Alba Eiragi Duarte is the first

The Paraguayan Writers Society welcomes the first indigenous woman poet. 

Chino and Nacho official breakup

Venezuelan duo Chino & Nacho have decided to end rumors and finally confirm their separation.

Estéreo Picnic vs. Lollapalooza Colombia: One must prevail

Latin America’s Lollapalooza is usually held in March, but Estéreo Picnic, a 100% colombian festival, is usually the main attraction during that month.

Recognized, bigger and stronger

“El Mercado de las pulgas de Usaquén” is a centre of culture and entrepreneurship promotion that aims higher each year.

Univision and Deezer together

Univision and global music streaming service Deezer are joining forces to foster and showcase up-and-coming Latin artists on their respective platforms.

Latin America landed in Berlin

Mexican filmmaker Esteban Arrangoiz Julien, whose short film "Ensueño en la Pradera" won the Silver Bear of this category at the Berlinale, calls out for culture.

Juan Gabriel sings at his Concert tribute

A Juan Gabriel hologram made its debut at the Eternamente Juan Gabriel tribute concert.

Latin American art lands in LA

More than 40 Latin American and Hispanic art exhibitions and events will invade Southern California in the United States, as part of an initiative called Pacific Standard Time: LA / LA.

Olga Tañon & Wisin's New Single 'Asi Es El Amor'

Olga Tañón and Wisin join forces for the new tropical/urban single titled "Así es el amor.

How to Bloco during Rio de Janeiro Carnival 2017

No matter how many hours one plans to revel in the Carnival festivities, certain things should be considered, and the first is which blocos to attend.

Avatar arrives to the Amazonas

Construction projects are threatening the sacred places and Munduruku culture.

Colombia: Secrets of an ancient curiosity

Explore Colombia's mysterious interior and encounters the remnants of a forgotten civilisation.

Latin America’s largest electronic music festival returns to Rio

This week sees the Rio Music Conference once again in Rio de Janeiro, followed by a music festival scheduled to take place during Carnival

Jesse & Joy Win First Grammy

Jesse & Joy took home the Grammy for best Latin pop album for their LP Un Besito Más.

The undesired reflect in the mirror

The lack of promotion, the reluctance to different accents and the lack of distribution make Latin films distant from the public of other countries, despite the common language. Latin Americans don’t like Latin American films.

Pompidou: Colombia is an option

For its 40th anniversary, a Latin American headquarter for the Pompidou cultural center is already a project.

Literature the art of lying

“Los adioses” 55th anniversary reminds us of Juan Carlos Onetti, his vision about the Latin American Literature and its future.

Jon Secada's New Single 'Como Fue,' Feat. Beny

Jon Secada's forthcoming album will give new life to Beny Moré's classics including "Como fue” and other classical boleros.

Pompidou: Colombia is an option

For its 40th anniversary, a Latin American headquarter for the Pompidou cultural center is already a project.

A Latino actor for the “Scarface” reboot

The ‘80s version starred a non-Latino actor as a Cuban refugee.

Frida Kahlo Gallery: center of interchange

With an abundance of landscapes, portraits, nudes, abstract work and sculpture, made with diverse techniques and a great variety of styles, as well as formats, the 31st International Artists exhibition "Color es nuestro" was inaugurated at the Frida Kahlo Art Gallery.

Outraged with series about Chavez's life, Maduro orders a remake

Venezuela is riding its own wave of the fake news phenomenon. Insisting in its lack of accuracy, President Maduro not only has banned the airing of the miniseries about President Chavez, he has ordered the production of an alternate version

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