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The House of Broken Angels by Luis Alberto Urrea

The House of Broken Angels by Luis Alberto Urrea is a glimpse of hispanic life in the United States that will seem foreign and strange to many but endearing and reminiscent to so many others who grew up in a family so much like the one under the care of Big Angel. 730 more words

Book Reviews

The Market Girl, Oil painting of Hispanic Culture.

18”x24” by Clina Polloni.

The Market Girl. In the Hispanic culture it is a tradition to go to the market, where the local people brings their fresh fruits, vegetables and craft. 253 more words


Are You A True Hispanic?

By Rikki Yanez
Blog Content Contributor

Being Hispanic it’s automatically assumed we are fluent in Spanish, lazy, like to party often and aren’t very educated. However, that’s not the case when it comes to most Hispanic people, especially the young adults. 564 more words

Web Content

Famous Phrases by Latin American Authors and Their Best Books to Fall in Love with Spanish Literature

Spanish literature is very rich in language. The descriptions, rhyme, and key phrases are gripping to anyone who sits down to read a novel in Spanish.  629 more words

A Mini Day Trip to the Mercado, etc.

Hi everyone! I hope you’re doing well! I also hope your Thanksgiving was great! I spent the day with my grandparents and my boyfriend’s family. It was a really nice and warm day! 316 more words


08: Día de los Muertos

My only eventful days are Saturdays.

This year Día de los Muetros took place between Oct. 31 and Nov. 2. Día de los Muertos is an annual Hispanic tradition meant to honor the dead and those who passed first. 266 more words