"Brush of Honor," a new show on INSP, will tell the stories of fallen soldiers returning home to their families through the art of painter Phil Taylor.
Chilean-born cinematographer Claudio Miranda hadn’t been born when Walt Disney inaugurated the Tomorrowland section of Disneyland in July 1955 in Anaheim, and he was a newborn...
As David Letterman closes the curtains on his 33-year-old career on late night television, here are some memorable Latino moments on the show.
Mexican-American fashion designer Mondo Guerra has been breaking barriers and stigmas regarding living with HIV ever since coming out as positive five years ago on “Project...
Rudy Torrellas, 85, of Puerto Rico is one of the finalist for the AARP's Superstar contest in Miami.
About a month after the surrender at Appomattox that ended the Civil War, a two-day battle was fought on the banks of the Rio Grande. Among the perhaps 1,000 soldiers involved,...
Harry Shum Jr. is what people call a triple threat: He can dance, he can sing and he can act. With TruTV’s “Fake Off,” he has added judge to his growing list of attributes.
Alonzo is very proud of the show, which is a fictionalized version of her family and a time in her life when she had to live with her sister to help out her mother.
Chita Rivera received her 10th Tony Award nomination for her leading role in "The Visit."
A short film made by two New Jersey high school students was shown at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York this week.