Hector chats with writer and director Alberto Ferreras about the various facets of Latinoness, Alberto’s childhood as a Spaniard growing up in Venezuela, and photographing the pigeons on his window ledge.
America is like a bully that trips you and call YOU the bully
Hector chats with Jordana Timerman, a freelance reporter and public policy researcher based in Buenos Aires, and the editor of Latin America Daily Briefing
What it’s like to be Venezuela.
The President went down to Florida on Monday to tell more lies.
Hector’s buddy Andrew Silva returns to chat about all that’s happening in the world — which is a lot, maybe too much.
“It’s probably the 4th or 5th year we’ve played this concert and we’re committed to Un Mundo Sin Mordaza ’s work. It’s an uncensored protest for the situation Venezuela is currently going through.”
“I’ve chosen these two words to symbolize the merging of two different things: the strength of the traditional Afro-Venezuelan rhythms with the sophisticated harmonic and lyrical content of the songs.”