Updated video of Raysa Molina’s work … amazing!!!

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As described by the artist:

“Published on Nov 16, 2012

My abstract artwork is inspired by nature and different human shapes. In it, I celebrate its beauty and magnificence through organic forms.

Unleashing my mind through dream interpretations, I create simple yet strong compositions using pure colors, mixing light with darkness to arouse the deepest emotions through a spiritual realization.

Conveying the balance, rhythm and harmony of each piece using the five universal elements of wood, fire, earth, metal and water.

Each distinct piece involves unequivocal digital art, revealing deep and inner emotions with the ultimate goal of creating equilibrium and balance through colors, forms and distinct textures to express both the inside and outside of life experiences being navigated to an unexpected dimension.

My influences are primarily based on everything I see, feel and experience. Emotions are tri-dimensional and have an invisible force that creates a strong connection between…

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“Straight Talk” … on OPN … coming soon!!

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Jude is an advocate for great causes. Not only in the LGBT community but also issues of human value and charity events.

One of the main tools that she uses to perform her “calling in life” is as a host for the radio show “Straight Talk” …..

“This is an important show for many of us in the gay and lesbian communities in terms of bridging the gaps in a heterosexual world where too often the message of unity for ALL people of many different descents, political views and religion, gets lost.

The show is not focused on specific agendas but on different levels of conversation that impact our entire community as a whole.

Your support is important. With out it, we can not survive in this movement to unite understanding with knowledge.

To highlight a few things listed on our agenda: we will bring a lot of things to…

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Yvette Lebron ….. new addition to JTL Crew!!

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Yvette Lebron ..... new addition to JTL Crew!!

Let’s welcome her to JTL:

“I am the new and upcoming photographer for JTL Productions.

I’m excited to use my passion for ​photography, where I can bring their vision to life through my lens. I enjoy capturing artistry in my photos whether it be a boudoir session or an event.

The beauty of getting that moment and giving a lasting memory brings many smiles and that is what is most rewarding.​

​At 10 years old, I had my 1st camera. Back then I belonged to an after school photography club. I remember the gentleman in charge was always praising my work and encouraging me. I took pictures of everything.

I explored more on photography in my early years of college. I would spend hours in the studio taking pictures of anyone that would pose for me. This was back when we had dark rooms, film, chemicals and not the advance…

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Cinco de Mayo …. history!

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Cinco de Mayo .... history!

History of Cinco de Mayo: Battle of Puebla

In 1861 the liberal Mexican Benito Juárez (1806-1872) became president of a country in financial ruin, and he was forced to default on his debts to European governments. In response, France, Britain and Spain sent naval forces to Veracruz to demand reimbursement.

Britain and Spain negotiated with Mexico and withdrew, but France, ruled by Napoleon III (1808-1873), decided to use the opportunity to carve a dependent empire out of Mexican territory. Late in 1861, a well-armed French fleet stormed Veracruz, landing a large French force and driving President Juárez and his government into retreat.

Certain that success would come swiftly, 6,000 French troops under General Charles Latrille de Lorencez (1814-1892) set out to attack Puebla de Los Angeles, a small town in east-central Mexico. From his new headquarters in the north, Juárez rounded up a rag-tag force of 2,000 loyal men—many of…

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How Mexico feels about “Cinco de Mayo” ….

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How Mexico Feels About America’s Cinco De Mayo

Posted: 05/05/2012 12:13 pm and
Updated: 05/05/2012 5:44 pm

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Before you buy your plane ticket to Mexico to get the real Cinco de Mayo experience, make sure you don’t go looking for an American-style Mexican St. Patrick’s Day, full of cerveza, bar hopping and, yes, sombreros.

Like visiting Germany for Oktoberfest, traveling to Mexico to celebrate Cinco de Mayo may be a way to heighten or enrich one’s experience.

In 2010, 50 cadets from a Wisconsin military school went to Mexico seeking what they thought would be a wilder version of America’s Cinco de Mayo with parties, drinking and, the general debauchery…

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