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Sundance Now Unveils March 2021 TV & Movie Slate

Sundance Now Unveils March 2021 TV & Movie Slate Sundance Now has revealed their March 2021 slate, including brand new content and highly anticipated returning series such as the premiere of the three-part true-crime docuseries Secrets of a Psychopath; the return of the beloved Swedish drama The Restaurant, and Season 2 of the hilarious Brit-com Back from double-Emmy winning writer Simon Blackwell (Veep, Avenue 5) and starring beloved Peep Show duo David Mitchell and Robert Webb. ...
Tags: UK, England, TV, London, Downton Abbey, Movies, Sweden, Australia, France, China, Los Angeles, Royal Air Force, TV News, Streaming, Brian, Damon Albarn


Supergirl’s Melissa Benoist Supports Sasha Calle’s Flash Movie Casting

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Supergirl’s Melissa Benoist supports Sasha Calle’s The Flash movie casting Last Friday, it has been announced that Young and the Restless star Sasha Calle has officially been cast in the long-awaited The Flash film as the DCEU’s Supergirl, making her the first Latina actress to take on the role. Following Calle’s casting, the Arrowverse’s very own Girl of Steel Melissa Benoist soon took to Instagram to show her support for the young actress’ upcoming DCEU debut by welcomi...
Tags: Movies, Instagram, Ben Affleck, TV News, Justice League, Batman, Warner Bros, Cw, Michael Keaton, Supergirl, Miller, Ezra Miller, Calle, Johns, WB, Zack Snyder


Sasha Calle Joins ‘The Flash’ as the DC Film Universe’s Supergirl

It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s the new Supergirl! Latina actress Sasha Calle has landed the coveted part of the DC Film Universe’s Supergirl, who is set to make her debut in Andy Muschietti‘s The Flash movie opposite Ezra Miller. Deadline reports that Calle beat out 425 other actresses who auditioned to play the part of the Girl of Steel. The Young and the Restless star Sasha Calle is set to make her feature film debut in The Flash as the new Supergirl of Warner Bros.’ DC cinematic universe...
Tags: Movies, Instagram, Casting, Boston, US, Warner Bros, Jason Momoa, Warner Brothers, Supergirl, Miller, Calle, Gal Gadot, Comic Book/Superhero, The-Flash, Warner Bros DC, Dc Films


Everything you should know about tequila and 13 great tequila brands to try, according to experts

The best tequilas can add different flavors to your margaritas. Bodega Taqueria y Tequila Any weekend is a great weekend to open up a new bottle of tequila, whether you're mixing margaritas or tasting it straight.  These tequila experts explain what makes a good bottle — and all the different types for various occasions, including Blanco, Reposado, Anejo, and Extra Anejo. Pure tequila must be produced from the Blue Agave plant that has matured for a minimum of six years and be 100% agave; ...
Tags: New York, Mexico, Life, Alcohol, New York City, Careers, Trends, Strategy, Atlanta, Celebration, Cocktails, Baker, Tequila, Nordic, Reuters, Blanco


Visiting Campeche, Mexico: Things to Do in Campeche and More

I visited Campeche, Mexico, for a weekend getaway from Mérida, and discovered a delightful city: tiny and stately, bright and colorful, filled with interesting things to do, but perfectly sized for a short visit. It’s hard to find places to visit in Mexico that are a little bit off the beaten path, but places you’d still actually want to visit. This is a category that Campeche fulfills particularly well. Campeche is technically on the Yucatán Peninsula, an extremely touristy part of Mexico, bu...
Tags: Mexico, Southeast Asia, Blog, Cities, Unesco, Mexico City, San Jose, Indiana Jones, Gulf of Mexico, Panama, Travel Insurance, Centro, Unesco World Heritage Sites, Chiapas, Yucatan Peninsula, Gulf


Visitante, half of Calle 13, is no more. Meet Cabra.

