A typical holiday custom in Latin American countries has made its way to the United States. Día de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, is a two-day celebration, November 1-2, when families unite to celebrate the lives of the deceased. The festivities begin at their homes with homemade altars, food, drinks and family activities. It’s a celebration for all who believe death shouldn’t be mourned but honored. Learn all about the holiday and its traditions below.
By Sara Samora – Reporter, Houston Business Journal Lopez Negrete, president and CEO at Lopez Negrete Communications, has seen some progress in his company’s 35 years but felt more could be done. Now, between the Covid-19 pandemic and George Floyd, a Houstonian who died May 25 after a Minneapolis police officer held his knee to […]
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Texas loses more than $2,300 per year for every person who doesn’t get counted in the U.S. Census, according to a recent study by George Washington University. With stakes in the billions for the once-in-a-decade event, Houston and Harris County officials Monday announced a vigorous joint effort to get an accurate headcount of every person […]