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Latinx Traditions: A Look Inside a Puerto Rican Holiday Season

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The Philippines may take the prize when it comes to the longest holiday season, but Puerto Rico is, without a doubt, the runner-up. From...

A Look Inside a Mexican Household Holiday Season

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The Christmas holidays are finally here! It's the time of year when we give ourselves that well-deserved treat and celebrate with our loved ones. The...

How to be the Prima Fabulosa At This Year’s Holiday Sala...

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Sala glam is a thing, haven’t you heard? Well, at least it is for the Latinx community. And the time to walk down your...

How To Get the Most Out of Living in a Multigenerational...

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Living in a multigenerational home is a privilege and, at the same time, a communication challenge. Often, the elders tend to be anchored in...

Familia Kitchen, a Space Determined To Preserve and Honor Tradition and...

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Although we have always insisted that the Latin community is not a monolith — and we continue to do so — there are cultural...

How the Latinx Community Has Made ‘El Día del Pavo’ Their...

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The American version of Thanksgiving has been celebrated since 1621 when colonists held a feast with local natives to give thanks and sacrifice for...

Día de los Tres Reyes Magos: How the Latinx Community in...

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In Latin America and Spain, the Three Kings Day or Día de los Reyes Magos is one of the most important holidays of the...

December Latin Traditions: Choosing the Right Panties for NYE and More

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Does anyone else feel like December is the best month of the year? Many things about December make it feel superior to the rest...

Here’s Why We Should Cling to Tradition as We Move Further...

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With a batch of spring holidays approaching, the stage is set for the biannual deep clean of closets, pantries, and perhaps even habits. There...