This Short Film Explains the Essence of Dia de Muertos In Three Minutes

This Short Film Explains the Essence of Dia de Muertos In Three Minutes

NewsTaco October 31, 2016

By Victor Landa, NewsTaco It’s a simple premise: the dead are not dead as long as we remember them. In Dia de los Muertos, an award-winning student animated film, a […]

Our Holiday Tradiciones

Mary Mata December 26, 2012

By Joe Ray, Latinovations Growing up near the Mexican border and having spent a few of my first few Holiday seasons in Sonora as well as Arizona, provided me the […]

Latino Cupid Valentine’s Day Cards For Tough Times

Mary Mata February 14, 2012

That little love scamp Latino Cupid presents his special Valentine’s Day cards for tough times. As they say around here, Happy Valentimes Day! Catch more of Latino Cupid’s escapades around this time every year […]

An Awkward Romantic’s Valentine’s Day Dilemma

Mary Mata

Everyone’s favorite holiday is approaching, that’s the “Show me you still care with a public display of I still matter to you” Day. Some people still refer to it as […]

The Case For Arizona’s White Appreciation Day

Mary Mata February 7, 2012

Arizona State Representative Cecil Ash proposed that Arizona create a White Appreciation Day when whites are no longer the majority in the state. Many are in awe that Ash only […]

Pablo Neruda Is The Food Of Nerdy Latino Love

Mary Mata February 1, 2012

By Eres Nerd The approach of St. Valentine’s signifies the annual season where Latino nerds across los Estados Unidos discover Pablo Neruda. Like Christian using Cyrano De Bergerac, Neruda becomes a […]

Celebrating Black History Month By The Numbers

Mary Mata

By The U.S. Census Bureau To commemorate and celebrate the contributions to our nation made by people of African descent, American historian Carter G. Woodson established Black History Week. The first celebration occurred […]