ah you all should really check that place out!
It was my first time today and I loved it! It is a really cute, small, and intimate setting. The play was great and it ended up being a full house! If any of you ever get the chance you all should really check it out (:
Added by Jackie Gallinar on February 28, 2010 at 9:52pm — No Comments
Only a few months after leaving home for Arizona State University, I went back to Nogales for my mom's birthday. During a conversation with my dad -- which tend to be intellectual -- I caught myself scrambling
for the correct way to say 'bachelor's degree' in Spanish. My dad leaned
back in his chair, let out a sarcastic laugh and said, "Nooo, ya se te
está olvidando el español a ti," which meant, "Oh boy, you're…
Added by Lizette Espinosa on February 27, 2010 at 4:00pm — No Comments
Added by Lizette Espinosa on February 27, 2010 at 3:00pm — No Comments
Today in the morning a radio station in El Paso, brought up the discussion that many people are still talking to their ex, even though they are in a new relationship. Many callers called in and gave their opinion.…Continue
Everyone knows I am not a regular blogger. Yes I enjoy reading everyone else’s blogs and posting comments but I don’t really see my self as a “blogger”. I quote Rihanna’s
Hard “Where them bloggers girls at Where them bloggers girls at Where they
at, where they at, where they at” certainly not here, well so I thought somehow I got
Well ladies as the week is coming to an end, there are some of you who are probably wondering how to spend your weekend. There are so many things that you can do with your girlfriends. Plan a girls night out!!! It is so easy to do and you won't regret it at all. If you are parent, leave the kids with your mom, dad, or even babysitter. You too deserve a night of fun with your girlfiriends. Now if you don't know what to do on your Girls Night Out, don't worry I have a couple of ideas for you…Continue
For the past week, I have been in contact with so many teachers all over the El Paso area and have been speaking to them about test testing skills. So today my blog will be involved with prepping yourself for test that are coming up.
For my young girls that will be taking TAKS next week:…Continue
Added by Claudia on February 24, 2010 at 2:06pm — No Comments
Added by Latinitas on February 24, 2010 at 12:30pm — No Comments
Mexicans don’t cook with measuring cups or spoons, organic herbs and spices, or extra-virgin olive oil.
Nah, we Mexicans follow some simpler guidelines: add a lot of consomé de pollo to everything, stock your pantry and fridge with at least nine types of hot sauces and chiles, and keep a ton of lard around —
preferably the one in the blue box — for holiday cooking.
Culinary traditions are one of the most important elements of culture. It…Continue
When I started with Latinitas I was assigned to both an Elementary and Middle school club. Elementary was fairly like I expected it to be, chaotic but controlled with the help of the other club leader. The girls are all so different but little by little their unique enthusiasm has shown through and it's great to see them have a voice.The older girls in the middle school definitely have some stronger opinions about their extracurricular activities but I was glad to see that they're focusing…Continue
The Guardian Life Insurance Company's annual initiative is designed to reward the enterprising spirit of girls aged 12 to 18 who are demonstrating budding entrepreneurship, taking the first steps toward financial independence, and making a difference in their schools and communities. Every year prizes totaling $30,000 are granted to three…Continue
Added by Alicia on February 22, 2010 at 7:30pm — No Comments
If you have not submitted or signed up for your SAT or ACTs, here's a chance to do so. The following dates should be taken into consideration.
MARCH 5th is the deadline to submit your application for ACT. The test will be on Saturday, April 10
MARCH 25th is the deadline to submit your application for SAT tests and SAT Subject Test. The test will be on Saturday May 1st.…Continue
Added by Claudia on February 22, 2010 at 1:30pm — No Comments
I had the fortunate experience of attending the Monologos de Vagina, the Spanish-language version of the Vagina Monologues in Austin, TX this past weekend. What a refreshing twist on the original I saw in NY City, read by its author Eve Ensler, when it opened in 1998. Some of the monologues particulary the one about women and war was especially poignant because of its reference to the disappearing women in Ciudad Juarez. The monologue put a spotlight on a large group of women silently…Continue