NEW YORK — Calle 13's Eduardo Cabra is shedding his Visitante persona in a graphic new video that serves as a launch for his solo career and new record label.The artist will now be known simply as Cabra. The debut is not without some bloodshed.In “La Cabra Jala Pal Monte,” filmed pre-pandemic in Argentina and released Friday, a man dressed in black from head to toe and with his face covered cuts Visitante’s throat before taking off his hood to reveal his identity: Cabra himself.“Without Cab...
Tags: New York, News, Entertainment, Argentina, Puerto Rico, San Juan, The Associated Press, Perez, Calle, Vicente Garcia, Visitante, Eduardo Cabra, Cabra, Rene Perez, Sigal Ratner Arias, Meet Cabra


Sprite: Outfits of Pride

Sprite comes back, in the middle of a quarantine, with an action made to encourage the LGBTTTI+ community to be themselves, even this year, in a virtual way. “Outfits of Pride” is a whole digital clothesline with accessories for those who will march in the Pride Parade in Animal Crossing: New Horizons. “We realized that this game has become a safe and free space for the young LGBTTTI+ dur...
Tags: Advertising, Mexico City, Coca Cola, Latam, Calle, Poche, Coca Cola Sprite, Omar Fabián VP, Karen Arreola, LGBTTTI


Cocktail bars in Panama City, Panama

If you’re looking for a place to get away from it all with a drink in hand, consider adding Panama City to your travel bucket list. Residents of the capital city of Panama have a bright outlook on life, and the perennial happy hour and bustling cocktail scene certainly helps. There’s no denying that Panameños are drinking in the good life. Here, you’ll find fine-crafted cocktails — made with ingredients ranging from classic to the more experimental — savored in paradisiacal quarters. These ...
Tags: Travel, New York City, San Francisco, Netflix, Argentina, Salvador Dalí, Don Draper, Indiana Jones, Panama, Havana, Caribbean, Panama City, All, Calle, JW Marriott, Casco Viejo


Tiger At NYC Zoo Tests Positive For Coronavirus

NEW YORK (AP) — A tiger at the Bronx Zoo has tested positive for the new coronavirus, in what is believed to be the first known infection in an animal in the U.S. or a tiger anywhere, federal officials and the zoo said Sunday. This undated photo provided by the Wildlife Conservation Society shows Nadia, a Malayan tiger at the Bronx Zoo in New York. (Julie Larsen Maher/Wildlife Conservation Society via AP) The 4-year-old Malayan tiger named Nadia — and six other tigers and lions that have ...
Tags: Hong Kong, New York, News, Cdc, New York City, Usda, Ap, United States, Paris, Rooney, Centers For Disease Control And Prevention, Nadia, Calle, U S Department of Agriculture, Wildlife Conservation Society, Bronx Zoo


Tiger at New York's Bronx Zoo tests positive for coronavirus

Nadia, the 4-year-old Malayan tiger that tested positive, was screened for the COVID-19 disease after developing a dry cough along with three other tigers and three lions, the Wildlife Conservation Society, which manages the zoo, said in a statement. Calle said they did not know which employee infected the tiger.
Tags: New York, News, Calle, Wildlife Conservation Society, Bronx Zoo


Acorn TV and Sundance Now Unveil April Slates

Acorn TV and Sundance Now unveil April slates As the month of March is drawing to a close, Acorn TV and Sundance Now have unveiled their upcoming slates of programming set to debut in April, with the latter including hits such as the Golden Globe-nominated mockumentary Best In Show and the former featuring the premiere of the David Tennant (Good Omens)-led miniseries Deadwater Fell. RELATED: Acorn TV Offering Extended Free Trial For New Subscribers Full list of titles premiering on Acorn ...
Tags: UK, TV, London, Movies, Supreme Court, Siri, Bbc, Britain, Paris, Arizona, Northern Ireland, New Zealand, TV News, Streaming, Alps, Secret Service


Puerto Ricans Protest in Anger Over Unused Emergency Aid

(SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico) — Hundreds of people joined a protest Thursday organized by Puerto Rican singer René Pérez of Calle 13 fame in a demonstration reminiscent of those that ousted the island’s former governor last year. Anger is growing over emergency aid that until recently sat unused in a warehouse amid ongoing earthquakes. Protesters gathered under the heavy rain at the governor’s mansion as they waved flags and banged on pots, demanding the ouster of Gov. Wanda Vázquez. “This is not...
Tags: News, Supreme Court, Congress, Uncategorized, Donald Trump, St Louis Cardinals, Chicago Cubs, Puerto Rico, Ponce, Calle, Capitol, SAN JUAN Puerto Rico, Ren, Charlie, Vazquez, Yadier Molina


