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Latin Grammy Award Winning Molotov Looking to Sharpen Their Message

Mexican rock band Molotov, known for taking overtly political stances on social issues in its songs, says it now prefers to seek more subtle and intelligent ways to convey its message. "We have to find a smart way to express ourselves in terms of what's happening right now," vocalist and guitarist Tito Fuentes said at a press conference. continue reading »

Mexican Artist Victor Hugo Zayas Turns Guns into Art

Victor Hugo Zayas is a Mexican painter and sculptor who uses guns recovered by the city of Los Angeles' Gun Buyback Initiative to create works that he exhibits in California. continue reading »

See What Famous Muralist Jeff Soto, a Chevy Sonic, and a Robotic Paint Gun Can Create (VIDEO)

As part of the promotional campaign for the new Sonic, Chevrolet has filmed a series of stunts, the latest being a partnership with world-famous muralist Jeff Soto. Soto is an artist, illustrator and muralist who has exhibited in galleries and museums aroun continue reading »

Jon Secada Looks Back at His Legacy with “Otra vez”

Twenty years after he began his career as a performer, Jon Secada is returning to the music scene with "Otra vez," an album on which he offers unreleased compositions and reestablishes his legacy as a br continue reading »

“No Longer Empty” Fills New York Mansion With Work of Hispanic Artists

An exhibition named after F. Scott Fitzgerald's debut novel "This Side of Paradise" is bringing art, splendor and new life to a New York mansion that once served as a rest home for the formerly wealthy. "Our mission is to transform the empty spaces with art," said Jodie Dinapoli, program director of No Longer Empty, a New York-based non-profit arts organization that since 2009 has filled buildings with works of installation art, including the 32 creations distributed throughout the Andrew Freedman Home in The Bronx. continue reading »

Antonio Pelayo, Dept. Head at Disney Studios, Documents his Families Migration

With the same dedication he employs to draws storybook scenes, Antonio Pelayo, head of the Special Effects Department at Disney Studios, recounts in pictures the migration of his family and does pencil portraits of Hispanic icons. continue reading »

Grammy Nominations Announced, Bruno Mars Nominated for 6

Bruno Mars, the only Latino artist nominated outside of the Latino categories picked up 6 Grammy nods, including Album of the Year, Record of the Year & Song of the Year. continue reading »

Maria Muldaur Releases New CD- Steady Love

In 1974, singer Maria Muldaur(born Maria Grazia Rosa Domenica D'Amato became an international pop sensation with her hit song “Midnight At The Oasis.” Since then, she’s recorded nearly 40 albums, weaving between blues, folk, jazz and gospel. Her latest effort Steady Love falls into a category she calls “bluesiana.” continue reading »

Watch Shakira’s Mexican Burro Race! (VIDEO)

Check out this hilarious video of the Colombian singer enjoying her last few days in México, on her “Sale El Sol” World Tour. continue reading »

Watch Ricky Martin and New Boyfriend at GLAAD Media Awards (VIDEO)

Ricky Martin was honored at the New York Marriott Marquis on Saturday (March 19) in New York City with a GLAAD Media Award. continue reading »

Shakira Honored at Harvard University (VIDEO)

The singer from Barranquilla, Colombia, received an award on Saturday from the Harvard Foundation (the university's center for intercultural arts and science initiatives) for her artistic and humanitarian work. continue reading »

Watch Facebook Live’s Interview with JUANES - A Latino First (VIDEO)

Juanes, who just released his new single "REGALITO" became the first latino to be interviewed by Facebook Live! continue reading »

Could Ricky Martin’s Gay Right Efforts Be Marring his Upcoming Tour?

While preparing for a tour for which very few tickets have been sold, the Puerto Rican singer is due to get an Award from The Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD), honoring his significant efforts in promoting equal rights for the Latino GLBTQ community. continue reading »