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Another unfaithful athlete

Another athlete has been blamed by women for being scandalous. “When I looked him up and saw he has a wife and a child I just thought he was a disgusting creep. I feel like all he wants is sex – nothing else. That’s what he expects. And I don’t want that”, as stated in Read More

Simon Bolivar comes to the big screen

  Do you know who Simon Bolivar is?  You know the Venezuelan politician turned military leader who helped Latin America gain independence from the Spanish Empire?  Yes, that one. Honestly, while I’ve heard the name, I really didn’t know much about him. Turns out he’s a pretty important figure in Latin America.  Bolivar helped Venezuela, Read More

Antonio Banderas to be awarded

“Spanish screen star Antonio Banderas is to be awarded the 2015 Goya of Honor in commemoration of a brilliant and versatile acting career…The Academy’s Board of Directors agreed unanimously to honor the distinguished actor, director and producer for his career as an actor, which has reflected on him as a filmmaker,” as well as his Read More

Mario Lopez’ mysterious one-night stand

In his recently published memoir “Just Between Us,” Mario Lopez revealed that he once had a one-night stand with a mystery “mega pop star”. As speculation began to mount, sources are now claiming that it may well have been Britney Spears. As he recalled during an interview in the Ellen DeGeneres show earlier this month, Read More

La Ley is back after a 10 year hiatus

The rumors about a return for the two-time Latin Grammy Award-winning rock band La Ley are true, they are back.  Almost 10 years since they called it quits, the Chilean trio of Beto Cuevas, Pedro Furgone, and Mauricio Claveria are back together and touring.  La Ley recently kicked off “Retour” with shows in California. “It Read More

Who’s on your top 25 Latinos in entertainment list

The problem with a Top 25 list of notable Latinos in the entertainment industry is that many of us might disagree with those who were chosen. We go through each selection and, in our mind, determine if that person deserves to be on that list at all. Even though the Top 25 list has been Read More

Will “Gloria” be better than “Selena”

Learning about Gloria Trevi’s biopic movie Gloria brought back nostalgic memories about the movie Selena. The movie Selena left a big impact on her fans and people around the globe, it was personal to many people because Selena was relatable especially through the struggles she faced behind the scenes in her family life, love life, Read More

Carlos Vives inspiring four year old to keep fighting cancer

Four-year-old Salma Richani has been battling cancer for over a year and through all the difficulties and hardships that come with dealing with this disease, one of the bright spots in her day comes thanks to her dad, Kaled. Every morning and after every treatment he wakes her up by playing one of her favorite Read More

Diverse Fall TV lineup

We are all excited that Fall 2014 has proven to be a promising TV season for minorities.  Shonda Rhimes, TV writer/producer extraordinaire has done it again with her hit, How to Get Away With Murder on ABC’s Thursday line up.  We all know Scandal is great, and this new shows looks just as amazing.  Rhimes Read More

Comedy without the stereotypes

Would you finally like to stop watching reality TV? There is a show that is filled with diversity and two Latina leads that could make anyone’s heads spin! FOX has a picked up a second season starring Latinas, Stephanie Beatriz and Melissa Fumero, in Brooklyn Nine-Nine. The series will air every Sunday 8:30/7:30c, stay tuned. Read More