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Spanglish: El Bad Boy de Linguistics

Spanglish: El Bad Boy de Linguistics

By Joe Ray I’ve always spoken Spanglish. I think most bicultural, bilingual Latinos (and many non-Latinos) use Spanglish. You’re probably familiar with it. Or should be. Why do we speak in Spanglish? Because we can. On a personal interaction level,

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An authentic Brazilian Carnaval in Arizona!

An authentic Brazilian Carnaval in Arizona!

Too late or pockets not deep enough to book a trip to carnival in Brazil? Not to worry! Experience the excitement, the sensual sights, the pounding rhythms, and the authenticity of the world’s biggest party at Afro:Baile’s 4th Annual Carnaval

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CALA 2013 Festival seeks art proposals

CALA 2013 Festival seeks art proposals

The CALA Alliance is inviting arts nonprofits to be a part of the 2013 CALA International Festival by submitting Project Partnership proposals by March 2.   Arts organizations are asked to submit a 2-page summary of ideas for a collaborative

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Latin American Art at PAM

Latin American Art at PAM

By Ruben Hernandez The Phoenix Art Museum continues to bring some of the best of Latin American art when Order, Chaos and the Space Between: Contemporary Latin American Art From the Diane and Bruce Halle Collection debuts on Feb. 6

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Art Project Captures Border Violence And Hardships

Art Project Captures Border Violence And Hardships

By Monica Ortiz Uribe Source: http://knau.org/post/art-project-captures-border-violence-and-hardships Art has a way of redefining public spaces, particularly those marked by hardship or violence. That’s what drew photographer Stefan Falke to the U.S. – Mexico border. He’s capturing the work of bi-national artists

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Julio Cesar Morales sees dynamic role in arts community

Julio Cesar Morales sees dynamic role in arts community

By Ruben Hernandez  ArizonaLatinos welcomes Julio Cesar Morales, an exciting new artist, curator, and educator, to the thriving Phoenix metro art scene. He comes to the Valley from San Francisco.  Born in Tijuana, Mexico, Morales will curate shows at the

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Scottsdale-Alamos Sister City Program creates art for sale

By Ruben Hernandez  Wooden chairs created by Alamos, Sonora, Mexico craftsmen are being turned into works of art by Scottsdale students and adult artists in the Scottsdale sister-city project, “Las Sillas de Alamos” (The Chairs of Alamos).  “Las Sillas de

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Holiday World Tour” celebra las tradiciones invernales a través del mundo con música en vivo

Holiday World Tour” celebra las tradiciones invernales a través del mundo con música en vivo

A partir del 6 de diciembre, hasta el 6 de enero, el Museo de Instrumentos Musicales presentara, “Holiday World Tour,” una celebración de la temporada invernal destacando una amplia muestra de la música y cultura mundial.  El programa, particionado en

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Phoenix Opera’s Los Tres Tenores thrill with holiday shows

Phoenix Opera’s Los Tres Tenores thrill with holiday shows

By Ruben Hernandez  Many of us love the passion and drama of novelas. But Latinos who enjoy opera know they can find these same exciting themes in Phoenix Opera’s upcoming entertainment line-up for the upcoming holidays and through the spring

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A stroll in the art: The Scottsdale Holiday ArtWalk

A stroll in the art: The Scottsdale Holiday ArtWalk

By Ruben Hernandez The Scottsdale ArtWalk in Scottsdale’s Old Town district continues a long and proud tradition of entertaining Valley art lovers with its Holiday ArtWalk on Thursday, Dec. 6, from 7-9 PM Established 30 years ago, this festive event

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