HubMob Weekly topic: Celebrating the 5 de Mayo and the Mexican culture.
The 1968 Summer Olympic Games were held in Mexico. The first time they had been held in a developing country.African-American athletes Tommie Smith (gold) and John Carlos (bronze) read more
Cesar Millan; Before shows such as "The Dog Whisperer" and its British counterpart "At the End of Your Leash" became popular, we used to think, when we saw a dog behaving badly, "There goes a dog that needs some training." Now, when we see dogs behaving badly now, we are more inclined to think, "The owner of that dog needs some training." read more
Mexico is a beautiful country with a rich heritage. Suggestions of places to visit with pictures. read more
In the 1940’s San Miguel de Allende became a popular expatriate destination renown for its mild sunny climate, colonial architecture and prominent art schools. read more
Here you will learn about one of Mexico's best vacation spots. The author share what a great time she had when she visited Puerto Vallarta and the things you can do there to make your visit more memorable. read more
My first encountered with Mexican foods was tortilla chips, and I loved it, and I never knew that it just a small part from the rich of Mexican foods. Mexican foods are amazing. There are many Mexican Restaurants in Indonesia, some of them are... read more
Homemade tamales are worth every minute you put into the preparation. They are a labor of love, but a steaming plate of homemade Mexican tamales is something you will never forget. This tamale recipe give you step-by-step directions for guaranteed success. Tamales are great for a large gathering, or a simple dinner and they freeze wonderfully. read more
This article is about the wonderful music heard during the Cinco de Mayo festival. Several bands from Mexico are featured with videos and the history of music from Mexico is also discussed. read more
Mexico has a wide range of natural environments that produce a refreshing variety of foods. Mexican cuisine combines Indigenous and Spanish influences for a fusion of many rich flavors and fun meals. read more
In celebration of Cinco de Mayo which is a Mexican holiday and festivity, I will feature the king of Mexicans --- George Lopez. George Lopez is a Mexican-American stand up comedian, actor, plus a talk show host. He is a well known comedian and... read more
In honor of the Cinco de Mayo (May 5) celebration, I will feature in this hub the beautiful, best and famous Mexican actresses and actors. Cinco de Mayo is a celebration in Mexico and in other parts of the world where there Mexicans in honor of the... read more
Mexicans, Mexican-Americans, Hispanics - growing up during the "Golden Age of American Television" as I did, I don't remember these as the usual descriptions given to the characters played by Hispanic actors. The characters they were most often called on to portray tended to be "Old Villager", "First Bandito", "Second Indian", "Fourth Train Robber", "Cantina Dancer", and the like read more
In honor of the holiday Cinco De Mayo, I am featuring in this hub two of the greatest Mexican artists of the 20th century, Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera, whom came to my attention in 2002, when I was a student and watched a movie about them with the... read more
The Virgin Mary, in her various autonyms: Our Lady of Mercy, Our Lady of the Rosary, Our Lady of the Remedies, Our Lady of the Purification, the crowned Madonna, Our Lady of the Sorrows, Our Lady of the Annunciation, Our Lady of the Assumption and... read more
This hub explores the different Mexican food that uses the cornmeal tortilla. Included is a video on how to make homemade corn tortilla. read more
What's in a Mexican Names and Surnames and Some Facts About Mexico. In view of the celebration about "Cinco De Mayo" which is a known holiday celebration in Mexico honoring the day that the Mexican forces battled the French forces and won an... read more
Cajeta is not your ordinary carmel. Whether it's made with cow's milk or goat's milk, the complex flavors add a distinctive touch to any dessert. read more
Cafe con Leche. Similar to the French café au lait and the Italian caffè e latte, café con leche is a coffee beverage consisting of strong or bold coffee (sometimes espresso) mixed with scalded milk in approximately a 1:1 ratio. Sugar or a pinch of salt are added according to taste. read more
by Wendy Iturrizaga 10 years ago
Hello, happy Monday! And let's make it a happy week writing about more celebrations and discovering new cultures from around the world. Last week we finished our British HubMobs with the Scottish HubMob which gathered a total of 54 Hubs. This week we are crossing the ocean and...
by Wendy Iturrizaga 10 years ago
HubMob Weekly topic: St David and everything Welsh
by Ryan Hupfer 12 years ago
Hey there HubMobsters! Before I even get started on this post, I feel like I should let everyone who is reading this know exactly how awesome it was to see all of us Hubbers come together for last week's HubMob, which was the first one that we have ever had here on HubPages. We had 30+ Hubbers...
by Ryan Hupfer 11 years ago
As the hectic holiday season officially starts this week, the next few weeks are going to be filled with stress, traveling, not-so-great eating habits and time away from your normal, everyday routine. After the dust settles from the holidays and you finally have a little time for yourself, it might...
by Wendy Iturrizaga 9 years ago
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