Para un mexicano es difícil explicar su sentir al escuchar la palabra “¡Viva!” o las campanadas la noche del 15 de Septiembre. Simplemente se siente feliz porque sabe que desde 1810, su país se declaró libre. Fue el día en que los héroes de independencia decidieron reclamar sus derechos y pelear por su nación. Continue reading
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The traditional Mexican Day Parade started two decades ago and it has become one of the most popular parades in the big apple. Thousands of attendees reunite to remember and honor their culture while admiring decorated floats, listen traditional music, and watch the more than hundreds dancers in traditional suits.
The parade takes place on the third Sunday of September on Madison Avenue in New York City .
This 2012 Princess Grace Fellow Award-winning play by Matthew Paul Olmos is the first of the three-play cycle exploring drug cartels between Mexico and United States. así van los fantasmas de méxico, primera parte (so go the ghosts of mexico, part one) was originally written in English. Now it has been translated into Spanish and directed by Estefania Fadul as part of the Van Lier Young Directors Fellowship at Repertorio Español. Continue reading