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    • A conversation with Santana lead vocalist, Andy Vargas

      SAN FRANCISCO (Herald de Paris) — Andy Vargas is the lead singer of the global rock group Santana and has been living the dream, as he calls it, for over 20 years and 20 World Tours. He leaves for Australia in a few days, then Asia, then well into rock history, as Santana keeps rock and rolling along.
      Santana is one of the United States’ biggest international acts and has held that distinction since before Andy Vargas was born, and there is no doubt he was born to do this.
      Andy grew up in a very musical family and was influenced first by his father, Javier Vargas, and artists like Pedro Fernandez, Luis Miguel, Marvin Gaye, Stevie Wonder, La Mafia, Little Joe, Johnny Y La Familia, and bay area bands such as Malo, Tower of Power and, of course, Carlos Santana.
      Herald de Paris Consulting Editor, Dr. Al Carlos Hernandez, thanks to Bay Area music impresario Dr. Rock Bernardo Gonzalez, had the opportunity to spend a recent Saturday afternoon sipping coffee and talking to Andy about his amazing life.
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    • Trump Transgender Rollback: let’s re-think bathrooms, not people

      WASHINGTON, DC (Herald de Paris) —  President Donald Trump’s recent repeal of federal protection for transgender students Means it is time to stop thinking about the way we look at people, and start re-thinking the way we look at restrooms. There is no long-standing rule about male and female public restroom facilities.  In fact, the […]

    • The charm of Trudeau officially strikes American soil yet again

      WASHINGTON, DC (Herald de Paris) — Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was welcomed to the White House today by US President Donald Trump. When Trudeau met President Obama the chemistry was palpable sparking dozens of “Bromance” memes. Today ‘s meeting was no less meaningful as Trudeau presented President Trump with a photograph of his father the Right Honourable Pierre E. Trudeau, Prime Minister of Canada with then-businessman Trump. The photograph was taken at the Family of Man award in New York City on Nov. 5, 1981. The elder President Trudeau was given the award for demonstrating an outstanding example of excellence in society.
      It was a master stroke by the charming younger President Trudeau, who shares some different ideologies from President Trump, serving to remind Trump personally and professionally his deeper relationship with Canada and it’s people. Canada and United States are close and indispensable allies.
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    • Buddhism front and center as Melania Trump tours Delray Beach gardens with wife of Japanese PM

      PALM BEACH (Herald de Paris) —  As Melania Trump and Akie Abe, wife of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, toured the Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens in Delray Beach today, a visit was paid to the Karesansui Late Rock Garden, a style, “Perfected at Zen Buddhist temples,” according to the museum.  As charmingly explained in Anna […]

    • Japanese PM Abe to play golf with President at the Post Mansion Mar-a-Lago, in Palm Beach

      WASHINGTON, DC (Herald de Paris) —  It is not every day that a seated US President conducts part of an official visit on the golf course, but that appears to be the par for the course in the new administration, setting a new precedent with the visit of Japanese Prime Minster Shinzo Abe, this weekend. […]

    • Oscar Producer’s Dilemma – Free Speech Vs. Ratings

      By Alex Ben Block, Special to the Herald de Paris Hollywood — At the Oscar nominees luncheon on Monday, politics will be on the menu, but the tab the movie Academy and ABC will pay for the stars to exercise their right to free speech won’t come due until Feb. 26 When the annual Academy […]


    • New England Patriots win Super Bowl LI

      HOUSTON (Herald de Paris) — Tom Brady and the New England Patriots made a dramatic comeback by scoring 25 unanswered points in 16 minutes of the fourth quarter to tie the game, then scoring on one drive in overtime, to defeat the Atlanta Falcons 34-28, in Super Bowl LI. Matt Ryan, Devonta Freeman, Julio Jones, and the Atlanta Falcons squandered an early lead, after commanding the game for the first three quarters. The Patriots didn’t really show up to play until four minutes into the fourth quarter. In all, the Patriots scored 31 unanswered points on their way to winning one of the most exciting Super Bowl games in NFL history.

    • All Blacks to face Ireland in Windy City maxresdefault

      (Reuters) – Rugby World Cup winners New Zealand will face Six Nations champions Ireland at Chicago’s Soldier Field in November, USA Rugby announced on Tuesday.

    • Nabi’s last-ball four wins Quetta a thriller 234457.3

      Mohammad Nabi emerged the hero for his team, striking a last-ball four to guide Quetta Gladiators to a two-wicket win against Lahore Qalandars Source