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That right J Balvin now has Blue Hair, the Colombian Urban Artist took to Instagram to post a picture of his new look. Balvin has never really been afraid of changing hair color, last year he had two different hair style when he rocked the color Blond and Purple. Check out some of J Balvin’s …

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Check out Vox videos of 2016 in 5 minutes, going back and looking at all the important moments of 2016.

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Did you watch Netflix’s Narcos and think it would be a perfect fit for TV? So did Univision. The Spanish-language broadcaster is forging a partnershipwith Netflix that will bring the first season of the Pablo Escobar crime saga to TV through the Univision Network. You’ll also see the first run of Netflix’s futbol drama Club …

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On Monday November 16 HBO will be releasing a Documentary  titles “The Latin Explosion: A New America” focusing on Latinos in the Untied States and their roles in Music, TV, Movies, Entertainment, and more as we look on how Latinos have affected the change and growth of America.

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As a young boy living in Paterson, NJ I could never understand why not matter what I was doing or where I was I was found myself coming home to watch Sábado Gigante. Every Saturday night it was my grandmother and me ready to start our 3 hour long show of music, news, comedy and …

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Kim Kardashian showed off her pregnancy yesterday in a nude photo of her full body and baby belly to let the world know that she is really pregnant. “First they say I’m too thin, so I have to be faking. Now they say I’m too big so I have to be pretending,”  that was a small part of …

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The 31st annual Sundance Film Festival wrapped on February 1 in Park City, Utah. Sundance remains one of the most competitive film festivals in the world, with only 1.5% of films accepted of the 12,166 submitted. Latino voices were modestly represented at the festival this year, while critics observed the festival program to have been …

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DUBAI // Latin expatriates hope that the debut of a cultural festival this month will unify their community as its numbers grow and their respective countries’ UAE ties strengthen. Ximena Cordova, co-director of the Dubai Latin Art Fest, which is being held next Friday night, said the festival came about from “a general feeling that …

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The ’90s and early ’00s were the golden age of Latin music in the U.S. Behold, 14 of the best songs you forgot you were completely obsessed with as a teen. (Note: This isn’t a ranked list; the songs are listed chronologically.) 1. “Bidi Bidi Bom Bom” by Selena. No list is complete without la reina herself. (The …

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In a perfect world, “Selma” would exist solely as a depiction of darker days long since past, an American history lesson that concludes with reassurances that its horrors will no longer be perpetrated, tolerated nor celebrated. Alas, perfection eludes us on this mortal, earthly plane; “Selma” shows the evolution of change while beaming a spotlight …

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Directed by Clint Eastwood in what some may take as alarmingly short order following “Jersey Boys” (which was released only six months ago, for heaven’s sake), “American Sniper” proves the dictum “never count an auteur out” by proving itself as Eastwood’s strongest directorial effort since 2009’s underrated “Invictus” pretty much right out of the starting …

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Prince Royce, Gerardo Ortiz and Luis Coronel are among the winners of the night at the 3rd annual awards show Gerardo Ortiz, Yandel and Natalia Jiménez wowed the audience with their extraordinary performances Kany García was radiant as a Guest Presenter Sony Music Latin congratulates its winners in the 3rd Annual Premios Tu Mundo celebration …

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There’s a good chance you never knew you needed to witness the sight of an angry ape charging on horseback, double-fisting a pair of machine guns. But trust me, you do. Although Jane Goodall might disagree, that showstopping sequence of lead-spraying primate mayhem is just one of the many giddy pleasures in Matt Reeves’ surprisingly …

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