Encourage people in PR to work less? They already have close to 40% unemployment, great idea! reduce their minimum wage? 😈 A half-baked plan for Puerto Rico | TheHill

http://thehill.com/blogs/pundits-blog/finance/274782-a-half-baked-plan-for-puerto-rico

Andy Gonzalez finalmente hace un album como artista independiente. “Long overdue accomplishment””Exclusive Video: The Making of Andy Gonzalez’s Entre Colegas/Among Colleagues | JazzDeLaPena”

via Exclusive Video: The Making of Andy Gonzalez’s Entre Colegas/Among Colleagues | JazzDeLaPena

Charlie Parker enters the Walk of Fame. It was one of the best performers of the alto saxophone in jazz history. “Charlie Parker entra al Paseo de la Fama | El Nuevo Día”

What took Harlem so long to recognize one of its historical legendary residents? “Porque tomo tanto tiempo de reconocer al legendario Charlie Parker, en Harlem?” via Charlie Parker entra al Paseo de la Fama | El Nuevo Día

Nonpayment would force closing to a therapy center Parents of children receiving therapy at the Center Teras fear the learning process of their children affected.

http://player.gfrvideo.com/elnuevodia/embed/faltadepagoforzariaalcentroterasacerrar-196367.html via Untitled document – Google Docs

Dancing Away From the Bleak Life With ‘Fast Car’ – The New York Times (Tracy Chapman’s “Fast Cars”, one of the greatest revolutionary Folk-Ballads)

via Dancing Away From the Bleak Life With ‘Fast Car’ – The New York Times. Tracy Chapman is one of the greatest female acoustic guitar singer-songwriter of all times. “Tracy Chapman, una de las grandes compositoras de canciones acusticas con temas de activismo social.”

Emily Remler Tribute May 2016 | Remembering the life and music of legendary jazz guitarist Emily Remler. (Emily was my friend at Berklee College of Music, Boston, Mass.)

via Emily Remler Tribute May 2016 | Remembering the life and music of legendary jazz guitarist Emily Remler. “Recordando a la gran guitarrista que murio muy joven. La conoci cuando asistia a Berklee College of Music, Boston, Mass.”