The director of news and community affairs will be the voice of AL DÍA’s virtual event honoring Philadelphia’s young leaders.
Solo el 55.6% de la población votó en las elecciones del 2016, una cifra bastante inferior a los países vecinos de Canadá (68.1%) y Mexico (63.1%).
Only 55.6 percent of the country voted in the 2016 election, way lower than Canada where citizens show up the polls at 68.1% and México, at 63.1%.
RubberbanDance Group is coming to Philly.
Puerto Ricans on the mainland are increasing in number by the day.
On Sunday, September 25th 2016, Leguizamo came to Philadelphia with the Campaign for Hillary for America, in which he frantically zig-zagged through four events across the city that celebrated hispanidad to promote voter registration and the official launch of IWillVote.com. But, before he got to The Puerto Rican Day Parade, Festival El Coqui, Boricuafest, and Pennsylvania Victory, he spoke with AL DÍA, bluntly effusing about his political interests and his experience as a Latino in Hollywood.
Ever since she was born in Mexico to workaholic and entrepreneurial parents, both her nature and her nurture have fortified in Karla Narvaez Hurley, President and founder of Global Bilingual Solutions, the gift of dreaming big.
Amidst national focus on immigration issues, Alicia Kerber Palma is focusing on worker’s rights in her new station as Mexican Consul of Philadelphia.
The Kimmel Center for The Performing Arts announces productions, performers, and programs for the 2016-17 Season, emphasizing educational, accessible, diverse, and restorative incentives and initiatives that will continue to monetarily and culturally enhance Philadelphia.
Nelson Perez is the first Latino archbishop in the history of the city, and is expected to officially begin his post on Feb. 18.
The annual celebration held December 6 recognized sponsors and community partners who assisted in empowering, educating, and providing social potential to members.
APM held its annual Gift of Love Children’s Benefit event on Nov. 21.
In a panel at the recent B.PHL Innovation fest, representatives from organizations from throughout the city agreed that a singular approach cannot solve this complex issue.
Rodriguez will be moderating a panel of innovators behind the biggest festivals in Philadelphia to hear why this city has so much to celebrate.
The third annual AL DÍA News Lawyers Forum celebrated top Latino lawyers of Pennsylvania at the Pyramid Club October 1.
Campus Philly’s Create event provided students who want to pursue creative careers with valuable tips from professionals who have charted their own way in the industry.
Juan Franco Murillo, the executive director of DVLF, is the third feature of our new Spotlight section.
A partnership between Lyft, PHA and Uplift Solutions, is aiming to assist North Philly residents living in food deserts reach healthier food options.
The North Philly rapper’s charges were dropped this morning, ending a 12-year battle with the state’s criminal justice system.
The fourth annual Employee Resource Group (ERG) Summit, sponsored by Prospanica, was held at Two Liberty Place in Center City Philadelphia August 22.
The concert promoting his latest album comes to Philadelphia for one-night-only, as part of the North American tour.
The decision was delayed this morning and pushed to Aug. 27 after Mill’s lawyer asked a judge for more time.
The city has suffered gun violence for decades. It is time to address the issue in a comprehensive fashion.
The three-day Live Más Scholarship Workshop helps strengthen the scholars’ passions and support their goals, while providing them with valuable tools towards long-term success.
My Philly Summer gives interns and college students throughout the Philadelphia region the opportunity to connect, network, and have fun!