Friday - Nov 16, 2018

News

  • Former U.S. Army general to discuss Iraqi prisoner abuse

    The Commonwealth Club has announced a forum led by former U.S. Army Major General Antonio Taguba, who will speak about his examination of Abu Ghraib prison that led to extensive research of Iraqi prisoner abuse by U.S. Army personnel. He will discuss his experience at the prison and the conduct of military personnel.

    Taguba was assigned to Abu Ghraib in January 2004 to investigate the alleged abuse. His report was widely publicized in the media, both domestically and internationally.

  • Oferta Ilegal

    Izq-Der; Los actores John Singleton y Franco Reyes en Oferta Ilegal.Izq-Der; Los actores John Singleton y Franco Reyes en Oferta Ilegal.

  • Betty La Fea y Babel brillan en los Premios ALMA

    por Salome Eguizabal

    Los Premios Alma del Consejo Nacional de La Raza de 2007 se transmitieron el 5 de junio en ABC. Los grandes ganadores de la noche en fueron las serie de televisión de ABC, Ugly Betty y la película Babel, cada una se llevó cuatro premios.

  • Illegal Tender

    L-R: Actors John Singleton y Franco Reyes in Illegal Tender.L-R: Actors John Singleton y Franco Reyes in Illegal Tender.

  • Ugly Betty and Babel shine at ALMA Awards

    by Salome Eguizabal

    NCLR Alma Awards: The 2007 National Council of La Raza’s Alma Awards aired on June 5 on ABC. The night’s big winners were ABC’s television series Ugly Betty and the motion picture Babel each taking home four awards.

  • What a big party the NCLR ALMA Awards

    by Tracie Morales

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    PARTYTIME: Latinos are known for throwing great fi estas. The 2007 NCLR ALMA AWARDS, airing June 5 on ABC, is no exception. Actress Eva Longoria heats up the hottest night on television as host of the event honoring Hispanics in music, movies and TV.

  • Mezclando medios, inspirando cultura

    por Elisabeth Pinio

    Mariela Agudelo se encontraba en la Galería 25 el 10 de mayo, rodeada de ventanas que mostraban la boyante actividad de la  calle 25. Se reía de colocar un letrero de “Hámsters en venta” en la ventana, como si ella misma estuviera en exhibición. En tan sólo su segunda exposición, ella confiaba en su arte, tan  modesto como discreto.