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Spend Your Three-Day Weekend in Brazil!

Brazil Day, the largest Brazilian event outside of Brazil itself, is celebrated every year right before Labor Day in NYC’s Little Brazil: 6th Ave & 46th Street and its surrounding blocks. Streets are filled with Brazilians and non-Brazilians alike, with a wide range of vendors. But, if you don’t want the fun to end, head…

Rosie Perez talks about her days on The View

Rosie Perez calls her time on the The View as being “crazy” and while she may no longer being taking a little time and enjoying The View from the table she is hopeful about her return in the future. During Monday night’s opening night of the 2015 US Open, Perez, 50, gave a brief interview…

SPAIN OFF TO EXCELLENT START IN U.S. OPEN

The 2015 U.S Open of Tennis is in its opening round and for one country the early returns are quite encouraging. The obvious stock to invest in is Rafael Nadal, who is healthy and determined to make a statement. He did. But so did another from position 31 in the seed department. Nadal needed four…

Antonio Banderas to star in new Detective Series set in Cuba

Antonio Banderas will soon be starring and producing an upcoming drama series on Starz called Havana Quartet. Based on detective book series written by Cuban novelist Leonardo Padura, the series will follow Detective Mario Conde who is a hard-drinking and romantic detective who once aspired to be a writer but choose a career within the…

The massive removal of Mexican-Americans in 1930s are similar to Donald Trump’s immigration plans. Could History Repeat itself?

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) –  Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump’s call for mass deportation of millions of immigrants living in the U.S. illegally, as well as their American-born children, bears similarities to a large-scale removal that many Mexican-American families faced 85 years ago. During the Great Depression, counties and cities in the American Southwest and Midwest…

RAFAEL NADAL WINS HEARTS IN FUNDRAISER

The Tennis world is very familiar with Rafael Nadal. The Spanish star from Mallorca has been a fixture at the top of the tennis world since he exploded onto the pro scene at seventeen, a force at nineteen. He has held the number one position five times and his fourteen Slam titles are second all…