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#BestLobsterfest Official Rules

Official Red Lobster #BestLobsterfest Twitter Party Rules  OFFICIAL RULES YOU HAVE NOT YET WON. NO PURCHASE OR PAYMENT OF ANY KIND IS NECESSARY TO ENTER OR WIN. PURCHASE WILL NOT INCREASE YOUR CHANCES OF WINNING. The “Red Lobster #BestLobsterfest Twitter Party” (the “Promotion”) is presented by Red Lobster (“Presenter”). The Promotion is governed by these official Read More

Official Heineken #ShareTheSofa Twitter Party Rules

Official Heineken #ShareTheSofa Twitter Party Rules OFFICIAL RULES YOU HAVE NOT YET WON. NO PURCHASE OR PAYMENT OF ANY KIND IS NECESSARY TO ENTER OR WIN. PURCHASE WILL NOT INCREASE YOUR CHANCES OF WINNING. The “Heineken #ShareTheSofa Twitter Party” (the “Promotion”) is presented by Heineken (“Presenter”). The Promotion is governed by these official rules (“Official Rules”). Read More

Enrique Iglesias EXCLUSIVE Being Latino #LatinGrammys Interview Via 7UP (VIDEO)

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We got the chance to catch up with Enrique Iglesias at his Live It Up concert to ask him a little bit about what he’s doing there, his partnership with @7UP as well as some questions from the Being Latino audience. Below, you’ll see a few brief sound bites as well as one video response!     Read More

What should Latinos look for in their bank?

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A recent survey from TD Bank, America’s Most Convenient Bank®, found that Latinos are more than 10% as likely to have opened a checking account in the past five years as non-Latinos. If you’re one of the millions who will be opening a checking account this year, it’s a good idea to take the time Read More

#Sprintlicious Video Recap of #Blogalicious12

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A new generation of feminists

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- via USA Today Jaime Puente is a first-year graduate student working on a master’s degree in Mexican-American studies. He’s also a feminist, a blogger and an example of how today’s feminist movement might startle its suffragette ancestors.

Cutting off your nose to save your wallet

by Maitri Pamo The mud was in my hands. I was ready to fling it and watch it land at the feet of my accused. In their quest to flex their myopic muscle, some legislators in Congress — just imagine their affiliated party — had been pushing to have much of the authority of the Read More

I was America

From the editor… I was once land of the free, home of the brave. I was a pillar of strength. I welcomed and nurtured you, though none of you were my own. I brought you up to have pride, to build a legacy of hard work and innovation. Though you were all different, your love Read More

9/11 stories to be remembered forever

by Nicolle Morales Kern Remembering the attacks of September 11, 2001 is a process that we have gone through for the past 10 years and will continue to remember for the rest of our lives. Over the past few weeks, there have been calls for you to share your stories and plans to honor the Read More

Turning off the light

By Eileen Rivera Many articles memorializing the 9/11 attacks, begin with “It was a beautiful, clear day…” For days following the attack, the sky remained clear and bright, serving to show the contrast with the fires and devastation on the ground. For years, we have remembered that beautiful blue sky as a backdrop to a Read More