Author: Latina Editors

Latina Editors has published 72 articles.



Self

The air is finally cooling, the holidays are approaching, and what we like to call Treat Yourself Season is upon us. For this month’s edition of THE LIST, we’ve gathered ten standout small businesses and independent designers to support on Black Friday, including one-of-a-kind jewelry from Hernan Herdez and OCHIO, [...]

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On November 4th, 2023, the vibrant streets in the community of West Adams, Los Angeles were alive with color, music, and a palpable sense of community at the First Annual Dia de los Muertos Block Party Festival. Hosted by Midcity Mercado and District 10 of Los Angeles, this event marked [...]

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“I came to this earth to do music, and that’s all I have been doing my entire life,” Cuban artist Daymé Arocena told LATINA back in May from her home in Puerto Rico. “I never made the decision to be a musician. I was just born a musician.” Arocena’s parents [...]

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Jorge and Carmen Aguirre opened their South Denver restaurant La Chiva as a way to shatter misconceptions about their native Colombia. “The little bit that people know about Colombia is what they hear on the news about the cartels and all of that stuff,” Jorge Aguirre told LATINA. “That’s something [...]

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On average, Latinas are paid just 52 cents for every dollar paid to white, non Hispanic men – a decrease from 54 cents in 2021. This number includes part-time workers, gig workers, and migrant and seasonal workers, as well as Latinas working full-time, year round. Actors Lisa Vidal and Diana [...]

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“For the First and Onlys: You have been assigned this mountain to show it can be moved.” Those are the opening words of “First Gen,” a new memoir by former White House Deputy Director of Hispanic Media Alejandra Campoverdi. The women’s health advocate and former congressional candidate has a longstanding [...]

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There are few things more iconic than New York Fashion Week. LATINA was invited backstage at one of the season’s best shows by MARCO CASTRO, the official beauty sponsor of the Willy Chavarria SS24 show. We spoke with Castro and photographer Diego Bendezu to discuss the looks and how Bendezu [...]

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Welcome back to THE LIST, our monthly roundup of the products we’re loving right now. This month, THE LIST focuses on the home and interiors, with a selection of furniture and contemporary art from Latin American designers, kitchenware from two Egyptian sisters, glassware from Solange Knowles, and much, much more. [...]

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Established in 2016 to highlight Los Angeles’ diverse culinary heritage, the Los Angeles Times’ Food Bowl has returned for its 7th annual celebration of the best bites across Southern California. The festival runs from September 6th-24th with activations all over the city of Los Angeles. It includes a launch party [...]

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Among its incredible vistas and high-alpine charm, Aspen, Colorado is also known to be expensive and inaccessible to most. The Raizado Festival is looking to change that. The premise of the festival is simple: to bring together Latino changemakers and to uplift the workers who often serve as the backbone [...]