Since they began in 2005, the Stylos Awards have recognized community members who reflect the accomplishments of the Latino community in Arizona.
Awards presented by Isac Amaya Foundation were given to individuals and groups in the categories of: best local club, DJ, publication, local band, restaurant, radio personality, activista, organization, entrepreneur, personality, new media project, new idea, artist of the year, athlete of the year, and the Orgullo award.
Stylos' best club was downtown, DJ Musa won Best DJ, and Ritmo Latino, New Times, and Gallo Blanco took home awards in the band, publication, and restaurant categories.
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