Latina Loves: 6 Things We Can't Get Enough of in February

By Nichole Fratangelo & Jamie Katz

This article originally appeared in the February 2017 issue of Latina Magazine. 

February isn't only about hearts and romantic dinners. These products, events, and more are our faves of the month.

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1. Sweat with Silk

Sweat with Silk

This month, take your workouts — and confidence — to new heights. Jill franklin’s aerial Physique fitness classes will tone you up by using aerial silks and a combination of pilates, yoga, and cirque-esque moves. you’ll be flying high in no time. (aerialphysique.com, first class $30) 


2. Poetic Science

Poetic Science

An artistic
exhibition explores
and celebrates
Puerto Rico’s
tropical El Yunque National
Forest. (National Museum of Puerto Rican Arts & Culture, Chicago, through March 31)


3. Romantic Verse

Romantic Verse

Perfect for Valentine’s Day: the seductive and beautiful Love Poems, by the Nobel-prize winning Chilean poet Pablo Neruda. Ask your bae to read them to you in both English and Spanish. (New Directions Paperbook, $10)


4. New Mexico's Finest

New Mexico’s Finest

Albuquerque’s Siembra: Latino Theater Festival showcases various Latino playwrights, spanning all genres from short plays to monologues. (Ticket price $10–$15) 


5. Live By Night Zoe

Live by Night

Zoe Saldana and Ben Affleck navigate the mob lifestyle in this crime thriller set during the Roaring ’20s Prohibition era. (Opens January 13) 


6. Ultimate Locavore

Ultimate Locavore

Even apartment-dwelling foodies can take charge of the supply chain with these Back to the Roots home-growing kits for everything from flower gardens to mushrooms. (backtotheroots.com, varieties starting at $5)