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Blog Entries by Nickie Lewis

Celebrate What it Truly Means to be ‘Hecho en Mexico’ (VIDEO)

From Diego Luna and Alejandro Fernandez, to Carla Morrison and Chavela Vargas, director Duncan Bridgeman weaves a cinematic tapestry composed of original songs and insights from the most iconic artists and perform continue reading »

Actress Joanna Garcia and MLB’s Nick Swisher Expecting Baby in Spring

Actress Joanna Garcia has announced that she and her beau are expecting their first child. Garcia, whose first major role was as pregnant teen Cheyenne Hart Montgomery on continue reading »

Air Force Instructor Convicted of Rape and Sexual Assault

Last summer, Air Force Staff Sgt. Luis Walker was removed from his job at Lackland Air Force base in San Antonio, Texas and charged with having illicit sexual contact with multiple women and allegedly raping one of them. continue reading »

To Aid in Search of Rebels, Venezuela and Colombia Militarize Shared Border

The governments of Colombia and Venezuela on Tuesday consolidated their joint fight against Colombian rebels, militarizing both sides of the border in the hunt for guerrillas who killed 12 soldiers in Colombia and later returned to their base in the neighboring country. continue reading »

On World Water Day, Greenpeace Denounces Mexican Water Pollution

Environmental watchdog Greenpeace denounced on World Water Day the pollution of rivers and other surface waters in Mexico and asked the government to establish a policy of zero dumping of toxic substances by 2020. continue reading »

Check Out Will Ferrell Singing in Spanish for ‘Casa de Mi Padre’ (VIDEO)

Will Ferrell sings in Spanish for "Casa de Mi Padre" which opens in theaters on March 16. Check out him singing "Yo No Se". continue reading »

Venezuelan President Chavez Heading to Cuba for Surgery

Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez announced Thursday his impending departure for Cuba to undergo an operation for a lesion in the same part of his body where Cuban surgeons found and removed a cancerous tumor last June. continue reading »

Man Pretending to be Doctor Preyed on Sick in Stem Cell Scheme

A man known to many as "Dr. Frank" has been arrested for preying on desperate patients with incurable diseases. Francisco Morales, 52, is said to have us continue reading »

Spain Calling for Extradition of 15 Salvadorans for 1989 Jesuit Murders

Spain's Cabinet agreed on Friday to request the extradition of 15 Salvadoran military men for the 1989 murders of five Spanish Jesuits in the Central American nation. continue reading »

Doritos Founder Dies at 97, Brought the World a ‘Latin Sort of Snack.’ To Be Buried With Chips

Snackers the world over bowed their heads September 20th, to honor Arch West, the man who brought us Doritos, one of the world’s first national tortilla chip brand and possibly the most popular to this day. continue reading »

BREAKING NEWS: A Gunman Reported to be on Virginia Tech Campus

Thursday - Virginia Tech officials have issued an alert that a gunman was spotted on the university's Blacksburg campus. Reports say a man with a gun was seen near Dietrick continue reading »

WATCH: Demi Lovato’s Heartfelt Video for Her New Single “Skyscraper”

Ryan Seacrest spoke with Demi Lovato about the video for her new single "Skyscraper," which she described as very personal. The 18-year-old starlet, recently out of rehab for an eating disorder and other issues, spoke with the host on "On Air with Ryan Seacrest" and said, continue reading »

Mitt Romney, Official Presidential Candidate’s Family Has Mexican Roots

In a 2007 interview with "60 Minutes" the now-presidential candidate Mitt Romney said he couldn't "imagine anything more awful than polygamy,” when asked about his family’s polygamist continue reading »

¡Ay Dios! Jesse James and Kat Von D are Engaged

After a highly publicized divorce from award winning actress Sandra Bullock just last year, Jesse James has announced he is engaged to tattoo artist Kat Von D. continue reading »

Anti-Immigration Legislation Could Cause Texas Millions in Lost Mexican Investors

“The xenophobic agenda has come to Texas,” said a coordinator with the Reform Immigration for Texas Alliance Adriana Cadena. Businesses, along with religious and civil rights groups say that new Texas anti-immigration legislation continue reading »