Soledad O’Brien has
re-invented herself with a new production company called Starfish and an exciting tour of college campuses around the country.
What’s next for her?

By Jessica Montoya Coggins



Although no one wants to get these awards, there were so many worthy recipients this year! Our honorees include Ann Coulter, Chris Christie, Ted Cruz and, of course, El Donaldo himself.

By Eric Garcia

Come November, we’ll have a new president. The election is almost a year away, and for many Americans it’s just a distraction. But the race to the White House has been underway for quite some time, and the primaries in Iowa and New Hampshire are just around the corner.

By Patricia Guadalupe

When Jesse Jackson came to Silicon Valley, he started a long overdue conversation about diversity at companies like Google and Facebook.
But what has been done
since then?

By Esther Cepeda

A touring play
presents the untold stories of American heroes like Congressional Medal of Honor winner Roy Benavidez, narrated by
an Aztec warrior.

By Bel Hernandez Castillo

Chingona author Sandra Cisneros visited the
Texas Book Festival last month and talks about her new book and the literary life  in an exclusive interview.

By Melanie Mendez-Gonzales

The 2015 Latino Education Conference took place on November 20 in our nation’s capital.  LATINO Magazine’s sixth annual event brought together several hundred Latino opinion makers, influencers, and community leaders at the Capital Hilton a few blocks from the White House.



Despite the thaw between the U.S. and Cuba, little change.

By Ana Radelat

This year, celebrate Christmas con ganas.

By Valerie Menard

Lalo Alcaraz takes laughter seriously.

Bel Hernandez Castillo


By Roberto Ontiveros

By Mark Holston

Sicario is a thriller for our times.

By Roberto Ontiveros


By John Coppola


Patricia Guadalupe

Governor Luis Fortuño

John Gomperts, Dalia Almanza-Smith

Our listing of Latino events for 2015

Patricia Guadalupe

Dubraska Vale Lazardy

Lisa Schumacher

Congressman Rubén Hinojosa

Chicago, Houston, New York

Bel Hernandez Castillo

Cesar Vargas