By Shani Saxon-Parrish | 10/22/2009 - 18:00
As part of our special November issue, dedicated to celebrating the culture, people and beauty of Mexico, we had to speak to Chicano comedian George Lopez. Latina contributor Erik Parker sat down with Lopez to talk about his chummy relationship with President Obama, his Latino pride and his new talk show, Lopez Tonight. Here are some of Lopez's funniest and most insightful quotes:
On incorporating Spanish into his comedy routines:
By Mimi Valdés Ryan | 09/17/2009 - 11:00
I don't think anything in my journalism career can top what I experienced yesterday. I still can't believe it really happened. I'm often excited after our cover shoots, but nothing compares to this. Take a look at my video message and see if you can guess who I'm gushing about!
By Shani Saxon-Parrish | 09/16/2009 - 12:00
Ever wonder how we conceptualize and create our stunning photo shoots? Join Latina Beauty and Fashion Director Angelique Serrano as she helps bring the magazine to life during a shoot for the October issue's beauty feature, "Locks on the Loose."
Take a look and tell us what you think! And don't forget to pick up the Oct. issue of Latina, on newsstands now.
By Shani Saxon-Parrish | 08/13/2009 - 09:00
In the September issue of Latina, cover girl Shakira opened up to Entertainment Editor Angie Romero about her passion for education and her commitment to giving back through her Fundación Pies Descalzos (Barefoot Foundation). Earlier this year, Shakira, 32, opened her fifth school in the La Playa district of her native Barranquilla, Colombia. Her schools currently serve some 5,000 children—as well as their parents—who have been displaced as a result of the long-standing war between the Colombian government and revolutionary armed forces.
By Damarys Ocaña Perez | 07/14/2009 - 14:20
In the August issue of Latina, covergirl Daisy Fuentes—the 42-year-old former MTV VJ and current founder of a multimillion-dollar fashion and beauty empire—dishes about how she got started in retail, her take on motherhood and her perky boobs, of course. Read on for some of Fuentes's choice quotes.
By Latina Staff | 07/13/2009 - 18:09
It’s been over a year since Latina put Jessica Alba on the cover to address widespread rumors that she wasn’t proud of her Mexican heritage and didn’t want to be called Latina. At the time, many readers were angry that we featured the actress, accusing her of being a bad role model for Latinas. Others were grateful to finally hear Alba’s side of the story, and were relieved to learn that she is, in fact, very proud of who she is.
By Angelique Serrano | 07/13/2009 - 11:04
We’re always looking for fabulous Latinas to feature in our fashion pages! If you live in the New York City area and are interested in being featured on the “Real Women” fashion page in Latina, here’s how you can submit yourself to our editors:
By Damarys Ocaña Perez | 07/07/2009 - 15:30
Robert Rodriguez—who famously funded his first film by taking part in paid medical experiments—may be fiercely independent from Hollywood, but at home, it’s a different story. The Grindhouse and Spy Kids director still works side-by-side with ex-wife and producing partner Elizabeth Avellán at their Austin, Texas, studio.
By Mariela Rosario | 12/10/2008 - 17:50
Vote for the twosome you think should grace the pages of our March
2009 issue of the magazine now, then nominate your favorite adorable
couple for next month. Just send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with their full names, ages, city of residence, backgrounds, a great snapshot and 50 words on why there are just so darn cute. And, yes, you can nominate yourself!
By smundhra | 10/27/2008 - 15:45
In just a few short years, LA Ink's Kat Von D has catapulted from an average LA tattoo artist into an icon, a brand unto herself, and a true badass in every sense of the word. But behind the blood-red lipstick, the piercings and the body art, we discovered a soft-spoken girl ready to shed her skin as a consummate bad girl and reinvent herself as a strong young woman in love. In the November issue of Latina, Kat riffs on the power of self expression, the memories of her troubled past and how she turned a love of body art into real world success and stardom.