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Blog Entries by HS News Staff

First Bilingual Web-Original Programming Network Launches on YouTube

Web video giant Maker Studios announced today the launch of its flagship online global bilingual network Tutele and Tutele Dos. This is the first bilingual online network of original web continue reading »

Ronaldo, Ahead of Messi in Season’s Goal Count

Real Madrid forward Cristiano Ronaldo scored two penalty kicks this past Saturday and became the top scorer of the season thus far, with a grand total of 16. continue reading »

Dominican Republic First Lady to Be Vice Presidential Candidate in Upcoming Election

The ruling PLD party has proclaimed First Lady Margarita Cedeno de Fernandez as its vice presidential candidate for the next elections in 2012 when her husband's term finishes. continue reading »

Four Women Found Murdered in Argentine Apartment

The bodies of three women and an 11-year-old girl were found in an apartment in the Argentine city of La Plata, 60 kilometers (37 miles) south of Buenos Aires, police said Sunday. continue reading »

Mexico’s Mariachi Music Deemed One of the World’s Cultural Treasures

Twelve elements, ranging from rice planting rituals in Japan to Mexico''s mariachi music to a horseback-riding tradition in France, were added to the United Nations-backed list of the continue reading »

Spanish-Language Rock Pioneers, Mana, Return Triumphantly to Chile

After four years away from Chilean stages, the Mexican Latino rock band Mana appeared before a delighted crowd in this capital's La Florida stadium, giving a romantic and electrifying concert in which they reviewed their hits and the new numbers from their "Drama y Luz" album. continue reading »

Chicago’s O’Hare Begins Weekly NonStop Flights to Cuba

Starting this week Chicago’s O’Hare airport will be offering weekly nonstop flights to Cuba. The charter C&T will offer one flight to Cuba every Friday and offer one weekly return flight from Cuba. continue reading »

First Time in Spain’s History: More People Leaving Country Then Immigrating to It

The economic crisis that broke out in 2008 will result in a net outflow of people from Spain seeking work, the first time since figures have been kept that such an situation has occurred. continue reading »

Mexico Debuts Bicycle-Powered Lighted Christmas Tree

A Christmas tree whose 8,000 lights get their electricity from the kinetic energy of 15 bicycles has been lighted in the Mexican state of Puebla, officials said Sunday. continue reading »

Brazil Kicks Off Holiday Season with World’s Largest Floating Christmas Tree

The world's largest floating Christmas tree has been lighted in Rio de Janeiro, marking the official start of the holiday season in the Brazilian city. continue reading »

Check Out Demi Lovato Lose Hair Extensions While Performing (VIDEO)

No one can deny that Demi Lovato is very much into performing and giving fans her all. Now we have official proof coming from Kansas City this week. continue reading »

AZ Sheriff Arpaio to Join Perry’s NH Presidential Campaign, Set to Endorse Him

Apparently “America’s Toughest Sheriff” and foe of many Latino voters, Joe Arpaio is getting ready to endorse Governor Rick Perry for President. Though many of the Republican contenders continue reading »

Selena’s Going to be a Big Sis’ Soon

Teen star has been busy tweeting the big family news – she is going to be a big sister soon. Selena announced that her mother, Mandy Teefey and step dad Brian Teefy are expecting a baby. continue reading »

Check Out: Sofia Vergara and Ellen as New Cover Girls (VIDEO)

We can’t keep it all straight as to what Sofia Vergara is trying to sell us, apparently everything from her own clothes to perfume to basic cable services. continue reading »

Join us This and Every Sunday At HS-News Open Mic

Your backstage pass to HS-News showcase of emerging and established Latino musical talent. Introducing This Week From Bolivia: Desocupados continue reading »