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Premio Lo Nuestro Recap

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The grand night for Latino artists has come yet again, and the night was anything but predictable. Premio Lo Nuestro 2015 organized by Univison, was definitely a success this year with much to talk about, beginning with a distinctive, magenta carpet. The carpet festivities began with performances by J. Balvin and Fernando Corona. While Latino Read More

Sean Penn’s racist joke

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Racist remarks are definitely something that shouldn’t be taken lightly, especially if it’s witnessed by millions of people during the Oscars. Sean Penn has recently been under fire since his racist joke towards Alejandro González Iñárritu, who was being presented a award by Penn for Best-Picture for the movie “Birdman.” “Who gave this SOB a Read More

Gina Rodriguez becomes a cover girl

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Who doesn’t love seeing a Latina grace the cover a magazine, especially a Golden Globe award winning actress. She’s a Puerto Rican who grew up in Chicago. Her dreams have always been to be on the big screen. Her parents have instilled a strong moral background and ensured she knew education was a priority. Gina Read More

Miles Morales’ Spidey senses are tingling

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Since the announcement was made by Sony and Marvel about Spider-Man and The Avengers joining forces once again, comic book  fans have taken to social media in a frenzy like manner. The fans took to Twitter within minutes of the announcement and made the hashtag #MilesMorales very popular. Who is Miles Morales? He’s the half-black, Read More

Gabriella Moses: Las Mañanitas

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“Once upon a time in 1960s New York, there lived Ana Isabel, a young girl on the cusp of womanhood, tempted to lose her virginity the night of her Quinceañera, that is, until an unexpected visit from the Virgin Mary in a frying pan makes her think twice.” Deeply rooted in our Latin culture of Read More

ARod apologizes to the Yankees

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Alex Rodriguez, a well known baseball player amassing a .299 batting average, 654 home runs, and 2,939 hits are among a few of those amazing accomplishments this talented Latino has surpassed. Without a doubt, Rodriguez’ successes have not been overlooked, comparing him with such names as Willie Mays, Hank Aaron, and the one and only Babe Read More

Ronaldo at thirty

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It seems like turning 30 is a great deal. Men believe they are in the best physical shape of their lives. At 30, you have gone through so many experiences, you feel as though you are wise. You feel accomplished. You are at that breakthrough moment of your career, you just got engaged or married, Read More

Latinos at the Grammys

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You know that award show that’s kind of a big deal in the music industry? The one that usually gives recognition to the hottest musicians at the time? No, not the video music awards from that one network that never plays music videos! I’m talking about The 57th Annual Grammy Awards. The Grammy Awards is Read More

JenCarlos Canela: The new star of “Telenovela”

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JenCarlos has already shown his ability to shine as an artist by releasing a bilingual album entitled “Jen”. The Cuban actor has also become very popular on screen by portraying various characters in novelas like “Mas sabe el Diablo” and “Doña Barbara”. He will now add to his filmography the upcoming series “Telenovela” by Eva Read More

Cosmo Editor on Latinos in Hollywood

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Once upon a time everyone who came to Hollywood had a dream to be recognized for their talents and ability to express their creativity. With the dream came the idea of instant rewards and fame, but the competition is fierce. Acknowledgement for efforts is what people in the entertainment industry crave, and without it celebrities Read More