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Latinos have a lot to offer when it comes to culture and trends. Latino Edge Magazine is an online magazine devoted to examining the issues affecting the Hispanic community. Through our virtual platform, we can freely exchange ideas and share aspirations to inspire our fellow Latinos in California and worldwide. Contact us to learn more about our offerings or subscribe to our magazine today!

CASA 0101 Seeks Support

Situated in the heart of Boyle Heights, CASA 0101 is currently running a campaign for funding its programs and performances. 


Whether you are a theater aficionado, art supporter or passionate about cultural aspects in the City of Los Angeles, please consider donating to this wonderful and needed organization.


For details and to contribute click here.

 

Holiday Treats

SoCal’s premiere house & garden event, the 2018 Pasadena Showcase House of Design has special ticket packages available for a limited time.  Showcase House

 
Mexico's Dream Concert
On March 31, 2018 the Staples Center will be Banda headquarters as the Recordando a Los Compas tour takes over featuring Ramon Ayala, Banda Macho, Bronco, El Coyote, and Los Tiranos del Norte.

For tickets, click here.
 

The Return of 57 Chevy

Cris Franco's critically acclaimed play, 57 Chevy, starring Culture Clash's Ric Salinas, will perform two-shows at Highways Theater in Santa Monica on April 6 & 7.


The storyline follows nine-year-old Junior in is in crisis: his “Old World” Mexican dad is loading up their 1957 Chevy and moving the whole familia from their beloved, diverse, Eastside neighborhood to the eerily homogeneous San Fernando Valley. This one-man memory play, from multi-Emmy Award-winning writer Cris Franco, hilariously explores the misadventures of the Baby Boomers’ generation of “double immigrants” who first moved from their homelands to the U.S. barrios in search of opportunity — then moved on up into the suburbs in search of color TV and the middle-class American dream! 

 
Free Is Always Good

Target free Sunday's at the Museum of Latin American Art (MoLAA)is fun for the entire famila, Plan your year around activities and educational events hosted by artists, writers and comedians as well as take part in kid friendly activities. And don't forget to become a member for special discounts and events.







 

Recuerdos del Future: Roaming Magu's Chicano Dreams 

Master sculptor and renown Chicano artist Gilbert “Magu” Luján’s work will be on display beginning on Saturday, January 27 with a special opening reception at La Plaza de Cultura y Artes in DTLA.


A creative mind that drove social, political and culture into his art, Magu was the founder of the famed Los Four Chicano-collective consisting of fellow artists Carlos Almaraz, Beto de la Rocha and Frank Romero. 

This is a don’t miss event.

 
 

Time To Plan Your Nites...

Although Carnival is months away it's never too early to make plans for fun events leading up to the mother of all parties.


Enjoy a wide-range of Brazilian concerts and festivals this year! Visit Brazilian Nites and see who is playing in your favorite venue soon.

 

And Away They Go...Santa Anita Kicks Off 2018 with Dollar Days

The thrill and prestige of horse racing returns to Los Angeles and Santa Anita has events you do not want to miss.


From Wine festivals, family fun zone, chili cook offs and Mardi Gras, there is something for everyone. Brunch is also available on Saturdays and Sundays in the Front Runner with club access.


For tickets and details on these and upcoming events visit SANTA ANITA