Chef Aarón Sánchez

Celebrity Chef Aarón Sánchez Shares Latin-Inspired Thanksgiving TIps & Memories, Embarks on Cooking Channel's 'Taco Trip'

This Thanksgiving, celebrity Chef Aarón Sánchez is reflecting on his love for Latin-inspired Thanksgivings and all of the wonderful memories and tasty dishes that come along with this cherished holiday. He also shared his Latin-inspired "Chorizo and Cornbread Stuffing" with Latin Post as part of our exclusive interview.
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Ready for Some Bruce Lee-Style Martial Arts? Thanksgiving Kung Fu Marathon Kicks Off on Robert Rodriguez's El Rey Network

Are you a fan of Kung Fu films, Bruce Lee and martial arts and want to get your old-school Kung Fu on during the Thanksgiving weekend? Well, you're in luck because Robert Rodriguez's El Rey Network will bring you insanely skilled martial artists who will battle it out while you're still in your Turkey-induced coma!
Thanksgiving 2014: Martin Sheen Honors Cesar Chavez, UFW and Farm Workers Who Bring Food to Our Table

Thanksgiving 2014: Martin Sheen Honors Cesar Chavez, UFW & Farm Workers Who Bring Food to Our Table

Thanksgiving is a time to gather around the table with your loved ones and reflect upon what you're thankful for, it's also the perfect time to remember the hard-working farm workers who help bring food to your table.
Chilean Drummer Val Sepulveda

Chilean Drummer Val Sepulveda, "Hit Like a Girl Contest" Winner, Talks Career, Rise to Top of Male-Dominated Music Scene (Exclusive)

Chilean drummer Val Sepulveda, the Grand Prize winner of the 2013 "Hit Like a Girl Contest" -- the only international competition for female drummers organized by Drum! Magazine, Tom Tom Magazine and TRX cymbals, spoke with Latin Post in an exclusive interview about her rise to the top of a mostly-male music scene.
Singer-Songwriter David Garza Tours With Pearl Jam, Brings 'Texas Charm' to NPR

Singer-Songwriter David Garza Tours With Pearl Jam, Brings 'Texas Charm' to NPR

Austin-based, American singer-songwriter humbly showed off his smooth vocal chops, entranced the crowd with his piano playing and rocked the guitar alongside Guatemalan singer-songwriter Gaby Moreno at Joe's Pub in New York on Monday night.
John Walsh: Missing Hispanic, Black Children Don't Get the Media Attention They Deserve

'America's Most Wanted' Host John Walsh: Missing Hispanic, Black Children Don't Get the Media Attention They Deserve

John Walsh, who many know as the host and creator of "America's Most Wanted," says the crusade to protect children still has a vital piece missing: the media attention needed for missing Hispanic and black children, who are too often overlooked.
Gaby Moreno

Grammy-Winning Artist Gaby Moreno Talks New Album, Playing in NYC & Adding Latin Flavor to Christmas Music

This week, Latin Grammy-winning, Guatemalan singer-songwriter Gaby Moreno performed for the first time ever at Joe's Pub in New York City with Austin-based, American singer-songwriter David Garza. She also surprised the crowd with her new songs that will be produced by Grammy-winning producer Gabriel Roth, who collaborated with the late Amy Winehouse on "Back to Black" in 2008.

Disney Delves Into Diversity: 'McFarland USA' Starring Kevin Costner is Based on Latino Students' Inspiring True Story of First Cross-Country Team

Walt Disney Pictures revisits Latino diversity with its release of the heroic sports film, "McFarland, USA," starring Kevin Costner and Carlos Pratts ("The Bridge") on Feb. 20, 2015.
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John Leguizamo’s ‘Fugly!’ Embarks on Hilarious Journey of Self-Reflection as His New Show Hits Comedy Circuit

