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Alex Gorosh took a telescope around the streets of Los Angeles to give strangers a close-up peep of the moon.


In Los Angeles, everyone eats at taco trucks. [Video by Ran Zhang.]


Oh wow! Underground food! Taco trucks! Street vendors! Birria! Secret restaurants in peoples’ homes! CNN’s Nick Valencia has the scoop from the City of Angels.


Fed up with ignorant cat-calls, lewd, rude and suggestive remarks from sexist men on the street, women in Lima set up hidden cameras and — dressed up as “MILFs” — went for a stroll down the calle…walking right by their ignorant, lewd, rude and suggestive…WAIT FOR IT…sons.


Let’s face it, hermanas. Dudes yelling rude remarks when you’re walking to work is the last thing you need. What’s the first thing you need? New CockBlok® immediately moves those asshats into the Friend Zone.


Everybody was kung foo fighting, and it was a little bit frightening. But just a little bit.

Abuela Mexi-twerks to marimba street band (video)

by MOON GUAC April 7, 2014 Cultura
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When a killer marimba street band starts laying down epic beats, what’s Abuelita to do? Dance, dance baby.

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Naranjas, Señor?! Oranges for sale! (video)

by Lucida Grandé March 26, 2014 Cultura
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Post by Being Chicano. The naranjero works hard for his money, so hard for it, honey. As much as this street-vending orange seller looks like POCHO amigo Gustavo ¡Ask A Mexican! Arellano, it’s not him. Here’s Arellano at his weekend gig:

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It’s National Taco Day! Eat ’em if you got ’em

by Lalo Alcaraz October 4, 2013 Cultura
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According to either the National Taco Industry Council, or some drunk person who also just made this up, today is National Taco Day in the United Estates. And it says so, on to the online hub of this holiday, NationalTacoDay.com: In 2012, Americans ate 4.5 billion tacos!  That’s 490,000 miles of tacos, which could take […]

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In Buenos Aires, look both ways before crossing the street (videos)

by CALLE D. CINEMA July 3, 2013 Cultura
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Remember Capt. “Sully” Sullenberger who landed his airliner in New York’s Hudson River? Move over, bro. Flight AR 1304 is coming in for a landing at Parque de Palermo in downtown Buenos Aires! [Directed by Fernando Livschitz for Black Sheep Films.] Here’s a reprise of another mind-blowing Buenos Aires vid from Livschitz we ran last […]

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Breaking Ñews: Paleta stock prices heat up as Summer looms

by María Purísima June 14, 2013 El Now
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(PNS reporting from WALL STREET) Summer has begun baking the country, and that means just one thing on Wall Street: A steep rise in the value of paleta stocks. “We all look forward to a seasonal bump in the iced treats sector.  This year, Navidad came early,” said Alexander Wiseman, a desserts and novelty/snack food analyst […]

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Crossing the street in Guadalajara? Mind those traffic signals! (video)

by Especial Correspondents December 31, 2012 Cultura
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New Mexico pocho Louis Head sent in this 30-second travel video. Be careful out there, pochos — cross in the crosswalks and espere la luz!

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El Opera del Espacio turns public spaces into theater (video)

by A. TRAIN December 13, 2012 Cultura
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As Summer 2012 wound down, the Opera del Espacio troupe dispatched their live street theater squad to the Los Angeles Metro Gold Line, and video’d the amusement, amazement and astonishment that greeted their performances. You don’t have to take the train to see them, however. They’re on Twitter and Facebook, too. RELATED: L.A. group It’s […]

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Sometimes the hardest choice is ‘The Second Choice’ (video)

by CISCO YBERRA October 18, 2012 Cultura
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In Los Angeles, an immigrant single mom tries to teach her son to do the right thing, but talk is cheap when the rent is due tomorrow and your only income is as an unlicensed street vendor. What would you do when it all came down to The Second Choice? Short film by Alberto Belli. Spanglish […]

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Eye of the beholder: A day in the life of an Eames chair (video)

by HABLO PICASSO July 28, 2012 Cultura
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DIEZ tells the story of a molded plywood Eames chair and its journey over the course of a few days in San Francisco, a journey that starts when the chair is momentarily left in front of an upscale gallery, and an older Mexican woman takes the chair, mistaking the modern design icon for trash. This […]

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Drug cartel shoot-out recycling means big business for one border town

by EDUARDO BURRO April 26, 2012 El Now
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(PNS reporting from BAJA NALGAS) The narcotraficante shoot-outs in this border town typically take 30 or 40 seconds. A discerning listener might notice — amid the screams, the pop-pop-pop of semiautomatic pistol fire and the distinctive rat-a-tat-tat of submachineguns — the jingle-jangle-jingle of spent brass cartridges hitting the street. When the smoke clears, survivors, if […]

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Year in Review: JLo needs to fix it again, Tony

by The Son of Los Angeles / El Los Angelino December 30, 2011 Cultura
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You can’t go home again; ask la Señorita Lopez. JLo’s waxing poetic about her roots and her neighborhood made for a very nice commercial but a not-so-nice commentary about her beloved Bronx. Jenny-from-the-block’s part in her new commercial was not shot “round the way” but rather on the rough and tumble streets of West Los […]

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