The MANO Pasado y Presente Playlist tiene un poquito de todo—some of our favorites that dropped throughout 2021, pero also music from artists who have announced releases for 2022.
I watched 145 films last year. But since I have yet to see some of the key titles released, I decided that this year, instead of a “Best Films of the Year” roundup, I would put together a list of my favorite films of 2021.
One year after the bedlam on Capitol Hill, the nation is more divided than ever. But regardless of our political viewpoints, most of us recognize the significance of January 6.
Music journalist Sandra Treviño speaks with Alejandro Gutiérrez of the Ecuadorian-Swiss band Hermanos Gutiérrez, to talk about their music and their newest single, “Amor Profundo.”
With politics becoming as rigidly a part of one’s identity as race or generation group, asking a conservative to vote Democrat is like asking them to drink kale smoothies while listening to NPR in their Prius.
John Murillo’s ‘Kontemporary Amerikan Poetry’ does what all great poetry should: it cuts into our lives, infiltrates all the spaces of our thinking.
When you let people who don’t believe in democracy take power, you get moves toward minority rule.
For my money, this version of ‘West Side Story’ is far more definitive and richer than the 1961 version that has long haunted Puerto Ricans across the globe.
Some gift ideas that allow you and the music lovers in your life to listen to or learn about new music while supporting the artists who create it.
‘Postcolonial Love Poem’ is a stark reminder, a much-needed one, of the struggles Indigenous folks are still grappling with.
Film critic Alejandro A. Riera offers his list of the films that will fill your heart with cheer this holiday season.
The 2020 census showed Latinos made up more than 50 percent of U.S. population growth, and that with each passing year the GOP’s base is shrinking.