Entries for February, 2014

George Lopez: Arrested After Passing Out Drunk in Casino!

Tweet George Lopez had one too many last night at a Canada casino — law enforcement tells TMZ, the comedian was arrested for public intoxication after passing out on the casino floor. Law enforcement sources tell us Caesars Windsor security alerted police to the Lopez situation — presumably after they found him on the floor […]

LULAC Demands Resignations of Arizona State Representative John Kavanagh and Sheriff Joe Arpaio for Racially Charged Jokes Made During Roast for Arpaio

Tweet   Washington, D.C. – Today, LULAC Executive Director Brent Wilkes released the following statement in reaction to the racist remarks made by Arizona State Representative John Kavanagh at a roast for Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio. “The racist comments regarding Latinos, Asians, and Muslims made during a roast for Sheriff Arpaio were morally reprehensible. […]

Ariz. Sheriff Joe Arpaio Punishes 38 Inmates With Bread and Water Meals for Destroying US Flag that he had put in thier cells; Supporters Cheer Him

Tweet BY LEONARDO BLAIR , CP REPORTER Arizona’s self-styled “toughest Sheriff” in America, Joe Arpaio, 81, says he has placed 38 inmates on a bread and water diet in six of the state’s jails under his control because they desecrated the United States flag. “These inmates have destroyed the American flag that was placed in […]

Sol Rodriguez / Latina Lady – Chicano Pick of the month March 2014 Chicano Radio Network U.S.A.

Tweet You can definitely hear the influences of Carlos Santana along with Depeche Mode as you listen to Slow Sunrise. The name is rather fitting as you soon discover. Sol Rodriguez, front man for Slow Sunrise has a laid back way of singing. This Song is perfect for a lazy summer day or for some […]

Americas Latino Eco Festival – Boulder & Denver SEPTEMBER 12-15, 2014

Tweet Boulder & Denver SEPTEMBER 12-15, 2014 Uniting diverse communities for a sustainable future highlighting Latinos long time readiness to lead this mission. The Americas Latino Festival unites diverse communities for a sustainable future and fosters a platform of dialogue and mobilization for a just society that ensures that everyone has access to a stable […]

Jessica Alba’s main street high fashion

Tweet PARIS – The first full day of Paris’ frenzied ready-to-wear shows mixed up iconic fashion veterans like Dries Van Noten with a whole new sort of fashion player: H&M. It may be a tricky ride ahead for the main street shop, which is now attempting to walk the snooty high fashion runway. Yet the […]

Did the Beatles lift a song from an east LA Chicano band, Cannibal and the Headhunters? You be the judge.

Tweet When Shea Stadium Was Invaded By Cannibal And The Headhunters When The Beatles played Shea Stadium August 15th, 1965, most people don’t realize there were quite a few opening acts, specifically, Killer Joe Piro and His Discothèque Dancers, Motown star Brenda Holloway, King Curtis and Sounds Incorporated. These groups all got some face time […]


Tweet NEW MEXICO — A New Mexico woman suffered for weeks with painful urination and swollen, burning genitals after an officer repeatedly sprayed mace in her vagina to “punish” her, according to an ACLU lawsuit. “It’s tantamount to torture,” Peter Simonson, the Executive Director of ACLU of New Mexico said in an interview. Marlene Tapia […]

Family says five Oklahoma police beat father to death after asking for ID

Tweet Three Oklahoma police officers were placed on administrative leave Saturday after a man whose ID they requested arrived dead and disfigured at a nearby hospital. The Moore, Oklahoma officers detained Luis Rodriguez after he tried to chase after his wife following a fight she had with their daughter outside a movie theater. His wife, […]

LULAC Celebrates 85 years of service

Tweet LULAC has accomplished a tremendous amount since our founding on February 17, 1929, yet we know that the Latino community still faces many challenges. Celebrate our birthday today by joining LULAC!