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  • Celebrities
    TOBBY LOVE PRESENTA SU NUEVO ALBUM “BACHATA NATION” EN NUEVA YORK

    En medio de prensa, luces, cámaras y decenas de seguidores el famoso exponente de Bachata Pop TOBY...

  • Celebrities
    Charlie Sheen announces he is HIV Positive!

    Charlie Sheen—or as some may know him as: Carlos Estevez—made a startling announcement yesterday while on NBC’s Today Show telling the world that he is HIV positive. While appearing in a sit down interview with Today Show’s Matt Lauer, Sheen revealed that he has been HIV positive for the last 4 years....

  • Celebrities
    EL ROMEO SANTOS ECUATORIANO TRAE SU BACHATA A ESTADOS UNIDOS

      Humilde, tímido y agradeciéndole a Dios al final de cada frase, ese es Jordy Quintero, un...

  • Celebrities
    Another Win For LatinTRENDS & Our Readers…

    It started in 2001 with a quarterly magazine named Dominican Times. Young Alex Rodriguez graced the cover...

  • Entertainment
    Deportation Shouldn’t Stop: Congressman on the deaths of Immigrant Children deported

    In the ever-growing debate regarding immigration in the United States of America, not even the possible deaths of some immigrant children may face if deported back to their country of origins seems to quell the debate’s intensity. In fact, for one American congressman the deaths should not stop the deportation process but...

  • Celebrities
    Summer Classic Charity Basketball Game at the Barclays Center

    CC Sabathia’s PitCCh In Foundation and Robinson Cano’s RC22 Foundation unveil their Summer Classic Charity Basketball Game at Barclays Center on Thursday, August 21st at 8:00PM. Sabathia and Cano will serve as captains to two celebrity basketball teams which will be announced closer to the game. All ticket proceeds from the event...

  • News & Politics
    Staff Members of Popular Hispanic Newspaper El Diario wrongfully terminated?

    One of the oldest Spanish-language daily newspaper in the country, El Diario La Prensa is seen as one of the largest Hispanic-focused papers in both the country and New York City. For 101 years, El Diario has reported the news to their readers, but now the publication is currently making news due...

  • News & Politics
    The Voting Power of Dominicanos!

      The 2012 Presidential Elections was important in more ways than just one. While it saw to the re-election of America’s first African-American President Barack Obama, the elections also highlighted a very interesting development in this country. The elections spotlighted the growing population of Latinos who live in this country and how...

  • Social Issues
    Latino Bookshop’s first East Harlem reading and literacy campaign!

    Wanting to show the importance of Latinos in literature and express the importance of literacy to Latino youth, former East Los Angeles middle-school English teacher Aurora Anaya-Cerda decided the best way to do so was by opening up a bookshop named, La Casa Azul in the highly-populated Latino community known as El...

  • Entertainment
    Yotel Terrace Outdoor Party

    Mother Nature has had some issues these past couple of seasons but it’s quite alright considering summer...

  • Events
    Spanish Guitar While you Wine and Dine

    As the weather’s warming up I find myself looking for things to do during the week. Living...

  • News & Politics
    Fight against censorship: The Latino President vs. Ecuadorean Americans

    Since becoming president in 2006, Ecuadorean President Rafael Correa is steadily becoming known as the tyrant with a smile. On Capitol Hill, Correa has been referred to as a tyrant with an “irresponsible tongue” that abuses his power within his country. As president of Ecuador, Correa has used his power to stifle...

  • Entertainment
    Autism Awareness Event

    April is Autism Awareness month and Latin Quarters is hosting a party to support the cause.  ...

  • Entertainment
    Recap Mayor’s Roundtable

    Thursday morning I was able to sit in and participate in a discussion at the Mayor’s Roundtable....

  • Entertainment
    Ladies Night Out

    There’s something electric about the city as the warmer weather approaches us. I think it’s safe to...

  • Entertainment
    Kickbox your way to better health

    I was lucky enough to grow up with a father who mastered the art of boxing. At the time throwing jabs and right hooks seemed like play as opposed to an actual work out. Little did I know those moves would help me out in my later years. Those are stories for...

  • News & Politics
    40 Years Later: Latino Soldiers Awarded Medal Of Honor

    Due to the color of their skin or their religious background, 24 American soldiers were denied recognition for their service in protecting our country. But now, more than 40 years later, the White House will honor these soldiers who risked their lives in service to our nation. These soldiers will not only...

  • News & Politics
    Families left homeless in large Latino community after Harlem Explosion

    Tragedy struck New York City several days ago when an explosion in Manhattan’s East Harlem saw to the leveling of two buildings and resulted in numerous injuries and deaths of several New Yorkers. Last Wednesday, the explosion was being linked to the leaking of natural gas from the infrastructure of the buildings;...

  • Celebrities
    Free showing of UFC 171 at Bottomzup NYC

    I remember as a young girl waking up early Saturday mornings to the sound of my brother...

  • Events
    Free Outdoor Bootcamp

    As the weather has warmed up so has my desire to get back into the gym. Bikini...

  • Entertainment
    How to Successfully date a Latina Professional in NYC

      The dating scene has since changed since our parents’ generation. I’ve come to find men don’t hold open doors anymore let alone call like they used to. We’re lucky if we get a text message with a smiley face for crying out loud. As a professional Latina in today’s world it’s...

  • Celebrities
    Recap of Mid-Winter Taste for City Harvest @ Resorts World Casino

    Last week LatinTrends was invited to City Harvest’s Mid-Winter Taste Event at the Resorts World Casino New York City. City Harvest is a non-profit organization dedicated to ending hunger in communities throughout New York City. All proceeds supported City Harvest in helping feed millions of people who face hunger each year! The...

  • Events
    Sweepstakes [FREE TICKETS] for Mid-Winter Taste for City Harvest @ Resort World Casino NYC

    Like many of our readers; I grew up on grandma’s good ol’ fashion cooking. Can you guess what my favorite dish is? In true Puerto Rican fashion; it’s no surprise my favorite dish is arroz con gandules y pollo with a side of sliced avocado! My family would tell you; I was...

  • Events
    Free Bridal Show at Verdi’s Feb 19th in Long Island, NY

      I’ve been surrounded with hearts, teddy bears and all things love thanks to the wonderful day of amor! I get it; Love is in the air! For all my future Misters and Misses, there’s a FREE Bridal show at Verdi’s of Westbury, NY this coming Wednesday February 19. Make sure to...