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Joey ‘El Gallo’ and Tommy ‘The Genie’ are the voice of boxing fans around the world. We are the Knuckle Head Nation! Connecting fight fans with the fighters, a well rounded boxing show by two die-hard boxing lovers. With a respect to boxing history, we introduce boxing fans to fighters of the past and timely boxing happenings of the present…and we do it with humor and respect!
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Welcome to Hablemos Soccer. Un espacio para charlar, analizar y discutir sobre los topics más cool de nuestra MLS y los TOP jugadores latinos. We are going to have fun with Ramses Sandoval and Daniel Nohra.
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Stories that affect our society, testimonials of survivors, their personal experiences, and the different ways in which each of them was pushed to the limit. In each episode they speak up, creating a support community for all the listeners that might be going through similar situations. Executive Produced by: Dafnne Wejebe Iberri
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La Llorona Podcast explores the legend of La Llorona (the weeping woman). This legend has haunted Mexico since before the Conquest. Her story is one of violence, much like the country whose suffering she is often taken to represent. Beware the woman in white...Join us every week for four original episodes as we delve into the myths and stories of La Llorona sightings, real life encounters and experts from multiple Spanish speaking countries. Brought to you by Warner Brothers and Univision
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REAL LIFE ECONOMICS is an unabashedly smart, fact-driven podcast, dedicated to stimulating thought on economic issues. Each episode will feature an important economic concept or policy, like "free trade" or "tax reform," that the hosts will break into smaller, more relatable concepts, with an eye towards explaining how the "theories" behind the issues play out in "real life." Unlike other media, however, REAL LIFE ECONOMICS won't tell you what to think about a given issue, but will instead, ...
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Cornelius and Magee both like cigars and gambling so hitting record and sharing their ongoing dialogue as a podcast seems logical enough... recorded live from the studio level of Capitol Cigars in Denver, CO our co-hosts will smoke and discuss a different cigar during every week's episode while also engaging with one another, as well as guests and listeners, about sports gambling and poker and other gaming news and issues. Realistically, they'll probably also be discussing music too as they ...
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Bienvenidos a ‘Así está el mundo’, presentado por Donaji, locutora de Los Ángeles que se pone a examinar lo que pasa en el mundo con un toque divertido, diferente y muy personal. Acompáñanos en esta locura y diviértete con sus ocurrencias, the way we know how….The spanglish way ! Conoce un lado más íntimo de tu locutora favorita y de su vida como segunda generación de latinos en los Estados Unidos. Welcome to ‘Así Está El Mundo’ presented by Donaji, a DJ from LA who set out to examine what h ...
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Locatora Radio [A Radiophonic Novela]

My Cultura, iHeartPodcasts and Locatora Studios

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Locatora Radio is an independent podcast based out of Los Angeles that blends humor, pop culture analysis, and interviews with artists to engage listeners in nuanced discussions about feminism, sexual wellness, and arts and culture for a modern Latinx audience.
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Global Americans and the Canadian Council for the Americas presents Two gringos with questions, an interview series featuring political and cultural leaders from across the Americas. Your hosts GA Board Member Chris Sabatini and CCA’s President Kenneth Frankel, two gringos who focus on and work in Latin America and the Caribbean, will ask policymakers, business leaders and cultural movers and shakers about their views on the region and its future. The series will provide informal and unexpec ...
