Rimx and Alex Seel’s 16-portrait-16-mural-16-word-one-poem urban collection has been completed, and the result, “16 Barras,” is a unifying message. READ MORE

The turbulent story of Juandrés Vera’s life and art intrigues. Check out our interview with the Mexican muralist, as his work exhibits in New York until April 22nd. READ MORE

Effective immediately, tune in every Wednesday night to hear (((Sonorama))) spin live. Here you have the Spark Notes according to Charly and Eddy to guide your upcoming (((Sonorama))) experience. READ MORE

The only thing better than old-school baked goods are old-school baked goods whipped up by irreverent, kick-ass Latinas. This is what Diana Delatorre and Sandra Hernandez are doing with the help of Hot Bread Kitchen, in El Barrio’s iconic La Marqueta. READ MORE

Soda Stereo drummer Charly Alberti, a frequent Gore collaborator, descends upon New York City tomorrow March 30th to discuss climate change and its particular effects on Latin America. READ MORE

Check out this trailer for the brand new web series, East WillyB, featuring the talents of Danny Hoch, Flaco Navaja, Raul Castillo, Caridad “La Bruja” De La Luz, April Hernandez, and Julia Grob. READ MORE

Dance Syndrome is growing up. This Saturday, Soulphonetics celebrates its 2 year anniversary as the go-to dance party every last Saturday of the month at Butterfly Social Club. Flashback to some of their best nights with our throwback gallery. READ MORE

As we continue to honor Latina leaders during Women’s History Month, we’d like to highlight those who trekked through the political trenches and continue to do so. Here’s a list of female pioneers that have made a difference for the people of tomorrow. READ MORE

This past week Tito Puente, Celia Cruz, Carmen Miranda, Carlos Gardel, and Selena were all honored by having their likenesses emblazoned on postage stamps. But not everyone is happy about this. READ MORE

Suzanne Collins’ Hunger Games trilogy is being adapted to screen, and while she describes the lead as olive skinned, with long dark hair, they’ve cast Jennifer Lawrence, who is…the opposite of that. READ MORE