Stories tagged: "entertainment"


The Unsinkable Rita Moreno Gets Her Dues in New Documentary

'Just a Girl Who Decided to Go for It' is an unflinching, intimate portrait of the living legend. As Moreno herself tells us, it doesn’t pull any punches.

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Meet the Dominican Who Narrates the Spanish Audiobook Translation of Obama’s ‘A Promised Land’

Victor Sabi's childhood dream was to tell stories. Today, as an award-winning voice actor, he is telling the stories—in Spanish—of world leaders Barack Obama and Nelson Mandela.

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Actores puertorriqueños se unen en una pieza virtual para rescatar las tradiciones navideñas

Alexandra Cordero, nieta de Paquito Cordero, protagoniza y produce la obra "Abrazo de Navidad", que ayuda a recordar el verdadero significado de la temporada y sus tradiciones.

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‘One Day at a Time’ Is Officially Canceled. Fans Everywhere Go Into Mourning.

'One Day at a Time' was a reboot of the 1975 sitcom and was on the air since 2017 before being canceled.

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7 Reasons ‘Selena: The Series’ on Netflix Did Not Do Her Memory Justice

"No I’m not watching Netflix Selena. Enough people I trust have expressed VALID concerns and I do not reward mediocrity for the sake of representation. We shouldn’t."

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5 Latino-Themed Halloween Movies for a Safe Holiday at Home

Start popping the popcorn, because here are some frightfully good horror movies (con acento hispano) to scare you silly on Oct. 31.