Over at NBC News, Nicole Acevedo writes about 21-year-old Maria Fassi being 1 of 72 players to participate in the first ever Augusta’s Women’s Amateur tournament! Click HERE to learn about the history in the making. Photo: Andy Mead / Icon Sportswire vie AP
Over at the Houston Chronicle, Joey Guerra writes about Prince Royce making history as he is the first tropical artist to perform at RodeoHouston! Check out what the artist has to say HERE! Photo: Gary Fountain / Contributor
Over at publiccharters.org, Kelsey Nelson writes about history in the making as SLAM! launches the first ever radio station ran by students in Miami: SLAM RADIO on SIRIUSXM. Click HERE to learn more about the innovation! To check out a video of SLAM RADIO in action, check out the video above. Photo: SLAM! Radio Station […]
Over at Billboard, Jessica Roiz writes about vallenato singer Carlos Vives donating property in Colombia that will be used in developing an educational railway museum. Click HERE to view full details on this exciting project! Photo: Alexander Tamargo/Getty Images Posted. by: Yenesis Alvarez
Over at Remezcla, the Remezcla Estaff writes about the historic move of the President of Mexico making the presidential residence public, leading for fifteen’s pictures to be taken there for the first time by Lucero! Click HERE for more pictures, videos, and information. Photo: Jupiterimages / Stockbyte Posted by: Yenesis Alvarez
Over at PBS News Hour, Luis Alonso Lugo writes about the history-making moment of having a time where there are more Latin@s in Congress now than ever before. Click HERE for full commentary. Photo: REUTERS/Andrew Kelly Posted by: Yenesis Alvarez
Mexican singer Juan Gabriel, who established himself as one of Latin music’s biggest stars, died Sunday morning in his California home. Gabriel’s publicist confirmed the musician’s death to the Associated Press but provided no details regarding the circumstances. Read his publicists statement HERE (via WashingtonPost). Juan Gabriel was born on January 7, 1950 on Cinco […]
Gabriel Osorio and Pato Escala accept the Oscar for given to “Bear Story” last night. This is the first Chilean film nominated in this category, as well as first Chilean project to win an oscar! READ MORE ABOUT IT via LA TIMES!