Concepcion M., a Texas entrepreneur, became an American citizen Wednesday at a Houston naturalization ceremony, when Federal District Judge Lynn Hughes led 2500 immigrants from around the world in the Naturalization Oath of Allegiance to the United States of America.
The mother of 9-year-old citizen Carlos Arturo M., Concepcion M. has already made up her mind about the upcoming Presidential election. [Mas…]
The Corn Man has been vending elotes in the Los Angeles neighborhood of Lincoln Heights for 27 years, according to L.A. Eater: [Mas…]
Stuck in England on Halloween without your trusty taco costume? No worries, governor!
SpotSound.co.uk has you covered, as long as you have £300 ($465). For some reason we don’t think the Queen’s English is their first language. Check it out: [Mas…]
Chris Labrooy utilizes CGI to twist everyday things into new forms. We like his cars. [Mas…]
I spent several days in Detroit this weekend with the UNITY Diversity in Journalism group, bringing our perspective as journalists of color to two vibrant local communities.
We had a panel at the gorgeous Arab American National Museum in Dearborn, and discussed the situation of Arab American media portrayals from our varied panelists.
At the end of this fruitful panel, I brought up how my last name Alcaraz, has Arabic language roots, and how I looked it up online to translate it. I was hopping it meant, Great Warrior, or Smart Guy, but instead it came up as “The Cherry.” [Mas…]