LINK. BY LYDIA MARTIN.
WASHINGTON - Celia Cruz is making a ruckus at the Smithsonian National Museum of American History -- and not everybody is doing a little rumba about it.
Whether you're checking out the walking cane Ben Franklin bequeathed to George Washington or you're wondering why you always thought Fonzie's leather jacket was black when it's actually brown or when you're on a different floor of the museum strolling through Julia Child's kitchen, you can hear that thunderous voice:
''Quimbara cumbara cumba quimbamba!'' -- the Spanish scat from one of Celia Cruz's biggest hits...