By Priscilla Rodriguez | 11/05/2013 - 15:49
Taking your husband's last name is a marital tradition that has been around forever, and although some choose not to adopt their esposo's name these days, there are still many who do. From Salma Hayek to Raquel Welch, here are 10 Latina celebrities who chose to opt for tradition:
By Samantha Leal | 10/30/2013 - 11:49
Nothing says fall like visiting a pumpkin patch! And don't think celebrities are too cool to get in on the action: many of your favorite stars and their adorable little ones made a trip this year to find the perfect pumpkins to take home and carve. Take a peek at the celebrity families who made it out below:
By Cristina Arreola | 10/20/2013 - 13:00
Congrats to new papá, Olivier Martinez! The Spanish actor just welcomed his first baby, a little boy, with gorgeous wife, Halle Berry.
We love that the parents opted to name their newborn Maceo Robert Martinez, a name with Spanish influences and special meaning to Olivier. See which other Latino celebs have given their children beautiful names en español:
By Cristina Arreola | 10/16/2013 - 15:35
Let's be honest: Sometimes, there's no better way to express an emotion than with a cute Emoji. Feeling like a badass? Just use the smiley rockin' the sunglasses. Trying to give your honey some love? The kissing face is perfect.
Ever wondered what those emoticons would look like as a real people? Check it out–we've got 16 Latinas who are channeling their inner Emoji:
By Mariela Rosario | 10/11/2013 - 14:00
If Robert Rodriguez’s Facebook profile were public, the social networking site would probably crash daily. The Texas-based director’s real-life friends list includes a who’s who of Latino Hollywood—actors whom Rodriguez tapped to be in his movies and whose careers he’s helped catapult. Check out our list below and look for Machete Kills on Oct. 11 and Rodriguez’s action-packed cable network, El Rey, in early 2014.
By Samantha Leal | 10/07/2013 - 13:14
Salma Hayek was honored by Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute last week, where she spoke out about the government shutdown and Latino stereotypes.
“Every time you come to D.C., it’s intense,” she told the Washington Post. “If you come during a government shutdown, it’s a little more intense.”