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Cultural Diversity Celebrated in Inglewood
The 1st Annual Afro Latin Music and Dance Festival was held in the City of Inglewood, Saturday, July 26 - by Ricky Ricardo
July 29, 2014

An Enchanted Night by the Sea
Thee Midniters and Rick's Jamnesia make it happen in San Pedro - by Frankie Firme, Contributing Editor
July 22, 2014

Actuality in the Time of Dispossession
A short review of Vital Signs: Poetry by Juan Delgado and photography by Thomas McGovern - by Rosa Martha Villarreal
July 21, 2014

Latin Flair Takes The Stage at Summer Wednesdays
Enjoy upbeat tempos, horns, keyboards and fantastic vocals when Latin Flair takes the stage, Cal State San Bernardino, July 23 - by LatinoLA Contributor
July 21, 2014

Corazon LA on Olvera Street Open Call to Artists
Corazon de Los Angeles gallery and cultural gift store in downtown L.A. seeks artists for our group shows Summer/Fall 2014 - by LatinoLA Contributor
July 16, 2014

2014 FIFA World Cup Fever Invades Santa Monica Place
This beautiful, spacious, beachside shopping center delivered "um pouco de Brazil" to the beach community - by Ricky Ricardo
July 15, 2014

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Weaving the Past: Journey of Discovery Premieres
Award-winning filmmakers to premiere documentary on family, social justice & finding meaning in life, August 15 - by LatinoLA Contributor

Support the 2015 Calendar of Revolt!
IndieGoGo campaign hopes to create a unique, history-minded calendar - by Gabriel San Roman

AltaMed celebrates Latino Food & Wine at East LA Meets Napa
Non-profit healthcare provider celebrates Latino food and wine during its annual East LA Meets Napa Fundraiser at Union Station - by Sandy Nesheiwat

Anthony Torres Sings Todo De Mi / All of Me
He's a charismatic talent with a unique smooth vocal power - by Reyna Trevino

Bola - El Amor No Es Un Juego
A romance novel for World Cup soccer fans. - by Lorena Flores Elizondo

Los Angeles Youths Got World Cup Fever
It's a unique cultural phenomenon allowing youth to enjoy a universal game and feel a sense of connection to their heritage - by Phi Do, LA Beez

FX's The Strain and The Bridge Will Blow Your Mind
Preview trailers for Guillermo del Toro's highly anticipated new series and the return of Demian Bichir - by LatinoLA Contributor

15 Years of Latin Alternative
LAMC celebrates its 15-year anniversary in New York City with free concerts, showcases, industry panels and Q&As - by Latino Loop

Chillin' at the Long Beach Bayou Festival
Louisiana culture and community was celebrated with kids activities, dance lessons, marketplace, food and music on June 21-22 - by Ricky Ricardo, Contributing Writer

Latin Society Kicks Off Summer Wednesdays Outdoors Concert
The Latin Society has performed at Cal State San Bernardino's Summer Wednesdays concerts for 26 years. Series begins July 2 - by LatinoLA Contributor

Art District Flea Market: Kotolan 45 Vinyl Record Release Event
Downtown Los Angeles: The new New York shines on Saturday, July 26 - by Natily Gonzalez

Marlene Forte Returns to Dallas TV Series
She's a shining example of how women can "make it" in Hollywood on their own terms. - by LatinoLA Contributor

Quetzal Follows Up GRAMMY With First Concept Album Quetzanimales
Urban animal odes told through cumbia, salsa, folk & alternative rock, bossa nova, R&B and Mexican son - by LatinoLA Contributor

Playboy Jazz Festival: The Tradition Continues
Thousands of jazz fans celebrated Father's Day Weekend at the Hollywood Bowl for the Playboy Jazz Festival - by Ricky Ricardo, Contributing Writer

Sheyene Gerardi Left Her Dark Days Behind and is Back to Life
The Venezuelan model and soap opera actress Sheyene Gerardi was diagnosed with stage 4 lymphoma and given only 3 months to live - by LatinoLA Contributor

Harp Traditions of Latin America
Concert of the Masters from Colombia, Mexico, and Paraguay at Phillips Hall Theatre at Santa Ana College, June 28 - by LatinoLA Contributor

Guatemalan Songwriter David Lindes Releases Performance Video
Bob Marley's "No Woman No Cry" – A Spanglish rendition that tells about an immigrant farm worker longing for home - by LatinoLA Contributor

A Salute and Birthday Wish Come True
Louie Parra & Thee Mad Latins give tribute to our military veterans while celebrating his birthday & engagement in Chino - by Frankie Firme, Contributing Editor

What to Do Before Your Book Launch
A Q&A with M.J. Rose - by Marcela Landres

Irregular Heartbeat
Interview with Alejandro Gonzalez Gomez: High energy rock dance grooves to electronic down-tempo ballads. - by Jake Craney, GroundSounds

Grand Park's Got Moves: The Salsa Session
Downtown LA welcomed the start of Summer with the inaugural salsa spectacular featuring top bands, hot dancers - by Ricky Ricardo, Contributing Writer

The 21st Annual Brazilian Summer Festival
Brazilian Nites Productions celebrates World Cups' opening weekend with an extravaganza at the Ford Amphitheatre, June 15 - by Brittany A. Gash

1,000 Miles of Aztlan on a Memorial Day Weekend
Enjoying the freedom some countries never will in the Land of 1000 Dances that is Califas - by Frankie Firme, Contributing Editor

Prescencia Cubana Returns to Echo Park
The fantastic festival celebrated the cultural heritage of the Cuban community living throughout the greater L.A. area - by Ricky Ricardo, Contributing Writer

Indie Pop-Soul Artist Marisa Ronstadt's New CD
"Blueberry Moon" songs tell stories of love, motherhood, heartbreak and social justice, featuring Maya Jupiter - by LatinoLA Contributor

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