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Exclusive: Otmara Marrero Reveals What It's Like to Play an Anti-Heroine in "Start Up"
Exclusive: Otmara Marrero Reveals What It's Like to Play a Latina in Tech on Crackle's "StartUp"

Otmara Marrero is an actress that is finally getting her chance to show off her skills as the lead character in Crackle’s StartUp. The Cubana is playing the firey Izzy, a girl that dropped out of Standford and started her own tech business. We spoke to her all about this new role and what’s it like for her to be portraying a Latina as a Latina. Make sure to check out the series premiere on September 6. 


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#TheGoldStandard: Jay Z's Right Hand Lenny Santiago's Iconic Rise Will Inspire You
#TheGoldStandard: Jay Z's Right Hand Lenny Santiago's Iconic Rise Will Inspire You

At Roc Nation’s NYC headquarters, the Gold office is designated for kings. Rihanna, Beyonce, Demi Lovato and Jay Z himself have taken their well-earned spots on the golden throne. And now, Latina can add to the legacy.


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This Video of Baby Goats Dancing to Bachata is the Cutest Thing You'll See All Day
This Video of Baby Goats Dancing to Bachata is the Cutest Thing You'll See All Day

If you thought your abuela got down at your last family party, you haven't seen anything yet. 


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How 20 Celebs Are Living It Up This Summer
How 20 Celebs Are Living It Up This Summer

Summer is in full swing and celebrities are definitely taking advantage and enjoying the sunny-filled days. From William Levy to The Bella Twins, check out which stars are taking the season by storm: 

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What Juan Gabriel's Femininity & Hair Flip to Machismo Meant to Queer Latinxs Like Me
What Juan Gabriel's Femininity & Hair Flip to Machismo Meant to Queer Latinxs Like Me

Juan Gabriel’s existence was radical. He embraced everything that was feminine in a machista society. His visibility was the kind that gave hope to young queer kids throughout Latin America. He did for gender roles in the Latinx community what no other person in music has been able to accomplish so far. No one could belt out a mariachi popurri like him or look as fabulous in a shiny, sequined suit. Juan Gabriel was Mexico. Juan Gabriel was queerness.


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