By Latina Staff | 01/28/2014 - 15:54
Have you ever wondered how Latina gets made? Well, here’s your chance to hear the process straight from the editors. In correlation with our February Social Media issue, our Director of Editorial Content, Damarys Ocana Perez, and her team of editors will host our first Google Hangout tomorrow at 3PM (Eastern) on Google +.
Log onto Google + and find out the stories behind:
*Selecting Becky G and Jasmine V as our cover stars
By Amaris Castillo | 10/13/2011 - 12:11
In honor of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we asked Latina readers on our Facebook page to send a message to a loved one who is suffering or has suffered from breast cancer. The outpouring of stories was remarkably touching – we appreciate those who responded.
By Galina Espinoza | 09/12/2011 - 15:06
In 1996, the first issue of Latina magazine hit newsstands featuring a then-little-known Jennifer Lopez on the cover.
Fifteen years later, Jennifer Lopez is not only a global superstar, she is also one of the biggest, most bankable brands in show business, with accomplishments that range from being the first woman to have both a film and an album at number one in the same week, to being crowned the "World's Most Beautiful Woman."
By Galina Espinoza | 11/09/2010 - 12:00
It has been a week since the polls closed on this year’s mid-term elections, and during that time pundits have talked about everything from the amount of money spent collectively on federal campaigns (nearly $4 billion, a record), to the number of political ads that aired on TV (more than 1.4 million in October, an all-time high), to, oh right, what the results might mean for America (in a nutshell: we voted for “change,” whatever that means).
By Galina Espinoza | 10/19/2010 - 14:27
By Latina Staff | 02/28/2008 - 12:32
By Mimi Valdés Ryan
When the controversy surrounding Jessica Alba’s roots heated up last fall, we at Latina really wanted to get to the bottom of it. We wrote a passionate letter to Alba’s publicist requesting an interview. Our thinking was that she needed to address her latinidad instead of all these random quotes that may or may not be true.