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The Wizard from Walla Walla; A lifetime defending the Latino Press

            David Cortinas seems like he has spent his entire life in defense of small, family owned publishing businesses who make up the bulk of the Spanish language press in the United States. A four time Secretary on the Board of Directors of the National Association of Hispanic Publishers (NAHP), he served under Clara Padilla Andrews, perhaps the most successful President in the Association's history. He was President-Elect of the organization and refused to serve due to matters of process...

November 10, 2018 by Jose Sueiro

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Argentine Festival 2018

The Argentine Festival is celebrated this year on Saturday, May 12, 2018 from 3:45 - 10:30 PM at Kenmore Middle School Theater (200 S Carlin Springs Rd., Arlington, Virginia 22204)    Celebrate 'Festival Argentino' with music, food, tango classes and more fun activities...

March 24, 2018 by Jose Sueiro

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39 National Hispanic Organizations Send Message to DHS Dir. Nielsen

This morning, Voto Latino joined thirty-nine national organizations in protest of the Department of Homeland Security’s deliberate, relentless, and systemic attack on the community we represent. In a letter directed to Secretary Kirstjen M. Nielsen, Voto Latino and the country’s...

June 14, 2018 by MetroStaff

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Gloria Rodriguez a Communications Dynamo and Industry Leader

Seated at her favorite table at ‘La Taberna del Alabardero’ restaurant in Washington DC, it is with great relish that Gloria Rodriguez tells the story of her 5 minute interview with Ronald Reagan, a seminal moment in the hugely successful career of this pioneering figure in the world of national...

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An interview with José Sueiro by Patrick Scallen

Interviewer: Patrick Scallen:            Okay. This is Patrick Scallen. It's around 12:30 on Saturday the 25th of November, and I'm talking with José Sueiro about the...

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Save The Date

Como agua para chocolate || Like Water for Chocolate

Washington, D.C. – GALA opens its 43rd season with the U.S. premiere of Como agua para chocolate/Like Water for Chocolate, adapted for the stage by Garbi Losada based on the...

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Small Construction Businesses & Opportunities in the DC Market

    The Greater Washington Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (GWHCC) and Metro DC Hispanic Contractors Association (MDCHCA) just completed the first phase of a process created to increase the share of construction business that accrues to small, locally based sub-contractors in the Washington DC region.     The process began in a February...

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Politics

The Bukele Rallies

            Nayib Bukele, the Mayor of San Salvador and candidate for President of El Salvador, was in town last week to organize his 'Nuevas Ideas' (New Ideas) movement of Salvadoran émigrés in the U.S. He...

ARTS & LIFE

The Hidden Mexican Legacy of my Father

            I recently returned from a visit to Mexico City (CDMX) for the first time in over 40 years. I'd lived there for an extended period during my adolescence with my father, Jose 'Pepe' Sueiro...

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