Highlight of Talent: Shadow Boxes or Nichos Mexicanos
Take me to San Miguel de Allende!
San Miguel de Allende… the magical colonial town that is so reflective of Mexican culture. This piece highlights some ideas to visit the magnificent city of San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato.
Chapurrado: Healthy and Delicious Mexican Chocolate Drink
Día de los Reyes Magos: Celebrations in Mexico
New Year's Eve Traditions in Mexico
The Sweetest Treat: Mexican Wedding Cookie (Besitos de Nuez)
Mexican Identity: La Virgen de Guadalupe, The Patron Saint of Mexico
November 20th, 1910: Day of The Mexican Revolution
Guanajuato City, never ending charm!
The Beauty of Traditional Mexican Folk Dances
Día de Muertos in Pátzcuaro, Michoacán
How it's Made: Papel Picado
If there is something that characterizes Day of the Dead festivities, it definitely would be the presence of papel picado everywhere. Between sugar skulls, candles, Cempasúchil (marigold) flowers, colors, pan de muerto, food, and more, Mexicans celebrate their dead and honor their lives with color all around in Día de los Muertos. This tradition has become a complete sensation, crossing borders across the world where Día de Muertos gains its recognition as one of Mexico’s most important and authentic traditions.