(Featured Photo: Mambo Exquisite Dance Co.) By Carla León Celaya You park your car, turn off the engine, and before you even think about opening the door – the music has already filled your personal space. Where can the music
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Por: Aydali Campa Pieza exclusiva para AZLatinos.com “Yo no fui de esos cantantes o personas que descubrieron su talento a los tres años que agarró el micrófono,” dijo el joven cantante local Juan Félix en una entrevista exclusiva con AZLatinos.com.
By: Cindy G. Castillo Richard E. Garcia takes pride in offering Valley customers more than 23 years of experience in buying, selling, and leasing commercial properties. Garcia’s career began in banking and financing in Tucson; and after 15 years, he decided
By: Cindy G. Castillo Alexandra Figueroa is proud of the work General Motors is doing to empower women. As a Manufacturing Software Engineer for the company, not only has Figueroa been able to work for General Motors in a Science,
By Shirley Velásquez for Las Fabulosas Ingrid Hoffmann is more than a celebrity chef. She’s also a teacher, showing a nation how to prepare healthy and savory Latin meals. In addition to creating countless recipes, the cilantro-loving chef hosts Food
By: Jessica Danielle Ramirez Journalism might look glamorous from an outside perspective. From red carpet events, flattering fan mail and interviews with interesting personalities, it’s easy for people to view journalism as an attractive career. Although the perks are rewarding,
By: Cindy G Castillo “Pinch me! I feel like I am still dreaming,” Mary Rábago laughs as she looks at a year back. Mary Rábago has fulfilled one of her dreams and conquered a new challenge in becoming an entrepreneur.
By: Cindy G. Castillo Dr. Javier Cardenas, director of the Barrow Concussion and Brain Injury Center at Barrow Neurological Institute, is being honored by Cox Communications during Hispanic Heritage Month. His focus derives on the commitment to care, treat and
By: Cindy G. Castillo Spanish actor Óscar Jaenada will immortalize the legendary Mexican comic film actor, producer and screenwriter Mario Moreno “Cantinflas” on the big screen. “Cantinflas, La Pelicula” will be released on theaters August 29, and it tells the
By: Cindy G. Castillo Nancy Liliana Godoy, Assistant Archivist of the Chicano/a Research Collection at Arizona State University’s Archives and Special Collections, is a passionate advocate for the Latino and Native American communities in the library and archives field. Established