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.
Around the town
Welcome to the HispanicHouston.com 2016 listing of events for Dia de los Muertos events and activities in Houston. In the last few years, Dia de los Muertos has become mainstream. You can see evidence of that in stores, on TV and in social media. And, of course, that means that there are more events every […]
I eat out a lot. And I do mean a lot. I’ve estimated that at least 30%-50% of my meals are eaten out of the house on an average week. Some weeks it’s more than that. As a result, I get to know a lot of the restaurants in Houston and the surrounding areas and […]
In the “better late than never” category (of which you’re going to be seeing a lot this week) I was invited to a really great event by the nice people at Don Julio. As you may know, I’ve previously posted about this tequila; I’m already a fan. The Farm to Shaker event featured several courses […]
This blog post is part of a sponsored campaign in collaboration with ValoraLife. All opinions are my own. Why #FamilyMoments are so important Studies show that providing positive experiences for your children is one of the ways to ensure that they start on the path to success. I don’t know anything about the academics (and […]
UnitedHealthcare recently invited the Hispanic community to the Hay Más Adelante health and wellness at Talento Bilingue de Houston. While I didn’t attend, they shared with me information, photos and recipes from the event which I’m sharing with you. The goal of the UnitedHealthcare Hay Más Adelante initiative is to encourage Hispanic adults to live healthier, […]