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Maria Garcia was 9 years old and living on the U.S.-Mexico border when Selena was murdered. Twenty five years later, Maria is on a quest to understand what it means to love, mourn and remember Selena. In this intimate journey, Maria explores what Selena’s legacy shows us about belonging in America. Produced by WBUR.
 
Twenty-five years ago, Selena Quintanilla-Perez was already a legend in the Tejano music world and on the verge of superstardom. But on March 31, 1995, Selena’s close friend Yolanda Saldívar pulled a gun from her purse and fired a single bullet. Selena was pronounced dead a short time later. Selena’s murder left her family, friends and fans around the world stunned, heartbroken and speechless. In the days, months and years that followed, one question would linger: "why?" Why would someone wh ...
 
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It’s Two Wick Tuesday! In today’s episode, Selena talks with her old friend storyteller Jonathan Bradley Welch (@jonathanbwelch), a lifelong candlehead and fellow Masshole. The pair talk about Trader Joe’s, Market Basket, and Jonathan shares the gripping story of his FIRST candle. Plus, he shares his all-time favorite candle from Salem, MA boutique…
 
This week, Selena is joined by comedian Meghan O’Malley (@MegsOMalls) who is a true blue Yankee Candle Stan. Meghan shares candle strategy and trickery, her time spent candle shopping in Paris, her love of votives for their low commitment level, and what candle smells like “dumb man.” (music: bensound.com)…
 
Two Wick Minimum is back and Selena promises that she'll never leave you hanging again, beloved candle crew! We are kicking off season 3 with the candle opinions of comedian, writer, and woman of great taste, Alison Leiby (@alisonleiby). Alison is a writer on The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, was recently seen on Ilana Glazer Presents Comedy on Earth NYC …
 
Heists, scams and other strange-but-true stories from all over the country. From the studio behind Selena: A Star Dies in Texas, 'Strangeville' is available now. Search for it where you listen to Selena: A Star Dies in Texas. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesVAULT & Kiii TV による
 
Tras el debut de la serie Selena en Netflix, algunos fans señalaron que la cantante había sido "blanqueada" en ese show. En este episodio, Maria analiza por qué la tez morena de Selena es parte crucial del legado de la reina del tex-mex y reflexiona sobre cómo su exploración de la raza de Selena la condujo a revelaciones acerca de su propia identid…
 
After the premiere of Selena: The Series on Netflix, some fans claimed Selena had been "whitewashed" in the show. In this episode, Maria analyzes why Selena's brownness is an essential part of her legacy and reflects on how the exploration of Selena's race led Maria to revelations about her own identity.…
 
Un cuarto de siglo después de su muerte, Selena está arrasando en internet. En línea, la imagen y la música de Selena han adquirido nueva vida en redes sociales y plataformas que eran inimaginables cuando ella aún vivía. Sus seguidores de todas las edades han recurrido a Instagram, TikTok y YouTube para restaurar y presentar de nuevas formas la mem…
 
A quarter century after her death, Selena is breaking the internet. Online, Selena’s image and music have taken on new life on social media and platforms that weren’t even imaginable when she was still alive. Selena devotees of all ages have turned to Instagram, TikTok and Youtube to restore and remix Selena’s memory. In this episode, Maria explore…
 
Puede ser que Selena haya hecho una carrera cantando temas en español, pero no se crió hablando español en casa. Aprendió castellano a la vista del público, y los errores que cometió se convirtieron en algunos de sus momentos más famosos y entrañables. En este episodio, Maria explora por qué el spanglish de Selena parecía tan revolucionario para su…
 
Selena Quintanilla may have built her career singing Spanish songs, but she didn’t grow up speaking Spanish at home. She learned Spanish in the public eye, and her mistakes became some of her most famous and endearing moments. In this episode, Maria explores why Selena’s Spanglish seemed so revolutionary for its time, and yet so familiar to many fa…
 
Selena es usualmente descrita como la "reina de la música tejana". En la década de 1990, fue ella quien elevó este género del pueblo a niveles internacionales. Las ceremonias de premiación de la música tejana eran eventos glamorosos y los DJ de estaciones de radio dedicadas al género eran vistos como estrellas de rock en Texas y el resto del sudoes…
 
Episode 5. Selena is often called the "Queen of Tejano music." In the 1990s, she brought this underdog genre to international heights. Tejano award shows were glitzy affairs and Tejano radio DJs were like rock stars in Texas and the Southwest. Even the New York Times called it the fastest-growing Latino genre in the country. But when Selena died, T…
 
En los noventa, "Baby Got Back (I Like Big Butts)" de Sir Mix-A-Lot debutó en la radio. Hoy, la obsesión con los traseros grandes se mantiene sólida gracias a ídolos como Cardi B y Beyoncé. También ha impregnado la cultura blanca con Kim Kardashian y "belfie queen" Jen Selter. María comparte su teoría sobre cómo los traseros pasaron de tabú a obses…
 
