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They will surely bring them good karma for this. According to People, three young Taco Bell customers in Michigan returned more than $3,000 after finding big stacks of bills in their drive-thru to-go bags.
Did you grow up watching El Chavo del Ocho? Now, you can taste sweet nostalgia again with a new line of toys centered on the beloved title figure from the Mexican sitcom (and his friends).
Toymaker JAKKS Pacific, Inc. recently announced that it’s launching a new line of El Chavo toys, set to be available at major retailers by mid-August 2013.
As you're well aware by now, Jake T. Austin is one of the stars of ABC Family's buzzed-about drama series The Fosters.
There’s a ton of controversy surrounding piñatas fashioned after Jenni Rivera. According to Voxxi, papier-mâché figures sporting the late Mexican American singer have angered some fans, including some of her family members.
Roberto Martínez, the maker of the so-called “Diva piñatas,” spoke about his creations in an interview with Univision’s show El Gordo y la Flaca.
Phyllis Schlafly dropped a few interesting comments about Latinos and her thoughts on their relationship (or lack thereof) to the Republican Party.
In a recent phone interview with the Clay and Marty Show, the 88-year-old conservative activist said Latinos don’t understand core principles of U.S. government philosophy.
Mariah Carey and Miguel has turned Spanglish on us. The international superstar (who is of part Afro-Venezuelan descent) and R&B crooner (who is part Mexican) have released an interesting twist to their “#Beautiful” hit by way of “#Hermosa.”
Have you ever lived in a Latino neighborhood? Then, you know it’s filled with plenty of noise, movement and colorful characters. There are some unique telltale signs of having settled in a hood dominated by our Hispanic brethren.
Whether you live in New York City, Miami, Los Angeles, or elsewhere, we’re sure you’ll get a kick out of this mega-list. You know you live in a Latino neighborhood if:
1. Latin music blasts on Saturday mornings.
2. You see cars parked on front lawns – multiple cars.
An abuelita is now a graduate! According to MSN Now, 100-year-old Manuela Hernandez has finally graduated from elementary school.
Hernandez, who hails from Mexico’s Oaxaca state, had to drop out of school after just one year because her family needed additional support with chores.
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