The Estereo Picnic its near

Since 2010 Bogotá is filled in with Rock, New Folk, Electronic and Pop and stablish itself as the new music festival leader.

Farewell Profesor Jirafales

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

Rolling Stones in Cuba

The Rolling Stones announced a free concert in Cuba in what is likely to be one of the biggest shows ever both for the island and the rock legends.

Once again Latam makes waves at the Oscars

Latin America continued to wow at the Oscars last night, despite Colombia’s ‘Embrace of the Serpent’ missing out in the Best Foreign Language Film category to ‘The son of Saul’.

Mexicans triumph at Golden Globes

Mexicans Alejandro G Inarritu and Gael Garcia Bernal Revenge win Golden Globe awards for best director and best actor in a comedy. The Revenant won the night's most coveted prize for best dramatic film.

2015: The Year in Latin Music

In 2015, the Latin music market welcomed some new names to the top of the Billboard charts, while established stars continued to dominate the lists. Meanwhile, two songs became the top longest-running No. 1s in Hot Latin Songs history, and one artist crossed a record-breaking 100 weeks on the chart.

Playboy Brazil to cease publication in 2016

Editora Abril, the publisher of Playboy Brazil, announced on Thursday that after 40 years of bringing joy to Brazilian men, Playboy Magazine will cease publication in January 2016. The move is in line with the publishing company’s changes in its editorial structure and business model that will now focus on content, marketing, and revenue.

The Rolling Stones to tour Latin America

The Rolling Stones will tour Latin America for the first time in 10 years. The group’s “The America Latina Olé” tour will kick off February 3 in Santiago, Chile.

Inside Sony's cuban coup

The company's deal to license Egrem, the island's largest music catalog, was the culmination of two years of diplomacy and secret meetings.

Forget Hollywood, we’ve got Collywood!

Considering the improving security situation in LatAm, reasonably stable government and economy, its lower wage structure and its relative proximity to the USA, that foreign productions come here to shoot isn't too surprising really.