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La India surprises fans with new album

After five years out of the limelight, La India has an entirely new project in the works. It’s a comeback many are awaiting anxiously. “Intensamente Con Canciones de Juan Gabriel,” featuring the musical icon and various classic hits on the song list, success is imminent. There’s no doubt this will be musical history being made. With Read More

Rosie Perez leaves “The View”

ABC’s “The View” is known for their talks, heated discussions, and hosts leaving. To add to the list is now Rosie Pérez. On Tuesday, it was announced in a memo to the staff that she has decided to leave. Executive Producer Bill Wolff said her reasons were to focus more on her acting career. Rosie Read More

Latino Makes History During NBA Draft

Karl-Anthony Towns, 19, a young man of Dominican descent, has made NBA draft history as the first Latino in 68 years to be selected first overall draft pick. The 6-foot-11 Towns averaged 10.3 points and 6.7 rebounds in just 21 minutes per game. The New Jersey native, whose mother is Dominican-American and father is African American, was Read More

Sesame Street’s “Maria” says Farewell

She was one of the first Hispanics on national television, she’s come into the hearts and homes of millions. Sonia Manzano, 65, is retiring after a 44 year long career as Maria, on the ever popular Sesame Street. She started at just 22 and quickly became a regular on the show, after just three short Read More

Investing in Soccer means investing in economic growth

Consider the following statistics about the growth, viewership and reach of soccer in the United States as reported by   The average attendance of Major League Soccer (MLS) is 18,470 people per match, more than pro basketball and pro hockey and only behind the NFL and MLB Forbes The 2014 World Cup final was Read More

Secret Lives of Americans

In the new episode of ‘Secret Lives of Americans’, a college student reveals her truth. Scarly is living with a secret not even her closest friends and relatives knew about. She did not even know about it until she reached the age of 18 and was filing for financial aid to help pay for college. Read More

Shakira’s Post Baby Bod

So it is to no one’s surprise that the Colombian bombshell, Shakira, bounced right back to her amazing bod after giving birth to baby girl Sasha. She is looking very fit just about five months after giving birth to baby Sasha. She shared three photographs on Instagram showing off her workout alongside her trainer, Anna Read More

Marco takes on Zoe’s last name

Who said that women have to be the one to change their last names upon marriage? Well Marco Perego, Zoe Saldana’s husband, did not seem to care. In an article released by Fox News Latino, it states Saldana was against the idea. “I tried to talk him out of it” she told the magazine. “I Read More

Victor Espinoza is first Latino to win Triple Crown

Espinoza was born in Hidalgo, Mexico and developed his work ethic by working on a dairy farm. He loved to ride horses on the farm, but it wasn’t until he was 15 years old that he traveled to Cancún, Mexico to help his brother as a Quarter trainer. As a means to pay for jockey school, Read More

Iglesias recovering after fingers sliced by drone

Heartthrob Enrique Iglesias recently was injured by a self-inflicted wound during his show in Tijuana, Mexico. Iglesias’ show was part of his Sex and Love World tour that began in early September. According to NBC news, ”During the show a drone is used to get crowd shots and some nights Enrique grabs the drone to Read More