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LatAm Celebs Campaign for Rights of Disabled Children

LatAm Celebs Campaign for Rights of Disabled Children

Singer Julieta Venegas, television personality Luciana Sandoval and soccer star Diego Forlan are part of a campaign by UNICEF and the Special Olympics to promote the rights of disabled children in Latin America. continue reading »

Singer Thalia Joins March of Dimes Campaign to Help Prevent Premature Births

Singer Thalia Joins March of Dimes Campaign to Help Prevent Premature Births

Mexican singer and actress Thalia joined the initiative of international stars such as Celine Dion, Pink and photographer Anne Geddes to raise awareness about the risks of premature births. continue reading »

Seth MacFarlane Develops Animated Comedy for Fox about Immigration & Life Near Mexican Border

Seth MacFarlane Develops Animated Comedy for Fox about Immigration & Life Near Mexican Border

Funnyman Seth MacFarlane has not only found humor about border life there’s enough comedic material to create an entire animated series around it. The creator of the ‘Family Guy’ and ‘Ted’ is developing a new animated comedy, ‘Bordertown’ that will air on the Fox network next year. continue reading »

Former Beatle Ringo Starr to Perform with His All-Starr Band in Mexico

Former Beatle Ringo Starr to Perform with His All-Starr Band in Mexico

Ex-Beatle Ringo Starr will return to Mexico with his All-Starr Band to give three concerts in the Mexican capital on Nov. 13, 14 and 19, the National Auditorium said Saturday. continue reading »

Paco de Lucia Brings Flamenco to Brazil

Paco de Lucia Brings Flamenco to Brazil

One of the best guitarists of all time, the Spaniard Paco de Lucia, returned to Brazil after being away for 16 years and in Rio de Janeiro gave a two-hour recital of his own particular brand of fusion flamenco, with the song "Entre Dos Aguas" as the climax of the night. continue reading »

Kate Del Castillo Credits Her Career to “La Reina del Sur”

Kate Del Castillo Credits Her Career to “La Reina del Sur”

Mexican actress Kate del Castillo is back as the drug kingpin in "La Reina del Sur" (Queen of the South), the most-watched series in the history of Telemundo, to be relaunched by the network starting Nov. 11. continue reading »

Ricky Martin Foundation Opens Pavilion on Human Trafficking in Puerto Rico

Ricky Martin Foundation Opens Pavilion on Human Trafficking in Puerto Rico

The Ricky Martin Foundation opened Friday a pavilion in San Juan on human trafficking - the second most lucrative crime in the world - to raise awareness among the island's population as to the hideous consequences of this scourge. continue reading »

Spanish Actress Amparo Rivelles Dies, Age 88

Spanish Actress Amparo Rivelles Dies, Age 88

Spanish actress Amparo Rivelles died in Madrid. She was 88. A funeral chapel is being installed Saturday in Madrid's Alcazar Theater at the express wish of the grande dame of Spanish stage and screen who lived 20 years of her long and respected professional career in Mexico. continue reading »

Eva Longoria Launches Two New TV Shows

Eva Longoria Launches Two New TV Shows

Eva Longoria along with her production company, UnbeliEVAble Entertainment, have sold programs to NBC and cable channel Lifetime. continue reading »

Eddie ‘Piolin’ Sotelo to be Inducted into Radio Hall of Fame, First Mexican-American Honored

Eddie ‘Piolin’ Sotelo to be Inducted into Radio Hall of Fame, First Mexican-American Honored

Eddie “Piolin” Sotelo, radio personality and host of SiriuXM’s ‘El Show de Piolin,’ will be inducted into the National Radio Hall of Fame on November 9, 2013 where he will become the first Mexican-American to be honored. continue reading »