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INDEPENDENCIA DE COLOMBIA EN ARIZONA

INDEPENDENCIA DE COLOMBIA EN ARIZONA

INDEPENDENCIA DE COLOMBIA EN ARIZONA Invitados especiales THE LATIN BROTHERS  Cuando: Julio 15 de 2017 Dónde: 1602 E. Roosevelt St. Phoenix AZ 85006 (Plaza Tradiciones) Puertas abren: 7:00 pm Evento: 9:00 pm-2:00 am Celebrando un año más de la Independencia

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Quinceañera For 15 Year-old Cat

Quinceañera For 15 Year-old Cat

 Quinceañera For 15 Year-old Cat  By Elyse Wanshel   This is meow-gical. A family in Charlotte, North Carolina decided to throw their cat, Luna, a beautifully frilly quinceañera for her 15th birthday. Angel Olavarria A cat living her best life. A

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In A Latino Household, You Know These 11 Items Were Never Used For Their Main Purpose

In A Latino Household, You Know These 11 Items Were Never Used For Their Main Purpose

In A Latino Household, You Know These 11 Items Were Never Used For Their Main Purpose By Jessica Garcia We’ve probably all searched a thing or two in Urban Dictionary to find out what the slang definition is for something.

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7 Latino Books About Mothers

7 Latino Books About Mothers

 7 Latino Books About Mothers by Rigoberto González Any month is a good month to appreciate our special bond with the women who nurtured us. Let’s take a closer look at how Latino authors have been writing compelling stories about

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Latino-American Jean-Michel Basquiat Painting Goes For $110 million – A Record for an American

Latino-American Jean-Michel Basquiat Painting Goes For $110 million – A Record for an American

Latino-American Jean-Michel Basquiat Painting Goes For $110 million – A Record for an American by Alex Johnson Jean-Michel Basquiat’s untitled 1982 representation of a skull sold at auction for $110.5 million on Thursday — a record for an American painting and the

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Eva Longoria Says That “Latinos in America Must Unite”

Eva Longoria Says That “Latinos in America Must Unite”

Eva Longoria Says That “Latinos in America Must Unite”  By John Rodriguez What do Mexicans, Puerto Ricans, Dominicans, Ecuadorians, Colombians, and Peruvians all have in common? The answer is simple: they are all Latino. The only thing that truly makes anyone from

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7-Year-Old Fashion Social Media Icon

7-Year-Old Fashion Social Media Icon

7-Year-Old Fashion Social Media Icon By LatinTrends.com Haileigh Vasquez is a fashionista at heart. This 7-year-old Dominican princess is amazingly gifted and she is gifting the world with her charisma and talent. Her almost 200k Instagram followers love seeing her

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Future of Latino Art and Cultural Center Need You

Future of Latino Art and Cultural Center Need You

Future of Latino Art and Cultural Center Need You By Editor The Phoenix Office of Arts and Culture is conducting a capital needs assessment and feasibility study that will inform the development of a possible Latino cultural institution in the

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A STUNNING TREASURY OF LATINX-AUTHORED BOOKS ON THIS INSTAGRAM

A STUNNING TREASURY OF LATINX-AUTHORED BOOKS ON THIS INSTAGRAM

A STUNNING TREASURY OF LATINX-AUTHORED BOOKS ON THIS INSTAGRAM Growing up in a Jewish neighborhood in Queens, New York, Sabrina Rodriguez often felt disconnected from her Latindidad. Hoping to get in tune with her roots, the Puerto Rican-Cuban-Italian turned to

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John Leguizamo – Learning Latino History Would’ve Changed His Life

John Leguizamo – Learning Latino History Would’ve Changed His Life

John Leguizamo – Learning Latino History Would’ve Changed His Life By Carolina Moreno John Leguizamo’s new one-man show, “Latin History for Morons,” is all about giving Latinos credit for their place in U.S. history. In an interview with Vogue published Thursday,

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