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If Only Getting Fast Internet Was Fast… Oh Wait, It Is!

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Technology. It’s supposed to make our lives easier, but sometimes it does the complete opposite. As an entrepreneur, running several media companies, I cannot afford to waste time and am always looking for ways to make my life, and business processes faster. And as an internet-based entrepreneur, I need reliable fast internet to assure that Read More

Ariana Grande’s Break Your Heart Right Back

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Ariana Grande has excelled in her career since her debut in 2008. The Florida native is half Sicilian and half Abruzzese. As of 2014, Ariana has earned a total of 19 awards from 47 nominations.  On August 25th, Ariana Grande will be releasing her second album filled with secret mementos in her personal diary. The singer Read More

Latino identity seen through our music Part 2

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As summer begins to wind down and we look back at all the family gatherings, asados at the lake or heading out to the beach for some fun in the sun, one of the things that help mark these outings is the soundtrack for the day. As we talked about a few weeks ago, music Read More

Romeo Santos returns home

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On July 11th and 12th, history was made when Bronx native Romeo Santos sold out both nights of his homecoming concert, cementing his status as the King of Bachata and the first Latino superstar in 40 years to sell out Yankee Stadium. He has stayed true to his Latino roots in performing mainly Bachata songs, fusing Read More

Bachata hits a home run in the Bronx

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This weekend, New York’s Yankee Stadium will be hosting what will be a historical concert for the 50,000 person venue. For the first time in history, a Latino artist, Bachata songster Romeo Santos, will take the Yankee Stadium stage in front of a sold out crowd for two nights in a row. Internationally known as Read More

Luis Fonsi: New album, new city, new inspirations

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Luis Fonsi is mostly known for being the Latino Grammy winning singer for songs such as “Nada es Para Siempre”, and “Aqui Estoy Yo”. Now, Fonsi is working on his next album, based on an interview he did with Latina.com audiences are in for something new. Not only is Fonsi working with Martin Terefe, a Read More

Daddy Yankee’s somber “Ora Por Mi”

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Daddy Yankee recently released a new music video. “Ora por mi” was a long awaited single and music video. It has been making waves because of the somber feeling it elicits in viewers. With about half of the music video in black and white and its beginning in a cemetery, it gives viewers thoughts about their lives and Read More

Latino identity seen through our music

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“I grew up in the sixties watching B.B. King and Tito Puente and Miles Davis and John Coltrane, everybody, Marvin Gaye, Jimi Hendrix. And at the same time, with my left eye I was watching Dolores Huerta, Cesar Chavez, Martin Luther King, Malcolm X, Mother Teresa…” – Carlos Santana Perhaps one of the most notable Read More

Mariah doesn’t know what to do

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Mariah Carey is known in the public eye as not only one of America’s top high noted singers, but also as one of America’s self proclaimed divas. In the beginning of her career, Carey released her first self-titled album Mariah Carey, which quickly made its way to becoming multiplatinum. In recent years, Carey’s career has Read More

Jennifer Lopez no longer thinks the music industry is magical

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Things have changed in the music industry since Jenny left the block in the 90s. When she arrived on the scene the music industry felt like “Oz”, and that isn’t hard to believe. In the 90s, the label would allocate $1 million for a music video; today, the 44-year-old is trying to recreate the magic Read More