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Thousands gathered Sunday to honor Antonio Aguilar during celebrations of Mexican Independence Day, when a statue of him was unveiled in a plaza close to little Olvera St. The 10-foot bronze statue, which shows Aguilar in his charro riding a horse, was designed and built by Dan Medina, a Los Angeles artist whose grandparents emigrated from Guadalajara, Mexico. It was inspired by one of Silvestre's (Aguilar's wife) favorite photographs and sits on an 8-foot pedestal
Chris Brown showed up recently with a new tattoo on his neck which resembles a battered woman, more accurately a busted up Rihanna face! Chris Brown's rep has insisted that it's actually a Mexican themed skull celebrating Dia de Los Muertos. "His tattoo is a sugar skull (associated with the Mexican celebration of the Day of the Dead) and a MAC cosmetics design he saw. It is not Rihanna or an abused woman as erroneously
Four years after electing its first black president, the U.S. could soon have its first presidential nominee whose father was born in Mexico. It's already been published: Mitt Romney's father is Mexican. George Romney was born in 1907 in an American colony in the Mexican state of Chihuahua. This could could make his son, Mitt, today's favorite to be the GOP presidential candidate, a potential Mexican citizen, with full rights. Check out any official Mexican
“Dia De Los Muertos” is a Mexican holiday celebrated throughout the world. The holiday focuses on gatherings of family and friends to pray for and remember friends and family members who have died. It is particularly celebrated in Mexico, where it is a national holiday. The celebration takes place at the end of October and early Novemember, in connection with the Catholic holidays of All Saints' Day and All Souls' Day. Traditions connected with the
Calaca Records
Calaca Records is proud to announce the signing of “Mariachi Los Muertos”. Based out of the underworlds of Mexico, this “Day of the Dead” or “Dia De Los Muertos” themed Mariachi band is best known for their fiery compilations of traditional Mexican Music. “There is more to us than just one holiday…” says founding member “La Llorona”. “We can be spooky and creepy all year long…You listen to our music everyday, but we get packed
Founding members “El Rey”, “La Negra”, “El Mariachi Loco”, “La Llorona”, and ”La Bamba” anounced today, the reunion tour of their world famous “Mariachi Los Muertos™” . Sr. Jaime Cohen president of Calaca Records confirmed the ground shaking news. “Es verdad - It’s true - ‘Mariachi Los Muertos™’ are back! Actually, MLM had a Lifetime/360 deal with Calaca Records, so they had to come back. We are bringing back all their featured artists as well, plus
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