Electro's Sotomayor Merge House and Merengue on "Menéate pa' mí" (premiere)

Certainly, "Menéate pa' mí" was made for an audience in motion. With elements of merengue and house, Sotomayor continues, it bears stylistic resemblances to "legendary bands like Proyecto Uno or Ilegales", but has a freshness all Sotomayor's own. The second single from the album after last year's cumbia-flavored "Quema", "Menéate pa' mi" also sports production work from Eduardo Cabra, better known as pioneering Puerto Rican hip-hop duo Calle 13's Visitante, adding a new layer of expertise to...
Tags: Music, Dance, House, Premiere, Edm, Electro, Calle, Sotomayor, Visitante, Eduardo Cabra, Merengue, Sotomayor Merge House, Proyecto Uno, Origines, Wonderwheel Records


Things to do in Jardín, Colombia

Colombia’s Antioquia region has no shortage of charm. Spanning the country’s northern Andes, Antioquia is home to the sprawling city of Medellín, where many long-term travelers base themselves for an extended stay in the country. Medellín’s young, creative class has started so many businesses that the city has been named one of the world’s most innovative. But at the end of the day, it’s another big city you’ll eventually need a break from. While lots of travelers take a trip to the beaches o...
Tags: Travel, Coffee, Hiking, Colombia, Jesus, Medellin, All, Aeropress, Colombia Travel, Calle, Jardin, Guatape, Antioquia, Jardin Colombia, Cristo Rey, Barna Tanko Shutterstock


Former Reseda man gets time served for mortgage fraud scheme targeting Wells Fargo Bank

LOS ANGELES — A longtime international fugitive who willingly returned to Los Angeles to face federal charges for his role in a multimillion-dollar bank swindle against Wells Fargo was sentenced Monday to the nine months he already served behind bars. Napoleon Olarte, 42, formerly of Reseda, was also ordered by U.S. District Judge Christina Snyder to pay a share of $2.4 million in restitution and serve three years on supervised release, including six months of electronic monitoring. Olarte was ...
Tags: News, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, United States, Venezuela, South America, Uruguay, Local News, Wells Fargo, Northridge, Calle, Coleman, Wells Fargo Bank, Reseda, David McLane


Fun Things To Do In Playa Del Carmen (Riviera Maya)

Things to do in Playa Del Carmen Playa Del Carmen, Mexico Planning to visit Mexico soon? These are my favorite things to do in Playa del Carmen after living here for over a year. Pretty beaches, cenote swimming, Mayan ruins and more. Playa del Carmen is a fun beach town on Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula, part of the classic Riviera Maya route down the coast. Smaller and less touristy than Cancun, it’s becoming a popular travel destination for people looking for travel experiences that are more ...
Tags: Mexico, Things To Do, Google Maps, Travel Guides, Yucatan Peninsula, Avenida, Carmen, Playa Del Carmen, Cancun, Calle, Tulum, Coba, Cozumel, Akumal, Playa, Green Hawksbill


Fun Things To Do In Playa Del Carmen (On The Riviera Maya)

Things to do in Playa Del Carmen Playa Del Carmen, Mexico Planning to visit Mexico soon? These are my favorite things to do in Playa del Carmen after living here for over a year. Pretty beaches, cenote swimming, Mayan ruins and more. Playa del Carmen is a fun beach town on Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula, part of the classic Riviera Maya route down the coast. Smaller and less touristy than Cancun, it’s becoming a popular travel destination for people looking for travel experiences that are more ...
Tags: Mexico, Things To Do, Travel Guides, Yucatan Peninsula, Avenida, Carmen, Playa Del Carmen, Cancun, Calle, Tulum, Coba, Cozumel, Akumal, Playa, Green Hawksbill, Frida Kahlo


