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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!

Enter the Great Divide - Politicon is Back!

Saturday and Sunday October 20th and 21st the Los Angeles Convention Center will turn into ground zero for political discourse and other shenanigans. 


Headlining the event are Ana Navarro, Alyssa Milano, Aida Rodriguez, Alicia Mendez, and CA Speaker of the Assembly Anthony Rendon.


This is a must not miss event for the political junkie, concerned citizen and those wishing to become informed on where our two-party system stands.


Get tickets at POLITICON2018

 

Who Runs This World? Ghouls Do! 

Halloween Horror Nights Have Returned to Universal Studios Hollywood and it's better than ever.


Legendary Hollywood icon, Jamie Lee Curtis, Caleb McLaughlin and Gaten Matarazzo from Netflix’s “Stranger Things,” GRAMMY® Award-winning musician SLASH, filmmaker Jason Blum (The First Purge, Get Out), director Michael Dougherty (Trick ‘r Treat) and filmmaker Eli Roth (The House with Clocks in Its Walls, Hostel) were among the stars on the red carpet to celebrate the opening of “Halloween Horror Nights” at Universal Studios Hollywood.


This year’s terrifying lineup of “Halloween Horror Nights” mazes includes “Stranger Things”, “Poltergeist” - Inspired by MGM’s iconic supernatural horror film characterized as one of the scariest movies of all time.

  • “Universal Monsters” - A contemporary twist on Universal’s original cinematic Monsters featuring an original score produced and composed by GRAMMY® Award-winning musician, SLASH.
  • “Trick ‘R Treat” - Based on the Legendary Pictures’ cult Halloween classic movie directed by Michael Dougherty.
  • “The First Purge” - Inspired by Universal Pictures’ blockbuster thriller franchise, where all crime is legal for 12 hours.
  • “Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers” - The iconic slasher is back in an all-new maze based on the classic Halloween franchise.
  • “The Horrors of Blumhouse: Chapter Two” - A killer maze that unites two hit movies produced by Jason Blum – Blumhouse’s Truth or Dare and Unfriended.
  • “The Walking Dead” - Universal Studios Hollywood’s permanent attraction inspired by AMC’s record-breaking television series.

For tickets visit  Hollywood.HalloweenHorrorNights.com 



 

Raising Spirits and Funds

30 of the top-rated Latino homebrewers in California will join a select number of Latino entrepreneurial food vendors in a unique fundraiser benefiting the programs and services offered by El Centro de Ayuda in Boyle Heights and Plaza de la Raza in N. East Los Angeles on Sunday, October 21st.


Tickets get you flights of various beers while a DJ and four bands perform along with a strolling mariachi. Latino art and crafts will also be available for sale. 


Cost of admission is $30 pre-sale, $40 at the door and $00 for a four-pack of tickets.


For details and tickets visit EL CENTRO DE AYUDA




 
 

The Conga Room @ LA Live

Calling all salseros...Willie Colon is in LA on October 18th at the Conga Room. Authentic salsa rhythms will control your night and move your soul.


For ticket information visit CONGA

 

Ballet Folklorico At The Luckman

The iconic Ballet Folklórico de México de Amalia Hernández make their highly anticipated return to the US and the Luckman Theatre with three back-to-back shows October 19 through 21 with an acclaimed repertory that brings together the music, dance, and costume of Mexican folklore from pre-Colombian civilizations through the modern era.

Their repertory includes more than 40 ballets of exquisite choreography that pay homage to local dance traditions from some 60 regions of Mexico. They have presented more than 5,000 performances and won more than 200 awards for artistic achievement.

Amalia Hernández founded the Ballet Folklórico de México in 1952, having embarked at a very early age on a never-ending quest to preserve the dancing traditions of her beloved country. More than six decades later, the company is admired as the best of its kind in the world.

Tickets: $28, $48, $50

Available via the Luckman Box Office (323-343-6600)
 
 
 

The LA Zoo Gets Scary - Daily

Boo at the Zoo happens daily at the Los Angeles Zoo through October 31st with special events including a puppet show, Boo area for the kids to play and get face painting along with other activities.


Check out BOO AT THE ZOO for tickets.

 
Weekend Wrap Up

MoLAA will host three events this weekend including El Exporatorio Artist Panel on Saturday, June 23 followed by two events on Sunday, June 24 - The Festival of Innovation and a Craft Beer Festival.


For ticket information visit MOLAA.







 
 
 

And Away They Go...Santa Anita Latino Celebrations

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.


This weekend Banda Machos take over the infield on Sunday, June 24. For tickets and details on these and upcoming events visit SANTA ANITA