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Tag Results for "Latino"

“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 »

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 »

Latino Hotel Association Establishes Procurement Committee

Latino Hotel Association Establishes Procurement Committee to Boost Number of Latino Businesses in Hospitality Industry. Officials of the Latino Hotel Association (LHA) continue reading »

LULAC Warns That State and Local Funding Flexibility Act Will Further Disadvantage Minority

Today, the House of Representatives will mark up The State and Local Funding Flexibility Act, as introduced, will relieve any incentive of schools to commit federal dollars to low-income and historically disadvantaged students, and Native students. continue reading »

Congressman on Ethnic Museums in D.C.: That’s Not What America is All About

Currently, a Native American museum sits on Washington's National Mall, with an African-American museum expected to open in 2015, as well as a museum dedicated to Latinos. continue reading »

Illegal Organ Transplants in Latin America Exploit the Poor as Patients Grow Desperate

As many are looking for any means of escaping poverty, the illicit market of organ transplants is growing. Every year, about 5,000 gravely people form the United States, Saudi Arabia, continue reading »

“If You Don’t Succeed Try Again and Again Latin Style” (VIDEO)

Watch this persistent Latino pooch try his best to get a proper peek of his new best friend! continue reading »

Dynamite Taio Cruz’s Launches New Video Just in Time for Christmas (VIDEO)

Watch British-Brazilian Cruz cruise about in posh BMW cars with Travie McCoy in his new instant dance club classic 'Higher.' continue reading »

Chicago’s Latino Theater Company “Teatro Vista” Celebrates 20 Years

The award winning theater group Teatro Vista, Chicago's largest equity Latino company, is celebrating its 20th season, with an original performance entitled "26 Miles." continue reading »