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Jenni Rivera Lives On In Her Best-selling Book

Jenni Rivera Lives On In Her Best-selling Book

By Ruben Hernandez  Jenni Rivera will always be La Diva de La Banda to her millions of fans, and now after her tragic death, her life story and legacy lives on through her best-selling book,  Unbreakable: My Story, My Way.

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Clan-Destine: Creating a Mainstream Cross-Over Sound

Clan-Destine: Creating a Mainstream Cross-Over Sound

By Ruben Hernandez Arizona-based band Clan-Destine shoots for the American mainstream market in its headliner concert “Clan-Destine and Friends,” Saturday, July 27 at Wild Horse Pass Casino and Hotel. The band hopes to join other ethnic musicians that have successfully

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Colombian Patriots Activism Resulted in Colombia's Independence

Colombian Patriots Activism Resulted in Colombia's Independence

By Ruben Hernandez The Casa de la Cultura Colombiana in the Valley celebrated Colombia’s Independence Day on July 20. AZLatinos shares the history of that country’s fight for independence with our readers. Colombia liberated from Spain on July 20, 1810. That marked

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NEA: Artists Important to Arizona's Economy, Culture

NEA: Artists Important to Arizona's Economy, Culture

What do we know about the 2.1 million artists in the United States’ and Arizona’s labor force? To help answer that question, the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) today released “Equal Opportunity Data Mining: National Statistics about Working Artists.”

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Gennaro Garcia Talento Latino!

Gennaro Garcia Talento Latino!

By Diana Prieto-Bernal and Taylor Pineda Gennaro Garcia is known in the Valley for his remarkable, enchanting pieces that illuminate rusticity of urban art and style. Gennaro is quite humble about his talents, primarily self-envisioning himself as a family-oriented man,

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Latino circus performer Chico loves to entertain

Latino circus performer Chico loves to entertain

By Ruben Hernandez Michael Santiago, better known as Chico, told ArizonaLatinos in a phone interview that balance is a quality needed for the intense, acrobatic moves and routines that he performs with the King Charles Troupe of unicycles in the Ringling

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La Academia en PHX- Audiciones Junio 30

La Academia en PHX- Audiciones Junio 30

        Es el momento de que muestres tu talento participando en las audiciones de Phoenix y seas parte de la historia!  A 11 años de ser el reality musical con mayor éxito en México, EE.UU. y América Latina, La Academia regresa

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La Academia en Phoenix- Audiciones Junio 30

La Academia en Phoenix- Audiciones Junio 30

            Es el momento de que muestres tu talento participando en las audiciones de Phoenix y seas parte de la historia!  A 11 años de ser el reality musical con mayor éxito en México, EE.UU. y América

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Obama Inaugural Fundraising Benefits Latino Arts

Obama Inaugural Fundraising Benefits Latino Arts

Hispanics exercised powerful political muscle during the 2012 presidential election, helping send President Barack Obama back to the White House and catapulting immigration reform to the forefront of the national agenda. Now, the community is using the hundreds of thousands

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CALACA Artists Highlight First Friday Art Shows

CALACA Artists Highlight First Friday Art Shows

The first Friday of every month the downtown and central Phoenix areas transform into a gigantic art canvas where art lovers and tourists plan their own self-guided art walks. There are more than 70 galleries and art-related spaces, hundreds of

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