Robert Rodriguez en Robert Rodriguez Moves to the Small Screen With El Rey Network <p class="p1">Director Robert Rodriguez is probably best known for movies like “<a href="">El Mariachi</a>,” the “<a href="">Spy Kids</a>” franchise and, most recently "<a href="">Machete Kills</a>." But later this year, the successful filmmaker is making a big move to the small screen, launching his very own television channel called the <a href="">El Rey Network</a> with the intent of attracting a modern, English-speaking Latino audience.<p class="p1">It’s a growing community that Rodriguez believes has been underserved by Hollywood and the broadcast networks.<p><iframe frameborder="no" height="166" scrolling="no" src="" width="100%"></iframe><p> Wed, 23 Oct 2013 20:35:27 +0000 Jenny Dubin 20699 at Robert Rodriguez Moves to the Small Screen With El Rey Network "Machete" Slices Through A Sequel <p></p> Sat, 12 Oct 2013 05:05:58 +0000 Nathan Cone 20086 at "Machete" Slices Through A Sequel "Solamente Salma" at Blue Star <p>On Wednesday, April 5, a red carpet gala was held to open the "Terra Nostra: Solamente Salma" exhibit at the Blue Star Contemporary Art Center. &nbsp;On hand for the festivities were artists George Yepes, Robert Rodriguez, a few celebrities... and Texas Public Radio's Nathan Cone, who had a grand plan to cover the event and get some audio for a personal project he's working on. &nbsp;The exhibit is open to the public. &nbsp;The Blue Star Contemporary Art Center is open Wednesday through Sunday from noon until 6 p.m. &nbsp;For more information, the number is 210-227-6960. &nbsp;</p> Fri, 07 Apr 2006 17:29:53 +0000 Nathan Cone 9486 at "Solamente Salma" at Blue Star