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Will “Gloria” be better than “Selena”

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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

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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

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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

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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

Diego Luna plans to direct…for now

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  Who is Diego Luna? He is a Mexican born producer, actor, and now a director. Luna was born into a family filled of art and entertainment. Son of Alejandro Luna, the famous Mexican set designer, his used to bring him to the sets and mentor Luna in various aspects of art and theatre. Luna’s Read More

What’s your take on Jlo and Iggy Azalea’s video

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Jennifer Lopez was teasing everyone for a few weeks with sneak peaks of her video with Iggy Azalea. The wait is over and I’m sure you’ve seen the video. This epidemic that’s clearly taken over is none other than the need to have a big booty. There are many things that can be said about Read More

Red Band Society

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As a four year brain cancer fighter and survivor, I can relate to the creator of the show, ‘Red Band Society’. It takes great courage and determination to not only share your trials, but also your illness with the world. Albert Espinosa is the creator of Red Band Society and was also diagnosed with a Read More

Wisin is doing it big, again

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Vamos pa’ Puerto Rico! Wisin, known from the duo Wisin y Yandel, just opened a new restaurant called Nabo restaurant in San Juan. Most celebrities turn to different business opportunities in the midst of their careers. Wisin, also known as Juan Luis Morera Luna, seems to do this for a more meaningful and productive reason. Puerto Rico Read More

Cristela hits the small screen in October

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Have you heard of the new ABC sitcom coming this Fall featuring a Latina as the main character?  It’s called Cristela.  Fusion reported a few months ago that “Cristela” was called “the little show that could” and it will be on ABC’s Fall primetime line-up.  Cristela Alonzo, an up and coming stand-up comedian who is Read More

Does Rosie Perez on “The View” matter?

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On September 3, the Brooklyn born daughter of Puerto Rican parents was hired to be a co-host on the ABC daytime talk show, The View. After The View’s 17 year history of airing on ABC, it has officially added a Latina to its permanent staff of hosts. Yes, it does matter. Being that The View has Read More