This weeks playlist is mixed with nostalgia from way down south, and new local sounds of LA. We went back, years back to listening to our favorite Brazilian band, Little Joy to bopping our heads to the latest Chicano Batman. This Shop Latinx playlist is filled with new and old sounds and it’s all too good.…

These past couple of years Latinx musicians have been breaking away from the traditional sound we all grew up knowing as “Latin” music. Those up and coming artistas are breaking that mold in the Alt music scene. Picture that alt/indie/folk/rock sound but with a latin twist! These artists are taking their rock n roll legend…

Renowned novel Like Water For Chocolate, by Laura Esquivel, is finally coming to the small screen. According to Deadline, Endemol Shine North America is developing the novel into an English-language series. 1992 Movie Poster// Miramax Like Water for Chocolate follows Tita de la Garza, the youngest daughter in a family living in Mexico at the turn…

Have you met America Chavez, Marvel’s queer, Latinx powerhouse? If you haven’t, you should. Super-powered America Chavez was a breakout character from the 2013 Young Avengers line up. While her devoted fans followed her later appearances in Ultimates and A-Force, they rejoiced when her solo title America was announced at New York Comic Con this…

Instagram is one heck of a self-care haven — from hilarious memes to puppy photos, makeup tutorials to the next viral dance challenge. All of the above can take your mind off the struggles of reality. Personally? I prefer poetry. It’s my cathartic release; digesting words that motivate, awaken, validate, and inspire. It’s also become…

“They thought I was a Surrealist, but I wasn’t. I never painted dreams. I painted my own reality.” – Frida Kahlo Frida kahlo painting the two fridas , 1939; Muray What a woman. Eyebrows, mustache and all…she was beautiful. An intriguing introspective I strongly admire to be, Frida Kahlo (1907-1954) was a Mexican artist recognized…