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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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Experience the dazzle of Stylos 2012

Experience the dazzle of Stylos 2012

Activist Dolores Huerta will be honored with the Orgullo Award. By Ruben Hernandez If you’ve ever been to past Stylos Awards ceremonies, you’ll recall the sharp-dress Latinos and Latinas, the dazzling fashion show with local models to a throbbing musical

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Celebrating Latino Talent

Celebrating Latino Talent

By: Cristina K Muñoz, CKM Public Affairs & Communication The Established and Up-and-Coming Alike! It has long been said that Latino actors are often overlooked for leading roles or are typecast in roles that for the longest time have been

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EL DESAFIO DEL CAMBIO

EL DESAFIO DEL CAMBIO

By Clara Arenas & Mirna Pineda La vida es sencilla, los seres humanos la enmarañamos. Hacemos nudos donde había líneas simples, pasamos el tiempo sufriendo por lo que no podemos arreglar, padecemos de insomnio por querer resolver los problemas económicos.

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Axé Capoeira brings Brazilian Festival to the Valley

Axé Capoeira brings Brazilian Festival to the Valley

Grupo Axé Capoeira Arizona invites the public to an exciting event that will bring people from all over the world to the Valley for four days this month. On Nov. 8-11, Grupo Axé Capoeira will host its11th Annual Capoeira Batizado

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ASU creates Mariachi course and partners with local Latinos

ASU creates Mariachi course and partners with local Latinos

By Ruben Hernandez November 13 is an historic day for the Arizona State University School of Music, Rosie’s House, and the Latino community. This is the day that Rosie’s House and the ASU School of Music celebrate their launch of

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