It’s a funny turn, seeing hapless Mexicans maneuver the attention of organized crime in Spain in “I Don’t Expect Anyone to Believe Me.”
“De La Calle” isn’t perfect but my Spotify has been bumping since watching Nick Barili recount Latinx artists’ contributions to Urbano music.
Netflix’s Wednesday Addams has a sharp tongue that she uses to inflict gloom and doom, dive into anti-colonialism, and embrace her Latinidad.
“Lineage of Rain” author Janel Pineda discusses the process of publishing her first chapbook, how she prepares for performances, and her hopes for her career and the Salvadoran diaspora.
With her debut novel “The Five Wounds” out, author Kirstin Valdez Quade discusses with us the religious fraternity of penitentes in New Mexico, the inspiration behind the story, and the colonial violence that shapes our communities today.
Who gets to tell the story of breaking the vow of celibacy? Maybe we’re still waiting – even after “Fleabag” and “El Crimen del Padre Amaro.”
Since the election of Donald Trump, it seems like our country has been in a never-ending debate about who we are and where we come from. There are so many places to look for answers but as a media critic, I, of course, look to TV. And in this moment of Bible-signing, border “crisis,” and macho, […]
“I’m Mexican.” That’s something I say sometimes. Mostly to people who are (rudely) asking “where are you [really] from?” And sometimes to those who take my light skin as an invitation to say something racist. Every once in a while to a fellow Latinx person as we share experiences. The thing is, though, I’m not […]
NBC’s The Good Place set up its next premise last night with “Chidi Sees The Time-Knife,” the 11th episode in its third season. Read our recap below (warning, spoilers ahead). It’s always a good episode of The Good Place when Maya Rudolph is on, and “Chidi Sees The Time-Knife” did not disappoint. This episode, we […]
NBC’s The Good Place made its midseason return last night with “The Book of Dougs,” the 10th episode in its third season. Read our recap below (warning, spoilers ahead). “What kind of messed up place would turn away refugees?” This line came out of the mouth of Manny Jacinto’s Jason in the opening scene of […]