Former Panamanian President Ricardo Martinelli, wanted for extradition to Panama, was detained in Coral Gables, Flo., on Monday, a U.S. official familiar with the matter said.
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- Latin awards show brings out wild, awkward and cringe-worthy outfits
By Carolina Gonzales - Friday Jul 7, 2017
On Thursday, July 6, the biggest names in Latin music gathered in Coral Gables Fla. for the 14th Annual Premios Juventud.
- A’s Yonder Alonso thrilled to come home as All-Star
By John Shea - Monday Jul 10, 2017
A’s Yonder Alonso thrilled to come home as All-StarTattoo or no tattoo, Alonso will have no trouble remembering this dream come true in his adopted hometown, the chance to represent not only the A’s but also Miami, his family and the Cuban community that supported him from childhood.Alonso is the American League’s backup first baseman for Tuesday’s All-Star Game at Marlins Park.“I told my wife I didn’t want to sleep in today,” said Alonso, who arrived early in the morning from Seattle, where the A’s finished the first half.The All-Star teams took turns in media availability sessions Monday, and when AL players lined up along the outfield warning track, Alonso sat at a table with his beaming father, Luis, a few steps away.The Alonsos — the parents, Yonder and his little sister — flew in a tiny plane in the middle of the night in 1995 from Havana to Miami, where they all contributed to survive in their new home.Monday’s most touching moment for Alonso came when he and teammates bused from the team hotel to the ballpark with their families.From Coral Gables High School, he earned a scholarship to Miami and was selected by the Reds in the first round of the 2008 draft.Baltimore third baseman Manny Machado, who married Alonso’s sister, Yainee, is a three-time All-Star but wasn’t selected this year.Aside from the emotion of returning to Miami as an All-Star, Alonso has the memory of Jose Fernandez in his heart.The Marlins’ celebrated pitcher died 10 months ago in a boating accident and most certainly would have been showcased in Miami this week.Alonso can be a free agent after the season and is on record saying he’d like to remain in Oakland, but Miami always will be home.John Shea is The San Francisco Chronicle’s national baseball writer.First base
- ‘Chasing Coral’ Review: Environmental Doc Exposes Oceanic Crisis
By Sam Fragoso, provided by
- Friday Jul 14, 2017
Jeff Orlowski ("Chasing Ice") is more interested in advocacy than impartiality in this powerful look at our vanishing reefsIn “Chasing Ice,” he followed National Geographic photographer James Balog as he set out to capture shifting glaciers.Orlowski’s latest, “Chasing Coral,” sees the director diving headfirst into another obsession: the vanishing act of the world’s coral reefs.Out of the gate, Orlowski is gung-ho on creating a nautical thriller, featuring men at sea, miles away from the outside world.Watch Video: 'Chasing Coral' Producer Warns of Major Consequences as Reefs Approach ExtinctionLed by Richard Vevers (CEO of The Ocean Agency) and “coral nerd” (yes, those exist) Zack Rago, we begin to understand the plight of coral reefs.To these people, coral reefs are not merely a visual fascination; they’re a necessity for survival.Eroding coral reefs (due to a stress response called “coral bleaching”) is just the tip of the iceberg.
- Dropbox reportedly seeks to hire IPO underwriters
By Reuters - Monday Jul 3, 2017
Data-sharing business Dropbox is seeking to hire underwriters for an initial public offering that could come later this year, which would make it the biggest U.S. technology company to go public since Snap, people familiar with the matter said on Friday. The IPO will be a key test of Dropbox’s worth after it was valued at almost […]
- Snapchat's not-growing pains are a boom for Instagram
By BARBARA ORTUTAY, AP Technology Writer - Thursday Aug 10, 2017
NEW YORK (AP) — Facebook once failed to buy Snapchat; ever since, it's tried to copy it, mostly without success.[...] .Facebook's Instagram Stories, a clear Snapchat clone, has more daily users than Snapchat itself — and parent company Snap Inc. should be very worried.While the doom doesn't spell imminent death, it's a sign that Snapchat could be relegated to the sidelines as a niche app for young people — or worse, a passing fad — rather than a major competitor for digital ad dollars like Facebook and yes, even the struggling Twitter.An analyst for Morgan Stanley, the lead underwriter for Snap's IPO, recently cut his rating of the company's stock, citing competition from Instagram and worries that Snap's advertising offerings aren't evolving or improving.Instagram recently disclosed that Stories, which lets people share videos and snapshots in a continuous 24-hour loop, has amassed 250 million daily users in the year since it launched.Google is reportedly working on Stamp, which The Wall Street Journal compared to Snapchat's Discover feature for letting people find photo and video-heavy news items.While Google isn't commenting on Stamp, published reports say the company is in talks with the likes of Vox Media and Time Inc. to create such content.