Best Things To Do In Playa Del Carmen (On The Riviera Maya)

Things to do in Playa Del Carmen Playa Del Carmen, Mexico Planning to visit Mexico soon? These are my favorite things to do in Playa del Carmen after living here for over a year. Pretty beaches, cenote swimming, Mayan ruins and more. Playa del Carmen is a fun beach town on Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula, part of the classic Riviera Maya route down the coast. Smaller and less touristy than Cancun, it’s becoming a popular travel destination for people looking for travel experiences that are more ...
Tags: Mexico, Things To Do, Travel Guides, Yucatan Peninsula, Avenida, Carmen, Playa Del Carmen, Cancun, Calle, Tulum, Coba, Cozumel, Akumal, Playa, Green Hawksbill, Frida Kahlo


Guide to Colombia's music festivals

T he first thing you’ll likely notice when you get to Colombia is that music is everywhere. In the streets, during meals at restaurants, in homes…even in the people themselves. Colombians love dancing — music is part of our folklore, our character, and our diversity. Each region of the country has its own style of music, and there are dozens of festivals and fairs throughout the year where you can experience them. Latin rhythms, reggaeton, contemporary mixes, pop, rock — you’ll hear it all. He...
Tags: Travel, Europe, Music, Colombia, Unesco, Things To Do, Atlantic, Festivals, Bruno Mars, Cuba, Pacific, Latin America, Caribbean, Bogota, Puerto Rico, All


9 Gay Things to Do in Puerto Rico

Travel blog by Travels of Adam (Hipster Blog) – Travels of Adam (Hipster Blog) - Of all the Caribbean islands, Puerto Rico is one of the most accepting and LGBTQ-friendly destinations. As an unincorporated territory of the United States, same-sex marriage has been legal since 2015. And with over three million inhabitants, Puerto Rico has plenty of gay and lesbian activities, bars, and attractions for visitors to easily discover. There are even two different pride parades each year on the island...
Tags: Travel, Usa, Lgbt, United States, Catholic, Lgbtq, Party, Caribbean, Puerto Rico, San Juan, Gay Travel, Eleanor Roosevelt, Calle, PAUL, SAN JUAN Puerto Rico, Gay Beach


CS Interview: Perry Mattfeld on The CW’s In the Dark Comedy-Drama

CS Interview: Perry Mattfeld on The CW’s In the Dark comedy-drama The CW’s comedy-drama In the Dark follows a young, blind woman, played by Perry Mattfeld, who tries to solve her friend’s murder while navigating through her relationships and self-destructive behavior. ComingSoon.net spoke with Mattfeld about preparing for the new role, what fans can expect in the new series, working with guide dogs, and the series’ diversity both on and offscreen. Check out the interview below and be sure to ...
Tags: TV, Movies, Chicago, Canada, TV News, The Cw, Ben Stiller, Cw, Levi, Calle, Murphy, Perry, LORRI, Tyson, Michael Showalter, ComingSoon


20 Things to See and Do in Bogotá

Posted: 03/25/2019 | March 25th, 2019 The capital of Colombia, Bogotá was the home to the region’s indigenous people, the Muisca, when the Spanish came around plundering gold and resources, and it’s been the country’s main city ever since. Before I went, everyone told me Bogotá wasn’t anything special: dirty, crowded, hard to get around, and lacking the charm of the other big cities in Colombia. “Spend a few days there and move on,” they all said. Well, I spent a few days there — and then a f...
Tags: Travel, Colombia, South America, Carrera, Latin America, Bogota, Carmen, Andes, Calle, Monserrate, La Puerta Falsa, Naples Italy, CRA, Fernando Botero, Simon Bolivar, La Candelaria


US warns Nicolas Maduro his 'days are numbered' as pressure mounts on Venezuelan regime after deadly aid standoff

