Selena Quintanilla: ready for the 21st century recognition

The Latin icon Selena Quintanilla finally got her wax figure and other tributes for an immortal memory.

LatinAmerican Post remembers Juan Gabriel

Each year meant a new award, new concerts and amazing musical talent shared with the world. With more than 60 million copies sold, Juan Gabriel proved that nothing could stopped him. LatinAmerican Post makes tribute to the talent of the Mexican musician.

Latin American Music Awards 2016 are back!

The top Latin American artists will get their recognition in the 2nd edition of the Latin American Music Awards in October.

Mexican superstar Juan Gabriel dies at 66 of heart attack

Legendary Mexican singer Juan Gabriel has died aged 66 of a heart attack in California, days after performing to 17,000 fans at the Los Angeles Forum.

Orishas’ singer to the big screen

Yotuel Romero in between the music and the film industry.

Indie Artists tribute to Juan Gabriel

Natalia Lafourcade, Mitre and other important indie artists will cover a selection of the most important works of the Mexican artist. 

Pitbull announces upcoming album full of features

Cuban descendant artist keeps growing strong in the music industry with new production to be released. 

Musical production: Guatemala aiming high

In the late decade, Guatemala has found in musical production an important leap for the country’s development.

Believe it or not! Salt cathedral of Zipaquirá is in for 2017

The famous Roman Catholic church, built 200 meters underground a salt mine, made it to the big leagues with the confirmed appearance in the Ripley’s famous book for 2017.

Video dance Festival: Stakes are higher each year

Quality and content are the main items for the eight edition of the “Agite y Sirva” Festival in Mexico.

Saudó: magic and mystic takes Latin America

Latin American film industry has scarcely ever taken the risk of showing suspense stories. This time Colombian filmmaker Jhonny Hendrix Hinestroza made it happen with Saudó: laberinto de almas.

Disney's first Latina princess, Elena!

The rarefied sorority of Disney princesses has come a long way since 1937's Snow White set the tone, gradually expand...

Colombia's 'Embrace of the Serpent' tops Platino Awards

Colombian Oscar bid Embrace of the Serpent was the big winner on Sunday at the third edition of the Platino Awards, the Latin version of the Oscars.

Filmmaker Hector Babenco Dies at 70

Latin America looses one of his best movie makers of all times. The information was confirmed by his ex-wife, Raquel Arnaud and by Marcelo Torres, producer of his films.

Film The Colony portrays "Colonia Dignidad" ordeal

Erick Zott Chuecas lived through the ordeal in the ­aftermath of Chile’s 1973 military coup as featured in Emma Watson’s new film The Colony

Pablo Escobar's brother asks to review Netflix's Narcos

The series portrays the rise and fall of Pablo Escobar, who was shot dead by police in 1993, and the Medellin drug cartel he lead. Roberto Escobar said he wanted to determine the accuracy of the contents.

Lollapalooza Colombia canceled

The inaugural Lollapalooza Colombia has been canceled after organizers lost one of the festival’s headliners and weren’t able to find a replacement, according to a statement on the event’s website.

Farewell Profesor Jirafales

Rubén Aguirre, known for his role as “Profesor Jirafales” in “El Chavo del 8” has passed away this morning,

Latin artist on NYC's Puerto Rican Parade

The colorful parranda, which takes over Fifth Avenue in Manhattan and paints the town with colorful red, white and blue Puerto Rican flags

Pablo Villegas, Global Ambassador of the Spanish Guitar

The rambling man in a tuxedo will play Brooklyn's National Sawdust before joining Placido Domingo tribute

Cuban crowd's satisfaction in Rolling Stones concert

The Rolling Stones unleashed two hours of shrieking, thundering rock and roll on an ecstatic crowd of hundreds of thousands of Cubans and foreign visitors Friday night

Argentine rockers Capsula cover Bowie's Ziggy Stardust

David Bowie finds unlikely fans in Argentinean rockers Capsula. So much so that the now Spain-based trio recorded a full-length cover LP titled Dreaming of the Rise & Fall of Ziggy Stardust & the Spiders From Mars in 2012

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