Glenn Garvin, the Miami Herald's TV critic, covered Latin America for 19 years -- the last five of them as The Herald's bureau chief in Managua. A 1975 graduate of Stanford University, Garvin is the author of Everybody Had His Own Gringo: The CIA and the Contras and (with Ana Rodriguez) Diary of a Survivor: Nineteen Years in a Cuban Women's Prison. Click here to e-mail him. Don't miss his television blog, Changing Channels .
IN MY OPINION
I spent the entire Super Bowl hoping for an equipment malfunction and no, not on the how-the-hell-does-that-thing-stay-up corset Beyoncé wore during her halftime performance.
The week ahead at the movies and on TV