Highlights of Talent: Hidalgo
Día de Reyes and its Delicious Rosca de Reyes: The End of December Holidays in Mexico
Reflections From Lolo Before Entering the New Year
Highlighting the Beautiful Poinsettia, or Nochebuena, Flower
Navidad in your Kitchen: Ponche, Bacalao, and Buñuelos
Telar de Cintura: A Weaving Community With a Special Message
Mexico and Its Many December Celebrations (and January, and February, too!)
Christmas in Mexico today is celebrated with the many known customs and traditions that are undeniably present in the US, such as Santa Claus, Christmas trees, and festive lights all around. However, there is also an abundance of typical traditions that are unique to Mexico and its history of interaction between different cultures. While most are a reflection of Mexican culture where there is traditional food at the table, parties, and laughter, we wanted to break these festivities down to reflect how a religious holiday has become a cultural staple for people in Mexico, who celebrate many of these events despite their religion.
Ways to Celebrate Thanksgiving During the Pandemic
Flavors for (F)all: 2 Delicious Pumpkin Recipes to Try
A Plan for “Life After COVID-19”: Pack My Bag and Take Me to Oaxaca!
Day of the Dead V.S. Halloween
On The Menu: Pan De Muerto & Tamales!
La Ofrenda - Day of The Dead (Día de Muertos)
COVID-19: Opportunity for Community Work
Lucha libre: WWE’s (better) Cousin
Lucha libre is one of Mexico’s many long-standing gems! The colorful masks and outfits that accompany the roaring crowd is simply incomparable to other wrestling sports and events. While it’s entertaining to watch, it’s also worthwhile to learn a little more about, too.