Pitbull wants to make education fun again—and he’s doing it with his new charter school opening up in Miami this week. “What happens is education is no longer sexy, it’s no longer cool. I want to help put together a curriculum…where it does entertain them and engage them,” he explains.
Award-winning teen graffiti artist Israel Hernandez died after being tasered by police, and now his family wants answers. “Art is nothing to be killed for,” says his sister.
He raps about representing Miami’s Cuban community and in a new track released Sunday, Pitbull chimed in about Jay-Z and Beyoncé’s controversial trip to Cuba, singing lyrics that shed some light on the tumultuous history between the island nation and the United States.
It’s 10 a.m. and while most people are just getting settled in at work, Lazaro Mendez, most commonly known as DJ Laz, has finished his Miami radio morning show and is onto his second show of the day.
There is no need to panic. Although new faces have been seen co-hosting the 50-year-old international television sensation Univision’s “Sabado Gigante,” Don Francisco says he is not retiring — at least not yet.
Lazaro Arbos is a Cuban boy from Naples, Florida with a really big dream: he wants to be the country’s next “American Idol.”
Call it the great Rubio/Pitbull debate.
Marco Rubio sat down for an interview with GQ, which featured a more off-the-cuff conversation than the usual buttoned-up talking points you might expect from the Florida Senator and rumored 2016 White House hopeful.
During the interview, he professed being a fan of the late-hardcore rapper Tupac and also opined on Pitbull’s music.
The “Real Housewives” franchise is known for its deliciously drama-filled episodes featuring cat fights and table-flipping (alongside Chanel handbags and luxurious homes) but “Real Housewives of Miami” star Karent Sierra isn’t about adding to the heat that Miami is famous for.