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Public Relations Group Launches Scholarship Program for Hispanic Undergrads

Public Relations Group Launches Scholarship Program for Hispanic Undergrads

The Hispanic Public Relations Association's New York Chapter announced the creation of the HPRA-NY Scholarship Program to assist New York area students of Hispanic descent (origin) achieve their educational goals. continue reading »

NYC Considering Allowing Non-Citizens to Vote

NYC Considering Allowing Non-Citizens to Vote

NYC city council is considering allowing non-citizens to vote in local elections if the proposed “Voting by Non-Citizen Residents” legislation passes. continue reading »

Spain’s Chef Adria to Reveal his Creative Process at 2014 NYC Exhibit

Spain’s Chef Adria to Reveal his Creative Process at 2014 NYC Exhibit

Ferran Adria, the man behind El Bulli, hailed as the world's finest restaurant, will offer a glimpse of his creative process in an exhibit set to open here in January 2014. continue reading »

Mexican Director Iñarritu Now Shooting “Birdman” in New York

Mexican director Alejandro Gonzalez Iñarritu has begun shooting in New York for his next film, "Birdman," a black comedy starring Michael Keaton, Lindsay Duncan, Zach Galifianakis and Edward Norton, Fox Searchlight Pictures said. continue reading »

Investigative Piece on Wal-Mart in Mexico Wins Pulitzer Prize

The Pulitzer Prize foundation announced numerous winners in journalism and letters, drama and music categories. Amongst the winners was the investigative reporting team of David Barstow and Alejandra Xanic von Bertrab of the New York Times. continue reading »

Mark Consuelos Surprises NYC Nurses with Free Trips from Westin Hotels

Mark Consuelos Surprises NYC Nurses with Free Trips from Westin Hotels

Mark Consuelos surprised more than 200 nurses at New York's Lenox Hill Hospital in NYC on Monday with a getaway weekends to any Westin location. continue reading »

Extreme Trafficking: Latino Doctor Arrested for Illegally Trafficking $10M Worth of Oxycodone in NYC

Extreme Trafficking: Latino Doctor Arrested for Illegally Trafficking $10M Worth of Oxycodone in NYC

Dr. Hector Castro and Patricia Rodriguez were arrested for illegally trafficking oxycodone through the Itzama Medical Center in New York to the tune of $10 million. continue reading »

Experts to Search Ground Zero Rubble for Human Remains

Experts to Search Ground Zero Rubble for Human Remains

New York City begins sifting this Monday through tons of rubble from buildings on the site of the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks in search of human remains that will allow more victims to be identified. continue reading »

New York City’s Population Reaches Record 8.3 Million

New York City’s Population Reaches Record 8.3 Million

The population of New York City last year reached a record 8.3 million after, for the first time in more than six decades, the number of people moving into the Big Apple exceeded the number who left. continue reading »

LatPro Job Fair for Bilingual Job Seekers Comes to NYC

LatPro Job Fair for Bilingual Job Seekers Comes to NYC

The 2013 National Diversity Job Fair Series, sponsored by LatPro and the National Society for Hispanic Professionals, will visit the Metropolitan Pavilion on April 10 as the third stop on the nationwide career fair tour. continue reading »

100 Year History of Flamenco in New York to be Celebrated

100 Year History of Flamenco in New York to be Celebrated

New York celebrates flamenco's magical enchantment starting Tuesday with an expo of some of the marks it has made on the intense cultural life of the Big Apple over the past 100 years. continue reading »

NEW YORK: Man Dies After Rear-Ending City Bus

NEW YORK: Man Dies After Rear-Ending City Bus

A New York man is dead after his vehicle slammed into the back of a NYC bus in the early morning hours on Monday At around 4:30 a.m., 23-year-old Luis Angel Duran was coming up behind an MTA bus at the corner of Jamaica a continue reading »

Dominican Boy Being Cured of Disfigurement Thanks to Modern Medicine

Dominican Boy Being Cured of Disfigurement Thanks to Modern Medicine

Dominican toddler Joel de la Rosa is surrounded by people wanting to improved his quality of life, including Dr. Alejandro Berenstein, who on Tuesday performed a modern procedure on the boy to correct a malformation of his face. continue reading »

Record High for Wall Street

Supported by the massive monetary stimulus of the Federal Reserve and a gradual recovery in the world's largest economy, the New York Stock Exchange's benchmark in continue reading »

Adolfo Carrion Hopes to Become First Latino Mayor of New York City

Adolfo Carrion Hopes to Become First Latino Mayor of New York City

Former Bronx borough president and veteran Democrat Adolfo Carrion will run for mayor of New York as an independent candidate. In an interview with Efe, he said he is aware of the political ris continue reading »