The Houston Public Library recently received a large donation of books in Spanish from the Consulate General of Mexico. The donation is more than a thousand books, and it includes 28 collections and each collection includes 45 Textbooks (from 1st to 6th grades: Math, Spanish, Sciences, Civics, etc.) and Literature Books. The donation was made […]
Arts & Entertainment
There are many Latino Music and Dance events held in Houston, with different types of musical genres and entertainers. Here are a few for you to add to your list.
The University of Houston is breaking ground once again with a new Spanish creative writing program. Beginning Fall 2017, UH will offer a doctorate program in Spanish with a Creative Writing concentration…
It’s here! It’s here! Netflix finally released the official trailer for “Ingobernable,” the Kate del Castillo original series they promised us a long long time ago. What’s it about? The First Lady of Mexico has big plans to improve conditions for the country. As she starts to lose faith in her husband, President Diego Nava, […]
The new Netflix original “One Day at a Time” will hit your queue on January 6, 2017. I’ve been waiting for this since I first heard about it. I’m glad Netflix shared a release date and a trailer (see below): When no one else is there to tell you you’re wrong, there’s always family. Nobody […]
Twitter announced that they are closing down Vine.In certain circles this is a catastrophe. For the millions of fans for whom the 6-second video sharing site provides daily entertainment, the news is a disappointment. But what about to the Vine stars? What about the handful of Vinesters who have risen to stardom, amassing millions of […]