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ASK TIA TENOPIA 8.25.14

THIS WEEK ON LATINOPIA: SPECIAL KIND OF TEA TIME, A SMITTEN FLOWER SELLER, A REPENTANT AUTHOR, ANGELA’S PHOTO OF THE WEEK AND A NEW ARNIE AND PORFI! Hola Latinopians and welcome to another week at … [Read more...]

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ANGELA’S PHOTO OF THE WEEK 8.25.14 “PANTRY CAFE”

Pantry Cafe One of our old landmarks and they are known for their apple pie. Continuing from my Instagram series (http://instagram.com/amosart).   … [Read more...]

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LATINOPIA SHOWCASE “LA HORA DEL TÉ”

Luis R. Quintero is a director based in Los Angeles whose projects including major studio productions, independent films, television pilots and web series. His short drama "La Hora del Té" (Tea Time) … [Read more...]

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LATINOPIA SHOWCASE “LE FLEURISTE”

Gabriel Carmona and Branden Selman are co-founders of Nac Theory Films, an independent film collective based in Nacogdoches, Texas. Both of these creators wear multiple hats, writing, directing, … [Read more...]

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LATINOPIA SHOWCASE RICARDO ACUÑA “SORRY”

Ricardo Lira Acuña is the author of three books of poetry and narrative fiction. He recently has branched out to video production.  Latinopia is proud to hsowcase his original visual poem, "Sorry," … [Read more...]

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LATINOPIA DOCUMENT – THE TREATY OF GUADALUPE HIDALGO

TREATY OF GUADALUPE HIDALGO, 1848 CONTEXT: On December , 1845, the Republic of Texas was admitted to the United States of America as the 28th state. But there was a dispute as to the boundary lines … [Read more...]

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POLITICAL SALSA Y MÁS with SAL BALDENEGRO 8.17.14 “MISSION SANTA ROSA”

SANTA ROSA DE LIMA. For the past 85 years, the Santa Rosa de Lima Mission in Tucson’s Old Pascua Yaqui Village has been a spiritual and community anchor of the village. The Yaquis—whose term for … [Read more...]

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LATINOPIA ART “ASCO COLLECTIVE

ASCO (Spanish for "nausea") is the celebrated avante garde Chicano art collective founded by Harry Gamboa, Jr., Gronk, Willie Herron and Patssi Valdez in 1972. Throughout the 1970s and 1980s ASCO was … [Read more...]

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TALES OF TORRES 8.03.14 “CHILDREN OF GAZA & THE U.S.MEXICO BORDER”

The bloodied, shrapnel-punctured body of a little boy dangling from a makeshift stretcher on a rubble-strewn dusty road in Gaza. The sad, terrified look of a little boy in ragged clothes peering out … [Read more...]

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LATINOPIA WORD LATINO SCIENCE FICTION 1

On April 30, 2014 the first conference on Latino Science Fiction was convened at the University of California at Riverside. The event, organized by Sherryl Vint with the cooperation of Dr. Melissa … [Read more...]

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LATINOPIA FOOD COCINA HERNÁNDEZ “GUACAMOLE”

Welcome to Cocina Hernández! Diane Velarde Hernández shares another one of her great Mexican cuisine recipes with us. Today it's Pico de Gallo and Guacamole. Enjoy! … [Read more...]

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LATINOPIA CINEMA MAURICIO MENDOZA ON RESURRECTION BLVD.

Mauricio Mendoza is a stage and screen actor best known for his portrayal of Miguel Santiago, the eldest brother of the Santiago family in the SHOWTIME drama series Resurrection Blvd. Mauricio told … [Read more...]

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LATINOPIA TEATRO “EL TEATRO CAMPESINO2″

In 1965, having convinced César Chávez and the board of the United Farm Workers of the viability of a theater company to advance the farm worker's grape boycott, Luis Valdez, Agustín Lira and Felipe … [Read more...]

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LATINOPIA TEATRO “EL TEATRO CAMPESINO 1″

The legendary El Teatro Campesino was born out of the struggle of the United Farm Workers Union with which the group was affiliated from 1965 to 1968. The original members of the group included Luis … [Read more...]

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LATINOPIA WORD THELMA REYNA INTERVIEW

INTERVIEW WITH POET LAUREATE THELMA T. REYNA Latinopia.com is proud to repost this interview conducted by Maria Ferrer for the Latina Book Club with author Thelma T. Reyna, newly named Poet … [Read more...]

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LATINOPIA TEATRO “EL TEATRO CAMPESINO 3″

By 1967, the protracted strike by farm workers against California grape growers has reached national proportions. The Teatro Campesino, whose principal members now included Luis Valdez, Daniel Valdez, … [Read more...]

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BRAVO ROAD with DON FELIPE 8.10.14 “STEM,MASSH & p&t”

STEM,MASSH  & p&t : WITHER GOEST THOU? This piece is really a continuation of my work on the History and Philosophy of Education (Scribd 2009) in which I sought to lay out an easy guide to … [Read more...]

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LATINOPIA CINEMA MARÍA JIMÉNEZ HENLEY “ON WEST SIDE STORY”

María Jiménez Henley pioneering Latina actress, choreographer and stage manager. She began her career when she played  the role of "Teresita" in the motion picture WEST SIDE STORY. Latinopia learned … [Read more...]

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LATINOPIA CINEMA MARÍA AGUI CARTER “REBEL”

María Agui Carter is a prize-winning independent filmmaker whose PBS credits include Tango Dual Dance (2000), Rumble Over West Side Story (2000)  and The Devil's Music (2000).  She also produced the … [Read more...]

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ARNIE AND PORFI with SERGIO HERNÁNDEZ 8.10.14 “CRADLE OF CIVILIZATION”

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