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MMA Star Ronda Rousey Takes On Champ Meisha Tate on March 3

February 23, 2012 

A lot of people think mixed martial arts is a man only sport. Those people are in for a bruising from “Rowdy” Ronda Rousey. This Amazonian fighter is going up against the current Strikeforce Bantamweight champion Meisha Tate on March 3. Ronda is a former Olympian, having won the bronze medal in Judo at the….


Gael Garcia Bernal Will Be The Next Zorro

February 20, 2012 

Gael Garcia Bernal is going to join the fraternity of actors that have donned tight black pants and a cape to play El Zorro. Everyone’s favorite Latino superhero will return to the big screen next year in a futuristic Zorro reboot called “Zorro Reborn”. Apparently, it takes place in outer space or something. Gael playing….


Carnival Starts In Rio

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February 16, 2012 

Carnival season has started in Brazil and that means scantily clad women wearing giant feathers. We don’t know if ladies in carnival costumes is a fetish, but if not it should be. It takes most of  the year to build the outfits these dancers wear. They all have to be made by hand, presumably by….


Blocao, The Carnival For Dogs

February 14, 2012 

Carnival/Mardi Gras season is getting ready to start all over Latin America. If you are going to do carnival up right, you head down to Rio. Those Cariocas know how to throw a drunken half-naked parade. Every year, millions of people descend on the city for this infamous festival of debauchery. In the last few….


Valentine’s Day Cards From Tu Vez

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February 14, 2012 

From Tu Vez to you with love, here’s a selection of Latino-oriented Valentine’s Day cards.


Wish List: Harley-Davidson Seventy-Two

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February 13, 2012 

Ever since our pops got himself a Harley-Davidson a couple of months ago, we’ve been wanting one of our own. And now, as if The Universe is trying to tell us something, Harley-Davidson released the Seventy-Two Sportster. The bike, named after East L.A.’s Whittier Boulevard (a traditional cruising street also dubbed as “Route 72″), is….


On Being A Latino Star Wars Fan

February 10, 2012 

George Lucas has once again set about trying to destroy what’s left of our childhoods. Today, the first of the “Star Wars 3D” series is being released. It’s “Star Wars: Episode 1 The Phantom Menace”, so it’s easy enough to stay away. Not much can be done to make that film worse, but I refuse….


Spanish Painter Antoni Tapies Has Gone To The Great Museum In The Sky

February 07, 2012 

The modern art world lost one of its greats today with the death of Spanish painter Antoni Tapies. He was one of the most famous painters to come out of Spain since Dali and Miro, though you don’t hear about him as much here in the United States. He liked to make weird semi-surreal, quasi-abstract….


Luchadoras Fight For The Dream Act In North Carolina

February 06, 2012 

There are different strategies that organizations use to try and get their point across. Some stage protests, hunger strikes, or letter writing campaigns. The ladies of the NC Dream Team decided to don masks and wrestle Lucha Libre style. The North Carolina organization is made up largely of undocumented students that support the adoption of….


Happy Black History Month To Our Afro-Latino Brothers And Sisters

February 03, 2012 

While next month is Hispanic history month, February is black history month. In the United States, we tend to think that the only Black people are African-Americans and Africans. We tend to forget that 40% of Latinos are of African descent. During the slave trade, 95% of African slaves were brought to Latin America. Afro-Latinos….

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