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 […]
Last week approximately 500 Hispanic marketers, communicators, brands, influencers and social media stars gathered in Houston for the inaugural Hispanicize Texas event. The event gathered many of my favorite bloggers, vloggers, and friends (see me with Kathy Cano Murillo, a.k.a. Crafty Chica, above). Did you miss it? You may want to check out this recap […]
The Houston Public Library recently received a large donation of books in Spanish from the Consulate General of Mexico. The donation is more than a thousand books, and it includes 28 collections and each collection includes 45 Textbooks (from 1st to 6th grades: Math, Spanish, Sciences, Civics, etc.) and Literature Books. The donation was made […]
Houston Association of Hispanic Media Professionals is now taking applications for the 2017 Scholarship. Ten scholarships of $3,000. Applications must be postmarked by April 20, 2017.
WHAT: 31st Annual Career & Education Day WHEN: Saturday, February 18, 2017 at 9 am to 3 pm WHERE: George R. Brown Convention Center 1001 Avenida De Las Americas Houston, TX 77010 MORE INFO & Tickets: http://hispanic-forum.org/events/ced2017/ Career and Education Day is FREE and gives students from grades 6th through 12th, their parents, guardians, teachers, and counselors an opportunity to learn about rewarding […]
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 […]