Waiting for Fadó

Waiting for Fadó

NewsTaco January 9, 2017

*Jesse Treviño get’s it: “. . . state-of-the-art telecommunications can accelerate changes in our consciousness and self-perception.” U.S. Latinos need to hear this message. VL By Jesse Treviño, HispanicLatino (4.5 […]

The Untold Story of Ruben Mendoza, the First Mexican-American to Play for US Soccer

NewsTaco September 19, 2016

*A cool thing about this article is the comment section below the story. Many people have added their personal stories about Ruben, his coaching, his dedication to his church. This […]

Fútbol vs. football: NFL and soccer compete for Latino fans

Mary Mata January 31, 2014

By Griselda Nevarez, Voxxi Fútbol has long been the most popular sport among Latinos. But recent research shows that may be starting to change for Latinos living in the United States, […]

Soccer Attendance Surpasses Basketball, Hockey

Mary Mata November 2, 2011

Soccer attendance in stadiums across the U.S. has surpassed that of either the NBA or the NHL, a change that comes partially because soccer stadiums just are larger and have […]

Copa America: Argentina Vs. Colombia

Mary Mata July 7, 2011

All the stress was on the Argentines as they came out to meet the Colombian Copa América squad in Santa Fe, Argentina at the Estinaslao Lopez stadium. As the host […]

Making Poetry Out Of Fútbol (Soccer)

Mary Mata July 5, 2011

Odas a Futbolistas/Odes to Footballers is a cycle of odes written by Yago S. Cura and Abel Folgar to commemorate the 2010 World Cup in South Africa. The odes laud […]