J.R. Martinez

U.S. Army Vet & Dancing with the Stars Winner J.R. Martinez on Undocumented Latinos in the Military: 'Give Them the Freedoms They Fought For!'

Many TV viewers remember J.R. Martinez as the Dancing with the Stars Season 13 champ and Iraq War vet who wowed the audience with not only his rhythm and killer moves, but with his incredible story of survival and recovery after a roadside bomb hit the tire of his Humvee, leaving 34 percent of his body burned. But nowadays, Martinez, who is of Savadoran decent, is dancing to a different beat. Recently, Martinez spoke to Latin Post about his feelings on undocumented Latinos who serve in the U.S. Military, and those in the U.S who come here in search of a better life.
J.R. Martinez

U.S. Army Vet & Dancing with the Stars Winner J.R. Martinez on Undocumented Latinos in the Military: 'Give Them the Freedoms They Fought For!'

Many TV viewers remember J.R. Martinez as the Dancing with the Stars Season 13 champ and Iraq War vet who wowed the audience with not only his rhythm and killer moves, but with his incredible story of survival and recovery after a roadside bomb hit the tire of his Humvee, leaving 34 percent of his body burned. But nowadays, Martinez, who is of Savadoran decent, is dancing to a different beat. Recently, Martinez spoke to Latin Post about his feelings on undocumented Latinos who serve in the U.S. Military, and those in the U.S who come here in search of a better life.
J.R. Martinez

U.S. Army Vet & Dancing with the Stars Winner J.R. Martinez on Undocumented Latinos in the Military: 'Give Them the Freedoms They Fought For!'

Many TV viewers remember J.R. Martinez as the Dancing with the Stars Season 13 champ and Iraq War vet who wowed the audience with not only his rhythm and killer moves, but with his incredible story of survival and recovery after a roadside bomb hit the tire of his Humvee, leaving 34 percent of his body burned. But nowadays, Martinez, who is of Savadoran decent, is dancing to a different beat. Recently, Martinez spoke to Latin Post about his feelings on undocumented Latinos who serve in the U.S. Military, and those in the U.S who come here in search of a better life.
J.R. Martinez

U.S. Army Vet & Dancing with the Stars Winner J.R. Martinez on Undocumented Latinos in the Military: 'Give Them the Freedoms They Fought For!'

Many TV viewers remember J.R. Martinez as the Dancing with the Stars Season 13 champ and Iraq War vet who wowed the audience with not only his rhythm and killer moves, but with his incredible story of survival and recovery after a roadside bomb hit the tire of his Humvee, leaving 34 percent of his body burned. But nowadays, Martinez, who is of Savadoran decent, is dancing to a different beat. Recently, Martinez spoke to Latin Post about his feelings on undocumented Latinos who serve in the U.S. Military, and those in the U.S who come here in search of a better life.
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"First Date" Actress Krysta Rodriguez Says the Broadway Show is "One-of-a-Kind"

New York City is alive with conversation, bright lights and people bumbling about with curiosity. Within the doors of one of its many restaurants, two individuals are undoubtedly sitting together for the first time, on a blind date, attempting to connect and find out if the person positioned across from him/her can better his/her life, or better yet, his/her evening. "First Date," the new Broadway play starring Zachary Levi ("Chuck") and Euro-Latina actress Krysta Rodriguez ("Smash"), captures that experience in a 90-minute performance that is over-run with wit and charisma.
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