What would Zorro Girl do? That’s a question Patricia Vonne likes to ask herself.
With her fifth CD Rattle My Cage hot off the press, Vonne sizzles with her mix of Latin roots—rock, rock-a-billy...Read More
Austin is known for many things---as the Live Music Capital of the World, for its laid-back residents “keeping it weird,” and for being liberal in the midst of a very conservative state. But one thing it’s also known for is the spirit of entrepreneurial innovation.... Read More
Havana pulses with a palpable duality. This contrast is not only evident through its dual currency, the melting of Spaniard and African cultures, or the distinct racial and socio-economic divide, although that is all definitely present. The subtler duality is the tightrope many Cubans walk between hardship and happiness, want and...Read More
LATINO Magazine recently presented AHORA Student Days in San Jose and Dallas. They were part of a series of events held nationally to expose high school students to role models from Corporate America, the Federal government, and the U.S. Armed Forces....Read More
NO MAS HAMBRE (NMH) is an initiative presented by LATINO together with AARP, the AARP Foundation, Wells Fargo, Denny’s, Herbalife, Abbot, UnitedHealthcare, Sodexo, Kraft and others to educate Latinos about food insecurity and encourage them to get involved. Now in... Read More
LATINO Magazine recently presented AHORA Student Days in San Antonio and Dallas. They were part of a series of events held nationally to expose high school students to role models from Corporate America, the Federal government, and the U.S. Armed ForcesEach AHORA Student Day consists of interactive panels in which students ...Read More
The 2013 Latino Education Conference took place on October 23 in our nation’s capital just after Congress was back in session after the government shutdown. LATINO Magazine’s fourth annual event brought together several hundred Latino opinion leaders and students at the Capital Hilton a few blocks from...Read More