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Theater in Argentina Now Serves as Magnificent Bookstore and Café

In 1919, the doors to the Teatro Gran Splendid opened in Buenos Aires, Argentina, but after the theater closed and was leased to Grupo Ilhsa in February 2000 it became one of the most impressive bookstores in the world. continue reading »

Scarlett Johansson’s Image Used on Sex Shop Business Cards Without Permission

Scarlett Johansson appears to be the latest star to have her image used without her permission. Ms. Johansson currently appears on business cards for a store in Calexico continue reading »

Hard Rock Looking to Open New Hotel & Casino in Peru

The capital of Peru looks like it will soon become the home of a new Hard Rock Café & Casino. The new resort is scheduled to open in 2014 in Lima and will make it the continue reading »

Botero’s Bronze “El Gato” Has His Whisker Stolen in Medellin

One of the whiskers on the giant "El Gato" (The Cat) statue donated by painter and sculptor Fernando Botero to his native Medellin has been stolen, an official in the Colombian city told Efe. The theft targeting the 1,050-kilo (1.2-ton) work of art occurred on Holy Thursday. continue reading »

Check Out the First Trailer for “Mrs. Eastwood & Company” - Starring the Icon’s Wife and Family

E! has finally released the first trailer for the upcoming reality show “Mrs. Eastwood & Company”. Clint Eastwood, his wife Dina Ruiz Eastwood, and their family signed continue reading »

Freak Horse Accident Kills Mexican Bull Rider in Illinois

Bull rider Gonzalo Tortugal was injured in a freak accident as he attempting to get onto a horse in the northern Illinois suburb of Wadsworth on Sunday. The 20-year-old from Mexico was reportedly with continue reading »

Teen Birth Rate Lowest in History, Latinos Have Highest Rate of Teen Births

Today’s report from the national Center for Health Statistics is showing that teen birth rates is the lowest in 70 years, and those low rates apply to all ethnics minorities as well. continue reading »

Mexican Actress Kate del Castillo Happy Telenovela “La Reina del Sur” Has English Subtitles

Mexican actress Kate del Castillo hails the use of English subtitles in the telenovela "La Reina del Sur" (Queen of the South). "Yes, I like it that mun2 has dared to do something like this because a lot continue reading »

Children Born to Obese Moms May Face Higher Autism Risk: Study

Maternal obesity, overweight also linked to other developmental delays. Children born to obese or very overweight mothers are at higher risk of having autism or developmental delays, new research suggests. continue reading »

Arizona’s ‘Show Me Your Papers’ Law in the U.S. Supreme Court: What’s at Stake?

The enactment in April 2010 of Arizona’s immigration enforcement law, S.B. 1070, which targets undocumented immigrants and increases the authority of local police, was an ominous sign for the direction of the immigration debate in this country. By signing into law the most restrictive anti-immigrant piece of state legislation the country has ever seen, Gov. Jan Brewer (R-AZ) declared that Arizona would pursue its own immigration policy—“attrition through enforcement.” continue reading »

Teen Drinking May Boost Odds of Precancerous Breast Changes

The more alcohol consumed, the higher the likelihood, researchers say. Teenage girls and young adult women who drink even moderate amounts of alcohol appear to increase their risk o continue reading »

Aging by Dr. Ellen McMahon

Growing old is not for the faint of heart. There are lots of things that change whether you like it or not. Suddenly things that you took for granted as a constant are no longer there and that includes people! continue reading »

Blog del Narco: Four Bodies Discovered in Water Well

The bodies of four men in a state of decomposition were found in the interior of a water well in the municipality of Rio Verde, police officials said. According to a report received by the state police, a body was discovered in the well at the Pump House, in the Miguel Hidalgo ejido. continue reading »

Fidel Castro Pokes Fun at President Obama’s Plan to Wear Cuba’s “Official Garment” to Summit

Fidel Castro is poking fun at U.S. President Barack Obama's plans to sport a guayabera - a tropical shirt that is Cuba's official garment - during this week's Summit of the Americas in Colombia, where the Communist-ruled island will not be represented. continue reading »

Illinois Gov. Quinn Grants Clemency to 52 People

April 6, 2012. Governor Pat Quinn today granted 52 and denied 136 clemency petitions. This action marks another step in a series of clemency decisions aimed at eliminating a backlog of more than 2,500 cases that built up during the previous administration. continue reading »

Latino Liar: Stair Climber Believed to Have Cheated and Taken Elevator During Charity Event

On March 31, the Aon Center in Los Angeles, California was the site of the 2012 Fight for Air Climb, in which participants climb/race up 62 stories and raise money for charity. continue reading »

Blog del Narco: Mexican Singer Kidnapped and Shot for Refusing to Perform Song in Sinaloa

A singer with the norteña band Los Ciclones del Arroyo was kidnapped and shot in the leg after refusing to perform a song requested by a group of people at a party in Choix, a city in the northwestern Mexican state of Sinaloa, police said. Julio Cesar Leyva Beltran was abducted early Saturday, but he was later released and hospitalized in Los Mochis with a leg fracture caused by the gunshot. continue reading »

McDonald’s Brazil Looks to Expand Along with Country’s Growth

The world’s largest fast-food hamburger chain, McDonald’s, is planning to expand along with Brazil’s ever-growing economy, increasing its presence in the country’s the mid-sized cities. continue reading »

POLL:  Roughly Half of American Adults Consider Easter One of Nation’s Most Important Holidays

Today is Easter, and most Americans will find a way to celebrate from making hard boiled eggs to baking green bean casseroles, all in the name of the resurrection of Christ. continue reading »

HS-News Wishes Our Readers a Very Happy Easter!

As a celebration, HS-News brings you photos of how Catholics around the world celebrate this day. continue reading »