The United States has warned Nicolas Maduro that his “days are numbered”, ahead of an international meeting in Bogota on Monday with his rival, Juan Guaido, to decide the next steps in the battle for Venezuela. Mike Pompeo, the secretary of state, who will travel to Bogota alongside Vice-President Mike Pence, condemned the weekend's violence and said he was confident Mr Maduro would soon be gone. "Predictions are difficult. Picking exact days is difficult," he said, speaking on a US politica...
Tags: News, Washington, China, US, Colombia, United States, Brazil, Richard Branson, Venezuela, Donald Trump, Nicolás Maduro, San Antonio, Bogota, Puerto Rico, Reuters, Mike Pence


The Fabulous Museum Of Gold (El Museo del Oro) In Bogota, Colombia

The Museum of Gold in Bogota, is one of the most visited tourist sites in Colombia, attracting around a half a million visitors annually. Locally known as the El Museo del Oro, it is a world class facility, with a fabulous assortment of gold artifacts, that remains the largest collection in the world.  It is our 11th stop in the ongoing travel series  A World Far and Away.  The National Geographic magazine published a list of the 16 best history museums in the world, the Museum of Gold, came in ...
Tags: Travel, Colombia, United States, Carrera, Travel Blogs, Bogota, Calle, Bogota Colombia, CRA, Antioquia, Gold Museum, El Museo, Yarumal, Colombia Travel Blog, Museum of Gold, El Museo del Oro


How Bogota is transforming

Visions of Colombia are often shaped by the legend of drug lord Pablo Escobar — fueled by the popular television series Narcos — and stories of FARC-driven violence that, until recently, dominated international headlines. In the heart of Bogota, the country’s capital and the center of years of unrest, a Colombian university is working to change what was once the city’s most violent neighborhood for the better, and with that, the perception the rest of the world has of Colombia. The Externado ...
Tags: Travel, Activism, Colombia, Farc, Carrera, Bogota, Calle, Pablo Escobar, Jaime, La Candelaria, Tim Wenger, Jess Kraft Shutterstock, Bogota barrio tours, Bogota neighborhoods, Bogota safety, Bogota tours


Food Matters: These Artists Are Creating Work That’s About, and Made From, Food

For centuries, it’s been both medium and topic; now, an emerging cohort is challenging what it means to play with the most essential material.
Tags: Food, Art, News, Sculpture, Donald, Sophie, Calle, Dana, Roth, Dieter, Judd, Sherwood, Cooking and Cookbooks


The Artist’s Life: How the Myth of the Hedonistic Artist Lost Its Allure

These days — despite longstanding clichés about art and excess — the creative impulse can actually be more closely tied to asceticism.
Tags: Art, Beyonce, News, Sophie, Calle, Abramović, Marina, Knowles, Books and Literature, Writing and Writers, Poetry and Poets, Moshfegh, Ottessa (1981-


What have the most fashionable destinations been to visit in 2018?

Some cities stand out more than others when it comes to their style score — they are a shopper’s paradise and a fashion blogger’s haven. Together with Frank Wright, experts in male fashion and retailers of black chukka boots, we look at what makes them top destinations and how much it’ll cost you to visit. 5. Florence, Italy With more people discovering the wonderful art museums, colourful architecture and quaint shopping streets, Florence has become more of a trendy city in the past decade. ...
Tags: Boots, Fashion, UK, London, Featured, Online, Austria, Paris, Venice, Florence, Gucci, Islington, Zalando, Calle, Florence Italy, Salvatore Ferragamo


Au Revoir, Souris: Bono, Pharrell, Laurie Anderson Memorialize An Art Giant's Cat

French artist Sophie Calle's cat died in 2014. To mourn him, Calle asked dozens of musicians — including Michael Stipe, The National and Jarvis Cocker — to memorialize him.(Image credit: Bertrand Rindoff Petroff/Getty Images)
Tags: News, Jarvis Cocker, Michael Stipe, Calle, Sophie Calle, Bono Pharrell Laurie Anderson


Island Escape: 26 Songs To Sail Away On That Onda Rosé

You don't need to live in a tropical locale to feel easy, breezy and boozy. Let Calle 13, J Balvin and Kali Uchis soundtrack your Miami mood. (Image credit: Samantha Clark & Eslah Attar/NPR)
Tags: News, Miami, Calle, J Balvin, Kali Uchis