Anamaris Cousins PriceMexican breakfast at Hacienda GuanajuatoThere are events that mark every generation. "What were you doing when the towers came down?" is a question that will always linger for those of us who witnesed it. On that day, I remember just wanting to be on familiar ground with ... More >>
No, not champagne flutes, tequila tasting glasses at TQLA. As the name would suggest, TQLA is serious about, well, tequila. Bottles of every shape and size glow seductively along red backlit shelving covering much of the rear wall. One-hundred-and-sixty-seven varieties, to be exact, with eigh ... More >>
A statue of Father Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla in Guanajuato.Diez y Seis de Septiembre -- today, September 16 -- is one of Mexico's most important national holidays, or fiesta patrias. The grito de Dolores was issued this day in 1810 near Guanajuato by Father Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla. The grit ... More >>
The video that usually crowns our Latino hip-hop blog is going to come at the end of our story today, because without explaining how the American Dream has evolved, the music video won't be given the meaning it deserves. First, you need to know that the American Dream takes on many forms. The Am ... More >>
SPECIAL LONG-QUESTIONS EDITION
Houston carniceria paintings are an emerging folk art form. Here are a few of my favorites: Meanwhile, back in Guanajuato...
Photos by Robb Walsh Maria hands over a taco al pastor and a taco asado, $2 each. I pulled into the parking lot of Mi Ranchito, a night club at 13502 Almeda, at around 8 pm on a Saturday night to sample the tacos at a brightly lit truck in the parking lot called Tacos Guanajuatenses (tacos by peo ... More >>
The Mex-Mex issue
John Bockris was known around Texas A&M as a chemist interested in "weird science." Joe Champion gave him all he could handle.