Central & South American Holidays
Traditional Foods of Cinco de Mayo (with Recipes!)
Looking for ideas to make your next Cinco de Mayo party a hit? Learn more about authentic foods of Cinco de Mayo, and score some easy, but delicious recipes that your guests will never forget!
Carnival Makeup Designs and Ideas
Carnival is an odd but interesting phenomenon connected to societies with a heavy Catholic influence. The origins of the "festive" season are from the Catholic Lenten season, where adherents didn't eat specific foods like meat, sugar or dairy...
Make a Day of the Dead Mask for Dia de los Muertos
Face masks are a large part of the holiday celebrations for Dia de los Muertos or Day of the Dead celebrated in late October. See how to modify or make your own skull mask to wear for this holiday.
Dia de los Muertos Skulls: history, meaning, craft ideas ...
All you need to know about day of the dead skulls - history and meaning, and how to create did de los muertos skull crafts. Alos, get a recipe for mexican sugar skulls.
Famous and Best Mexican Actors and Actresses
In honor of the Cinco de Mayo (May 5) celebration, I will feature in this hub the beautiful, best and famous Mexican actresses and actors. Cinco de Mayo is a celebration in Mexico and in other parts of the world where there Mexicans in honor of the...
Summer Olympics Games. Mexico City, 1968 and the Black Power Movement
The 1968 Summer Olympic Games were held in Mexico. The first time they had been held in a developing country.African-American athletes Tommie Smith (gold) and John Carlos (bronze)
Fabia Borges Carnival Queen Exclusive Brazil
Fabia Borges in her 2010 Parade with Rocinha Samba-School. foto by Alexandre Vidal - Foto BR Fabia Borges in a 2009 samba event Rocinha Samba-School; foto by Alexandre Vidal - Foto BR Fabia Borges with the with Rocinha Samba-School President at...
Cinco de Mayo And International Pinatas
Pinatas are very popular in Mexico and other Hispanic countries, but they have likely been used in many countries globally. This includes Asia, Europe, and other regions. Here's a different kind of pinata - The Korean version, with videos, instructions, and some neat photos and links.