CENTRO is produced in English with Spanish subtitles and focuses on issues of importance to the Latino community. Geared to educating New Englanders to the culture and issues that are a part of the Latino community, CENTRO explores a wide variety of subjects including current events, education, politics, and entertainment. CENTRO, hosted and produced by Yadires Nova-Salcedo, airs each Saturday morning at 7:50am.
July 26, 2014 In 2009, a special organization was born in the city of Worcester, one that will forever change the lives of men who are drug addicts. In an effort to bring hope to [...]
July 19, 2014 On Thursday July 24th, there will be a special 50th Anniversary Gala Event at the JFK Library, celebrating the contributions and success of the Roxbury Multi-Service Center – an outstanding institution with [...]
July 12, 2014 If you like art and are a fan of Latin music, specifically mariachi, then this is a great treat for you! On Wednesday July 23rd the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston [...]
July 5, 2014 At Boston Children’s Hospital, the arts are recognized as a powerful tool to aid patients and families through challenging circumstances! A growing body of evidence confirms the benefits of using arts in [...]
June 28, 2014 His paintings are part of museums, private and corporate collections in Europe, the United States and Latin America! World renowned artist Agustin Patiño was born in Ecuador in 1969 and for the [...]
June 21, 2014 “Individuality starts when one feels empowered from within, to be one’s self and accept one’s self, which leads to accepting others and honoring all people”. This is the message that’s being put [...]
On this edition of Centro, we tell you about a Latino who made history in 2013.
June 7, 2014 For 50 straight years, with a summer jobs program called SummerWorks, the non-profit organization ABCD (Action for Boston Community Development Agency) has kept kids off the streets, while helping them earn some [...]
May 31, 2014 The Mayor of Somerville Joseph Curtatone has said no to the secure communities program, becoming the first Mayor to put limits on the federal program which became mandatory in 2013. Mayor Curtatone [...]
May 24, 2014 In 1970, a small organization called Bridge Over Troubled Waters was started in the city of Boston. Their mission was to offer free and confidential services to homeless young people on our [...]