When it comes to exploring, exploiting and self-deprecation, actor-comedian John Leguizamo is your man! He's left audiences in stitches while reflecting upon his life - from "Mambo Mouth," "Spic-O-Rama," "Freak," to "Sexaholix ... a Love Story" and "Ghetto Klown," and now, he's at it again with "Fugly," based on "a near-death experience that forces him to revisit his personal and professional highs and lows."
Spanish-American Contemporary Artist Domingo Zapata to Create American Flag Installation for World Trade Center

Spanish-American Contemporary Artist Domingo Zapata to Create American Flag Installation for World Trade Center

Renowned Spanish-American contemporary artist Domingo Zapata is planning to bring his creative and innovative touch to the lobby of One World Trade Center, also known as the Freedom Tower, with a commemorative and colossal American flag installation.
Alanis Morissette Dedicates Anthem to Female Costa Rican Coffee Growers

Alanis Morissette Dedicates Anthem to Female Costa Rican Coffee Growers

Director Lesley Chilcott's upcoming documentary, "A Small Section of the World" tells the "inspirational story about a group of women from a remote farming region in Costa Rica whose ideas sparked a revolution in the coffee growing world." Grammy-winning, Canadian singer-songwriter Alanis Morissette teamed up with renowned Costa Rican musician Carlos "Tapado" Vargas to create a powerful anthem for the film, called "The Morning."
Guatemalan Designer Thelma Espina

Designer Thelma Espina Says First-Ever Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Guatemala Event Will Start a ‘Fashion Forward Era’ (Exclusive)

The coveted Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week is known around the world as the fashion industry's leading "strategic partner," highlighting cutting-edge, innovative designs that turn up the needle on the fashion Richter scale. On Nov. 26-27, the event continues to be artistically groundbreaking with its addition of the first-ever Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Guatemala.
'Interstellar' Star Matthew McConaughey

'Interstellar' Star Matthew McConaughey on Why Peruvian Jungle Was Pivotal Turing Point in His Career

"Interstellar" star Matthew McConaughey may have gone to the ends of earth and beyond in his latest, Chris Nolan-directed blockbuster, but during a turning point in his career he decided to venture off to Peru in search of some clarity and to flee his new-found fame.

Latin Grammys: Son of Late, Iconic Flamenco Guitarist Paco de Lucía Honors Him with Documentary

In life and in death, the legendary flamenco guitarist Paco de Lucía is honored. On Nov. 20, the beloved talent is competing at the Latin Grammys 2014 in the Album of the Year category for his posthumous release, "Canción Andaluza."
Latin Grammys 2014: Marc Anthony, Juanes and Carlos Vives to Take the Stage

Latin Grammys 2014: Marc Anthony, Juanes, Carlos Santana, Pitbull & Carlos Vives to Take the Stage

Latin Grammys are almost upon us and fans in the U.S. and around the world are getting amped for a night filled with the best in the industry -- Latin artists who bring the traditional-to-contemporary, smooth Latin beats and rhythms, rich cultural components and some killer rhythm to boot!
Mexican Actor Demian Bichir to Star in Quentin Tarantino's 'The Hateful Eight' With Channing Tatum, Samuel L. Jackson

Mexican Actor Demian Bichir to Star in Quentin Tarantino's 'The Hateful Eight' With Channing Tatum, Samuel L. Jackson

"Pulp Fiction" director Quentin Tarantino is bringing his signature touch to a post-Civil War western thriller "The Hateful Eight" -- and the story will unfold with the help of Oscar-nominated Mexican actor, Demian Bichir, who he recently cast.
Gaby Moreno

Latin Grammy Winner Gaby Moreno Joins David Garza in Philadelphia & New York and Releases New Holiday Album, 'Posada'

Latin Grammy-winning, Guatemalan singer-songwriter Gaby Moreno is bringing her bluesy, rich vocals and jazz-infused sound to the East Coast. She will join resident gypsy troubadour David Garza for two live shows at Tin Angel in Philadelphia on Saturday, Nov. 15 at 8 p.m. and at Joe's Pub in New York on Monday, Nov. 17 at 7:00 p.m.

