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Latinos Make Their Voices Heard Nationwide In Midterm Elections

“Hispanics had a better night than either Democrats or Republicans” said Clarissa Martinez De Castro, Vice President, UnidosUS Latino Vote Initiative, adding “I think Hispanic have affirmed their role in shaping the country’s political landscape both as voters and as candidates on both side of the isle”.


Give In To Temptation, Go Experience “Ain’t Too Proud”, Thru Nov. 6th

“This is a dance in your seat kind of show full of lots of great timeless music and a moving story line” said Rhonda Castaneda. With tunes like “Get Ready,” “My Girl,” “Papa Was a Rollin’ Stone,” “Since I Lost My Baby,” “The Way You Do the Things You Do,” “Come See About Me” and many others it is easy to see what she means. The Supremes even make an appearance.


Cec Ortiz, Receives Philanthropist of the Year Award: One Community. One Legacy $20 Million Endowment Campaign Announced


‘Come From Away’ A Dose of Humanity At A Time Most Needed, A Look Back At 9/11 & Forward To Today, LLD Theatre Review

If there is a feel good story to be found about the 9/11 tragedy of 21 years ago ‘Come From Away’ is definitely it. It reminds us of the compassion a community engaged in at a time of confusion, anger and tragedy. Much like the recent Covid pandemic times we have endured and our need for that same type of compassion so sorely needed in today’s uncertain environment.


Mambo! From The Heart, Orchestra Akokán Delights Denver

Akokán is a Yoruba word used in Cuba meaning “from the heart,” and judging from the smiles and passion of all members of Orquesta Akokán their sophisticated and classy performance felt like a heartfelt gift from the band to the listener.


Just Like Nana Used To Make! Nana’s Cocina, New Mexican Cuisine Served With A Side Of Love


We’re Back! LatinasGive! & L.I.F.T. Colorado’s First Latina & Latino Giving Circles reunite After Covid, Grants Now Available…

Dozens of Latino men and Latina women came together in North Denver’s Elks Lodge August 25, 2022 to let everyone know that and its male counterpart L.I.F.T. (Latinos Impacting Our Future Together) Colorado’s First All Male Latino Giving Circle are back and ready to to get to work supporting community non-profits through grants and a number of other support services. Grant applications are being accepted through the month of September 2022.