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11 Spanish Songs You Grew Up On That Were Originally English Hits

11 Spanish Songs You Grew Up On That Were Originally English Hits

11 Spanish Songs You Grew Up On That Were Originally English Hits By Omar Villegas If you grew up listening to music en Español, or at the very least, your mom blasted her favorite music while cleaning over the weekend, you’ve

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10 Go-To Karaoke Songs For Latinas

10 Go-To Karaoke Songs For Latinas

10 Go-To Karaoke Songs For Latinas by Nichole Fratangelo Ah, karaoke –  the best excuse to embarrass yourself on a bar stage in front of strangers. You may have exhausted your share of Bruce Springsteen and Adele, so add these

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7 Latinos Share The Struggles Of Being Bilingual In Hilarious Video

7 Latinos Share The Struggles Of Being Bilingual In Hilarious Video

7 Latinos Share The Struggles Of Being Bilingual In Hilarious Video Double the language, double the fun? By Carolina Moreno When you grow up being bilingual, you quickly learn that constantly switching between two languages comes with its own set

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Romeo Santos on His New Album ‘Golden’

Romeo Santos on His New Album ‘Golden’

Romeo Santos on His New Album ‘Golden’ by Amorray Marcano Another Latino makes history! On July 20th, the “King of Bachata” got the opportunity to light up the Empire State building just before releasing his new album. MORE: 5 Times Romeo

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Google Homepage Honors Dolores del Río

Google Homepage Honors Dolores del Río

Google Homepage Honors Dolores del Río by Alexis Morillo If you happen to look something up on Google today, you’ll be greeted by a beautiful Google doodle representing the iconic actress Dolores del Río. MORE: 20 Essential Latina Movie Goddesses!

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Mexican artist José Luis Cuevas dies

Mexican artist José Luis Cuevas dies

Mexican artist José Luis Cuevas dies by REUTERS Mexican artist José Luis Cuevas, who set out to shock a national art scene dominated by mural painters and once even put his own semen into an exhibition, has died at the age

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Latino Books to Enjoy This Summer

Latino Books to Enjoy This Summer

Latino Books to Enjoy This Summer by RIGOBERTO GONZÁLEZ The sunny days of summer have arrived, and hopefully so has the opportunity to enjoy some time reading by the pool, beach, or on your quiet porch. What better way to relieve some

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Summer Travel: Six Places to Explore Our Latino Heritage

Summer Travel: Six Places to Explore Our Latino Heritage

Summer Travel: Six Places to Explore Our Latino Heritage by Catalina Gonella Summer is finally here, which means the travel bug is getting ready to bite. If you’re looking for new places to explore on a long summer weekend, why

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Time for a Latino Museum on National Mall

Time for a Latino Museum on National Mall

Time for a Latino Museum on National Mall by Patricia Guadalupe While Washington has been focusing on a number of other issues, supporters of a Latino Smithsonian museum have been quietly working behind the scenes, pushing Congress to vote this year

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Latino Father’s Day Reading List

Latino Father’s Day Reading List

Latino Father’s Day Reading List by RIGOBERTO GONZÁLEZ As a person who grew into adulthood without a father, I gravitated toward those books that taught me something about the experience of having (or not having) an older male presence in

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