Taking Off the Gloves With UFC Fighter Ricardo Lamas: Q&A

Lamas spoke to Popular Hispanics’ Editor-in-Chief on an exclusive telephone interview from sunny Florida.

"Ardor" Ignites Social Themes on a Global Scale

Fendrik, originally from Argentina, took a few moments to speak to Popular Hispanics about his latest body of work ...

Haas Names Gutiérrez to 2016 Race Seat

Haas F1 Team founder/chairman Gene Haas named Mexican driver Esteban Gutiérrez to a race seat with his team when it makes its 2016 debut...

Patricia Vonne Captures Her Latina Heritage with New Album "Viva Bandolera"

Viva Bandolera represents both a labor of love and a completion. Sung entirely in Spanish...

The Nuances of Diversity

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has issued an updated report on the diversity profile of the federal workforce ... 

Aeromexico Announces a New Canadian Route: Mexico City – Vancouver

Aeromexico, announces the beginning of its new direct flight between Mexico City and Vancouver on Dec. 9th, 2015

Organic vs Natural

What is the Difference between Organic Foods and All Natural Foods?

Mobile Market Changes How Things Work in Mexico

In Mexico, it’s expected that there will be 54.4 million smartphone users by 2017. 

Et Tu Bi-STEM?

Hispanics, whether 2nd or 4th generation Americans, represent an ever increasing proportion of the American workforce. 

Cooking and Eating Guilt-Free Meals

With these 4 simple steps you can enjoy a guilt free meal.

Your vacation guide to Puerto Vallarta

The Mexican resort of Puerto Vallarta has long been popular with tourists and travellers as a place of beauty that is ideal for a relaxing vacation.

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Honduran father finds purpose after son’s surgery
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Honduran father finds purpose after son’s surgery

When Alex Guerrero laid eyes on his youngest son Cesar for the first time he saw beyond his clef lip and cleft palate and into his beautiful soul. His wife and three other children felt the same way. The Guerreros spent many sleepless nights afraid Cesar would choke to death because of his breathing challenges or because they hadn’t yet figured out how to feed him properly.

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Salvadoran American Author Give Voice to the Voiceless
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Salvadoran American Author Give Voice to the Voiceless

California-born author Randy Jurado Ertll was deported to El Salvador, along with his mother, as an infant. At the time, his mother had two choices: leave him behind or take him to Central America with her.

This injustice set the stage for the activist’s lifelong passion of being a voice for the voiceless not only through literature and writing but through activism.

Ertll was born in the early 1970s in Los Angeles to a Salvadoran woman who spent long and difficult days working at a sweat shop. 

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Spotlight on anti-bullying advocate Lizzie Velasquez
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Spotlight on anti-bullying advocate Lizzie Velasquez

Lizzie Velasquez battles a rare congenital disease that impedes her from accumulating body fat. The condition led to countless doctors’ visits and cyber-bullying to the extreme where one stranger called her “the world’s ugliest woman” on YouTube. 

Instead of allowing life’s hurdles to get the best of her she refuses to be a victim and has built a huge following across the world. Via her YouTube channel, Velasquez shares her life with her fans in a raw and inspiring style. 

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Claudio Miranda Takes Viewers to “Tomorrowland”
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Claudio Miranda Takes Viewers to “Tomorrowland”

Even after having been on set with some of the most famous people in Hollywood, cinematographer, Claudio Miranda could not help but be awestruck during the filming of “Tomorrowland,” starring George Clooney and directed by Brad Bird. But it wasn’t so much the people or the project that blew his mind, albeit he realizes how lucky he is to do what he loves, but it was the location that captivated him. 

In an interview for Popular Hispanics, Miranda indicated that, “It was very interesting being on the space shuttle launch pad.

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Interview with Everardo Gout, director of Days of Grace
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Interview with Everardo Gout, director of Days of Grace

Mexican writer/director Everardo Gout moves audiences from around the world with his directorial debut “Days of Grace”. This thriller mixes crime and passion for soccer into one piece of truth-telling art.

The story follows three different time periods during the World Cups of 2002, 2006, and 2010. The movie primarily focuses on a young policeman Lupe (Tenoch Huerta) as he focuses on what’s called “the days of grace,” meaning the 30 days during which the World Cup takes place. 

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Uruguayan artist Max Capote will captivate SXSW audience

Uruguayan artist Max Capote will captivate SXSW audience

When Uruguayan sensation Max Capote gets on stage and loses control, magic happens. It’s the type of magic that only comes when a musician connects with the lyrics of his songs and his audience on a raw level. It’s the type of magic that those who spend hundreds and hundreds of dollars, and hours upon hours waiting in lines at South by Southwest hope to witness.

The Latin Grammy-nominated artist released his second album, "Aperitivo de Moda," in the U.S. He is slated to perform at 12 a.m. on March 20 at the Red Eyed Fly.

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Feeling at Home with Amelia Morán Ceja of Ceja Vineyards
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Feeling at Home with Amelia Morán Ceja of Ceja Vineyards

Amelia Ceja has written her own book of rules and has set her own standard, and the results speak for themselves.  Ceja Vineyard has brought home a number of awards for their fabulous wines, they occupy over 100 acres in the Carneros region of Napa Valley, and are about to break ground on a new multi-million dollar facility.  Despite the continued successes, Amelia Ceja is a caring, humble woman who has brought so much more than good wine to this world.

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