Social Media Content Creator Merges Hispanic Culture and Humor to Bring Laughs Through Impersonation Videos – NBC Los Angeles

Comedian Leo Gonzalez was once an aspiring TV reporter and now has a huge following online for his impersonations of reporters and other characters he’s created. For as long as he can remember, Gonzalez has found humor in almost everything, even TV News. In fact, it was his impersonation of a news reporter that earned … Read more

Highlighted stories celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month

Houston is one of the most diverse places in America and we enjoy celebrating all of the wonderful groups that make up our city! As we proudly observe Hispanic Heritage Month from September 15 – October 15, ABC13 has partnered up with AARP Houston to highlight stories from our community that represent this unique culture. … Read more

San Francisco Celebrates Rise of Lowrider Community With Car Show and Cruise – CBS San Francisco

SAN FRANCISCO (KPIX) — Saturday was officially proclaimed “Lowrider Day” in the city of San Francisco and, on the first day of Hispanic Heritage Month, Latino leaders reflected on lowriders’ influence in the city and beyond. Lowriders crowded onto Mission Street, with a car show along the sides and a slow-motion cruise down the middle. … Read more

Chicagoan Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month – CBS Chicago

CHICAGO (CBS) — Like many Chicagoans, CBS 2 is proud to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month and the history makers in our communities all month long. CBS 2 shine a light on three extraordinary leaders using their gifts and hearts for service, across the culinary arts, business and social impact sectors, to advance culture and change … Read more

SoCal women spotlight Mexican culture with unique picnic venture

SAN DIEGO – Two twenty-something San Diego State University graduates are bringing a whole new venture to Southern California. Cue Las Chicas Picnics, a new picnic business owned by Yesenia Ortega and Andrea Lopez-Villafana. 9 must-try recipes to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month “Any time one of my roommates would have a birthday – on a … Read more

Mariachi Garibaldi Celebrates Culture Through Music – NBC Los Angeles

Since the 18th century, the music known as “mariachi” has told Mexico’s many stories, from love and death, heroes and heroines, to betrayal, machismo and even politics. That music and the stories it contains had a huge impact on young musicians like Jimmy Cuellar. “It’s just a tradition that’s in my blood,” Cuellar said. “And … Read more

New candlemaker lights up business with Latinx-inspired scents

ISLIP, New York — One of the many ways that Melissa Gallardo kept calm during the peak of the pandemic was to light a few of her favorite candles. Soon enough, she was lighting so many that she decided to try and make candles herself. “I think it just created this ambiance of peace,” said … Read more

San Antonio’s Central Market to highlight Latinx-owned products during Hispanic Heritage Month

click to enlarge Instagram / godzilla_banzai San Antonio’s Central Market will highlight Hispanic-owned products during Hispanic Heritage Month. The San Antonio location of gourmet grocer Central Market is celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month, which kicked off this week, by highlighting products from Latinx-owned companies from around the world. Now through October 15, the H-E-B-operated retailer will feature Hispanic-owned … Read more

Hispanic Heritage Month: ABC13’s virtual job fair highlights labor leaders who changed workforce

HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) — In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, ABC13 is hosting a virtual job fair that highlights Hispanic leaders who changed the labor force and offers ways to get a job quickly. Right now, ABC13 is partnering with Workforce Solutions for a virtual job fair. For nearly a year and a half, we’ve … Read more