Drawing on the influence of Frida Kahlo on art and activism, the Frick Pittsburgh is hosting a group of Pittsburgh-based Latina artists … Read More
The Diversity Billboard Art Project is a public art campaign displaying 10 works of art, curated by The Westmoreland Museum … Read More
Feralcat is a Pittsburgh-based artist, composer, and saxophone player whose work embodies the American dream. Born Roger Rafael Romero, his … Read More
Congress finally approved the National Museum of the American Latino Act (H.R. 2420), which is an initiative to create the … Read More
On the evening of December 17, from 6:00 – 7:30 PM EST, GlobalPittsburgh will stream its fourth annual Immigrant Entrepreneur … Read More
In returning to our previous survey of Latinx letters, we find that by the eighteenth century as evidence of our presence. We have accounts or testimonies from people like Eulalia Pérez (1766-1878) and Apolinaria Lorenzana (1790-1884), both of them head housekeepers at Spanish missions in California.
Marisel Vera is a Chicago writer based in Pittsburgh. Through her work, Marisel explores the particular burdens that Puerto Ricans, … Read More
University of Pittsburgh has announced discounts offered at local Latino restaurants in celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month. This is an … Read More
It may seem a simplistic question, but the Hispanic presence in the United States is a complicated and unfamiliar topic for many, both for Latino immigrants as well as native Latinos.
Varied events including dance lessons, educational workshops, cooking demos and more are scheduled from September 15 to October 15.
At SoJu restaurant in Garfield (Pittsburgh), Chef Fernando Ríos was busy prepping to delight the public on Sunday with Freakin … Read More
One of Pittsburgh’s most popular Hispanic restaurants, Chicken Latino, has relocated to Beechview after more than 10 years serving customers … Read More