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Is Bad Bunny Teaching Us About Boundaries?

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The new year has barely revved its engine and drama is already a-brewing.  From the collective grunts as many people get back to business after...

The Dominican & Puerto Rican Comedian Aida Rodriguez Talks about Colorism...

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“It’s white supremacy. The worst thing that ever happened to us is that they gave us flags,” the American-Puerto Rican-Dominican comedian, actress, writer, and...

Tokischa Crossovers to Corrido with Mexican Rapper Natanael Cano

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Is there anything Tokischa can’t do? The Dominican urban artist keeps pushing the envelope. This time around with a collaboration with the famed Mexican rapper,...

A New Era of Dembow is Emerging From Dominican Sector, ‘La...

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As Dembow gains mainstream popularity, you may have been hearing of “La 42” — also known as “La 42 de Capotillo” — in the...

BELatina’s Weekly Roundup: Bianca Graulau, Jennifer Lopez, Latino-Owned Businesses, And More

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¡Feliz viernes, BELatina! It’s hard to remain positive while the world experiences natural disasters  – like the Caribbean's Hurricane Fiona, and Mexico’s earthquakes – but...

Frankeli Bencosme, Producer of the First Suspense Dominican Film, Passes Away

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Frankeli Bencosme, producer and author of the first Dominican mystery and suspense film “Andrea”, has sadly passed away. “Andrea,” released in 2005, is based on...

New York Bodegas: A Lifeline in the Time of Coronavirus

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“No longer were there individual destinies; only a collective destiny, made of plague and the emotions shared by all.” – Albert Camus As the coronavirus...

Talk Fast, Listen Slow Is the Latina BFF Podcast You’ve Been...

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Angela Carrasco and Katherine Castro are a decidedly Dominican power duo as the fast-talking, unapologetic, quick-witted co-hosts of Talk Fast, Listen Slow, a new...

Jenny Polanco Is the First Latino Celebrity to Die From Coronavirus

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In an epidemic where the dead are no longer just a figure, talking about a victim with a first and last name may be...

Tourism in the DR: Echoes of a Historical and Cultural Melange

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Once called Quisqueya, the home of the peaceful tribe called the Taínoso, the Dominican Republic changed dramatically when a ship called the Santa María...

Dominican Republic’s Democracy Is So F*cked Up That the Youth Is...

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Political campaign season in the Dominican Republic is hands down the most obnoxious experience. For months, candidates saturate commercial breaks and the print media...