VIDEO: Latina First-Gen College Student
Captured year by year, Boyhood style - by Mira Zimet
May 17, 2016

Defending American Shores: One Family's Service to Country
The strong commitment of one Mexican-American family to the defense of America - by Jennifer C. Vo and John P. Schmal
May 4, 2016

Who Was Marco Antonio Firebaugh and Why Should We Honor Him?
A life his dedicated to serving the most vulnerable and the underrepresented - by Prof. Armando Vazquez-Ramos and Mayra Castro
March 16, 2016

Tower of Power's Brass Master
Legendary multi-instrumentalist Mic Gillette continues to shine as a band leader, session player and music teacher - by Dr. Al Carlos Hernandez, Contributing Editor
January 6, 2016

Sabor Latino Returns to the Spotlight Once Again
Sabor Latino's second book "Mis Grandes Canciones y Poemas" will be released to online book stores early 2016 - by LatinoLA Contributor
November 25, 2015

Ruby Polanco President/Founder of the Ruby Makeup Academy
Makeup academy founder makes Hollywood dreams come true - by Matthew Davis
October 16, 2015

Meet Guadalupe Ba??ales, Engineer at General Motors
Latest interviewee in Role Model Series strives to be an engineer at the forefront of more fuel efficient vehicle technology - by Armando F Sanchez

On-demand Interviews with Top 68 Authors, Writers and Leaders
Be inspired by their writings, stories and outstanding literary works with these webcasts, podcasts and articles - by Armando F Sanchez, Contributing Writer

Video: Interview with JPL/NASA's Christina Diaz
A Latina in STEM as field systems engineer for the Mars 2020 Rover - by Armando F Sanchez

Latino Representation in California (1849-2015)
The long-term struggle for a voice in public affairs - by John P. Schmal

ViceVersa Magazine is Celebrating Its First Birthday
Every week, ViceVersa Magazine publishes interviews with important Latin personalities, as well as young new talent - by LatinoLA Contributor

Meet: Thelma T. Reyna, Ph.D., Award-winning Writer and Poet
She's a logger, editor, writer, consultant, professor ... listen to her on live global podcast - by Armando F Sanchez, Contributing Writer

Latin-Alt Singer De'Anza First To Perform Inside Amoeba
Amoeba Music, the largest independent record store in the world, hosts weekly in-store performances. - by Ky Vera

Rising Jazz-pop Star Irene Diaz to open Netroots Nation
Headlining opening of the largest gathering of progressive activists, candidates and Members of Congress in Phoenix, July 16-19 - by Patrick O'Heffernan

CCNMA 2015 Ruben Salazar Awards Announced
CNN Digital, CNN Espa??ol and CSUN student named winners

?íLa India Maria, Presente!
Commemorating the passing of the first genre-busting cyber-indigena and celebrated entertainment innovator - by Pocha Pe??a

MovingUP Spotlight: Luis Quiroz and The Airliner
"Don't give up on your dreams and be willing to do whatever it takes to have what you want." - by Jose Alfaro

Lethal Latina Debuts at Invicta Fighting Championships
Lethal Laura makes her Invicta FC debut on home turf at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, February 27 - by LatinoLA Contributor

Thanking Those Who Worked in Secret
Our heroes of the Cold War era - by Armando F Sanchez

Spotlight on the Brown
L.A.'s unsinkable Hank Castro, Mr. Brown Eyed Soul - by Frankie Firme, Contributing Editor

Discovering Family Secrets About Their Work
The importance of honoring our family for their work in the defense of our nation - by Armando F Sanchez, Contributing Writer

The Legend: Trini Lopez
From the barrio to Beverly Hills, this folk singing sensation took the world by storm - by Dr. Al Carlos Hernandez, Hispanic News On-Line

Notes from ChicanAztlan: Miriam's Electricity War Part 2
In Tijuana, a lot of families had gone into debt, just a month before Christmas, in order to install their electrical posts and - by John Edward Rangel

Victor Villase??or, Author of Rain of Gold
Interview with Victor Villase??or, a Mexican-American author, screenplay writer and gifted and accomplished speaker - by Armando F Sanchez, Contributing Writer

New Los Angeles Poet Laureate is Chicano Writer Luis Rodriguez
Luis is only the second poet laureate--and the first Latino - by LatinoLA Contributor

Brazilian Designer and Photographer Debuts National Exhibition
The Exhibition AfroBrasil: Art and Identities looks to address the complexities of Brazil's heritage across frontiers - by LatinoLA Contributor

Notes from ChicanAztlan: Miriam's Electricity War
In TJ's Fracc. L del E., she scraped together the hundred plus dollars needed to purchase and install her electrical meter - by John Edward Rangel

Goodbye, Mi Jefe...Thanks For the Ride!
The passing of a beloved father, grandfather, uncle, and neighborhood icon - by Frankie Firme, Contributing Editor

The Dancing Lady of San Fernando Valley
San Fernando Valley's local legend "Dancing Mary" Brewer is an inspiration to many - by Frankie Firme, Contributing Editor

Ex-Cop to Ex-Con- A Full Circle LA Story
After serving a 12 year sentence for money skimming as an LA County Sheriff, Robert shares his story with the LAPD - by Michael Juarez

Tragedy & Triumph of an LAPD Female Officer
Cynthia Juarez: Respected police officer, mother of 4, wife of a deputy sheriff convicted of stealing drug dealer money - by Michael Juarez

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