Comfortable in Her “Snakeskin”

Sara Perez, a multi-instrumentalist and music teacher, is getting geared up to perform in the Tennessee Williams-inspired dance drama “Snakeskin,” which debuts May 15-17 at UCSD’s Forum Theater. A year ago, the Baltimore-raised musician was invited by composer Krishan Oberoi to become a member of Sacra/Profana, a professional choral organization popularly known as San Diego’s go-to […]

Michael Peña: “Respect the Ñ”

Michael Peña, star of the Diego Luna’s biopic “Cesar Chavez,” is really annoyed that news outlets have been publishing his name without the ñ. How can anyone blame him? There’s a huge difference between PEN-A and PEN-YAH. The actor, who plays labor leader César Chávez in the upcoming movie César Chávez, made this awesome video about the […]

S.D. Latino Film Festival’s Top 3 Music Docs

The San Diego Latino Film Festival (SDLFF) in now in its remarkable 21st year, and is returning with the third installment of Documania!, showcasing the best in non-fiction films by some of today’s brightest Latino filmmakers. Local musicians can earn points for themselves by watching enriching music documentaries and get in on the networking action […]

GNSF! Gina Rodriguez Rips Mics on Film

Source: PODER MAGAZINE by Dita Quiñones Gina Rodriguez derives motivation from an internal dialog running through her mind: “What do you mean the shade of my skin says ‘I’m not capable of telling a story?’” The Puerto Rican actress used that me-against-the-world attitude to win over a dismissive New York University casting director for the […]

GNSF! [LOL EPISODE] King Bachelor’s Pad ‘Hot Zombie’

The latest installment to L.A. comedian King Bach’s webisode series “King Bachelor’s Pad” is so ridiculously well-done it’s a wonder why it’s not been picked up by Comedy Central. You got legitimate actors, stunt coordination, and crazy camera movements, and hilarious writing. The best part: White protagonist actually dies first. Sorry, for the spoiler alert, […]