As the new Mexican consul in New York takes office, readers of Diario de México are demanding more involvement with the community and services.
Dreamer Carlos Ibarra, who ran from New York to California in 72 days, presents his documentary “Run Carlos Run” about his journey, Reporte Hispano reports.
Mexicans and other Hispanics in New York reacted to the Orlando massacre with sadness and calls for more gun control and safety against terrorism, Diario de México reports.
Puerto Rican lawyer David Martínez has started a piñata business and has published a children’s book dedicated to Hispanic kids, El Diario/La Prensa reports.
La Colmena, a 250-member organization, seeks to help immigrant workers on Staten Island, Diario de México reports.
El Diario/La Prensa explores the isolation experienced by immigrants in the city through the case of a Mexican immigrant whose body remained in the Office of Chief Medical Examiner for days without anybody claiming him.
An array of Mexican musicians led by singer Guadalupe Peraza will stage “Mexamorphosis,” a series of free multimedia concerts in New York and New Jersey, Reporte Hispano reports.
The Staten Island Mixtec Carnival featured traditional dances and music performed by groups of immigrant workers from Mexico, Diario de México reports.
A fair dedicated to the Mexican sauce mole will take place next Sunday in New Rochelle, Diario de México reports.
The owners of a Bronx restaurant publicly declare they are undocumented and intend to become a role model in the fight for the right to be entrepreneurs, El Diario/La Prensa reports.
The Home Reporter reports on a Cinco de Mayo and Mother’s Day celebration May 8 in Sunset Park.
A family of Mexican immigrant farmers is part of an innovative business initiative in The Bronx, El Diario/La Prensa reports.
Brooklyn Borough Hall is hosting an exhibition about immigrants who will be affected by the Supreme Court decision on DACA and DAPA, El Diario/La Prensa reports.
After being pardoned by immigration authorities, Ángelo Cabrera, will now promote DACA and DAPA at Baruch College, El Diario/La Prensa reports.
Diario de México interviews two classically-trained musicians who crossed the border to escape violence and have since found solace – and some notoriety – performing on the streets of NYC.