Reggaetón has been popular among the Latino community for decades. But lately, its audience has diversified, attracting the attention of English-speaking artists. But is it a form of cultural cherry-picking?
Bad Bunny is more than just a top reggaetonero from Puerto Rico. Along with his rising success reaching an all-time high last year, Bad Bunny also uses his talents to shine a light on the social issues encountered by Puerto Ricans.
Lizano sauce has been an essential ingredient in Costa Rican kitchens for nearly a century. But where did it come from? I recently had the opportunity to sit down with my grandfather, who was friends with the sauce's creators, to learn more about its fascinating history.
The concept of "going it alone" is at odds with our identities and cultural heritages. "For Hispanics, our dreams, and our very identity, involve our family. Achieving the 'American Dream' is meaningless if we lose our Latin soul in the process," television host Daniel Ortiz says.