Mama's Kitchen is a Latin Post video series featuring celebrities, chefs, and our readers as they reminisce about the special connection between food, family, and childhood.
Richard Blanco, author of "City of a Hundred Fires" and "The Prince of Los Cocuyos: A Miami Childhood," is "a reluctant poet" who habitually seizes the adoration of the American public with winning, relatable poetry. With a great deal of success under his belt already, the 47-year-old
Vianney Rodriguez, founder of the food blog Sweet Life and co-author of "Latin Twist - Traditional and Modern Cocktails," has the best of both worlds. Born to Mexican parents in Texas, the food blogger plates and posts a diverse menu of recipes.
Shakira is making waves for her charity work.
Antonio Banderas told reporters he has finally recovered from his heart attack.
The study said that the Tsimane indigenous South Americans have the lowest prevalence of coronary atherosclerosis.
From pizza to pot pies, a number of restaurant, cafes and pizzerias celebrated National Pi Day with deals, freebies and offers. Those who missed Pi Day can expect the same deals next year possibly with more food outlets joining in.
Angelina Jolie gives her first master's lecture on women's rights in London.
Puerto Rico's federally appointed fiscal oversight board rejected a fiscal turnaround plan proposed by Governor Ricardo Rossello.
Chile's police officers investigates a series of paranormal events that happened in Southern Chile House.
A new drag queen has been crowned in the capital of Gran Canary; Drag queen Sethlas depicted the Virgin Mary in full costume and then a performance that was called the best one in the last two decades.
Hollywood power couple Ellen DeGeneres and Portia de Rossi is rumored to be divorcing.
There are benefits of legalised marijuana Donald Trump Admin shouldn't ignore before imposing federal laws on on recreational pot.
A Tanzania politician threatened to publish a list of homosexuals, opposed by critics.
ESPN star Erin Andrews reveals the secret struggle with cervical cancer. The cancer diagnosis came just six months after she won her lawsuit against her stalker.
Mexican totoaba fish near extinction because of poaching. Fish's swim bladder is highly-prized for its aphrodisiac properties with prices similar to cocaine on the black market.
The sushi scene in LA is under scrutiny. A research shows almost half of the fish used in LA’s sushi restaurants may be labeled as something else.
For over a decade Puerto Rico has been facing a crisis, a debt that is impossible to paid off. For now, Puerto Rico is attempting to bring back corporations through a series of tax incentives, which have been signed into law since 2008. For now, Puerto is trying to foster entrepreneurship and sustaining the future.
Google Maps is now an all-in-one powerful app for booking Uber rides.
American Cancer Society has reported that US cancer death rate drops 25 percent since 1991. The number is encouraging because of better screening, better treatment, and fewer smoker
As a response to water shortage, people in a little village in Chile have invented a technique to make water out of thin air. Using large nets dubbed as “Fog Cathers,” the village harvests 840 L of water a day. Read more here.
A Dutch's IVF laboratory may possibly fertized about 26 women by the wrong sperm. What a mistake!
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