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Spanish singer Maria Jose Llergo releases debut album 'Ultrabelleza'

Tuesday, November 14, 2023

María José Llergo, a new artist from the south of Spain, is giving Flamenco even more visibility via her new album. R&B themes and electronic beats flow together with flamenco in Ultrabelleza.

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All Things Go Music Festival continues its commitment to women and queer artists

Thursday, October 05, 2023

At this year's festival, the majority of the headliners were women and non-binary artists. Festival-goers said that made for a more relaxed and inclusive audience mood at the two-day event."

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A postcard from Guatemala's Lake Atitlán

Friday, July 28, 2023

NPR's Lilly Quiroz brings us a postcard from Guatemala about Lake Atitlán, considered to be one of the most beautiful lakes in the world.

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A postcard from Guatemala's Lake Atitlán

Thursday, July 27, 2023

NPR's Lilly Quiroz brings us a postcard from Guatemala about Lake Atitlán, considered to be one of the most beautiful lakes in the world.

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John Legend knows the obstacles of life after prison. He wants you to know them too

Thursday, May 04, 2023

When incarcerated people leave prison, are they actually free? NPR's Michel Martin talks to singer/songwriter John Legend about a new documentary he narrates.

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A TikTok star who was functionally illiterate finds a community on BookTok

Wednesday, January 25, 2023

Oliver James is a TikTok star who pledged to read 100 books this year. He has had a lot of difficulty with reading since he was a child and is now teaching himself at age 34.

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Legislation in Texas would limit access to drag show performances

Monday, December 12, 2022

One bill in the Texas legislature seeks to strictly regulate drag shows and another proposed piece of legislation would limit who can attend them.

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The activist who threw soup on a van Gogh says it's the planet that's being destroyed

Tuesday, November 01, 2022

Phoebe Plummer, a climate activist with Just Stop Oil, speaks with NPR's Morning Edition about what the group wants, and why they're turning to controversial tactics to get it.

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Singer and songwriter iLe's third album, 'Nacarile,' finds a world deeply in flux

Thursday, October 20, 2022

The Puerto Rican artist returns with a new album, her first since protests galvanized San Juan and beyond in 2019.

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Is the American dream worth the risk? These migrants hope so

Saturday, September 24, 2022

The American dream remains a compelling tale among migrants south of the border. The objective has shifted, though. For many, simply trying to stay alive is what's driving them.

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De fosas comunes a Martha's Vineyard, el sueño americano del migrante está plagado

Saturday, September 24, 2022

Hoy, el supuesto sueño americano sigue siendo un cuento atractivo entre los migrantes al sur de la frontera. Sin embargo, el objetivo ha cambiado.

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This Mexican clinic is offering discreet abortions to Americans just over the border

Wednesday, August 31, 2022

In May, Americans made up 25% of patients receiving abortions at one clinic in Tijuana. By July, it was an estimated 50%. The director believes it's due to cost, privacy and convenience.

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In converted buses and tin-roof sheds, migrant students get a lesson in hope

Wednesday, August 24, 2022

In Tijuana, a landmark program has grown exponentially over the last few years and has professionalized education for migrant children in a way not seen before in the city.

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The cartels flexed their power in Tijuana — and now the battle for influence is on

Saturday, August 20, 2022

A drug cartel hijacked and burned more than a dozen vehicles across Tijuana and killed innocent bystanders in the region during a spree of violence. But can officials reassure a nervous city?

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Life Kit: The importance of inclusion in sex education

Monday, July 04, 2022

Some state lawmakers are working to restrict the rights of LGBTQ youth. For some students, that means sex education can miss some important points.

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MUNA's new album features growth and an 'astral projection anthem'

Friday, June 24, 2022

NPR's Leila Fadel talks to Naomi McPherson, Katie Gavin and Josette Maskin of the band MUNA about their third album: MUNA.

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The 'El Tiny' Concerts Coming Up Bring Bachata And Reggaeton Flair

Wednesday, October 06, 2021

There's a lot to look forward to when Latin music star Prince Royce and reggaeton artist Sech grace NPR's "El Tiny" concert series in the coming days.

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These Are The Mujeres Taking Over This Week's 'El Tiny' Concerts

Wednesday, September 22, 2021

Silvana Estrada, maye and Eme Alfonso are the latest artists featured in this music series for Hispanic Heritage Month.

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Why We're So Excited About J Balvin's 'El Tiny' Concert

Thursday, September 16, 2021

An NPR series for Hispanic Heritage Month kicks off with a video from the Colombian reggaeton star. Here's why we think you'll love it, too.

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Separados en la frontera: padre e hijo están reunidos, pero los obstáculos persisten.

Tuesday, June 22, 2021

Melvin y su hijo Néstor emigraron de El Salvador a Texas en el 2018. Al llegar a la frontera fueron separados por la política conocida como cero tolerancia del expresidente Donald Trump.

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