US Department of Justice releases a 116 page report on the entrenched corruption in the Puerto Rican police force. Better late than never. READ MORE


Find out how to do your part for the Walk for Immigrant New York 2011, an event that celebrates and supports the immigrant communities of New York City. READ MORE


Our cynical, possibly hyperactive historian Eddy Martinez gives us a run down of why Brazil’s journey to independence was probably the weirdest in all of Latin America. Strap in, grab some salgadinhos, turn on some forro, and come along for the ride. READ MORE


Manu Chao’s New York performance proved to be epic. From steamy massive crowd moshings, Manu’s gorgeous live potpourri songs, and even a special secret performances with Gogol Bordello, only add up to the excitement of this evening. Check out our photos. READ MORE


Sabrina Valle and Jessica Quon combine delicious and exotic flavors to create jam the likes of which you’ve never seen before. We don’t think you’re ready for this jelly. READ MORE


We’ve been waiting for Pedro Almodovar’s new film, La piel que habito (The Skin I Live In), with great interest, and we’re happy to say this latest trailer is even weirder than the last one. READ MORE


Johnny Depp is set to appear in the lead role in the film adaptation of Hunter S. Thompson’s “The Rum Diary,” filmed entirely in Puerto Rico. READ MORE


100 Montaditos seeks to claim the US fast food sandwich market in the name of the Spanish crown. READ MORE


Usnavi and Juan Bago battle it out for the title of Uptown Handball Champion, and we have the video proof. READ MORE


Earthquakes. Hurricanes. New York isn’t prepared for any of this. The City offers plenty of recommendations for being prepared, and it’s all excellent, valuable advice, but frankly we don’t think they’ve covered everything. Here’s Remezcla’s supplementary list for disaster readiness. READ MORE