The native peoples of South America celebrate the Andean New Year, a tradition they carry with them wherever they migrate.
Natalia Puertas Cavero
Urban singer Ozuna released a new version of his song "Mi Niña Live" for Father's Day.
It's been 50 years since El Chavo del 8 first aired on TV, but its anniversary will not be celebrated.
The Latin Recording Academy announced Thursday through a press release that the Latin Grammy Awards will return next November.
Puerto Rican-born actress Gina Rodriguez will direct for the first time a film about the life of Mexican boxer Ryan Garcia.
On the 60th anniversary of Ernest Hemingway's death, researchers pay tribute to the writer and journalist in a virtual colloquium organized from Cuba.
The awards given by the Univision network placed Karol G and Camilo at the top of the nominations against the most popular artists of reggaeton.
The documentary Siempre Luis chronicles the life of Puerto Rican Luis Miranda Jr. and will premiere on June 20 on HBO Max.
The National University of Misiones in Argentina awarded the degree of doctor "honoris causa" to the Uruguayan writer Eduardo Galeano.
LALIFF celebrated its 20th edition in a hybrid mode between face-to-face and virtual, and announced the first winners of the Latinx Inclusion Fellowship.
Antonio Banderas will shoot a gangster movie in Thessaloniki, the Greek city that will be transformed into Miami.
After 17 years apart Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez are spotted together and confirm their romance with a kiss.
The latest edition of PHotoESPAÑA in Madrid, takes a look back at the work of the Canadian pioneer of advertising photography, Margaret Watkins.
In a historic day for equal employment opportunities, legislation for parity in gender representation in communication services was approved.
Karol G announced her next U.S. tour after a long break due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Perfume of Gardenias, a black comedy about Puerto Rico's funeral culture, premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival over the weekend.
Continuing with the promotion of her latest EP, Chilean singer Mon Laferte released a mini documentary of her song "Se va la vida."
Kamala Harris becomes the first sitting vice president to participate in the Pride march in Washington D.C.
The legacy of urban artist Keith Haring will be preserved in a building in Barcelona that was planned to be demolished, but its city council has decided to protect the mural.
The International Hispanic Theatre Festival returns to its on-site edition in Miami.
The Puerto Rican singer combines with the freshness of the Chilean Paloma Mami on a new song out on all digital platforms.
Amazon Music LAT!N's series, Mi Historia (My History) premiered its new episode this Wednesday.
A collaboration between the Museum of the neighborhood and the Metropolitan Hospital brings some pieces of the permanent exhibition closer to patients, proving the healing power of art.
The coordinators and organizers have announced the queens, godmothers and artists who will be present at the event.
The Argentine director talks about euthanasia in his film The Dose, and explores the lack of legislation around the practice.