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Premio Lo Nuestro 2014 Winners Shed Light On Turmoil In Venezuela PDF Print E-mail

Premios Lo Nuestro

Premio Lo Nuestro may serve to spotlight the best of the year’s Latin music but on Thursday night it was the artists who used the limelight to show their solidarity for Venezuela.

Amid messages of hope and encouragement for the South American country currently undergoing violent political unrest, the show went on as planned. Golden statuettes were presented and the stage was dominated by this year’s biggest stars, including Enrique Iglesias, Pitbull, Marco Antonio Solís and more.

 
Alfonso Cuaron wins best director Oscar for 'Gravity' PDF Print E-mail

Alfonso Cuaron

By Tim Reid
(Reuters)
- Mexican director Alfonso Cuaron won the Oscar for best director on Sunday for the space thriller, "Gravity," in which an astronaut fights for her survival after being cut loose from her space shuttle.

It was the first Academy Award for Cuaron, 52, and the first best director Oscar for a Mexican. His 3-D film starring Sandra Bullock and George Clooney mixes dazzling special effects, suspense and human drama.

 
Hope for a Brighter Future for Latinas PDF Print E-mail

Eva Longoria

Eva Longoria
Actress, Founder of the Eva Longoria Foundation

I was born and raised in Corpus Christi, Texas, just a few hours from the U.S.-Mexico border. My family has lived there for nine generations, under multiple flags. As a Mexican-American growing up in a city with a large, established Hispanic community, my hybrid identity was not unique; many friends and classmates experienced a similar cultural mix. Growing up in this vibrant community left me with a strong desire to give back to them in the same way that they gave to me.

My childhood foreshadowed the direction we are moving as a nation. It is no secret that the U.S. Latino population is expanding -- we currently number more than 50 million and will account for 60% of the nation's population growth through 2050. Throughout our country, Latinos live in and contribute to, an increasingly diverse America. And for women especially, balancing the demands of intertwined cultures can be challenging.

 
Migo Productions PDF Print E-mail

Migo Productions

MIGO Productions was founded by Walter “DJ Menace” Chavez in the Summer/Fall of 2002.  MIGO Productions began as Walter increased his DJ skills inspired by his cousin Geovany.  One summer vacation trip to Puerto Rico changed Walter’s musical focus to Reggaeton. Walter introduced Reggaeton as a mainstream music genre in Latin/International & Hip hop clubs and events in the area.  Walter had amazing charisma and audiences loved him and connected to him through his music. To expand the Reggaeton explosion to new audiences and publicize MIGO and his talent, Walter created two great Reggaeton mixes which he distributed among his supporters, Various Reggaeton and Reggaeton Mix Tape Vol. 3. The response he received from these mixtapes was amazing. During this same time, Walter began appearing and producing on local artists' tracks. Many of these artists and groups worked closely with Walter to produce and market their music and his talent. Walter was always looking for new music and different sounds to inspire his mixes and techniques. Walter became even more motivated to continue pursuing his ultimate dreams. Unfortunately, Walter passed away in a car accident on Christmas Eve morning, December 24, 2003.  Since, Walter’s family & friends have worked close together to keep his dreams alive through MIGO Productions.  Two of MIGO DJs learned their skills directly from Walter, DJ Los El Genio and DJ Uncensored, countless others have been inspired by him.  In honor of Walter, the MIGO family has given focus to the community in forms of community and youth-based events showcasing local talent and providing family-friendly entertainment. Some of the events are hosted in front of the DJ Menace memorial on 14th Street & Quincy Street in NW.

 
Premios Juventud Nominees Announced PDF Print E-mail

Premios Juventud Nominees Announced

Prince Royce tops the list of nominees for Premios Juventud 2011 (Youth Awards 2011 ) with a total of eight nominations, and only a little behind followed by Shakira and Ricky Martin with seven nominations each.What will prevail? Does bachata, romanticism and youth of the Dominican-born singer and pop music, the sensuality and
the experience of the Colombian or Puerto Rican? You decide with your vote who will be the ultimate winner on 21 July.

The singer of “Stand by Me” has a great support from his fans and he was nominated in seven categories. Prince Royce competes in the categories of Voice of Time, More Attached with a Chewing, My Favorite Video, Song Cut-Veins and My Ringtone favorite ( Corazon Sin Cara) addition to the Super Tour (by Stand By Me Tour 2011), Mi Artista
Tropical Follow me and point out the good from the Pop Culture category

 
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