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Being Latino contributors consists of individuals and partner organizations. They join us in our goal of providing our audience with a communication platform designed to educate, entertain and connect all peoples across the global Latino spectrum. Together we aim to break down barriers and foster unity and empowerment through informative, thought-provoking dialogue and exchanging of ideas. Giving a unified voice to the multitude of communities that identify with the multidimensional culture that is Latino.

A booty like Antonio Banderas

  The latest plastic surgery trend in Spain these days is to have a nalga like Antonio Banderas. Spanish men are flocking to the surgery clinics with pictures of Banderas’ booty so they can go under the knife and have one of their own.  Why do they like the Antonio Banderas butt so much? Dr. Read More

Obama’s Legacy

  Barack Obama is set on leaving a legacy for his second term as President and the others in the Democratic Party. Obama’s executive order on immigration that has now been announced and has caused a major uproar in the world of politics. Many Senators do not approve of Obama’s move, deeming it a major risk Read More

Worst job ever

  So many of us have had that one particular job that we hated, I know that pain because I recently experienced that. I was working in a warehouse, so far that has been the worst job I have ever had. For me it wasn’t so much the job but the people that worked there. Read More

Lack of diversity in Silicon Valley

  A recent survey by the Rainbow Push Coalition indicates that there is a lack of diversity in the technological world. Companies such as Comcast, Facebook, and Google not only have a low percentage of Latinos and Blacks but they also do not have many women working for them. Other companies like Amazon, Linked in Read More

Rene Lopez- Electric Latin Soul

  It’s not often that we come across an artist doing something so new and fresh that it requires its own label, but such is the case for Rene Lopez and his “Electric Latin Soul” sound.  The son of renowned trumpeter René López Sr., who was part of Típica 73 a salsa band formed late Read More

Juan Luis Guerra and social awareness

  Juan Luis Guerra is an internationally renowned Dominicano, who is famous for being a singer, producer, songwriter, and composer. He has sold over 30 million records with outstanding performances leading to three Grammy Awards, fifteen Latin Grammy Awards, and two Billboard Latin Music Awards. His career is most notable for bringing together decades of diverse Read More

Positive thought = A happier life

  It’s normal to have a bad day at times (hey we all have had those morning where we wake up on the wrong side of the bed), but having a negative mentality on top of it is just too much.  Sometimes some of our own friends or even family can have an effect on Read More

Latinos concerned about economy, doing better financially

  Trying to find consensus in the Latino population can get quite complex due to the variety found in the culture, originating from different national roots and the amount of diversity within the ethnic group. There is also complexity within the family setting, some members are here illegally, have a visa to reside here permanently Read More

Do Over: When life gives you a second chance

Have you ever wished upon a shooting star? Wishing that you can go back to a certain day or a certain year and you could redo it all over again?  I can honestly tell you that I have. There are so many things I have wanted to redo in my life that if I had Read More

Tools for a successful college career

  College readiness programs are an ideal tool to help high school students transition into college. Getting an associate’s degree or a bachelor’s degree  is a great achievement. The only way to reach this goal is to think positively and have the support of family and friends. Most importantly, a college readiness program includes having Read More