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Reyli - Perdóname en Silencio View Series

Difficulty: difficulty - Beginner Beginner

Mexico

Born Reyli Barba Arrocha, this superstar used to sing on the streets of San Jose, Chiapas, before forming the popular group Elefante. In time Barba needed more creative freedom than Elefante could offer, so he struck out on his own to establish himself as a more emotive singer and songwriter.

Carli Muñoz - Niñez - Part 1 View Series View This Episode

Difficulty: difficulty - Intermediate Intermediate

Puerto Rico

Being a rebel is an undeniable part of becoming a rock star, and that’s something that Carli Muñoz couldn’t avoid when he was a kid. He had a head full of music, but little patience for music lessons. Lucky for him, the owner of the instrument store let him pound out his own musical education on the store piano.

Joaquin Sabina - Por El Boulevar De Los Sueños Rotos

Difficulty: difficulty - Intermediate Intermediate

Spain

Spanish musician Joaquin Sabina visits Mexico for this video set during the Mexican Revolution. Sabina, himself a former exile from Franco’s Spain, has released 17 albums over a 29 year career, as well as books of lyrics and poetry.

Fonda Mi Lupita - Encargado - Part 2 View Series View This Episode

Difficulty: difficulty - Adv-Intermediate Adv-Intermediate

Mexico

Maybe business is not as good as it used to be, but there are still plenty of hungry mouths to feed in Fonda La Lupita. As we can see, José, our friend and encargado, works six days a week and doesn’t have much free time on his hands.

Muñeca Brava - 18 - La Apuesta - Part 3 View Series View This Episode

Difficulty: difficulty - Adv-Intermediate Adv-Intermediate

Argentina

Milagros comes clean about how she found out about the bet between Ivo and Bobby. Despite advice to sleep, Cholito leaves behind her fútbol playing personality and pigtails for the Mili of the night life when she decides to salir a bailar.

Muñeca Brava - 18 - La Apuesta - Part 2 View Series View This Episode

Difficulty: difficulty - Adv-Intermediate Adv-Intermediate

Argentina

Milagros, aka Cholito, aka Mili, gets glum about being a rata traicionera.
Bobby laughs it up at Ivo who now owes money to both Bobby and Millie. What better way to aflojarse a little than to go dancing?

Choc Quib Town Interview - Eso es lo que hay

Difficulty: difficulty - Intermediate Intermediate

Colombia

ChocQuibTown is a name everyday more common on Colombian airwaves and dance floors. Their mix of traditional rhythms from el Pacífico with hip-hop elements and a heavy dose of “funky” is earning them a place on the playlists of both young listeners as well as a more traditional audience. In this Yabla-exclusive interview, we had the chance to chat with the band about where, exactly, it’s all at.

ChocQuibTown - Somos Pacifico View Series

Difficulty: difficulty - Intermediate Intermediate

Colombia

The Colombian Pacific coast is a forgotten paradise. Its habitants complain about the lack of attention from the rest of the country, but it might be this bit of isolation that helps them maintain their rich culture. ChocQuibTown comes from the world’s rainiest lowland, and it is there that they learned to mix African drums and Latin beats with hip-hop and funk, creating a totally new sound that’s firmly rooted in their tradition.

Belinda - Bella Traición

Difficulty: difficulty - Intermediate Intermediate

Mexico

Belinda Peregrín Schull, was born in Madrid, but moved with her family at the age of four to Mexico City. At the age of 18 Belinda had already become an international superstar for both her albums and starring roles in Hispanic as well as a role in the Disney Channel’s Cheetah Girls.

Francisco Pérez - La Universidad View Series

Difficulty: difficulty - Adv-Intermediate Adv-Intermediate

Spain

Francisco Pérez talks about his life as a student in the Universidad Pontivicia’s other school, la Universidad de la Experiencia de Salamanca, a place where elders like himself become college students again.

Cuatro Amigas - Piloto - Part 6 View Series View This Episode

Difficulty: difficulty - Adv-Intermediate Adv-Intermediate

Argentina

Viewer Discretion Advised

Elena claims she only wants to tell Mariano about the bills, but if you believe that we’ve got a bridge in Uruguay we’d like to sell you. Mariano, well, he just doesn’t seem to be able to say the right thing. Hombres.

Hector Montaner - Apariencias

Difficulty: difficulty - Intermediate Intermediate

Venezuela

Hector Montaner takes after his father Ricardo Montaner in both good looks and musical ability. After a childhood of studying in Venezuela’s most prestigious conservatories, Montaner relocated in the late ‘90s. Apariencias (“Appearances”) is the title track of his sophomore album release.