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Get ready to hear Chiquis like never before. In her new podcast, “Chiquis and Chill,” the Latin Grammy winner shares her experience growing up in a famous household, how she’s managed to be so successful in the male-dominated music industry and how she navigates relationships. We’ll also explore health, beauty, entrepreneurship and some spicier top…
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Tune into the final episode of Season 8! In this capítulo, we review a Locatora original concept, ethical chisme. In 2017, we coined this term with the help of our guest Ruben Angel. Since then, we've expanded our definition of ethical chisme. In this episode, we go over some macro and micro examples. Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/locat…
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The illustrious duo of The Super Secret Bestie Club Podcast, Curly Velasquez and Maya Murillo join us to discuss their deepest, darkest secrets! We discuss their journey from Buzzfeed's PeroLike to independent creators/artists, growing up on the internet, and their 2024 dating strategy. Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/locatora_productions…
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The "girls" are everywhere these days! From girl math to girl dinner, adult women are GIRLS! In today's episode, we look at the cultural zeitgeist and how both girlhood and womanhood are being defined. How are women remaining girlhood and is it necessarily a bad thing? And how does the patriarchy infantilize women? Source: Woman In Retrograde Relat…
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Often, when we think of Latinx/Latinos and their families, we think of a large, close-knit one. But some of us have distant, dysfunctional, or estranged families. For today's episode, we're joined by Violetta Fernandez, a Mexican American therapist, to unpack the distinct ways estrangement shows up in our communities. She created a platform called …
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For the first episode of 2024, Mala and Diosa ease into the year by playing We All Grow's bilingual card deck called, "Amigas Circle." They discuss the new beginnings 2024 brings, like grad school, new routines, and Related Episode: Capítulo 153: Getting Playful Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/locatora_productions See omnystudio.com/liste…
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In today's installment of Locatora Radio, we are joined by journalist, author, and friend, Raquel Reichard. We discuss some of the central themes in her debut book, Self-Care For Latinas, such as marianismo, imposter syndrome, and why women (especially Latinas) must practice self-care. Raquel Reichard is an award-winning journalist is currently the…
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Artist and former music manager, Doris Anahí Muñoz joins Locatora Radio to discuss how she used transformative justice to heal and move forward after a very public, online, community call-out in 2022. Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/locatora_productions See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
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We're winding down this year with a personal recap of 2023. We dive into what's been happening behind the scenes of our lives. From Mala's meet-cute at Vallarta to Diosa's first year of marriage, las Locatoras get personal about their triumphs and hardships of 2023. Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/locatora_productions See omnystudio.com/l…
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Welcome back to Locatora Radio, locamores! In this week's episode we pay our respects to public radio pioneer, Maria Martin & the affinity Latinos/Latines have for radio. We also discuss ousted representative, George Santos. Is social media turning him into a Gay icon?! We also dive into Univision's interview with former President Donald Trump and …
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For this episode of Locatora Radio, we continue our coverage of the crisis in Palestine. We're joined by Loren Medina, founder of Guerrera Marketing & PR. Medina is of Cuban and Palestinian descent and for her, the personal IS political. She breaks down how we can all join movements and what solidarity looks like. Support the show: https://www.patr…
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In this episode of Locatora Radio, Catalina Garcia of Monsieur Perine joins us to discuss their latest album, Bolero Apocaliptico. We discuss music as a tool for activism, resistance and healing. Note: Bolero Apocaliptico won a Latin Grammy for Best Alternative album after we recorded this episode. Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/locatora…
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Welcome to the Locaversary episode! We've been producing our Radiophonic Novela since November 2016. In this special anniversary episode, we reflect on this podcast journey and what we've learned along the way. We also hear from our listeners at the end. Thank you to Jenn, Jackie, Erika, Caroline, Lala, and our audio editor, Stephanie for contribut…
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In this episode, we dive into decolonial frameworks, personal and political praxis, and historical and current Latin American and Palestinian solidarity. Works Cited: Ethnic Cleansing Translation Guide Palestine x Puerto Rico Connections Somos Sur: Mapuche and Palestinian Chileans Stand in Solidarity with Gaza Support the show: https://www.patreon.…
