Our conversations with two artists from groups that have been making exciting, impactful music for more than two decades.
Nuestras conversaciones con dos artistas de dos grupos que han estado haciendo música fresca y impactante por más de dos décadas.
Nina Vaca shared the power of her personal triumphs and struggles as they have formed her professional journey in her speech at the AL DÍA Women's Summit.
A young Boricua artist and director amplifies Latinx voices at Philly’s First Person Arts Festival this November.
Una joven artista y directora boricua amplifica las voces de los latinos en el First Person Arts Festival de Filadelfia, que se celebrará en noviembre.
As a marketing leader in healthcare, Pajil Battle has sought to bridge the divide between medical professionals and communities through innovative programs throughout her career.
Pajil Battle, una líder en el mundo del marketing sanitario, lleva toda su vida trabajando para cerrar la brecha entre los profesionales médicos y las comunidades, a través de programas innovadores.
The bill, introduced by City Councilwoman Helen Gym in June, would require the city’s largest corporations to give workers advance schedule notice.
Check out some of the top Spanish-language films that are included in this year’s premiere event for Philly film-lovers and casual movie-goers alike.
La miembro del Concejo Municipal Helen Gym se sentó con AL DÍA para discutir su propuesta de legislación sobre la semana laboral justa, los ID municipales, el cierre del Centro de Detención de Berks y otros muchos asuntos.
City Councilmember Helen Gym sat down with AL DÍA to discuss her proposed fair work week legislation, city municipal IDs, shutting down the Berks Detention Center, and more.
At a symposium at the Rutgers-Camden campus this week, Puerto Rican leaders and experts explored the “storms” that created Puerto Rico’s crisis — and what comes next for the island post-Maria, nearly one year later.
In her new lead role in the Pennsylvania Ballet’s production of “Romeo and Juliet” this fall, Mayara Pineiro is living out a dream that has spanned years and continents.
As midterm elections approach, the spotlight for many of Philadelphia's politicians, activists, and voters remains on Puerto Rico’s recovery nearly a year after Hurricane Maria struck the island.
With a gift of 2 million seeds and a $500,000 research grant from Starbucks, coffee growers in Puerto Rico look to the future of rebuilding the island’s coffee industry.
Philadelphia's Magic Gardens is hosting a talk and mezcal tasting with Mexican designer and innovator Salvador Peribán on Oct. 11 as part of an effort to highlight the contemporary relevance of Mexican folk art featured in the Gardens and beyond.
With a good meal, guiding questions, and diverse, small discussion groups, On the Table Philly, set to take place Nov. 8, is seeking to shift the narrative on civic dialogue at the local and national levels.
De crecer en una familia de trabajadores migrantes puertorriqueños a allanar el camino hacia el éxito en el ámbito educativo, la Dra. Bonilla-Santiago nunca ha perdido su enfoque directo y honesto para generar el cambio.
From growing up in a Puerto Rican migrant worker family to paving a path to success in academia, Dr. Bonilla-Santiago has never lost her straightforward and honest approach to creating change.
El director de orquesta Miguel Harth-Bedoya lleva su pasión por fusionar las tradiciones musicales de Sudamérica a la Orquesta de Filadelfia en un programa especial, que tendrá lugar del 4 al 6 de octubre.
Conductor Miguel Harth-Bedoya brings his passion for fusing musical traditions from South America to the Philadelphia Orchestra for a special program Oct. 4-6.
Tres emprendedores y artistas latinos ponen ritmo y color a su nueva empresa, Studio 79, lanzada en julio.
Three Latino entrepreneurs and artists are laying down beats and making waves at their start-up Studio 79, which they launched in July.
Fashion designer Nasheli Juliana Ortiz-González takes her visions of Puerto Rico’s complex history to the runways of Paris.
In a new book, officially released on Sept. 20 with a reception at City Hall as part of celebrating immigrant heritage during Welcoming Week, photographer Dave Lakatos highlights immigrant communities throughout the city.