Nearly 30 years ago, Sir-Mix-A-Lot’s “Baby Got Back (I Like Big Butts)” hit the airwaves to the delight and shock of listeners. Today, the obsession with big butts is still strong with idols like Cardi B and Beyonce. It has also permeated white culture, with Kim Kardashian “breaking the internet” and butt selfie queen Jen Selter. Maria has a theory…
 
We have a new President, a new VP, AND a new episode of America's favorite (and only) podcast about candles! Comedian Sarah York (@thesarahyork) joins Selena via Zoom from Los Angeles as Two Wick Min's first LA Zoom guest! They talk about the importance of sensory experiences as we are stuck at home during the pandemic, the idiocy of reed diffusers…
 
En el transcurso de su vida, Selena se convirtió en un símbolo de esperanza. Se transformó en el modelo a seguir de cómo alcanzar la aceptación dentro del sueño americano para todos los Latinos. Pero la manifestación de una guerra cultural oculta luego de su muerte nos revela otra historia. En este episodio Maria le sigue la pista a las razones por…
 
In her life, Selena was a symbol of hope. She became a role model for how Latinos could achieve the American dream and find acceptance. But a forgotten culture war following her death painted a different picture. In the 25 years since her murder, Selena’s image has taken on new meaning. In this episode, Maria traces how Selena became a symbol for s…
 
María sabe que para entender verdaderamente a Selena no solo como un ícono, sino también como persona, necesita ir a Corpus Christi. Su búsqueda la lleva hasta Abraham Quintanilla, el padre de Selena. En este episodio, María repasa el legado complicado de Abraham y conversa con la autora Yesika Salgado, con quien reflexiona sobre la relación padre …
 
Maria knows that to truly understand Selena as a person and not just an icon, she needs to go to Corpus Christi. Maria’s quest takes her to Abraham Quintanilla, Selena Quintanilla’s notoriously guarded father. Maria confronts his complicated legacy and reflects on fatherhood in Latinx cultures.WBUR & Futuro Studios による
 
Durante su niñez, mientras crecía en una ciudad en la frontera entre Estados Unidos y México, María García se sintió dividida entre dos identidades: la mexicana y la estadounidense. Pero algo cambió su vida. Descubrió a Selena, quien le enseñó que no tenía que elegir entre ser una u otra persona. En el episodio de estreno de “Anything for Selena”, …
 
Growing up along the US-Mexico border, Maria Garcia felt torn between her two identities as Mexican and American. But then, something changed her life. She discovered Selena Quintanilla— the Mexican-American pop icon who proved she didn’t have to choose. In the premiere episode of “Anything for Selena,” host Maria Garcia explores how Selena helped …
 
We are here with hot candle conversation for the new year, 2021! In this, the first episode of the new year, Selena chats with comedian Shalewa Sharpe (@silkyjumbo) about incense vs. candles, the difficulty of adjusting to NYC, and supporting beloved shops. Shalewa even shares a story of candle theft! (music: bensound.com)…
 
In this episode, Selena and her guest talk about loves lost: discontinued candles. In her first-ever remote episode, Selena is joined by her old friend Ken Reid (@KennethWReid), a comedian, podcaster, and pop culture expert. Ken is the host of the popular podcast TV Guidance Counselor and he has some HOT TAKES about decisions made by the candle kin…
 
After an 8 month hiatus, Selena is finally back to entertain her beloved candle friends with hilarious, silly candle conversation and hot takes about wholly uncontroversial topics. This week she is joined by L.A. resident, comedian, and fellow Hamilton alum Ben Fertig who did not come to play. Ben mentions some high-end hits (Maison Louis Marie, Cr…
 
Maria Garcia was 9 years old and living on the U.S.-Mexico border when Selena was murdered. Twenty five years later, Maria is on a quest to understand what it means to love, mourn and celebrate Selena. In this intimate, sometimes wrenching, cathartic journey, Maria explores what Selena’s legacy shows us about belonging in America -- and Maria’s own…
 
The trial is over, Yolanda Saldívar faces her sentence in court, and Selena's fans are left with only memories. But years later, we hear from Yolanda in one of the only interviews she's ever given. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesVAULT & Kiii TV による
 
This week, Selena sits down with her friend, the uber-talented Lauren Maul, to discuss an unlit candle as a life unlived, Lauren's brief tenure as a wax experimenter, and the hard truths about beeswax candles. They swoon over SLOW BURN, a glorious candle from country superstar Kacey Musgraves (named after her gorgeous, moody song) and discuss Dylan…
 
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