Thursday, November 09, 2006
Apple recently announced the launch of iTunes Latino, an area within the U.S. Itunes store featuring the best in Latino music, music videos, television shows audiobooks and podcasts. According to Apple.com, iTunes Latino is dedicated to Latin and Latin influenced music in many genres including Regional Mexicano, Rock Alternativo, Baladas y Boleros, Pop Latino, Reggaeton and Hip-Hop. iTunes Latino includes exclusives, albums, EP’s and tracks from leading Latino artists such as David Bisbal, Daddy Yankee, Aterciopelados, Marco Antonio Solis, Paulina Rubio, Mana, Cafe Tacuba and Luny Tunes y Tainy, with exclusive music videos from Juanes, Mach & Daddy and Luis Fonsi.
Wednesday, November 08, 2006
Well Latweeno.com has been on the move this week to find the best events to attend this weekend. Monday Morning people always have the same old thing to say about the weekend...I went to the movies, I chilled with my friends. Why not change it up a little bit and put some real excitment in your life. This weekend Urban Word presents a second open mic for youth just like you ...SO Express youreself, come here people kick rhymes or just have a good time. You will find all of the information you need to attend below.
: Urban Word's: "Reels & Rhymes"
Host: Frank Lopez with UrbanWord NYC
Type: Music/Arts - Performance
Time and Place Date: Sunday, November 12, 2006
Time: 3:00pm - 6:00pm
Venue: The Retreat
Street: 147 Front Street (map)
City: Brooklyn, NY
Contact Info Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
On Sunday, Nov. 12th, UrbanWord's REELS AND RHYMES will have it's 2nd open-mic segment!
REELS AND RHYMES:
"This 8-week workshop is a mix of amazing films and powerful open-mics. We will alternate weekly, 1st week film screening, 2nd week open-mic, etc."
The film we screened last Sunday, was JAILS, HOSPITALS and HIP HOP, followed by a special appearance by Danny Hoch, a Brooklyn actor, performance artist and hip-hop activist, who spoke about his career path as a writer/performance artist and his involvement with the growth and evolution of hip hop.
This Sunday, we will have the open-mic related to topics of jails, hospitals, hip-hop and anything else on the minds of our poets and our community.
Please join us for this important event!
WHEN? Sunday, Nov. 12 from 3-6pm
WHERE? Retreat NYC, 147 Front Street in Dumbo, Brooklyn
*Take F train to YORK STREET (1st stop in Brooklyn) and walk towards water one block and make a left.*
WHO? UrbanWord Community & Friends
COST? Free! :)
Mentors: Frank Lopez (email@example.com.), Lisa Russell (firstname.lastname@example.org), Enmanuel Candelario (email@example.com)
HEY LATWEENOS! Ever Felt like your voice isn't being heard, do you have ideas that could change your community or Want the chance to meet face to face with Elected Officials and Community Leaders on your TURF! Maybe you are just looking for a good time and spending the day with latinos like you. THEN THIS IS YOUR EVENT. Look below to find out information about the Muevete! Youth Conference which boasts to be the largest gathering of latino youth from the NY,NJ,CT,BO areas!!! Of course LATWEENO.COM! Will be there representing and participating in the festivities. Make sure to say hello If you see us.
New York - Saturday, November 11, 2006 8:00 a.m. TO 6:00 p.m.
Twelfth Annua l ¡Muevete! Boricua/Latino Youth Conference
City College of New York
137th Convent Avenue in Manhattan
All in or out of school youth, high school and college students are invited to attend the 12th annual ¡Muevete! Boricua/Latino Youth Conference.
Elected officials, community leaders, activists, educators, social workers will have an opportunity to engage in dialog with our youth to hear their issues and concerns. There will be a plenary session, workshops, art exhibits, a cultural jam where artists perform the musical sounds of today’s Latino youth.
¡Muevete! Youth Conference is the largest gathering of Latino youth from around the New York City area, Connecticut, Boston, New Jersey and Philadelphia.
The conference was founded by the National Latinas Caucus and is sponsored by Puerto Rican Association for Community Affairs, Inc. (PRACA).
For more information or to volunteer contact: Diana T. Cruz at firstname.lastname@example.org