Kristiana Rae Colón

Poet Playwright Actress

7 of the Richest Male Comedians

7 of the Richest Male Comedians

If they are good at their craft, comedians can become extremely successful. Popularity and wealth comes with their success. But, just how wealthy can a comedian be? Continue below to find out the seven richest male comedians. 1.) Larry David Aside from being one of the richest male comedians, Larry David is known as being the richest comedian in the United States. David’s net worth is a whopping $800 million… Read More

Tips on Photography Architecture


Photos of architecture hold a special place not only in travel brochures, but also in the historical records of a place. This reinforces the significance of architecture photography and establishes it as a field that requires the knowledge of fundamentals for quality execution. Considerations While Photographing Architecture Apart from keeping factors like weather, daylight and shapes in mind, a photographer shooting structures must consider the following tips to produce pictures.. Read More

Colombia Tourism


Colombia Tourism has continued growing regardless of the country being plagued with Travel Advisories because of the armed conflict between the Government, the FARC and other guerrilla groups. Thanks to increased security implemented by former President Alvaro Uribe ever since he took office in 2002, many foreigners visit the country and its most important attractions that make the country important in the South American Region. Recommended Places to Visit Armenia,.. Read More

Kristiana Colón


Kristiana Colón is a Chicago poet, playwright, actor, educator, and Ensemble member at Teatro Luna, Chicago’s all-Latina theatre company. In February and March 2013, she toured the UK with her collection of poems promised instruments published by Northwestern University Press. In autumn 2012, she opened her one-woman show Cry Wolf in Chicago while her play but i cd only whisper had its world premiere in London at the Arcola Theater… Read More

Zeus, Stars and other indie greats play Mudtown Music fest Aug 9-10

Music Fest

In 2010, it looked as though Zeus were destined to become Toronto’s local Beatles – but a media blitz and heavily hyped debut retro-pop-rock album, Say Us, solidified their place in indie rock circles. These days, things have normalized for the Jason-Collette-backing-band as they work on a follow-up to last years’ acclaimed Busting Visions. And the band makes sure to find time to tour small-town Ontario. Zeus join indie heavyweights.. Read More