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Butter Roll: For a New Generation of Roller Skaters

Culture|FOUNDER STORIES 

Butter Roll: For a New Generation of Roller Skaters

Founder Amy Collado giggles as she recalls the mission statement she wrote six years ago for the first Butter Roll skate event: “To maintain the overall well-being of New Yorkers through roller skating, art and social justice politics.” Looking back she admits she had no idea how it would all [...]

The New Generation of Diseñadoras Mexicanas

Culture|DESIGN 

The New Generation of Diseñadoras Mexicanas

Leer en español Since the early twentieth century, the interior and furniture design scene in Mexico has been led by influential women. Immigrants who arrived to develop their professional careers in Mexico, such as the textile designer Cynthia Sargent in 1951, or the Cuban furniture designer Clara Porset in 1938, [...]

In Guillermo Del Toro’s ‘Nightmare Alley’ Men Are Monsters and Monsters Are Men

Culture|FILM 

In Guillermo Del Toro’s ‘Nightmare Alley’ Men Are Monsters and Monsters Are Men

Men are monsters and monsters are men. Through the course of human history, according to Guillermo del Toro, this is the law of the land, the only principle in an unprincipled world. Since his 1993 debut, “Cronos,” a film that considered notions of eternity by turning grandpa into a bloodsucking [...]

NYC Hip Hop Legends Rokafella and Kwikstep Beatbox Side by Side

Culture|LATINE PIONEERS OF HIP-HOP 

NYC Hip Hop Legends Rokafella and Kwikstep Beatbox Side by Side

This four-part series spotlights generations of New York City Latine hip hop artists, each of them trailblazers  in their respective elements. Featured artists: Kid Freeze, a b-boy pioneer who got his start in the 1970s and the inventor of continuous headspins and a range of power moves; Lady Pink, a [...]

Holiday Recipes from Four Latino Chefs

Culture|RECIPES 

Holiday Recipes from Four Latino Chefs

Food brings people together. Not only around the table but also in the kitchen. Flavors, smells, and visually striking dishes can transport the mind and the heart to moments past, shared among friends and family. The Holidays mark a season where families gather, and generations pass along idiosyncratic cooking traditions. [...]

35-Year-Old Leftist Gabriel Boric Won Chile’s Presidential Election. Now What?

News|POLITICS 

35-Year-Old Leftist Gabriel Boric Won Chile’s Presidential Election. Now What?

In a sweeping rejection of Pinochetism, the people of Chile chose liberal candidate Gabriel Boric over his far-right opponent José Antonio Kast in the country’s hotly contested December 19th runoff election. Boric, who took 56% of the popular vote, rose to prominence as a representative of student activists during protests [...]