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AuroraFlores and ElvaMason,Esq

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Born and bred in the urban jungle of the Big Apple, journalist and music historian, Aurora Flores began her career in the music industry as the first woman editor of Latin New York Magazine in 1973 and the first woman music correspondent for Billboard Magazine in 1975, covering the Latin music and R&B scene. A culture warrior since the early 1970s, Aurora is an artist, musician, and cultural activist at the cutting edge of Latino identity. She's published thousands of articles about music and culture for mainstream and ethnic publications, while running her public relations and cultural marketing firm. Aurora performed with legendary Latin music icons Rafael Cortijo and Ismael Rivera, and has graced the stages with popular salsa bands. She leads Zon del Barrio, a septet with a debut CD Cortijo's Tribe (La Tribu de Cortijo) for Protel/Fania Records. Also joining Diva JC, is Flores' entertainment attorney, Elva Mason to discuss the challenges facing clients in the music industry.