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While National Hispanic Heritage Month may be coming to an end, one local organization in Springfield will bring a little taste of Mexico to the Ozarks.
Don’t call Chef Juan Gutierrez an influencer. He would rather be called an educator.
The collection contains more than 500 paintings, drawings, and sculptures making it the largest collection of its kind in the United States.
Alebrijes are a unique Mexican form of art that have made their way into the U.S., paying homage to dreams and a world of imagination that combines various mystical creatures.
Mauricio Ramirez designs work on a scale few artists are capable of.
Lucha libre, the wrestling tradition from Mexico, is adored by fans around the world.
Ballet Hispanico, which bills itself as thee largest Latinx cultural organization in the country, kicked off Hispanic Heritage Month with celebrations.
Upcoming musical “Harlem Hellfighters on a Latin Beat” tells the true but little known story of the 17 Puerto Rican musician soldiers who joined one of the most celebrated regiments of the World War I.
In South Texas, having cafecito and pan (coffee and sweet bread) every morning is a staple in Hispanic culture.
Scroll Origin Mexico’s Instagram, and you will see vibrant hand-painted hats, handwoven shoes and embroidered dresses. You will also see the hope in the eyes of the women making them.