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Spanish author’s memoir of childhood battle with cancer turned into new U.S. television series

Spanish author’s memoir of childhood battle with cancer turned into new U.S. television series

By Juan Carlos Pérez-Duthie tintafresca.us Albert Espinosa’s vision of life could have been bleak and dark indeed. Yet it isn’t, in spite of the cancer that nearly killed him. Instead, for this writer, director, screenwriter for film, theater, and TV, life has been as bright as the color yellow, full of hope and possibility. And

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Without intervention, Latino Millennials on same path as parents towards financial insecurity

LatinaLista — When it comes to money, Latinos see spending, saving and investing through a different lens. While the Suze Ormans and Dave Ramseys of the financial world bluntly advise people to think of themselves first when it comes to their money, most Latinos do the exact opposite. In fact, a recent Wells Fargo survey

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Video: Dad & Daughter Duo Share “A Dicho A Day”

LatinaLista — Loida Casares is a loving mom, talented writer and blogger and an enterprising entrepreneur. Yet, of all the hats Loida balances these days, it’s her role as daughter that has unexpectedly brought new meaning into this 40-year-old Latina’s life. About a year ago, Loida’s elderly father, Nicolas, came to live with her and

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Latina artists showcase pride in indigenous culture and folklore

By James Smith LatinaLista Philadelphia – An extensive exhibition of the works of more than twenty emerging Latina artists was offered by Raices Culturales, Friday, at 1417 N. 2nd street, the spacious Crane Arts Building headquarters of Raices. A showcase of an eclectic selection of paintings, photographs, sculptures and textile weavings from artists who are

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New book featuring Latino role models strives to inspire students to be all they can be

LatinaLista — Aside from parents and teachers, role models are an essential part of every student’s learning experience. The Latino community is lucky to have many inspiring role models and next month more students will get the chance to learn about these accomplished individuals in a new nonfiction book geared to ages 8-12 titled Portraits

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