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Stars gather to celebrate Latin culture in the UK
Everyone knows the legendary tunes that came out of Fania. Like all empires, Fania’s went into...
Signed to major record labels in the 1970s, Jorge Spiteri is considered by many to be the pioneer...
Jose Luis reflects on the importance of Fania, the iconic 1970s New York record label that created...
Good dancers? Latin Lovers? Revolutionary guerrillas? You might have watched too many soap-operas...
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...
Mexico has good music, tasty food, amazing architecture and a really big number of high-quality...
Passionate about promoting Latin American Art, independent art advisor and curator Sandra Higgins...
Colombian author Tomás González began writing the story of his brother. Thirty years later it is a...
The CASA Festival remains the only theatre event dedicated to bringing Latin theatre to the UK. Now...
On two floors of ample and bright space (the palatial building has floor to ceiling windows letting...
There are many magnificent female figures around the world who have fought for equality and justice...
As English fans vote for its favourite Latin and Spanish footballers in the UK, for those who live...
I have finally found the perfect spot, on the second story patio of Café Literario, overlooking...
In 1978, Ruben Blades, a young Panamanian “Sonero” and Willie Colon, a New York-born trombone...
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The Spanish peninsula and its outgoing and infamous inhabitants, is well known for annual street...
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Estimated by Forbes magazine to have produced billions for Mexico's main television station...
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Forget the Mexican moment, London is having an officially sanctioned Mexican love-in with British...
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There are many magnificent female figures around the world who have fought for equality and justice...
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My earliest memory was music, it's more of a feeling than a particular event, a love for music...
…David Bisbal
If you were stranded on a desert island, which tracks would you absolutely need to have to get you...
Tego Calderón's Desert Island Discs
The career of Argentine film director, scriptwriter and producer Lita Stantic spans for longer than...
Lita Stantic: The ‘Producer’ of New Argentine Cinema
Making her professional debut aged eight years old, a Gold Record aged eleven, and performing at...
Bolivia Clasica
A black conductor who compares his job to a football manager? Latinolife just had to find out more...
Breaking the Mould
1. Ernesto ‘Che’ Guevara – Ask anyone to name a revolutionary and, male or female, the word Che...
... Latin American Revolutionaries
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?
From a mansion to a school trying to make ends meet, this couch surfer found a warm welcome in...
...Guatemala
Jennifer Lopez, Alejandro Sanz, Salma Hayek, Carlos Santana, Alejandro Amenabar and of course......
Favourite Quotes from our Favourite Latinos...
A lack-lustre performance from the classic Argentine band, lacking its fans' enthusiasm for...
Los Babasonicos @ The Dome, Tufnell Park, 27th October
A new documentary on the life and work of singer Mercedes Sosa is a must for Latin music lovers,...
Mercedes Sosa: The Voice of Latin America ( Argentina 2013)
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)
Gripping and aesthetically beautiful, but always honest and uncompromising – The Golden Dream is an...
The Golden Dream 2014 Dir: Diego Quemada-Díez
Ana Ryle spent a weekend at Amnesty UK’s first football film festival at Hackney Picturehouse. It...
Sidelines: Four Films about Football, Latin America and Human Rights

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