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Telenovela Superstars William Levy  and Maite Perroni to Host the 25th Hispanic Heritage Awards

Telenovela Superstars William Levy and Maite Perroni to Host the 25th Hispanic Heritage Awards

The Hispanic Heritage Foundation (HHF) announced today that superstars William Levy and Maite Perroni, Mexican telenovelas’ sweethearts will host the 25th Hispanic Heritage Awards; the annual celebration of Hispanic excellence and premier event of Hispanic Heritage Month in the United States. William Levy, a Cuban-born actor, and Maite Perroni, a Mexican actress and singer, have agreed to jointly host the awards show which will take place at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington D.C, on September 15, 2011. continue reading »

Rare and Ancient the Aztecs Favorite Dog Finally Recognized by the American Kennel Club

Rare and Ancient the Aztecs Favorite Dog Finally Recognized by the American Kennel Club

The Xoloitzcuintli (pronounced show-low-etz-queent-lee) is one of the world’s rarest breeds and is still considered a "healer" in remote Mexican and Central American Villages today continue reading »

Eduardo Caballero: First Hispanic Inducted into Advertising Hall of Fame

Eduardo Caballero: First Hispanic Inducted into Advertising Hall of Fame

Eight industry pioneers will be inducted into the prestigious Advertising Hall of Fame this year and for the first time there will be a Hispanic inductee, Eduardo Caballero. continue reading »

Hispanic Businesswomen Prospering

Hispanic Businesswomen Prospering

As the National Hispana Leadership conference in Miami concludes what is clear is that Hispanic businesswomen are prospering. "Latinas are the fastest-growing group of small business owners in the country," says Cristina Lopez, president of the Washington D.C.-based National Hispana Leadership Institute. continue reading »

First Hispanic Woman to Head Powerful House Foreign Affairs Committee

First Hispanic Woman to Head Powerful House Foreign Affairs Committee

When Congress convenes for its next session, Florida Republican Congresswoman Ileana Ros-Lehtinen will be heading the powerful and influential House Foreign Affairs Committee. continue reading »

Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights Award Ceremony Highlights Abuses in Mexico - Honors Local Hero

Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights Award Ceremony Highlights Abuses in Mexico - Honors Local Hero

Abel Barrera Hernandez, Founder and Director of the Tlachinollan Center received the 2010 Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights award for his courageous defense of the rights of rural and indigenous peoples living in Guerrero State in southern Mexico. continue reading »

Hispanic Washingtonian’s the Most Affluent in the Country

Hispanic Washingtonian’s the Most Affluent in the Country

Recent Census figures are showing that the 700,000 Hispanics that call Washington, D.C. home are the most affluent with a median household income of $61,000. These figures also shows that one-in-four Hispanic Washingtonian’s have at least a four-year college degree, double the national average. continue reading »

Disney Sweetheart Demi Lovato Enters Treatment Facility (VIDEO)

Mexican-American Disney sweetheart Demi Lovato left the Jonas Brothers World tour to enter rehab sources are reporting. Whereas her publicist is stating she entered an unidentified treatment center to “seek medical treatment for emotional and physical issues she has dealt with for some time.” continue reading »

Project Runway Latin American Style (VIDEO)

Project Runway Latin American Style (VIDEO)

For a couple of months now, Mexican model and TV presenter Rebecca de Alba has been hosting the Latino version of the fashion world reality TV show Project Runway. continue reading »

Colombian Super-star Juanes to Give First Spanish Lanuage Performance at Macy’s Holiday Parade

Colombian Super-star Juanes to Give First Spanish Lanuage Performance at Macy’s Holiday Parade

On Thursday, November 25, 2010 America's favorite holiday spectacular, the 84th Annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, will step off to kick off the holiday season. The parade entertains more than 3.5 million continue reading »

San Francisco Giants Name Colombian Edgar Rentería Their Most Valuable Player

San Francisco Giants Name Colombian Edgar Rentería Their Most Valuable Player

Edgar Renteria was named the 2010 World Series Most Valuable Player after his three-run homerun gave the winning advantage to the San Francisco Giants in their first world series in 56 years. continue reading »

Hispanics have Lowest Rate of Internet Access via Broadband

Hispanics have Lowest Rate of Internet Access via Broadband

A new report coming out of the Department of Commerce is showing that Hispanics have the lowest rate of broadband use for accessing the internet. Approximately 47.9 percent of all Hispanics households access their internet via broadband, continue reading »

Documentary “Latinos Living the American Dream” Debuts (VIDEO)

Documentary “Latinos Living the American Dream” Debuts (VIDEO)

The documentary produced and directed by television and movie star, Eva Longoria Parker, “Latinos Living the American Dream” debuted in Los Angeles at the Grauman Theater. continue reading »

Salma Hayek to Produce New ABC Sitcom Based on Argentinean Telenovela

Salma Hayek to Produce New ABC Sitcom Based on Argentinean Telenovela

On the heels of her production success with Ugly Betty, Mexican beauty Salma Hayek has announced another project for U.S. audiences. Hayek will once again work with her Ugly Betty collaborators to bring an adaptation of the Argentinean telenovela Los Roldan. continue reading »

Recently Rescured Miner Edison Peña will run the NYC Marathon on Sunday.

Recently Rescured Miner Edison Peña will run the NYC Marathon on Sunday.

Less than one month after being lifted in a capsule back to civilization, the now-famous Chilean miner Edison Peña will run Sunday in the New York City Marathon. continue reading »