THANKS FOR THE MEMORIES, BOBBY CHACON Sports

When a good friend leaves us too early, it’s only natural to grieve. It’s a devastating blow to the gut that drops you to your knees. Then again, we have all learned through personal experience that it helps the healing process to remember the good times. That’s how we should all feel about former boxing champion Bobby Chacon, 64, who passed away on September 7th...

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HISPANIC KITCHEN’S RECIPE OF THE WEEK…Cuban Picadillo… by Jessica Merideth Urda Hispanic Kitchen

No Latino website would be complete without covering the amazing variety of Hispanic cuisines. As we all know, the culinary delights of Mexico are a bit different from those of Guatemala, Panama, Colombia or Peru. And many dishes are very economical to prepare. That’s why every week or so, we will feature a classic recipe from different parts of Latin America. Want to share? Send us your...

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BIG PAPI, LIKE BABE RUTH, IS A TRUE BASEBALL LEGEND Sports

When David Ortiz announced last winter that 2016 would be his final major league season, he didn’t do it for the publicity or extra fanfare. He was just giving Red Sox Nation advance notice. If you want to see that violent, left-handed home run swing one more time, hurry up and buy your tickets. Big Papi has entertained fans across the country for 19 seasons,...

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