Vea

related topics
{work, book, publish}
{film, series, show}
{law, state, case}
{album, band, music}
{car, race, vehicle}

Vea is a Puerto Rican gossip magazine that has been published weekly since 1968.

As a periodical that reports on the lives and activities of many of the island's entertainment, sports, and political personalities, the magazine is no stranger to controverys. In 1994, a discovery by a Vea employee caused a wide international controversy, when the employee ran across some documents that Puerto Rico was the actual birthplace of famous Mexican singer, Luis Miguel, and not Mexico, as it had been widely believed prior to the discovery.

Vea has been involved in some controversies concerning the privacy of some celebrities they do cover, many who have complained about their privacy been violated. However, some celebrities the magazine serves as a publicity outlet to for many actors, actresses, singers, and others who have faded out of the spotlight or have seen their careers fizzle to gain publicity. This allows them to regain notoriety whenever they conveniently need it.

Full article ▸

related documents
Wikipedia:Year in Review guidelines
Kathryn H. Kidd
The Annotated Alice
Guy Gavriel Kay
Maxine Hong Kingston
Kremvax
Old Possum's Book of Practical Cats
Wikipedia:Building Wikipedia membership/Another sample solicitation
Hopwood Award
Book of the SubGenius
Rob Malda
William Shunn
Gordon McBean
Elle
Charles Sheffield
Brewster Kahle
Svenska Dagbladet
Charles Lane Poor
Paula Danziger
Albert Brudzewski
James White (author)
Frank Kelly Freas
The State (newspaper)
Hopwood Program
International Society for Cryptozoology
International African Institute
Robert Hofstadter
Thoinot Arbeau
The Theory of Everything
SIGNY award