Getting more Latinos in the Outdoors

Getting more Latinos in the Outdoors

December 18, 2012

By Jose Gonzalez, NewsTaco This past week, a story via NPR highlighted another benefit of taking to the outdoors. The story referenced a study indicating how participation in nature activities […]

Dispatches From China: Golden Week. 1.3 billion Itineraries

October 18, 2012

By Hector [email protected], NewsTaco Golden week has come and gone and with every incarnation, the entire country is left a gasp. This time around was no different as tourist sites, […]

Will Cuba’s Absurd Travel and Immigration Restrictions End?

NewsTaco October 17, 2012

By Yoani Sanchez, Huffington Post Latino Voices I have accumulated 20 negatives in just five years to my requests to travel. Twenty times I have tried to leave my country […]

Dispatches From China: Casa Sweet Casa y Fideo Chino

September 26, 2012

By Hector Flores @chicanochino, NewsTaco It has been nearly 3 full weeks since my arrival to the Middle Kingdom (as the Chinese refer to their country) and I feel completely […]

Guapura 101: How To Pack For A Long Trip

December 26, 2011

Many of us are either currently on a vacation, or will be taking one soon, and so I thought it would be a good opportunity to share a tip that […]

How To Enjoy A Night Out In Reykjavik, Iceland

August 24, 2011

By Meena Thiruvengadam Reykjavik, Iceland — In most cities, the party is about over by 2 a.m. But for many in this near-Arctic European capital, it’s just getting started. Welcome to […]

High Speed Rail Can Help Push Economic Development In Texas

August 10, 2011

High speed rail can change how we experience our local communities, state and the rest of our nation. I grew up in El Paso, a city that relies on cars […]