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In this capítulo, Jean Guerrero, columnist for the Los Angeles Times joins us to discuss the ongoing humanitarian crisis in Palestine. How does misinformation threaten democracy during times of global conflict? We discuss the digital economy, the algorithm, how the billionaire class depends on us, and how to cultivate empathy. Read her column here.…
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In this episode of Locatora Radio, we sit down with Jasmine Maldonado, founder of Persona The Shop and co-founder of Midcity Mercado. We learn about her entrepreneurial family and what inspired her to take a leap of faith when launching her businesses. Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/locatora_productions See omnystudio.com/listener for pr…
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Las Locatoras traveled to Perú for Diosa's 30th birthday! They recount their experience doing the Inca Trail, Mala trying cuy for the first time, and Diosa visiting her family! For the second half of this episode, we discuss LA news and formerly elected officials. Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/locatora_productions See omnystudio.com/lis…
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The four women behind LA-founded, Radical Clothing Swap, are on a mission to normalize radical sustainability by providing free clothes for all. They host a monthly free clothing swap, where anyone can find a new look while slowing down overconsumption. Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/locatora_productions See omnystudio.com/listener for p…
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Wilmer Valderrama is joined by actors Adam Rodriguez, Stephanie Beatriz, and Overcomfort Podcast host Jenicka Lopez for a heartfelt and insightful conversation on Latinidad. Listen as the group share their memories on growing up in a Latino household, their experiences with learning (and not learning) Spanish, and how they ended up choosing their c…
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In this capítulo, we're joined by Tejana songwriter and musician, Veronique Medrano. We discuss the release of her new album titled, MexiAmericana, the current soundscape of Tejano music, and how creative writing fuels her music. Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/locatora_productions See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
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Welcome back to Locatora Radio! September 15th to October 15th, marks Latinx History Month in the U.S. In this episode, we’re reviewing the most pivotal pop culture moments in Latinx History, starting in 1980s to present day. We discuss iconic moments, like JLO's Versace dress (which led to the invention of Google Images), "lo que se ve, no se preg…
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We are still floating on Planet Renaissance, after attending Beyoncé's Worldwide Tour. In this episode, we reflect on only knowing a world that includes Beyoncé. From Destiny's Child to her solo career, we look back at Beyoncé's cultural impact. Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/locatora_productions See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy i…
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Have you ever wondered how Locatora Radio survived six years of indie podcasting? For My Cultura's Two Year Anniversary Live Show, we get into how we self-funded Locatora with the help of our listeners for years, before signing with iHeart Radio's My Cultura Podcast Network. Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/locatora_productions See omnystu…
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In this week's installment of Locatora Radio, we're joined by Jade Richard Craven, the writer and co-executive producer of the Tubi Original film, Gridiron Grind, a sapphic coming-of-age story for a high school football player. Gridiron Grind is based on Richard Craven's true experience playing on all-boys football team. We talk to Richard Craven a…
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This is a film retrospective of America Ferrera's work! From the Disney Channel Original Gotta Kick It Up to truly iconic feature films like Real Women Have Curves and Sisterhood of the Travelling Pants and now BARBIE, America Ferrera has brought life to stories about Latinas on the big screen. Playing characters that are often othered, criticized,…
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This is the final episode of our mini-series, Me, My Mental Health & I. We discuss weaponizing "therapy speak" and learning how to set boundaries with Gloria Osborne-Sheeler, founder of Glow In Therapy. Vanity Fair Article Here. Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/locatora_productions See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
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In this episode, we dive into the history of hysteria and the concept of being "delulu". We'll explore how these terms have been used in the past and how they continue to affect our understanding of mental health today. Get tickets for our live show! Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/locatora_productions See omnystudio.com/listener for priv…
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In this 3rd episode of our mental health mini-series, we're joined by two licensed social workers, Mirian Juarez and Sasha Robles, creators of Homegirl Consejos. This new collective aims to create space for homegirls to unpack the bullshit & exchange consejos. We talk about sad girls, mental health myths, and staying healthy when you're forever onl…
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In this second episode of our mental health mini-series, we interview Adriana Alejandre, licensed therapist and founder of Latinx Therapy, a therapy directory and podcast. After losing her mother, Adriana made the decision to share about her grieving journey publicly on social media. In this capítulo, we talk about radical vulnerability, storytelli…
