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Latino Films Shine at Sundance Film Festival

Quality not quantity Latino films make a big splash at 2014 Sundance Film Festival Over the past few years, I have had the good fortune of attending the Sundance Film Festival, always with great expectations about the Latino

Life, Art and Business

Argentine Artist Nadine Baurin Finds Her Balance "Stillness," by Nadine Baurin, 2009. Photo: Courtesy of the artist Creativity rarely goes hand-in-hand with business acumen. Business doesn't interest many artists, as they would be the…

Kiki Melendez An Entertainment Pioneer

An inspirational Hispanic businesswoman, actress and comedienne Latina comedienne Kiki Melendez has created a smash hit with her bilingual docu-comedy The Journey of a Female Comic (La Trayectoria de Una Comediante). The…

A Recap of USA’s Latino Olympians

Hispanic Olympic Athletes skillfully represented not only the Latino community but also the entire country in the 2012 London games Many USA Latino athletes represented our country and our community in London. While some found their way to…

Havana Through a U.S. Lens

A visit to Cuba in words and images shows friendly people despite nation’s poor economy Ellen and Paul Lewis of White Plains, N.Y., embarked on an Insight Cuba trip recently. What follows is a short Q and A with Paul Lewis