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Natalie Lux: Oh, my... Empanadas!

As a person with Colombian roots, I consider food very important. There are a variety of delicious foods in this Hispanic culture— ranging from arepas to bandeja paisa. 601 more words


Hay Te Watcho Vato, So Long Mr. Rentería, El Paso Times Columnist Retires after 43 Years

By Lisa Amaya

Mr. Ramón Rentería was and is one of my favorite Chicano/Hispanic columnists and writers. I made it a point to read his column every Sunday. 347 more words

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Latino Voices in Duke and Durham explores facets of the formation of Latino identity in the U.S. through representations in Arts.

Clina Polloni conversed to students… 335 more words


Iggy and I

Iggy and I have some things in common: we are fancy, we have big booties, and we rap at the same level: which by the way, is horrible. 457 more words

Book review: Green Is a Chile Pepper, by Roseanne Greenfield Thong, illustrated by John Parra

Thong, Roseanne Greenfield. Illustrated by John Parra. Green Is a Chile Pepper. Includes glossary. Chronicle Books, 2014. 978-1-4521-0203-0. 3-5 yrs. 40 pgs. P.8, Q. 9. 101 more words

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I had lunch with a friend yesterday to pitch an article. I had no idea that the conversation would shift in a different direction. 443 more words


McFarland, USA, a movie review

by A.E. Malmer © 2015

Kevin Costner plays a coach in “McFarland, USA”. He’s perfect for it because he seems to be, naturally, a wooden, non-communicative sort. 302 more words