El film, dirigido por Matt Ruskin y basado en hechos reales, relata el calvario y la lucha de un joven y su mejor amigo en Brooklyn, NYC, tras una arresto injustificado.
The bill will legalize the medicinal use of marijuana and its derivatives, such as cannabis oil, to alleviate the symptoms of diseases such as cancer, epilepsy and Parkinson's disease.
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Bajo el título "Latino Cultures in the U.S.", esta colección digital engloba 4.300 documentos relacionados con los hispanos y tours virtuales por emblemáticos lugares latinos en Estados Unidos como el barrio Pilsen de Chicago o Little Havana en Miami.
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Ten years ago, Juan Pablo Romero decided to open a place in his childhood home to get the youngsters off the street of Guatemala.
Universal free education is one of the hallmarks of the Cuban Revolution, although for a number of years the shortfall in the number of teachers and reportedly low quality of the offered classes have been the focus of attention on the island, where students make up about one-fifth of the population.
Dayesi Torriente, a Cuban and United States prima ballerina, will be starring in the role of Princess Aurora for The Pennsylvania Ballet’s “Sleeping Beauty” this upcoming autumn. The show runs from October 12th to October 22nd 2017, and can be seen from seats at The Academy of Music on 240 South Broad Street.
During her first visit to Latin America, Malala Yousafzai, a 20-year-old activist and philantropist, urged young people to use social network on issues that they truly care about, such as equality, women's rights and education.
En la que será probablemente la actuación más destacada del año, merecedora del Oscar, Robert Pattinson interpreta un ladronzuelo de bancos en Nueva York cuya vida discurre en un estado de ansiedad narrado con absoluta maestría.
This August 29 is the 47th anniversary of the day when thousands of people marched in the east of the city of Los Angeles to protest the great casualties of Chicano citizens in the Vietnam War.