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Past articles by Adriana:

La Chilindrina Says She Went on a Date With Luis Miguel in the 1980s & We Have Questions

In the 1980s, La Chilindrina – aka María Antonieta de las Nieves – and Luis Miguel went on a date, according to the El Chavo del Ocho actress. On a recent visit to Peruvian TV show El valor de la verdad, de las Nieves, who was hooked up to a lie detector, talked about hanging out[.....] → Read More

Rosalía Sings Alongside Penélope Cruz in New Trailer for Pedro Almodóvar’s 'Pain & Glory'

Here's another sneak peek at Rosalía's first film role. → Read More

Cardi B Invited to Speak at a Democratic Reception in Iowa

Local Democrats invited Cardi B to speak to them during a stop on her Invasion of Privacy tour. → Read More

"I Want Justice": Mom of 14-Year-Old Boy Killed by Tempe Police Speaks Out

“I want justice.” With these three words, Sandra González spoke out against Tempe, Arizona police department responsible for the death of her teenage son Antonio Arce (who some publications have identified as Antonio González). On Tuesday afternoon, police had an encounter with the teen, who was reportedly trying to break into a truck. Police chased[.....] → Read More

26-Year-Old Adrian Rivera-Reyes Is Hoping to Become Philadelphia's First Gay Councilman

Adrian Rivera-Reyes, 26, could make history in Philadelphia’s city council race come May. The elections are already expected to see a big impact from young energized voters, but if things go well for Rivera-Reyes, he could become the first gay and only millennial councilman for the country’s sixth most populous city. Rivera-Reyes, a Puerto Rico-born[.....] → Read More

Taco Trucks Are Feeding Picketers During LA Teachers Strike

For the first time in 30 years, Los Angeles teachers have gone on strike. After 21 months of failed negotiations, 30,000 teachers – represented by the United Teachers of Los Angeles – started picketing at 7:30 a.m. on Monday. The educators are looking for an increase in salary, a reduction in classroom sizes, and more[.....] → Read More

Walter Mercado Gifted Lin-Manuel Miranda a Beautiful, Glitzy Puerto Rican Flag Cape

Walter Mercado is not only our spiritual advisor, he’s also our fashion inspiration. Throughout his career, the boricua astrologer dressed in ornate bedazzled capes. And while he’s mostly left that life behind (people tended to fixate on the clothing item when they imitated him and not on his personality) and donated many of his cloaks, he[.....] → Read More

This 23-Year-Old Undocumented Woman Has Funded Her College Education by Selling Tamales

For undocumented immigrants, access to higher education comes with many barriers. Not only are they unable to pay in-state tuition at many schools across the country, they’re also rarely eligible for financial aid. While 23-year-old undocumented immigrant Elizeth Argüelles receives scholarships to attend Dominican University, the young woman has also funded her education by selling[.....] → Read More

A Man Tried to Mug Brazilian UFC Fighter Polyana Viana & it Didn't Go Well For Him

As Polyana Viana waited for an Uber in Rio de Janeiro over the weekend, a man saw what he thought was an easy target. Little did he know that Viana is a UFC fighter and that attempting to mug her would result in him becoming the subject of a viral story. The man approached the[.....] → Read More

Here's Why WOC Are Cheering Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez for Wearing Hoops to Her Inauguration

For women of color, wearing hoops – especially those of the shoulder-grazing variety – has come with plenty of criticism. With some calling the dangly earrings unprofessional and others labeling them “ghetto,” wearing these spherical baubles has become an act of resistance for some. That’s why it’s not surprising that many women of color were[.....] → Read More

Right Wing Mocks Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez for College Dancing Video & It Totally Backfires

If Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez so much as makes una mueca, it’s likely someone will try to use it as a way to question her ability to serve as a Congresswoman. When they’re not unfairly judging her clothes or the nickname she went by during high school (Sandy), they’re trying to use old footage of her dancing[.....] → Read More

How a Colombian Intern Helped Create Apple's Emojis Back in 2008

While emojis have been around since the ’90s (we can thank Shigetaka Kurita for that), it’s only in recent years that the icons have taken off. And part of that is because of the work of Angela Guzman, a Colombian woman who previously interned at Apple and now works as a designer at Google. Back in[.....] → Read More

Her Daughter’s Murder Was Used to Vilify the Undocumented, But She Took in a Child of Immigrants

The death of Mollie Tibbetts changed the lives of more than just one family in Brooklyn, Iowa. In August, police revealed that Cristhian Bahena Rivera – a 24-year-old undocumented immigrant – was arrested in connection to her death. The news put Mollie’s family in the spotlight, forcing them to defend the undocumented community when Trump[.....] → Read More

'Game of Thrones' Will Reportedly Film an Alternate Finale in Mexico's Castillo de Chapultepec

In 2019, Game of Thrones will come to an end. As we await the eighth and final season and speculate about who will be there until the very end, there’s now reports that the production will head to Mexico City. According to El Universal, the HBO show is filming an alternative ending for the show[.....] → Read More

In a Viral Video, 6-Year-Old Jariel Gets Caught Asking Alexa for Answers to His Math Homework

While kids have always found ways to cheat on their homework (remember copying off your friends?), a 6-year-old cleverly got Amazon’s Alexa to help him with a math assignment. And now people are calling him a genius for trying to game the system. In a too-brief video, Jariel sits at a kitchen table and asks,[.....] → Read More

8-Year-Old Guatemalan Boy Dies in Custody of US Customs and Border Protection on Christmas

His death marks the second death of a child in detention this month. → Read More

This Texas Latina Went Viral for Dumping Her Cheating Boyfriend During Birthday Speech

Normally, you wouldn’t want your birthday to include a breakup, but for one Colombian-Mexican-American woman from Texas, that’s exactly what happened – ending in an empowering moment for her. And it’s made her go viral in the process. In a video shared on Twitter, Tiana Perea decides to make an announcement as she celebrates her[.....] → Read More

Phoenix's Pancho Villa Statue Will Remain After Conservative Effort to Remove it Fails

Since 1981, a statue of Pancho Villa has stood in downtown Tucson in Veinte de Agosto Park. While the monument honors Mexican-American history, a conservative group recently tried to get it removed because of a procedural error. But a committee shut down the request. The statue was installed without a public hearing beforehand, and Judicial[.....] → Read More

Mega Millions, LuisMi & "Te Bote": Here's What US-Based Spanish-Speakers Googled in 2019

For many of us, there isn’t a day that goes by where we don’t Google a million things* (*only a slight exaggeration). So it makes sense that each year, the company releases data on the most popular searches for the year. With these results, we get an idea of the current events that made the[.....] → Read More

This Texas Family Covered Their Home in 100K Christmas Lights Synced to 'Coco' Soundtrack

The Hinojosa family in Boerne, Texas just won Christmas again. Last year, the family synced nearly 70,000 lights to Selena’s “Bidi Bidi Bom Bom,” and the videos the Hinojosas posted online went viral. This year, the family has upped the number of lights (nearly 100K) and once again paid tribute to Selena with its Christmas[.....] → Read More