Jennifer Lopez - Por Arriesgarnos

Difficulty: difficulty - Beginner Beginner

Puerto Rico

Jennifer Lopez and Mark Anthony are in love! (Beware cold-hearted fellows! This could be painful for you…) Their careers are skyrocketing, and they have a set of absolutely angelic twins (reportedly netting them from $3 to $6 Million for a photo session). Take a chance with Por Arriesgarnos, and let them share their joy.

Verano Eterno - Fiesta Grande - Part 14 View Series View This Episode

Difficulty: difficulty - Intermediate Intermediate

Argentina

While some people are trying to get to the party at all costs (and that means dodging grandma’s attentions for Benji), the only thing Tomás wants to do is to get out of there. Don’t let the panza pain fool you, he’s definitely in love with Clara. We can feel the temperature growing higher and the plot getting closer and closer to the ignition point.

Yabla en Yucatán - Naranjas View Series

Difficulty: difficulty - Adv-Intermediate Adv-Intermediate

Mexico

Get your fresh oranges here! Yabla talks to an orange-vendor in Playa del Carmen about his goods. No chemicals, no mistreatment in transit… These healthy fruits are very popular with the people whether they’re fighting a cough or just craving some sweet juice.

Bárbara Muñoz - Miénteme

Difficulty: difficulty - Beginner Beginner

Chile

Denial ain’t just a river in Egypt. It’s also the theme of Bárbara Muñoz song “Miénteme” (“Lie to me”). Born in Chile, Ms. Muñoz moved to Mexico in 2006 to further her musical career as a singer and songwriter. As you’ll see in this video, “Miénteme” is an emotion-ridden plea not to know what she doesn’t want to know.

Muñeca Brava - 18 - La Apuesta - Part 1 View Series View This Episode

Difficulty: difficulty - Intermediate Intermediate

Argentina

Through una trampa Cholito catches Ivo in bed with a nun and turns it into una extorsión while confronting him about paying up, or poniendo estaba la gansa, for an apuesta that he lost to a friend.

Natalia Nos Enseña Cosas Chéveres - Leche Asada - Part 3 View Series View This Episode

Difficulty: difficulty - Intermediate Intermediate

Colombia

In the final chapter of our trio of dessert clips, Natalia puts the milk, the eggs and the caramelized sugar together. After some time in the oven and then some more time in the refrigerator, you’re ready to enjoy some “leche asada” with a cup of café or plain old milk.

Verano Eterno - Fiesta Grande - Part 13 View Series View This Episode

Difficulty: difficulty - Advanced Advanced

Argentina

Teresa thinks that Juan’s room has a lot of onda, which is to say that it’s got a nice vibe. But hey, Jim Morrison’s watchful gaze will do that to a pad. It’s definitely a summer of love for some, but not for Mauro: but not for lack of trying. Can he buy Violeta’s love with favors and persistence?

Michael Stuart - Me Siento Vivo

Difficulty: difficulty - Intermediate Intermediate

Puerto Rico

Michael Stuart, born in New York to Puerto Rican parents, received his musical education from his uncle Israel Timbalero Stuart, who helped him secure background vocal gigs for Johnny Rivera and Marc Antony. Since 1996, Stuart has released nine records, his latest a salsa album entitled Sentimiento de un Rumbero released on Machete Records in 2007.

La Gusana Ciega - Entrevista - Part 2 View Series View This Episode

Difficulty: difficulty - Intermediate Intermediate

Mexico

We skip backstage once again to get some final thoughts from La Gusana Ciega, learning a bit more about their career and personnel changes. Like many of Mexico’s popular bands today, they got their start at a Mexico City club called Cocotitlán, which is also the name of a municipality well known for its corn festival.

Natalia Nos Enseña Cosas Chéveres - Leche Asada - Part 2 View Series View This Episode

Difficulty: difficulty - Intermediate Intermediate

Colombia

In Part 2 of our dessert-making lesson, Natalia shows and tells us the importance of beating the “huevos” into a smooth consistency. After the eggs are whipped into shape, we’re heating up the “leche” until it bubbles but doesn’t quite boil. Seguimos con capítulo 3.

Doña Coco - La Vida De Una Cocinera View Series

Difficulty: difficulty - Intermediate Intermediate

Nicaragua

Working as a cook/domestic worker on a construction site, Doña Coco is the first to get up in the morning and the last to go to bed at night. Her monthly salary of C$2,000 Córdobas really just covers “el arroz y los frijoles” (“rice and beans”) for her family. So, how does she provide clothing and all the rest for her five kids? Leonido, the interviewer, asks the tough questions.

Francisco Pérez - Salamanca View Series

Difficulty: difficulty - Adv-Intermediate Adv-Intermediate

Spain

You never know where you will find your next tour guide. There are those who have been assigned to you by your travel agent, and then there are those who assign themselves to you. Francisco Pérez, one of the oldest university students in an ancient university city, thoroughly enjoys sharing his local knowledge with visitors who share his passion.

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