can be in the closet about. 774 palabras más

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