Primavera Picks: Our Favorite Mexican Pastimes For Spring

Primavera Picks: Our Favorite Mexican Pastimes For Spring

This is a sponsored post written on behalf of Cerveza Montejo. All opinions are our own. Primavera. A time for new beginnings, new adventures, and most importantly making new memories. This is the time of year we always look forward to the most. It’s not too cold, not too hot, and […]

Jennifer Lopez on Selena

This interview pretty much sums it up. It’s very hard to believe it’s been two decades since Selena‘s tragic departure in 1995. In fact this March 31st will mark the 20th anniversary of her passing. Latina magazine caught up with Jennifer Lopez and asked her about the upcoming anniversary of […]

Mexico's Miss Universe visits Houston's Wortham Theater

Mexico’s Miss Universe visits Houston’s Wortham Theater

Who else but Miss Universe herself could summon such an elite crowd of Houston’s most prominent Latinos in one single evening all for a great cause? That’s precisely what Mexico’s Ximena Navarrete did this Tuesday when she visited the Wortham Theater in support of the Latino Learning Center‘s Fashion Show […]

Hey Target, how many words #SinTraduccion do you know?

Hey Target, how many words #SinTraduccion do you know?

So chances are you’ve probably heard about Target’s kind of awesome new social media campaign titled #SinTraduccion. If you haven’t, well you’re about to. The premise for this campaign is simple really. Followers and fans of the US retailer have been challenged to share their favorite word or words in […]

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Good friends come to the rescue

Last night we finally went to sleep around 3 in the morning. About 12 hours earlier in the day we had first noticed that our website was acting weird. It was showing up on some browsers and not on others. And after about five minutes, no matter what computer or […]

Relationship advice from a 12 year old

Relationship advice from a 12 year old

We’re driving back from from picking up chicken strips. Edgar gets a phone call and answers the phone. It’s Anjelica and she’s wondering where we are. We were craving buffalo style chicken strips again and Edgar and I left without telling her where we were going. He tells her we’re […]

Tania Mondragon on Women in Norteño Music

Tania Mondragon on Women in Norteño Music

Norteño music is still one of those genres that Mexican men seem to dominate over their female counterparts. Despite the likes of Paquita La Del Barrio and Jenni Rivera having made great inroads in the music industry for all mujeres, it still holds very true that we can probably count […]

Beginning Thrifting with CraftyThrifter

So I’ve pretty much been shopping at thrift stores for as long as I can remember. Ever since I was a young girl, thrifting has been a way of life for me. There are actually segundas around my neighborhood that I’ve grown up with, which got me thinking… why not […]