Ivy P’s Latina Owned Makeup Tutorial Featuring Melt Cosmetics


Editors Note: It is an honor to highlight a new emerging (and honest voice) in the make up artist genre. I met this young lady thru one of my best friends about a year ago… and I watched her grow in both creativity and influence… almost tripling her following in just months. I thought it was time to give you something new and different… and More...

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By Urban Jibaro On Sunday, December 11th, 2016

  Afraid To Fail? Don’t Be… I’m A Proud Failure

  All of my life, I’ve been afraid to fail. I remember growing up, watching class clowns get scolded by the teacher and be told how they were failures while being kicked out of the classroom. Or the More...

Henry Gonzalez
By Urban Jibaro On Sunday, December 11th, 2016

Watch This Now –> The Poetry of Henry Gonzalez: “Will a Black Life Matter?”

Henry The Poet Born and raised in New York City, Henry Gonzalez is an Afro-Latino spoken word poet, essayist, and community organizer.  At age 15, the effects of the Great Recession pushed his family to move More...

El Tribu De Abrante & Jeimy Osorio sing "I Like It Like That"
By Urban Jibaro On Sunday, December 11th, 2016

Banco Popular Dedicates Puerto Rican Christmas Special To The Boricua Diaspora.

There is simply nothing I can write here that can express how I feel right now. For years, Nuyoricans (as well as others in the Diaspora) struggled with what we can do to help with any of the issues facing the island. More...

By Urban Jibaro On Wednesday, November 23rd, 2016

Want to know how to use social media to attract and engage quality customers, and grow your business? I have a class for that.

Hello, my name is George Torres,  and I am a community builder who presents, promotes, and preserves Latino culture via new media. I currently engage via my blog, Sofrito For Your Soul, and several social More...

By Urban Jibaro On Sunday, November 20th, 2016

Emerging Voices: Alex Vega Wants To Break Free

Break Free   I don’t want to tell you the story of my life Instead the story of the female Hispanic stereotype Just because I am Latina doesn’t mean I want to stay home and cook you rice & beans   Or More...

By Urban Jibaro On Tuesday, November 15th, 2016

The Poetry of Diane Rivera: Seasons & Reasons

He told me, in between kisses and paintings That nothing is ever promised I told him, I’d rather know I’d rather plan I’d rather have the notion in my head that if I believe in something Maybe it’ll happen Preachers More...

By Urban Jibaro On Wednesday, November 9th, 2016

The Election Is Over: Tego Calderón and Talib Kweli Have A Message For President Obama!

That message is clear… FREE OSCAR LOPEZ NOW He has been in jail longer than Mandela!   Check out the video… then take action today!   The presidential election is over… Lets apply all More...

By Urban Jibaro On Wednesday, November 9th, 2016

Emerging Voices: Project “Brave Lords”: An experiment in Latino-futurism

By D.Bird ***********   He fell.   Fell from a hole in the sky, ducking and rolling with the fall while it closed behind him. Patting his body, he quickly checked to make sure everything was intact, and More...

By Urban Jibaro On Saturday, November 5th, 2016

Emerging Voices: Pequeño Ruido by Isa Guzman

Pequeno Ruido (Small Noises) Atorado/Stuck Language lingers as a cleaver stuck to the bone of a cow’s thigh. II. Mudo/Mute Reaching into one’s own chest to pluck unripe quenepas, praying for a single full More...