Latino Boys Magazine :: Feature Stories
You may recall Anahi from her tenure with the multi-award winning group RBD or her numerous appearances on television worldwide. Anahi is once again making headlines thanks to the release of her very first solo album. The sexy Mexicana has already hit a high note with critics and audiences as her song Mi Delirio continues to climb numerous music charts. Anahi recently chatted with me about the catchy tune, how she started singing and her love for the gay community.
Sidelines Sports Bar – Unique, exciting and fun for the whole family
It’s not very often that we’re out and about at one of our favorite hot spots and ask the cutie standing next to us, “Hey, how about them Dolphins?” Sports is usually not a topic that comes up for many of us. However, it doesn’t mean that we don’t have a passion for it.
Noche Latina Fridays celebrates Gloria Klein’s birthday
Azúcar opens up its new home on South Beach
The Goddess descends the heavens at Discotekka
Sing your heart out at Twist’s Monday Latin Karaoke
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After taking a break for several months, the night that has brought the Latino heat to South Floridian’s makes its triumphant return on Friday, December 4th. However, after being held at several venues in Fort Lauderdale, Noche Latina Fridays has a new home in the heart of the Latino community, Miami! So dust off those dancing shoes and head over to NLF’s grand opening at La Casa de Tula. La Casa de Tula has been a venue that promotes more than just music and entertainment. It has represented the rich tradition and roots of the Latin culture and it’s located in the Arts & Entertainment District of Miami in Little Havana, right on Calle Ocho.
In this difficult economy, it’s never good news when a large company has to close its doors.
As you may already know, 411 Magazine and South Florida Blade closed their doors last weekend and all Window Media publications, including Washington Blade, Southern Voice and David Magazine have met a similar fate, leaving some LGBT communities with few alternatives when seeking news and information. This certainly comes as a shock, particularly for their employees who have dedicated their time and talents to supporting our community. Over the past few years I have developed a deep respect for many of the dedicated employees at both Florida publications and wish them the very best in their future endeavors.
Recently, Azucar Night Club was forced to relocate. There has been a lot of speculation and rumor, not to mention confusion, in the community as to why it happened and the club's future plans. To help clarify the situation, Latino Boys Magazine took a moment to sit with Tony Rodriguez, General Manager and ask him a few questions on the matter.
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