Today is May 5th, Cinco de Mayo, which will be celebrated throughout the country as some sort of universal Latino holiday. The revelry started last Friday in many cities, with the mistaken thought that they are celebrating Mexican Independence Day. There are parties and festivals and awards and happy hours and special dishes and discounts […]
What’s going on in Houston for Cinco de Mayo? There are many many events, including family fun, concerts, pub crawls, festivals and much more! Here are just a few for your entertainment. Cinco de Mayo Parade on Saturday, May 5, 2018, from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm in downtown Houston. Cinco De Mayo at Traders […]
The iconic Dolores Huerta and the talented Benjamin Bratt are in today’s Video Pick, brought to you from the we are mitú YouTube Channel. Don’t know who Dolores Huerta is? We’re going to send you to Wikipedia and pretend the question never came up. Check out the video … did we mention that she’s awesome?
There are many Latino Music and Dance events held in Houston, with different types of musical genres and entertainers. Here are a few for you to add to your list. Please check with the venue for information on tickets. Gloria Trevi & Alejandra Guzman in concert on Friday, March 9, 2018 at Smart Financial Centre […]
There are days when nothing will do but the comfort food my abuelita used to make, or that my mother used to make. Among those treats is good old-fashioned oatmeal. I came across this video, from Muy Bueno Cookbook, that walks you through the process of making oatmeal from scratch, step by step. If you try […]
I’m always happy to tell people that the popular fajita-style tacos served at most Mexican or Tex-Mex restaurants in the U.S. are thanks to the local Ninfa’s restaurant chain. Specifically, Ninfa’s original proprietor Ninfa Laurenzo is commonly-credited with creating the style of food that’s so popular nationwide. While the Laurenzo family lost the Ninfa’s chain […]