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Reporter Ruthy Muñoz got a one-on-one interview with Moji Abiola from Moji at the Free Press Summer Festival this past June. The soul-blues based singer chatted about the band’s first EP “Desert Son”, their songwriting process, and shared some secrets her audience didn’t know about. For more stories from Ruthy
The Houston LULAC Cinco de Mayo parade featured over 70 entries. If you missed it, here are the top five floats.
Patricia Arquette was applauded for her speech advocating for women’s rights, while Sean Penn’s remarks cause a frenzy.
Before fulfilling her 10-year-long dream of starting her own clothing line aimed at female soccer fans, Laura Velasquez had to face several hardships in her life that taught her the value of handwork. SoccerChik by Laura Velasquez, recently celebrated its one year anniversary and new clothing line. For more information
Houston banda singer Tania Mondragon discusses how she got her start in Banda music, and the struggles she had with breaking into a male-dominated industry .
Most people have the misconception that on Valentine’s Day you must buy expensive gifts, but that’s not always the case.Valentine’s Day is a holiday that celebrates love and friendship. The truth is that sentimental gifts are often times of greater value than those that cost more. Besides the obvious gifts
Protagonizada por la superestrella mexicana Itatí Cantoral, ¿Quién mató a Patricia Soler? es la historia de una mujer traicionada por las personas más allegadas a ella y su búsqueda por la justicia. Sara Fernández (Italí Cantoral) se encuentra en la plenitud de su vida, es una mujer de negocios importante
Almost any college student can agree that October is the most stressful month of the fall semester. With midterms rolling in during this time of year, one can only hope for even the smallest distraction from the hours of studying. What better distraction to this dreadful time than