Emma says Enough

A young leader emerges from tragedy.

By Roberto Santiago

Done with Cuba

Still not much ado about the island.

By Ana Radelat

A Promising Idea

 Latina entrepreneurs start early.



American Dream

Underground American dreams.

By Roberto Ontiveros

Under the Stars

Music under the stars.

By Mark Holston

Back to Blade Runner

Blade Runner is back

By Bel Hernandez



Happy birthday, Smithsonian!

By John Coppola

Feliz Cumpleaños




Domenika Lynch and Ignacio Salazar

Adrian Saenz and Ron Garcia

Angel Mendez and Carlos Mark Vera

Valerie Menard and Casilda Clarich

Our listing of Latino events for 2018.


Opportunities for Ironworkers

Dubraska Vale Lazardy and
Janine Schirmacher

Alfredo J. Estrada

James Cotto

Brad Blackwell and Gary Acosta

New York

International Flavor

Venus Pineyro de Hoyos


Kimberly Cardona


Spring 2018


2018 LATINO 100

No Talent for Diversity

Political Storm

Rising Star

The Value of Diversity

Takedown Moves


Who made our annual listing of the companies providing the most opportunities for Latinos? We looked at areas such as support for education, philanthropy, diversity and minority vendor programs. Despite a surging economy, some are missing in action.

By Eric Garcia

Hollywood’s top talent agencies have no trouble finding Latino talent, and Oscar is no longer so white. But it’s a different story within their own ranks.

By Bel Hernandez Castillo

Hurricane Maria hit several months ago but Puerto Rico is far from recovered. Is it because of storm damage or politics? Here’s a progress report on both fronts.

By Patricia Guadalupe


Kristie Gonzales is a media mogul in the making. Now she’s taking Texas by storm.

By Casilda Clarich

Morgan Stanley leads the pack for inclusion on Wall Street. Here we profile several Latinos at the prestigious financial firm.

By  Patricia Guadalupe

Emprendedoras, or Latina entrepreneurs, are leading the way. Plus, a groundbreaking new study by Stanford on closing the opportunity gap.

By Maritza Kelley

Brazilian Jiu Jitsu is the fastest growing martial art in the country. And it’s an old man’s game.

By Roberto Santiago