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    Latinos love movies, particularly action and drama, and this summer Ford is hitting a sweet spot with the new-generation bilingual Latinos. Kyle Cooper (director of film title and VFX sequences for Se7en, Spider-Man, The Mummy) directed a series of ten TV spots designed to feel like real movie …

            Porto Alegre, Goiânia, San Pablo y Río de Janeiro son capitales con algo en común, las protestas sociales. Estos centros metropolitanos están pasando por un momento contradictorio. Por un lado el orgullo en torno a la realización de la copa del mundo abre precedentes para los discursos modernizadores, y de …

    This week The Venture gives you a chance to win a DVD / Blu-ray™ combo pack of the movie “Identity Thief”. Starring Jason Bateman and Melissa McCarthy, “Identity Thief” is the must-own comedy of the year. Own the Unrated Blu-ray™ Combo Pack stuffed with even more hilarious moments …

  The MD Anderson Cancer Center and the University of Texas Health and Science Center have partnered up with a purpose to reduce cancer among Hispanics in Texas. This program was designed under the Texas Regional Community Network Program, Latinos Contra El Cancer, to diminish the number of cancer cases …

“I appreciate what you’re doing here,” Deputy Bevil said to each supporter. “Thanks for helping out.” Deputy Brian Bevil, 41, a former Major

  VICTORIA, TX – CentroVictoria makes national news this week! The Los Angeles Times features Huizache magazine, the country’s premiere Latino literary publication from University of Houston-Victoria’s Center for Mexican American Literature and Culture. LA Times Book Editor Hector Tobar interviews Dagoberto Gilb, CentroVictoria’s executive director and Huizache’s founding editor, …

Marlen Esparza’s passion for boxing began at a young age. At 12 years old, she would spend three hours a day working out with no difficulties since she

  Last week the Hispanic Scholarship Fund, the nation’s leading provider of college scholarships to Latinos, honored Southern California students, parents, teachers, schools and volunteers who have pursued and persevered to bring higher education for them, their families, and their communities at HSF’s third annual Leaders in Education Awards (LEA) …

  Latinos in College, a New York based education non-profit, comes to Houston for the first time to conduct a workshop aimed at parents of high school seniors. The workshop will be facilitated by accomplished college students who will provide parents with various strategies on how to support students from …

  April 30th is one of the Hispanic community’s most meaningful holidays, the Dia Del Niño (Day of the Child). A day to celebrate children. This year, Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals is celebrating children with a nationwide text-to-donate campaign to raise money for kids at participating hospitals. The text campaign …