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 […]
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 […]
Arroz con Leche is one of those recipes that I’ve never learned to make, but remains one of my favorite homemade treats. My Mom made this for us growing up. She makes if for the nietos, and they love it too. At some point, I’m going to learn how to make it the way she […]
Good news for influencers, entrepreneurs, marketers and communicators in Texas: Hispanicize Media has announced the launch of Hispanicize Texas. The one-day event is expected to be held in Houston in July 2017, with more info to follow. “Hispanicize Texas is being created to empower and engage digital creators in the Lone Star State, one of […]
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.
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.