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Executive Editor Roberto FE Soto is a Multilingual Media Maestro who has served The Associated Press, News 12, Telemundo, VOA, Univision, NBC, The Washington Post and Newsweek.

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Thanks be to GOD


Peace on Earth... Goodwill for balancing analag and digital.

In a universe of endless emails, group chats, pop-up images, unwanted messages, good old analog saves time, inspires creativity and our sources swear that Google requires pen and paper when brainstorming new projects because its better than digital screens.

Virtual communities are built online. They’re the antithesis of analog which contributes to whereever we live..

Faith Hope and Thanksgiving


As Americans approach Thanksgiving and proceed towards Christmas, we may wish to exercise our faith in God and country with acts of charity towards those of us who are less fortunate and need random acts of kindness.

There is also a special feeling of expectation and desire for a certain thing to happen and we can all find some joy in the fact that our US democratic form of government not only allows it but provides a mechanism for an investigation of any American government official who may be accused of wrongdoing.

Democracy’s Final Hurrah?


I never want to see democracy’s final hurrah, and trust me neither do you. Believe me that I can tell you!

Years ago, I surprised a lot of people, including myself by making a career move from the dark side to a brighter side: After a lifetime of jaded journalism trenches starting with my very intense 3 months long full-time internship with The Washington Post and Newsweek, I was hired by NBC News, then management stints at Univision, Telemundo, VOA, News12 and The AP, where I finally took a buy out and moved into academia.

Wonder Fruit

The mango is a juicy stone fruit from numerous species of tropical trees belonging to the flowering plant genus Mangifera, cultivated mostly for their edible fruit. The majority of these species are found in nature as wild mangoes and they are truly delicious.

There are thousands of varieties. A very nice tropical treat is the fresh mango. Every time I visit Miami I go directly to El Palacio De Los Jugos to puy gallons of the liquid delight. I am truly a mango maniac.

However, when I lived in Indiana, I quickly learned to call the mango a pepper or is it the other way around?

Acts of Faith


The museum of The Bible opened with some controversy, in Washington, D.C., as if our nation's capital did not have enough of it already.

As you can see, the mission is to fascinate, educate and evangelize about The Holy Bible. Located within sight of Capitol Hill, the 430,000-square-foot building includes 1,600 artifacts including Elvis's personal holy book.

The founders wish to inspire confidence in the absolute authority and reliability of the Bible and showcase Christian ideals.

The Museum of the Bible opens to the public near the Mall

NASA Earth


By monitoring the color of reflected light via satellite, NASA scientists can determine how successfully plant life is photosynthesizing. A measurement of photosynthesis is essentially a measurement of successful growth, and growth means successful use of ambient carbon.

Big Fat Brats


A disorder involving excessive body fat that increases the risk of health problems all over the USA is apparently not going away anytime soon. According to researchers, Aerica leads the world in obesity and I am writing this as I enjoy a spoonful of ice cream, but please don't tell my doctor.

Obesity occurs by taking in more calories than are burned by exercise and normal daily activities, when our body mass index is 30 or greater. The main symptom is excessive fat, with the risk of serious health problems.
The mainstay of treatment is lifestyle changes such as diet and exercise.

Out of Order Tax Cuts


Here's an idea for Congress to consider, instead of blowing the hatch from their stinking careers. Businesses and rich people who own stocks are doing great. They make loads of money, while regular folks are not doing so well because the government has allowed wages to be capped.

Elephant Hunting


I have no political affiliation, but I do like elephants. Elephants are categorized as the African bush elephant, the African forest elephant, and the Asian elephant.

Female elephants live in tight-knit matrilineal family groups, some of which are made up of more than ten members, including three pairs of mothers with offspring, and are led by the matriarch which is often the eldest female. As a male elephant matures, he spends more time at the edge of his group and associates with outside males and other families. Are you beginning to get the picture and visualize this image?

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