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Blog Entries by HS News Staff

Sibling Trio “Vazquez Sounds” Signed to Sony Music

Move over Donnie and Marie, a new set of star siblings are here. After their cover of Adele’s “Rolling in the Deep” went viral, “Vazquez Sounds” became internet sensations, and with over 14 million views, record companies took notice. continue reading »

George López First Post “López Tonight” TV Project Revealed Involves Comedian Mark Viera

According to TVGuide.com, George Lopez is negotiating a new half-hour sitcom for FOX, based on the life of comedian Mark Viera. López will executive produce. continue reading »

Online Petition to Allow Immigrant Family Members of Citizens to Apply for VISA from Here

US Senator Robert Menendez (D-NJ) launched an online petition in support of allowing immigrant family members of U.S. citizens and residents to apply for “waivers of the three and ten year unlawful presence bars” from within the United States. continue reading »

Spanish Study Says 43% of Orange Juice Served at Bars is Contaminated

A Study from the University of Valencia found dangerous levels of bacteria in 43% of the orange juices used at Spanish bars for mixed drinks. continue reading »

iTunes Store Opens in Latin America

Yesterday, Latin American iTunes Store users could only download apps for their Apple devices; today, they can purchase music, movies, TV shows and more! At midnight this morning, the iTune continue reading »

Jennifer Lopez to be Featured in JBL Hi-Fi Equipment Ad Campaign

HARMAN International Industries announced today that international superstar Jennifer Lopez will star in a new brand campaign with the company's iconic Harman Kardon audio brand. Ms. Lopez continue reading »

Actor Alberto de Mendoza of Argentina Dies at 88

Argentine actor Alberto de Mendoza, one of the heartthrobs of Spanish movies and the leading man in close to 200 films co-starring such actresses as Carmen Sevilla and Sara Montiel, died Monday in Madrid, the AISGE performing artists association said. He was 88. continue reading »

Homeland Security Launches “If You See Something, Say Something” PSA’s in Spanish

Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano today unveiled new Spanish-language Public Service Announcements (PSAs) for the Department of Homeland Security's continue reading »

Peru to Spend $25 Million on Early Education Projects

The Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) approved a loan to Peru for $25 million for an early education project that will foster safe schools continue reading »

Former Brazilian President Lula Begins Final Round of Chemo

Former Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva entered the Sirio Libanes Hospital in Sao Paulo on Monday for his third and final round of chemotherapy to treat the cancer of the larynx he was diagnosed with in October. continue reading »

Spanish Royal In-Law Told to Refrain from Official Activities

Iñaki Urdangarin, son-in-law of Spain's King Juan Carlos, will cease to take part in official activities of the Royal Family amid the controversy over a judicial investigation into continue reading »

He Raped Her, She Forgave Him, They Got Married, He Murdered Her

An 18 year old Argentine girl was stabbed to death in front of her child by the man who had raped her, and had forgiven him enough to accept him as her husband. continue reading »

Ladies in White Harassed in Havana After Weekly Procession

Members of the dissident movement Ladies in White, which fights for the freeing of political prisoners, were harassed by government supporters after their weekly procession in the Cuban capital. continue reading »

Julio Iglesias to Play Show in Tel Aviv Tonight

Spanish singer Julio Iglesias will perform on Monday in Israel, a country with which he says he has a strong professional and emotional relationship and where he has thousands of fans. continue reading »

We’re Aren’t a ‘Narco State’ Says Puerto Rico

The government denied that Puerto Rico has become a "narco-state," after local economists' estimates that the illegal drug trade contributes about 20 percent of the Caribbean island's gross domestic product were released. continue reading »