Rivera Helps Spark Passion for Panthers Among Charlotte Latinos

Rivera Helps Spark Passion for Panthers Among Charlotte Latinos

NewsTaco February 4, 2016

*According to the Nielsn Company, Charlotte’s Latino community “is growing faster than any other region in the country.” Thirteen percent of the population is Latino. That’s prime ground for a […]

Tom Flores proud to see another Hispanic coach in Super Bowl

NewsTaco January 28, 2016

*It’s been 32 years since a Latino professional football coach won the Super Bowl. Tom Flores says he’s proud. Ron Rivera, whose father is Puerto Rican and mother is Mexican, […]

Cannibals and Poets

NewsTaco February 26, 2015

By Dr. Henry Flores, NewsTaco A dear friend once described politics in her country as a struggle between cannibals and poets with each side taking turns running the country.  When […]

Broncos Latino trio making Super Bowl history

Mary Mata January 29, 2014

By Tony Castro,Voxxi Of all the plaudits given Denver Broncos guard Louis Vasquez, the one most special to him is one that doesn’t come with a piece of hardware. They don’t […]

Super Bowl XLVI By The Numbers

Mary Mata February 3, 2012

By the U.S. Census Bureau Super Bowl XLVI will be played Feb. 5 at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, which will be the first time the Super Bowl has been […]

Top 10 Signs Your Super Bowl Party Party Isn’t Going Well

Mary Mata February 2, 2012

10. It’s halftime and everyone’s still trying to decode the Roman numerals. 9. People are taking their bathroom breaks during the game so as not to miss the commercials. 8. […]