Rayo-Harper Collins announced the publication of the biography of the #1 radio show host in the country, Renán Almendárez Coello, best known as “El Cucuy de la Mañana”.

Reader's Digest Children's Publishing has announced that it will now publish bilingual editions of some of its best-selling books as part of a new English/Spanish publishing program.

Presented by Target Stores and sponsored by Hewlett-Packard, Chicano, an unprecedented art exhibit, will open to the public at the National Hispanic Cultural Center in Albuquerque, N.M., on February 1, 2003.

washingtonpost.com announced a special multimedia news section that allows users to relive the historic days of the Cuban missile crisis through digital versions of historic Washington Post editions.

An architect and businessman by trade, Mr. Rudi R.

Scholastic announced the appointment of Mauricio Sabene as Vice President, Spanish Publishing. Reporting to Hugh Roome, President of Scholastic International, Mr. Sabene will be responsible for Scholastic operations in Latin America, including

Ivan Acosta's documentary Como se forma una Rumba/How to create a Rumba will open the Smithsonian Institution's Latin Jazz Film Festival at The Ring Auditorium, Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, 7th & Independence, S.W., Washington, DC on Wed., Oct. 23 and 30; Nov. 6 and 13, 7 p.m.

The Los Angeles Times launched on Sun., Sept.

During the last week of September, New Yorkers will celebrate the 24th annual New York Is Book Country (NYIBC) literary festival.

Ernesto Nieto, founder and president of the National Hispanic Institute recently published the second edition of his book entitled, Third Reality:Crafting a 21st Century Latino Agenda.

According to "Live the James Bond Lifestyle" seminar teacher Paul Kyriazi, if you follow these rules you'll end up living like the world's number one fictional hero, 007 himself. When questioned further, Kyriazi admits you won't actually become Bond, but "you will become the real you.

The 31st Annual International African Arts Festival returns to Central Brooklyn Thursday, July 4th through Sunday July 7th, with lots of familiar treats and a few surprises.

This August, PBS shines the headlights on Cuba’s classic car culture in CLASSIC AMERICAN CARS OF CUBA. Shot in high definition by WLIW New York, this program is most Americans’ first look at this time warp of 1950s nostalgia that exists in today’s Cuban community.

What began as a classical music festival on the campus in 1998 becomes a community-wide celebration of Hispanic heritage this year.

Alex López Negrete, president of Houston-based López Negrete Communications, was recently appointed by President George W. Bush to the President's Advisory Committee on the Arts of the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts.