‘Mamma Mia’ to Stop by the ASU Gammage: Meet Cast Member Danny Lopez

‘Mamma Mia’ to Stop by the ASU Gammage: Meet Cast Member Danny Lopez

By: Carla León Celaya Have you ever wondered how someone landed their stage role? From Connecticut, based out of New York, and with Puerto Rican sabor, Danny Lopez is the swing/dance captain on the national tour of Mamma Mia –

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David Farca: Entrepreneur, Leader and New President of Arizona United Soccer Club

David Farca: Entrepreneur, Leader and New President of Arizona United Soccer Club

(Featured Photo: Provided) By Carla León Recently, a new team president was appointed to the Arizona United Soccer Club. David Farca was born and raised in Mexico City. He is an entrepreneur and community leader and has a degree in

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Jeri Williams ‘Honored and Humbled’ to Serve as Phoenix’s First Female Police Chief

Jeri Williams ‘Honored and Humbled’ to Serve as Phoenix’s First Female Police Chief

By: Cindy G. Castillo Jeri L. Williams’ professional life has been characterized by a number of “firsts” – the first person in her family to pursue a career in law enforcement; and now, she’s all ready to serve as Phoenix’s

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Blanca Mondragón on Building “Amazing Flowers,” Launching “I Said Yes!” Magazine

Blanca Mondragón on Building “Amazing Flowers,” Launching “I Said Yes!” Magazine

By: Cindy G. Castillo  “I am in the business of making people happy.” That’s the business motto that Blanca Mondragón has adopted, which has led to her success as a Latina entrepreneur in the Valley of the Sun. Mondragón is

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Diego Rodriguez Shares Insight on Maricopa County Attorney Run

Diego Rodriguez Shares Insight on Maricopa County Attorney Run

By: Cindy G. Castillo Diego Rodriguez says he’s “fed up” with the incompetence and corruption in county government. That’s the main reason he’s currently running for Maricopa County Attorney. With more than 20 years of experience practicing law, Rodriguez believes

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Bazta Arpaio Campaign Gains Momentum in Fight to Stop America’s Toughest Sheriff

Bazta Arpaio Campaign Gains Momentum in Fight to Stop America’s Toughest Sheriff

(Featured Photo: Facebook — Bazta Arpaio Campaign) By: Cindy G. Castillo The efforts to stop Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio hit home for Viridiana Hernandez, after her father’s workplace was raided back in 2014. Today, she proudly stands as a

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Latina Designers Monica Mauro, Amanda Casarez to Showcase their Talents at Phoenix Fashion Week

Latina Designers Monica Mauro, Amanda Casarez to Showcase their Talents at Phoenix Fashion Week

By: Isabel Byfield Phoenix Fashion Week is right around the corner, and Latinos everywhere have plenty of reasons to be proud because we will be well represented by two talented Latina designers: Monica Mauro and Amanda Casarez. Monica Mauro brings a

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AZHCC Reaches 20 Years of ‘DATOS: The State of Arizona’s Hispanic Market’

AZHCC Reaches 20 Years of ‘DATOS: The State of Arizona’s Hispanic Market’

By: Cindy G. Castillo The Arizona Hispanic Chamber of Commerce has more than one reason to celebrate this year, but the most important will be taking place on September 27 when they host the 20th Annual “DATOS: The State of

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Antonio Proto Shares Insight on New Phoenix Office of Economic Development in Hermosillo, Sonora

Antonio Proto Shares Insight on New Phoenix Office of Economic Development in Hermosillo, Sonora

By: Cindy G. Castillo Antonio Proto says he’s proud of the work that the city of Phoenix has done to increase its economic presence in Mexico. And the work continues, as it recently opened a new Phoenix Northern Mexico Office

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Tomas Robles: Supporting AZ Healthy Working Families Initiative is ‘Personal’

Tomas Robles: Supporting AZ Healthy Working Families Initiative is ‘Personal’

(Featured Photo: Tomas Robles/azhealthyfamilies.org) By: Cindy G. Castillo Tomas Robles believes the AZ Healthy Working Families Initiative is a stepping-stone to improve the lives of an estimated one million Arizonans. Robles is currently chairman of the campaign, which looks to

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