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ROOM 28 STEALS CHRISTMAS: A MIRACLE IN SPANISH HARLEM

After taking the off-Broadway sketch comedy scene by storm with three consecutive sold-out shows, the crazy cast of Room 28 teamed up with Ford en Español to drive up holiday cheer for deserving Hispanic foster children of Upper Manhattan, during an all-new comedy show at the Julia de Burgos Cultural Center last Saturday. Together, Room…

FAT JOE ROCKS THE RESORTS WITH JA RULE

This past Friday, The Resorts World Casino in Queens, NY, was buzzing with activity. A concert with two Hip Hop Icons in Ja Rule, and Fat Joe were the main attractions. They did not disappoint as they brought us back to the 90’s with several favorites. Ja Rule, who was also filming his reality series,…

Latin Grooves: New York City Events

In the City that never sleeps, everyday is Friday. But for the Latinos that work hard and play harder, Fridays are a little bit more special. This is for partygoers, drinkers and dancers that need to blow off some steam in New York City. Here are some New York City events for your weekend that’s…

CUBA: MLB’s NEXT GREAT TREND

The news that the United States has moved to have normal relations with Cuba has been looked at with great interest by the national pasttime. The last great bastion of baseball talent may soon finally get to perform in greater numbers for the first time in MLB. Should the day come when Cuban players can…

Top 5 Songs by Latinos in the Billboard Top 100

If you haven’t noticed Enrique Iglesias continues to reign over the Billboard chart’s Latin categories. But, according to the Billboard chart’s Top 100 songs that are currently playing all over pop radio, Iglesias may not be the No. 1 Latino rocking the mainstream airwaves with his hit song, Bialando. Let’s find the top five songs…

Is ‘Que Suenen Los Tambore’ the Heartbeat of Mexico?

After an amazing performance during the ‘Amor A Nuestra Música’ concert held at the Nassau Colosseum, Victor Manuelle’s hit single “Que suenen los tambore”, left the stadium with much salsa con fuego. “They are the essence of Salsa.” With the creative collaboration of cinematographer Miguel Ferrer, Victor Manuelle’s video interpretation of “Que suenen los tambore”,…

Shocking News on U.S. and Cuba Re-Establishing Diplomatic Relations

Finally Cuba and the United States begin talks to normalize diplomatic relations, which will push away sanctions the U.S. has placed on Cuba for decades. Since Fidel Castro overtook Cuba’s government for close to 53-years, U.S.-Cuba relations has not been good is an understatement. But now, with the release of Cuba’s American prisoner, Alan Gross,…

Census Dilemma: Latino U.S. population unsure due to questioning?

Since 1790 when our 3rd President Thomas Jefferson was in office as President of the United States, Americans throughout the country have taken part in the United States Census which was a way to count every resident living in the country. The purpose of the census was a way to determine who federal funding would…

Rosie Perez Finds The View Rumors Really, Really, Really Insulting

The beautiful, smart and ageless actress Rosie Perez once again speaks her mind and denies all of the rumors associated with the long-standing popular daytime talk show, The View, and calls it insulting in an interview with The VIP Room. The host of the program on FoxNewsLatinos.com, Lucia Suarez, asked the fiery Latina, Perez if…