Wednesday, May 24, 2017 | Updated at 12:04 AM ET

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A new study reveals that Latinos are supportive of women's abortion rights.

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The new independent film "30 Days with My Brother" has been acquired for distribution.

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Pantelion looks to sell its content internationally.

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Economic analysts are preparing the U.S. for a future where Latinos will account for more than 40 percent of the increase in U.S. employment.

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The month of April will once again showcase the best in Latino actors, directors and culture.

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"Despierta America's'" treasured Chef Pepín has perfected his recipe for success - by adding generous heaps of authenticity, a genuine engagement with his loyal fans, love for the Latino community and his infectious humor and humility. This is one recipe where you can splurge and indulge in large portions, for all of these ingredients are hard to come by these days. The Cuban-American culinary pioneer, who spoke to Latin Post in an exclusive interview, encompasses the essence of our "Sabor" series for he truly savors every moment, has a passion for cooking, but most importantly he has a zest for life.

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Colombian rock star Juanes has been added to the 2015 Grammy Awards line-up and will perform the first Spanish-language, original Latin music song performance in the last ten years at the 57th Annual Grammy Awards.

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Dyckman Beer Co. founder Juan Camilo took a chance and never looked back leaves the corporate finance world to launch New York City's first and only Latino-owned beer brewing company.

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Puerto Rican-American author Anjanette Delgado wanted to know how and why love turns into hate when she wrote "The Clairvoyant of Calle Ocho." The question was formed when she was being raised by her mother and an abusive and sadistic father in a Puerto Rican "caserío" and it persisted even after she, her sister and her mother escaped to New York City during the late 1970s.

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The Academy Award nominations are still about six months away, but a number of contenders have already begun to appear. Among those possible contenders are a variety of Hispanic actors and directors.

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Pablo Montero is allegedly receiving threatening phone calls every day.

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Juan Gabriel looks healthy in a new picture shared by Diego Boneta.

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"Sorry, no more Tweets," he simply said.

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Tito Torbellino even said that every job "has it risks."

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El Güero explains that his weight loss is not because of his split from Angelique Boyer.

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Throughout history, hats have made a statement in entertainment, politics and pop culture as a symbol of sophistication, "status, occupation, and even political affiliation." Upon a visit to Austin, Texas, to attend the Pachanga Latino Music Festival, Latin Post got a closer look at some of the finest hats made in the world, including Vivien Sheriff’s finest English hats and headpieces as well as the Borsalino of Italy, Christy's of London at the Hatbox: A Modern Haberdashery.

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