Cuba’s Former Leader, Fidel Castro, Dead at Age 90

Fidel Castro was born as Fidel Alejandro Castro Ruz on August 13, 1926. Castro was a lawyer, politician and dictator who overthrew Fulgencia Batista’s government during the Cuban Revolution. Castro served as the 16th Prime Minister of Cuba from February 16, 1959 to December 2, 1976, before becoming the 17th President of Cuba. He promised the working-class a better life that came with great education and healthcare for everyone. But later censored freedom of speech and limited their economic opportunities. Many Cubans in Cuba, praise him. It’s not as if they can say otherwise. The ones living in the United States have a different opinion, usually negative ones, which is clearly shown in places like Miami, FL, where many Cubans are celebrating his death.

Castro died on November 25, 2016. His younger brother, Raúl Castro, has been serving as the country’s leader since 2006.

The “Hamilton” Cast Address VP-Elect Mike Pence Who was in the Audience

VP-elect Mike Pence went to see Hamilton. Hamilton is one of the best shows on Broadway where tickets are hard to get and are selling as high as $10,000. One of the cast members, Brandon Victor Dixon, took the opportunity to thank Mike Pence for attending and also to express an important message. The future VP was not received well by other audience members, but Dixon asked the audience not to boo him, “There’s nothing to boo ladies and gentlemen.  There’s nothing to boo. We’re all here sharing a story of love.” He followed:

President-elect Trump saw Dixon’s message as a personal attack. He tweeted:

Dixon responded:

The show’s creator, Lin-Manuel Miranda, stated:



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Two great artistic forces have joined together to introduce a shoe collection like no other. Entertainer, Jennifer Lopez, and Italian luxury shoe designer, Giuseppe Zanotti collaborated to bring to you 16 unique styles of heels, boots, and sneakers. Some of the shoes are encrusted in Swarovski crystals so expect lots of glitter and glitz. Lopez tells BAZAAR, “People really associate me with sparkle and a little bit of street edge and things like that. I wanted to make sure the collection had that, but then some [styles] feel very glam and high-end fashion.” The prices range from pairs that cost $895 to others as high as $2,995. It won’t be available until January 2017. They can be found in the US at selected retailers in addition to Bergdorf Goodman, Saks Fifth Avenue, Nordstrom, Neiman Marcus, Giuseppe Zanotti Design stores, and on Continue Reading