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10 Latin-Inspired Homemade Bread Recipes You Knead in Your Life

Bread is the first thing to get tossed out of contemporary weight-reduction diet trends. The equation between gluten (the collection of proteins that develops...

Your Official Guide to an Authentically Celebrated Día de los Muertos

Once Halloween’s trick-or-treaters are tucked safely into bed in the U.S., Mexico’s dead prepare to walk the earth again. On El Día de Los...

The ‘Coco’ Effect: Raising Awareness Around Cultural Representation

When cultural theorist Stuart Hall cultivated the concept of cultural representation, he probably knew that advocating for the depiction of gender, race, and ethnicity...

Unpacking the Past, Present and Future of the Quinceañera

Coming of age parties are all the rave in some parts of the country. Television shows like MTV’s My Super Sweet 16 have supersized...

Tacos vs. Pupusas – A Case for Both

Most of us have a favorite food we enjoy or simply offers a pleasant feeling during any given time. My daughter and I have...

Nuanced Knowledge: Understanding the Fine Line Between Heritage and Culture

I’m sure you’ve gotten questions about your culture before. How about questions about your heritage? Did you ever feel like they were the same,...

D.C.’s La Cosecha is a Game-Changing Hub for Modern Latinx Cuisine...

La Cosecha, an expansive new food and retail center around the block from Washington D.C.’s Union Market is soon to open for business, and...

John Leguizamo Kicks Off National Tour of ‘Latin History for Morons’

Actor, playwright, and stand-up comic John Leguizamo kicked off his nationwide tour of his award-winning one-man show Latin History for Morons just last week...
Stefan Ruiz Cholombianos

Cholombianos — a New Art Exhibit Unpacks a Mexican Subculture That...

Don’t be fooled by the intense hairstyles and intimidating fashion of this unique, somewhat misunderstood Latin subculture — Cholombianos are not dangerous or aggressive...

Fiebre de Fútbol: What Soccer Means to Latin Americans

Last Friday was my son’s tenth birthday. A summer baby, he annually confronts the absence of routine, structure, and often friends in town during...

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