Nearly a year after Hurricane Maria devastate Puerto Rico, there's a new initiative to bring tourism back to the island.
Through activities and community building exercises, children impacted by Hurricane Maria began to heal from the trauma of disaster at the Liberty Lutheran’s Camp Noah in Reading, PA.
Nine-year-old Jayden Perez received one of 14 awards from TD Bank for outstanding young citizens at the National Liberty Museum in Philadelphia on Thursday.
The founders of Nuevo Impulso Cultural Eminente (NICE) believe in the power of art as a tool of social transformation in Puerto Rico.
Camp Noah, run by St. Luke’s Lutheran Church, aims to help 50 children displaced by Hurricanes Irma and Maria heal from their trauma while having fun.
Filadelfia puede disfrutar ahora del primer puesto latino permanente en este mercado tradicional, con los platos callejeros puertorriqueños favoritos de Luis Liceaga y Rafi Nieto.
The agency's internal report details what went wrong in how FEMA responded to Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico.
Philly-based PRWT worked on the ground to make the recovery from Hurricane Maria a little easier for Puerto Ricans in the town of Guayama.
Philly can now have its fill of Luis Liceaga and Rafi Nieto’s Puerto Rican street food favorites at the historic market’s first Latino-owned permanent vendor.
To avoid another death toll undercount as dramatic as what multiple studies are showing has happened in Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria, three Democratic representatives have introduced legislation to put in place more accurate measurements for future disasters.
La Borinqueña, Wonder Woman y otros superhéroes forman parte la nueva antología de cómics producida por Edgardo Miranda-Rodriguez para animar a los residentes de Puerto Rico.
El pasado 4 de junio, Puerto Rico celebró el centenario del natalicio de Noel Estrada, autor de "En mi viejo San Juan".
The event showcased Latino filmmakers from all over Latin America and the U.S. But at the festival’s opening night, a special emphasis was placed on Puerto Rico and the island’s rebuilding efforts in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria.
Nasheli Juliana, Puerto Rican fashion designer and chair of the fashion department at Moore College of Art & Design, is working to change the lay of the land in the fashion world and beyond, centering design on sustainability, collective change, and power.
La diseñadora puertorriqueña y presidenta del departamento de Moda de Moore College of Art & Design, Nasheli Juliana, trabaja para transformar el mundo de la moda apostando por la sostenibilidad, el cambio colectivo y el poder.
La Borinqueña, Wonder Woman, and a host of other superheroes join together to uplift Puerto Rico in Edgardo Miranda-Rodriguez’s new comic anthology, “Ricanstruction: Reminiscing and Rebuilding Puerto Rico.”
En sus poemas, la fallecida autora puertorriqueña emigrada a Manhattan explora temas como la identidad puertorriqueña y el legado del colonialismo.
A Harvard study, released Tuesday, estimated that 4,645 Puerto Ricans died due to Hurricane Maria from Sept. 20 — Dec. 31, 2017.
On Wednesday, Kenney joined several other mayors of mainland U.S. cities to meet and talk with mayors of Puerto Rican cities to discuss continued recovery and resilience efforts on the island.
From June 1-3, you can see groundbreaking films, documentaries, and shorts from Latino and Latin American filmmakers as part of the annual showcase.
As an educator and innovator in the world of design and an advocate for her native Puerto Rico, Nasheli Juliana Ortiz-González shared her knowledge and personal story of purpose and success in the fashion world.
La encuesta del consumidor revela que sólo un 19 por ciento de los puertorriqueños considera que la isla va a estar mejor en seis meses.
Philabundance y la biblioteca Lillian Marrero han llegado a un acuerdo para distribuir fruta y verdura fresca gratuitamente entre los residentes de la comunidad, incluyendo los centenares de puertorriqueños desplazados por el huracán María que hoy viven en el barrio.
The partnership between Philabundance and the Lillian Marrero Library offers free fruits and vegetables to community residents — including the hundreds of Puerto Ricans displaced by Hurricane Maria now living in the area.
Martín Espada, the "mythological" Puerto Rican poet/lawyer, has achieved the dream of many by becoming the first Latino to receive the Ruth Lilly poetry prize for his exceptional career.