Shirley Gómez is a bilingual Lifestyle & Entertainment Journalist. When she is not writing you can find her reading about feminism, listening to Beyoncé, Demi Lovato, Natti Natasha or Dua Lipa, redecorating her home or watching Fixer Upper. Besides Latin Times, you can find her articles at Oh! Magazine, Medical Daily, OprahMag.com, and BELatina. Find her on Instagram and Twitter as @shirleygomez
Apple is a good source of fiber and Vitamin C, and since it's rare to meet someone who hates this nutritious fruit, find here a list of products made of its juice to celebrate National Apple Cider Day on Saturday, November 18.
If you are a powerhouse in the music and TV industry then you probably will receive an exclusive invitation to indulge at the Latin Grammy Official Backstage Talent Gift Lounge. If not, at least you can have an idea on how artists are treated behind the scenes.
Superstars Demi Lovato and Luis Fonsi upcoming and very secretive song will finally be released in mid-November. Learn here why this next Latin pop hit is expected to dominate the charts and how the singers met.
TV producer and music manager, Benny Medina, known for his work with Jennifer Lopez, Mariah Carey, Will Smith, and Queen Latifah to name a few, has been accused of attempting to rape actor Jason Dottley.
From "Mi Burrito Sabanero" to "Los Pollitos," Nickelodeon will bring all of the Canticos characters to screens and isles in stores with a new consumer product line that aims to keep kids engaged during the holidays and learn about the Latino traditions while learning Spanish.
"Student loan debt" is a frightening term these days. If you are feeling powerless in your six-figure debt situation, millennial financial expert shares how recent grads and not-so-recent grads, can pay off their bills.
For the past 13 years, Raúl de Molina has been covering the Latin Grammy Awards red carpets and has interviewed everyone from Sofia Vergara to Usher. The Cuban host spoke to Latin Times and shared some great stories, plus other interesting facts you didn't know about him.
New Yorkers can enjoy for the first time the rich and distinct world of Hennessy in a multi-sensory experience to learn the Cognac-making process and appreciate its flavor complexity through the education platform, “Le Grand Voyage.”
From Pope Francis to Sharon Stone, this food supplement made out of fermented Papaya, claims to fight the signs of aging, relieve stress and boost immune defenses, and it's even sold at the Vatican pharmacy.
After a heartbreaking incident like the church shooting by a terribly troubled person in Sutherland Springs, TX, or a group of innocent people being massacred by a hate-filled man in a truck in New York City, Licensed Therapist Marianne Clyde, shares why minds are killing people.
The Department of Homeland Security announced that all the Nicaraguans who have Temporary Protected Status must leave or seek another form of legal residency. Hondurans, Haitians, and Salvadorans are still waiting for a decision.
Hilton Hotels & Resorts heiress, Paris Hilton, is using her power and fortunes to bring aid to those in need. The socialite visited Mexico and donated money to build seven new homes for the earthquake victims.
Ilia Calderón will join Jorge Ramos on "Noticiero Univision." Calderón will replace María Elena Salinas and becomes the first Afro-Latina that leads evening news in one of the main national television networks in the U.S.
It's not clear what kind of mental health disorder El Chapo is experiencing, but according to his lawyers, he's suffering hallucinations and other symptoms. New York Federal Judge Brian Cogan allowed a neuropsychological evaluation.
During a press conference in the Dominican Republic, Colombian singer Carlos Vives discussed Trap's sexual lyrics and clarifies he respects all the artists, but his daughter is not allowed to listen to the music genre.