By Priscilla Rodriguez | 11/05/2013 - 15:49
Taking your husband's last name is a marital tradition that has been around forever, and although some choose not to adopt their esposo's name these days, there are still many who do. From Salma Hayek to Raquel Welch, here are 10 Latina celebrities who chose to opt for tradition:
By Priscilla Rodriguez | 11/01/2013 - 10:05
Celebrities are always trying to brand themselves in as many new and innovative ways as possible. From launching fragrances to designing clothes, they use their fame to sell us products.
Now a handful of Latinas can also be found on your coffee stand, night table or bookshelf as they dabble in the life of an author. Here are 15 Latinas who have transitioned themselves from stars to authors:
By Araceli Cruz | 10/22/2013 - 14:03
You probably learned to speak Spanish in one of three ways: from your family; from school; or from pop culture. Movies, TV, and music have been a longtime source for our daily intake of bilingualism (here’s looking at you, Ricky Ricardo!). And it’s pretty evident that it’s easier, and a lot more fun, to sing in our mother tongue than to recite convoluted Spanish sentences in front of the classroom. So we’ve rounded up some of the very best bilingual songs of all-time, so go ahead and sing-along -- you know you want to!
By Jill Pankow | 10/17/2013 - 13:03
It’s always sunny in Florida, especially for these Latino stars with ties to the Sunshine State. Before they rocked stages and lit up screens with their larger than life talents, all of these Latinos called Florida home. If you’re a proud Floridian, find out which of your favorite celebs share your love of that sunlit Southern peninsula!
By Priscilla Rodriguez | 10/02/2013 - 16:35
We may have lost the beautiful and talented Selena Quintanilla back in 1995, but she will forever live on in our hearts through her music! Here are 5 stars who have paid homage to the singer through song covers:
By Latina Staff | 09/16/2013 - 15:22
With Bruno Mars headed to the Super Bowl in February, we started thinking about other Latinos who have hit the halftime stage throughout the years. From Gloria Estefan to Enrique Iglesias, here are a handful of Latinos who have performed at the Super Bowl:
By Priscilla Rodriguez | 09/13/2013 - 12:15
Hispanic Heritage Month begins September 15, and President Obama is kicking off the month-long celebration in a major way!
The White House will be hosting a concert event honoring Latin music on September 16. There will be performances by Ricky Martin, Gloria Estefan, Lila Downs, Romeo Santos, Alejandro Sanz, Prince Royce, Natalie Cole, Marco Antonio Solis, Arturo Sandoval and Raul Malo.