Writing about Spanish, Portuguese and Latin American music and arts, Barcelona, Cuba, maritime culture, food, travel and people, and for kids. I also create content for music services & non-profits.
Sao Miguel's maritime culture and volcanic landscape were the setting for the festival- a great introduction to the Azores.
Old meets new in Lisbon, where urban renewal and a cultural revival drive the city’s exciting rebirth.
Every time I speak to Omara Portuondo, I remember why I became a journalist. To learn about life.
More Than 50 artists and activists joined the line up to welcome refugees to Catalunya.
A perennial illustrated guide for celebrating Catalunya's Jan-March Calçots season.
[Text: Judy Cantor-Navas/
Drawings: David Navas]
I visited The El Bulli Foundation to talk to Ferran Adria about his new culinary project for families.
A brief visit to the Bellavista del Jardín del Norte, also known as "Messi's Restaurant."
I profiled the preservation and education efforts of The Latin Grammy Cultural Foundation for Grammy Magazine.
My first story in a multi-part series for Food Republic on the rebirth of Portuguese cuisine.
The evocative illustration is by David Navas.
The first bloodbath in Netflix’s 'Narcos' takes place at a disco-ball decorated, florescent-lit karaoke bar where patrons unsuspectingly groove to classic Colombian salsa band Fruko y sus Tesos’ song “El Preso.”
The rock band whose songs have symbolized dark times in Venezuela sees the light on new album.
The second part of my chronicle on the new Portuguese cuisine.
One of the greatest living pianists plays "the best wine bar in the world."