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This season we're brining our listeners a mini-series titled Me, My Mental Health, and I. Our first guest is writer, actress, and mental health advocate, Dani Fernandez. We discuss the WGA Writer's Strike, positive affirmations and her healing journey. Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/locatora_productions See omnystudio.com/listener for pr…
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Hola locamores! We are so excited to bring you Season 8 of our podcast this week. We can't wait for you to join us for more special interviews and hot takes on trending topics. In anticipation for our launch, we've put together an extended trailer for you. We take you on a trip down memory lane and give you a preview of what you can expect starting…
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Our first network season comes to an end! In this final capítulo, we recap our first 30-episode season of Locatora Radio and discuss what's stayed the same and what's changed. We covered so much during Season 7, from the decline of feminism to the rise of the conservative Latina. Tune in to hear more about our indie-to-network journey! Support the …
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In this capítulo, we are joined by Wendy Ramirez and Jackie Rodriguez of Spanish Sin Pena, an organization teaching and empowering our community to learn and practice Spanish. Learn about their trajectory and how you can join! From the Bay to the Midwest, we also hear more testimonios from listeners from around the U.S. They share their experience …
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After Diosa went VIRAL for discussing the history of language violence, we noticed many people questioning the validity of that history. In this episode, we dive into the history of language violence in the American Southwest, Mexican-only schools, and the modern-day pochos, aka No Sabo Kids. Listeners from around the U.S., share their experience w…
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Welcome back, locamores! We are joined by Puerto Rican singer, composer and vocalist iLe. She released her third album, Nacarile in 2022 and collaborated with artists like, Ivy Queen, Natalia Lafourcade and Flor de Toloache, among others. We learn about her creative process, creating feminist anthems and how social movements inspire her work. iLe w…
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Stand Up Comedian and writer, Marcella Arguello joins us to talk about her new half-hour HBO Max special, "Bitch, Grow Up!" directed by Aida Rodriguez. Arguello has been in the comedy space for 17 years. We talk about career longevity, her meditation album, and her upcoming comedy album Mercury in Reggaeton. Listen to Marcella's past episode. Suppo…
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Jessica Marie Garcia joins Locatora Radio to share her journey balancing motherhood, the Industry, and what it's like having the best eyebrows in Hollywood. Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/locatora_productions See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By My Cultura, iHeartPodcasts and Locatora Studios
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Every week, there's a new take on LA's "bad" food scene. On this capítulo, we overview Los Angeles' thriving immigrant communities, food journalism, and why anyone new to LA should get out of their TikTok food bubble. We also give some restaurant recommendations para los haters. Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/locatora_productions See omn…
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Welcome back, locamores. On this capítulo, we interview three sisters turned bandmates, Tori, Sophia, and Tiffany Baltierra, collectively known as The Tiarras. We talk to them about growing up in a musical family, the origin story of their band name & how they're creating their own music genre. Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/locatora_pro…
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On this capítulo of Locatora Radio, we examine the decline and degradation of women’s rights. At the height of the #MeToo movement, we all witnessed accountability and some change. What do women's rights look like 6 years later? Read this Vox article by Constance Grady. Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/locatora_productions See omnystudio.c…
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On January 21, 2023, a gunman killed 11 people and injured 10 at Star Ballroom dance studio in Monterey Park. To give us more insight about Monterey Park and ethnoburbs, we’re joined by Bianca Mabute-Louie. She’s a sociologist, scholar-activist, author of “Unassimilable”. Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/locatora_productions See omnystudio…
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Have you noticed that there's a lot of anti-feminist content coming from women? Convos about feminists wanting equity and structural change have been distilled to "Are women asking for too much?" We give an overview of digital feminism: from the Men Are Tr*sh Era to the obliteration of feminist media. Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/locat…
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Hola Locamores! Welcome back to Locatora Radio. On this capítulo, we recap Mala's birthday, new year feelings, & the survivor narratives in the news at the tail end of 2022. Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/locatora_productions See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By My Cultura, iHeartPodcasts and Locatora Studios
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