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We all love Romeo Santos and the music he creates but we love him even more when he goes on tour. Last fall Romeo and his team announced that Romeo will be touring in promotion of his Golden album. When first announced Romeo had 18 dates set but since has added 2 more in New …

Could Obama’s ‘fresh approach’ strengthen both Cuba’s draw as a music destination and Cuban artists’ popularity in the United States? How could restoring diplomatic relations between the United States and Cuba impact musicians in both countries? According to information released by the White House on Wednesday (Dec. 17), after President Obama announced the historic détente, …

For such a little country, Cuba does manage to maintain its role as the pebble in America’s shoe with ease, as we’ve discussed. With the old regime getting pretty old and restrictions being gradually eased by both sides, it’s easy to start thinking that more than 50 years of this is about to come to …

Talks continue after sovereign’s “frank exchange of views” with bondholders in 11th hour meeting over debt Argentina’s finance minister is to continue meeting holdout creditors on Wednesday, in a bid to find a last-minute solution to its debt impasse, according to Argentine media reports. Axel Kicillof met representatives of the holdouts for the first time …

Where do America’s wealthiest hang their ridiculously expensive hats? After working hard all day to purchase the universe, where do they relax in a gold-plated Jacuzzi? Not in New York. Or San Francisco. Or Beverly Hills. According to the Higley 1000, many of the country’s richest residents live in neighborhoods off the beaten path. Increasingly, …

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — Mirroring problems with the federal health care website, people around the nation attempting to navigate the Spanish version have discovered their own set of difficulties. The site, CuidadoDeSalud.gov, launched more than two months late. A Web page with Spanish instructions linked users to an English form. And the translations were so …

As a child, Daniel Garza spent much of his time picking crops in the fields alongside his father, who immigrated from Mexico to the United States 50 years ago in search of work, with nothing more than a fourth-grade education. The family was poor, their home the size of a tool shed. With no running …

Once upon a time there was a Mexican-American man by the name of César Chávez, a farm worker who became a civil rights leader and founded the United Farm Workers Union…and there was an inspirational woman named Dolores Huerta, also Mexican-American, who helped him do it. Then, there was a Colombian-American man by the name …