Who says journalism is dead? La naranja has at least a dozen weekly Spanish-language newspapers, multiple monthly revistas and an increasing number of blogs. Unfortunately, most of them seem to only print soccer scores from the local leagues or crib articles from other, more-established publications. The exception to that rule is Miniondas, now in its fourth decade. The broadsheet does what few of its competitors bother to consider: original reporting, coupled with easy-to-read layouts and a minimum of penis-enlargement ads. Its sister paper, Farándula USA, comes with each issue and breathlessly covers the entertainment scene of Latin America to provide answers to the most important questions on the lips of the region—like, say, who will Paulina Rubio sleep with next?