Month: May 2017

PotterCon

Fantastic Parties and Where to Find Them: PotterCon brews up a potion of nostalgia, magic and spirits

Four years ago, Margaret Ann Kaminski found herself staring at a bunch of robes, wands and cauldrons, leftovers she had from attending midnight releases of Harry Potter books and movies. As she gazed upon the pile of nostalgia, she couldn’t help but feel that an important, even magical, part of her life was missing, and…

Jessica Hernandez

Tearing Down That Wall: Jessica Hernandez bridges the divide with dual bilingual albums

It’s an unfortunate time in our nation’s recent history when the cultural divide is so wide, chants of “Build the wall!” are commonplace. Yet even as some seem to embrace a sort of national exclusivity, others are celebrating the melting pot that is more truly reflective of this country’s very foundation. Jessica Hernandez & The…