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Puerto Rican Comic Luis Raul “Piquito” Martinez Dead at 51

Puerto Rican Comic Luis Raul “Piquito” Martinez Dead at 51

Puerto Rican comedian Luis Raul Martinez died Sunday of pneumonia after spending 18 days in a hospital intensive care unit, his family confirmed via the social networks. He was 51. continue reading »

Botran Rum Names Emilio Estefan As New Face of Brand

Botran Rum Names Emilio Estefan As New Face of Brand

Music producer Emilio Estefan told Efe that he agreed to be the face of Botran rum in the United States because the deal will benefit the South Florida economy and send a message of unity in the Hispanic community. continue reading »

Mexican Documentarians Win Verdict in Civil Case

Mexican Documentarians Win Verdict in Civil Case

Mexican lawyers-turned-filmmakers Layda Negrete and Roberto Hernandez, who showed in a documentary how an innocent man was convicted of homicide in the Mexican capital, have won a civil suit brought against them by relatives of the murder victim. continue reading »

Brazil’s First Gay Kiss on Primetime Telenovela Proves Controversial

Brazil’s First Gay Kiss on Primetime Telenovela Proves Controversial

The kiss on the mouth of two male characters, with which Brazil's Globo network wrapped up the telenovela "Amor a Vida" (Trail of Lies), the first about a gay couple to air as a prime-time series in Brazil, attracted wide and unprecedented repercussions on social networks and in the press. continue reading »

Justin Bieber Deals With More Issues in New York

Justin Bieber Deals With More Issues in New York

Canadian pop idol Justin Bieber added to his legal troubles in Miami and Toronto with more of the same in New York, when he landed at an airport in a private plane that apparently smelled strongly of marijuana, the New York Post said. continue reading »

French Film Academy Nominates “Blancanieves,” “Gravity” for Best Foreign Film

French Film Academy Nominates “Blancanieves,” “Gravity” for Best Foreign Film

Spanish director Pablo Berger's "Blancanieves" and "Gravity" from Mexico's Alfonso Cuaron will vie for the Cesar Award for best foreign film, the French film academy said Friday. continue reading »

Jennifer Lopez Releases Music Video for “Same Girl” (VIDEO)

Jennifer Lopez Releases Music Video for “Same Girl” (VIDEO)

In a song that will have you remembering "Jenny From the Block," Jennifer Lopez shoots the video in her old neighborhood, The Bronx. continue reading »

Tigres del Norte’s ‘Contrabando y Traicion’ Song Inspires Narco Telenovela

Tigres del Norte’s ‘Contrabando y Traicion’ Song Inspires Narco Telenovela

After becoming a total icon of popular Mexican culture thanks to a song by Los Tigres del Norte, Camelia la Tejana is now on TV screens in a telenovela that recounts the life of that vengeful drug trafficker. continue reading »

Directors Guild Names Mexico’s Cuaron Best Director

Directors Guild Names Mexico’s Cuaron Best Director

Mexico's Alfonso Cuaron won the 2013 Directors Guild of America Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Feature Film Award for "Gravity," the same category in which he won a Golden Globe. continue reading »

Justin Bieber Relaxes in Panama Following DUI, Drag Racing Arrest

Justin Bieber Relaxes in Panama Following DUI, Drag Racing Arrest

Canadian pop singer Justin Bieber hit the beaches on Panama's Pacific coast ahead of his appearance before a judge in the United States this week. continue reading »