THIS WEEK ON LATINOPIA: REMEMBERING TOMORROW’S VETERANS ON VETERANS DAY, HECTOR TOBAR ON THE STORY BEHIND THE 33, BURUNDANGA BORICUA ON FESTIVAL DE LA PALABRA, EDUARDO DÍAZ ON THE AMERICAN … [Read more...]
THIS WEEK ON LATINOPIA: CHRIS FRANCO ON 57 CHEVY, RIC SALINAS IN 57 CHEVY, LUIS TORRES AND ROSE PORTILLO ON DAY OF THE DEAD, HERMAN SILLAS ON THE VIEW FROM THE PIER, WHAT IS DAY OF THE DEAD? AND … [Read more...]
LATINOPIA IS BACK! Many of you regular Latinopia visitors probably saw that we were off-line for a few days last week. Darn these technical glitches! But we’re back on-line now with our new updated … [Read more...]
Buenos días Señores y Señoras, frijoles y frijolas, hipsters and whigsters and of course all you loyal Latinopians! Lots of great stuff this week. Our video is an interview with Haitian American … [Read more...]
Hola mis queridos Latinopians! Hey, October is on us! Fall and leaves and rain and wind and of course, at the end of the month...Dia De Los Muertos! But before we get there, there's a lot of fun this … [Read more...]
Tia Tenopia here hoping you all got a chance to watch the cool moon eclipse on Sunday night! This week on Latinopia José Umpierre returns with his Burundanga Boricua blog. By now you have all heard … [Read more...]
THIS WEEK ON LATINOPIA 9.20.15
Great videos and great blogs this week on Latinopia! Our videos include an interview with documentary filmmaker Mylene Moreno whose new documentary On Two Fronts will … [Read more...]
What up Latinopians! Lots of blogs this week. We start with a guest blog by Herman Sillas who blasts out regular columns under the title View from the Pier. This week he reflects on how Labor Day … [Read more...]
“WORKERS OF THE WORLD...UNITE!” Okay that’s your Tia Tenopia’s way of saying Happy Labor Day Week-End! Whaaa? Well don’t you know that this week-end, besides the traditional bar-b-ques, department … [Read more...]
Hola my wonderful peeps! Your Tia Tenopia welcoming you to another rollicking week of Latinopia. This week our Blogero Sincero returns with a blog on how a student's potential to succeed in life … [Read more...]
THIS WEEK ON LATINOPIA: BURUNDANGA BORICUA ON THE PUERTO RICAN HOMELAND, DON FELÍPE ON FLAGS OF OUR FATHERS, BALDARRAMA ON THE 1930S REPATRIATIONS, LOS POCHOS WITH PASO DEL NORTE AND ANGELA’S PHOTO OF … [Read more...]
THIS WEEK ON LATINOPIA: EDUARDO DÍAZ ON ONE LIFE: DOLORES HUERTA, DOLORES HUERTA ON 1966 PEREGRINACIÓN, YOGA TALK WITH JULIE CARMEN, AUGUSTÍN LIRA ON LIBERTAD, AND ANGELA’S PHOTO OF THE WEEK.
This … [Read more...]
THIS WEEK ON LATINOPIA: DIANE RODRIGUEZ ON TERMINATOR 2, PAT MORA ON HOUSE OF HOUSES, EL BLOGGER SINCERO WITH IN SEARCH OF BEING CHICANO PART IV, JULIO MEDINA’S SERENDIPITY AND ANGELA’S PHOT OF THE … [Read more...]
THIS WEEK ON LATINOPIA: MORE BURUNDANGA ON PUERTO RICO’S DEBT CRISIS, SAL BALDENEGRO ON A COMMUNITY VICTORY, MORE SERGIO HERNÁNDEZ ON DONALD TRUMP, RUSH HOUR ON JULIO MEDINA’S SERENDIPITY AND ANGELA’S … [Read more...]
CHICANO MORATORIUM, IMMIGRATION REFORM, AND LA SANTA CECILIA!
Hello my Latinopian cohorts, comrades, colleagues, compadres and comadres! Your Tia Tenopia is bubbling over with this week’s Latinopia … [Read more...]
ZAPATEADOS, FIRE, MILAGROS AND MORE!
Hola! Tia Tenopia here with some great stuff for you this week on Latinopia. Our featured new videos are Ricardo Acuña’s monthly video blog, Ricky Luv Video. … [Read more...]
HISTORIC LEMON GROVE, LOS ANGELES WARD AND MORE NEW BLOGS!
Hola Dudes and Dudas! Your Tia Tenopia here with another fab week of Latinopia!.
This week we continue in or series on important events … [Read more...]
MEMORIAL DAY, WATER FOR IMMIGRANTS AND LATINOS AT THE OSCARS!
Hola mis muy queridos señores y señoras, frijoles y frijolas, companeros y companeras, estudiantes, profesores, intelectuales, payasos, … [Read more...]
OLMECA & FRIENDS AND LOS ANGELES WARD.
Greetings and salutations sagacious and savvy Latinopians! This week’s videos are in Music and Cinema. In music we visit again with Olmeca & Friends. … [Read more...]
SAL CASTRO & CHICANO AND CHICANA LITERATURE.
Hola Latinopians. We began this week talking about how April was a real literary month for Latinos throughout the United States and how Latinopia … [Read more...]
SOULFUL CHICANAS AND CONSTRUCTION WORKERS TURNED LITERARY ICONS!
Greetings my good-natured and gallant gang of gloriously genteel but generously gracious googlers! Well here’s your Tia Tenopia … [Read more...]