'Horrible Bosses 2' to Bring the Laughs with Jason Bateman's Group Therapy Mix-Up, Jennifer Aniston's Sex Addiction (CLIP)

Have you ever had a boss who drove you absolutely crazy? Or one who awkwardly kept coming on to you? Well if you have -- and if you have a good sense of humor about it, then you're in for some laughs with the highly-anticipated follow-up to the 2011 hit comedy, "Horrible Bosses."
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Miami Film Collective Invites 'Aspiring Filmmakers' to Reinterpret Scenes from ‘Scarface,’ a Cultural Phenomenon' Made Famous by Non-Latinos

The "Scarface Redux" campaign, launched by the Miami-based, non-profit, Borscht Corp., is encouraging fellow, aspiring filmmakers and movie-lovers to reinvent the classic film by taking out their cameras and iPhones and repeat: "Say hello to my little friend!"

'Cantinflas' Star Gabriela De La Garza on Learning Russian & Ballet for Role, Honoring Grandfather’s Legacy & Oscar Chances (Exclusive)

Landing a role in "Cantinflas," a biopic about Mario Moreno, the most beloved comedic actor in Mexico was monumental for Mexican actress Gabriela De La Garza. In an exclusive interview with Latin Post, the Mexico City actress discusses how she challenged herself linguistically and physically for the role and her experience acting in the Oscar-buzzed film, which was released by Pantelion Films and will be available on DVD Dec. 2, 2014.
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Dancing with the Stars 2014: Tommy Chong Still Going Strong Before 'Cheech and Chong' Big Screen Reunion with Cheech Marin (Exclusive)

From the small screen to the big screen, most of us are suckers for reality TV, like "Dancing With the Stars" where former celebrities re-emerge into the spotlight to see if they can dance, to feel-good romantic comedies that tug at our heartstrings. Yet there's another type of comedy that also gives you that warm and fuzzy feeling -- but not in the way you'd expect. It's stoner comedy, and it's making a unique comeback to the box office with the long-awaited, big-screen reunion of "Cheech and Chong," otherwise known as Cheech Marin and Tommy Chong.

Frank's RedHot Sauce Buffalo Wings Gaining Traction With U.S. Latinos

How do you spice up your life? For Christian Ortiz, Senior Brand Manager for Frank's RedHot, who spoke with Latin Post in an exclusive interview, it's his passion for both his Guatemalan and American cultures, American football and Latin American fútbol -- and of course a dash of Frank's RedHot sauce!

Guatemala Communicates with the Dead Through World-Renown, Colorful Kite Festival on All Saints Day (Dia de Todos Santos) [VIDEO]

Around the world people mourn for their loved ones who have passed through quiet prayer, sacred rituals or celebrations. On Nov. 1 during All Saints Day (Dia de Todos Santos), Guatemala City, Guatemala, residents transformed parts of their country into "the land of colors" with enormous kites, otherwise known as giant Barriletes, that filled the sky and communicated with the dead.
Bloomberg Tradebook Charity Trading Day with Mariano Rivera

Yankees Legend Mariano Rivera Talks Humble Beginnings, World Series 2014 During Bloomberg Tradebook Charity Trading Day [EXCLUSIVE]

On Thursday, New York Yankees' legendary pitcher Mariano Rivera proved that in retirement, he's still on top of his game, but this time around his incredible cut fastballs are coming from a philanthropic direction as he lent his support to Ronald McDonald House New York during Bloomberg Tradebook Charity Trading Day, where former Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg's global agency brokerage business helped raise money for 14 charitable organizations in New York, London and Hong Kong.

2018 FIFA World Cup Russia Emblem in Moscow Unveiled: NBCUniversal's Telemundo, Mun2 Aim to Be 'Most Digital' & 'Mobile' World Cup While Highlighting Latinos' Lives and Women in Soccer [Exclusive]

NBC's "30 Rock" stood a little taller along with its top execs from NBCUniversal, Telemundo Network, mun2, Digital Media & Emerging Businesses for they have scored a major goal by becoming the official Spanish-Language home of the FIFA World Cup in the U.S. - and they plan to make history by upping the ante on digital and mobile platforms utilized most by Latinos in the U.S.
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