Latino / Hispanic / Chicano: Press and Zines Index
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AfroCubaWeb - Very full
listing of news items and current events relevant to Afro-Cuban issues of all kinds, with a focus on the arts, music, religion, literature,
and folklore. Includes information on research trips to Cuba, visiting Cuban scholars, workshops, conferences, and festivals. In English;
includes search engine.
Coloquio - "Revista Cultural" - electronic newsletter in English and Spanish.
Contacto Magazine - Sophisticated lifestyle and news magazine from Burbank that calls itself
"una revista para el latino de hoy," targeting topics of interest to many specific Latino groups as well as news that impacts all Latinos.
There are sections on society and culture, immigration, the arts, editorials, current news, music, humor, and food. In Spanish, with some
sections in English; no search engine.
Diario las Americas - Cuban- and
Cuban American-focused newspaper from Miami, that includes a great deal of Latin American news as well. Includes sections typical to
newspapers such as sports and editorials, but also includes "Notas evangelicas and Cuestiones gramaticales. Also includes links elsewhere,
with some general U.S. Latino information. In Spanish; no search engine.
El Andar Worldwide - Stylish literary and cultural
e-journal, formerly hosted by the now defunct Electric Mercado. While this online literary magazine's previous focus was on Chicano and
Mexican issues and literature, it has now broadened to cover topics such as Cuban Americans and music, the political situation in Vieques,
P.R., and to feature profiles on individuals such as Pedro Almodóvar, Gabriel García Márquez, and Isabel Allende.
El Nuevo Herald - One of the best online daily newspapers, from Miami. Includes Cuban section,
news of interest to many Latino groups in the Miami area, as well as international, national, and regional news, cultural information, and
services. In Spanish.
El Popular - Miami's alternative Hispanic newspaper: local news, investigative reporting,
international news, immigration, travel, local entertainment guides, health, classifieds, and more.
El Tecolote - The longest running Spanish/English bilingual newspaper in California. El
Tecolote's archives represent a historical record of San Francisco's Mission district activism and the social, political, cultural and
economic development of the community since 1970.
Fama - A glossy, Spanish-language national Hispanic
celebrity and entertainment magazine that appeals to women.
Hispanic Journal of Behavioral Sciences - A leading journal for US Latino sociological and
behavioralist research. Includes full text for volume 21, number 1 (February 1999) - present. Includes search features specific to article
level or entire journal.
Hispanic Magazine - Electronic version of the well-known magazine, now
included within the larger Hispanic Online portal. Regular features include columns on business, technology (which includes website
reviews), careers, and leisure pursuits.
HispanicVista - Opinion pieces and news on topics of the day. Previously, this news service
linked to news articles, information and services of interest from elsewhere on the Web, and frequently on non-Latino issues. In English.
HOLA - Hola magazine, from Spain, presents world entertainment and fashion news in Spanish.
Some features and articles from previous issues are available to subscribers only.
La Prensa - Online weekly edition of this newspaper
from San Antonio, Texas. Fully bilingual in English and Spanish.
Latina Style Magazine - Electronic version of the popular fashion and lifestyle magazine aimed at
young Latinas. Full text articles provided for some back issues only; current and more recent issues provide selected table of contents and
interactive features, but not the stories or feature articles themselves. Lots of ads clutter the home page. In English, with some
bilingual features; includes search engine.
Latino Journal - Magazine dedicated to public policy and government from a Latino perspective.
Latino Leaders - Bimonthly magazine featuring interviews with major Latino players in all fields of
expertise-including social, political, performing arts, and sports.
Latino Life (UK) - About all things Latin, whether in the London capital or hispanic cultural
phenomenon in London, Europe, Latin America and across the world.
Latino USA: The Radio Journal of News & Culture - Excellent site provides access to sound files
and some text transcripts of Latino USA's radio recent programs on diverse topics such as Latinos in unions, Colombians in Miami, the
political situation in Puerto Rico, and Latino baseball players in the Negro Major Leagues. In English.
Pocho - Chicano humor, comic art, and satire. Now
includes many articles, opinion pieces, and in your face satire. In English.
Podor - Information on the U.S. Hispanic market and Latin America. Besides the US and Miami
editions, Poder magazine is published in Mexico, and Perú.
Proceso - A Mexican magazine published in Mexico City. Founded on November 6, 1976 by journalist Julio Scherer García.
QueOndas - "La primera revista electrónica
salvadoreña," from Miami. Previously called Guanaquiemos, this is an impressive literary and cultural e-journal for Salvadorans.
Regular features include news articles, and columns on history, nuestra gente, book lists, humor, cooking, popular medicine, and other
topics; in Spanish.
Remezcla - An innovative local guide to cutting-edge Latin culture in Chicago,
Los Angeles, Miami, New York, and San Francisco.
Semana - Houston's most popular and
prestigious Spanish-language Hispanic alternative weekly newspaper.
SOL (Spanish in Our Libraries) - Online newsletter, each issue of which features numerous Latino and
Latin American websites of note. Also includes real questions and answers from librarians regarding Latino library issues and services.
Terra - Excellent portal based in Spain, with
offices across Latin America and the U.S. Full news service, and many familiar portal services.
Urban Latino Magazine - Intelligent and flashy youth-oriented e-journal with long critical
articles on music, culture, fashion, politics, and various manifestations of hip-hop ethnic pride, with a special focus on Puerto Ricans,
Dominicans, Colombians, Cuban Americans, and other Latinos. Includes online bodega that sells t-shirts and other items. In English.
Vida Latina - Free Spanish language
entertainment newspaper distributed throughout three states in the Southeast: Georgia, North Carolina, and South Carolina.
Vista Magazine - The electronic version of the newspaper insert familiar to many Latino
communities nationwide. Includes articles on prominent Latinos, music reviews, Latino success stories, parenting features, and other
topics. In English and Spanish.
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