Bachata In The USA

Crossover Dreamers Magazine November 4, 1991 | Newsweek Author: TIM PADGETT – PETER KATEL – NIKO PRICE | Page: 74 | Section: THE ARTS: MUSIC 1337 Words TIM PADGETT PETER KATEL NIKO PRICE RUBEN BLADES TRIED; GLORIA ESTEFAN’S DOING IT. BUT CAN LATINO STARS REALLY CAPTURE ANGLO AUDIENCES? Paul Emerson admits his musical passion should…

The Pan American Games in Havana, Cuba

‘The Only Dream Left Is to Get Out’ Magazine August 12, 1991 | Newsweek Author: SPENCER REISS and PETER KATEL | Page: 38 | Section: INTERNATIONAL 1180 Words THE PAN AMERICAN GAMES IN HAVANA SHOWCASE THE BANKRUPTCY OF FIDEL CASTRO’S CUBA You can bask for hours in the calm blue water off Playa Santa Maria,…

William Kennedy Smith

‘No One Would Believe Her’ Magazine May 20, 1991 | Newsweek Page: 31 | Section: NATIONAL AFFAIRS 884 Words BILL TURQUE SPENCER REISS IN PALM BEACH PETER KATEL IN MIAMI A young Kennedy is charged with rape, while new questions surface about the senator’s behavior The affidavit told the story of an early-morning walk on…

Flights Open from Havana to Miami

The Plane People of Miami Magazine May 20, 1991 | Newsweek Page: 41 | Section: INTERNATIONAL 800 Words SPENCER REISS IN MIAMI PETER KATEL IN HAVANA Castro’s new freedom flights-round trip The Miami Cubans in their Vanilla Ice T-shirts and Gucci loafers cheer and wave in the airport greeting area. The arriving passengers, dazed, wander…

The William Kennedy Smith Rape Saga

WHAT HAPPENED IN PALM BEACH? LARRY MARTZ PETER KATEL TEDDY KENNEDY’S BACHELOR PARTY WINDS UP WITH HIS NEPHEW ACCUSED OF RAPE It would be sad enough if Teddy Kennedy’s demons had blighted only his own life. Now they are eating his young the third generation of Kennedys, already scarred with their own tragedies of drink,…