GABRIEL GARCIA MARQUEZ, LATIN AMERICAN LITERARY TITAN DIES....and more
Described as “a gastronomic dream” by The Wall Street Journal Ceviche is a unique Peruvian...
It has been said that 'Grupo Niche IS Cali and Cali IS Niche', indeed Niche is the most...
Latin music is not an easy thing to produce, let alone promote, in the UK; you need real...
Antonio Canales is considered one of the greatest Spanish Flamenco Dancers of all time. Once one of...
If you were stranded on a desert island, which tracks would you absolutely need to have to get you...
Scouted after Argentina’s 1978 World Cup victory, Osvaldo Ardiles was one of the first foreign...
Mayor Gustavo Petro's sacking late last year caused public protest and political a political...
Few countries in the world take their Easter celebrations quite so seriously as Spain, one of the...
One of the most successful comedy actors of recent years, Nick Frost plays a depressed office...
Manolo Alcántara is one of the directors of Folds, the award-winning, paper-inspired play,...
Today, on the 30th October in 1910, in the town of Orihuela in southeastern Spain, Miguel Hernandez...
As the Tate Modern hosts the first exhibition of Mira Schendel's work in a decade, we take a...
Mestizo Restaurant and Tequila Bar provides the authentic touch in promoting Mexican cuisine and...
In 1978, Ruben Blades, a young Panamanian “Sonero” and Willie Colon, a New York-born trombone...
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From his untranslatable lyrics that verge on magical realism, to his intensely sensual melodies and...
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Confused when someone tells you to "Stand my balls up", "arm a patch and throw out...
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Having great and varied FREE things to do is the mark of a world class city and, if you look under...
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Julio Etchart first arrived in the UK from Uruguay in the 1970s and has worked as a photojournalist...
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If you were stranded on a desert Island, which tracks would you absolutely need to have to get you...
Sergio Mendes' Desert Island Discs
In the history of Latin Music there have been a lot of big stars. Yet we can still count on both...
TEGO CALDERON: Beyond the Genre
40 years after the coup that changed Chile, Pinochet’s exiles around the world have inspired a new...
Allende’s Children
Juanes, the world’s most successful all-Spanish artist, talks to Latinolife exclusively about music...
“Who would I invite on stage in London?...probably Jessie J!”
One of the most successful comedy actors of recent years, Nick Frost plays a depressed office...
The Fire Within
Paco Peña, one of the world's most celebrated flamenco guitarists mourns an irreplaceable...
We Owe Paco So Much
Isabel Camus worked for Chile’s nationalized copper company and was a close aide of Salvador...
“It is only a question of time, I think we have very little left.” The Last Days of Salvador Allende – an insider’s story
Jennifer Lopez, Alejandro Sanz, Salma Hayek, Carlos Santana, Alejandro Amenabar and of course......
Favourite Quotes from our Favourite Latinos...
North-South Divide? What about North-South Harmony? While publishing Sergio Mendes’ desert Island...
It Takes Two…
Salsa promoters and musicians alike are lamenting the demise of live Salsa music as a culture and...
Did Salsa Dancers Kill Salsa Music?
Revisiting the 80s from Latin funjk to smooth Cha Cha CHa - Los Charly's best work to date.
Rediscovering The Big Apple
A few months ago I had the pleasure of interviewing Concha Buika. Charming, clever, talented...
Buika: 'La Noche Mas Larga' (2012)
The Spectrum of Young Lorca.
Federico García Lorca, Sketches of Spain, with illustrations by Julian Bell.
A mesmerising one-woman Latina show at The Southwark Playhouse until 15th June
Juana in a Million
An insight into the world of the great Colombian writer that touches on subjects that everyone can...
Bon Voyage, Mr President and Other Stories by Gabriel Garcia Marquez (Penguin Books, 1995)