Archive for December, 2011
Nominated for a two Latin Grammy awards and now for a Grammy for their album “Nuestra” in the category of Best Latin Pop, Rock or Urban Album, the members of La Vida Bohème from Caracas, Venezuela showed up for our LAMC ’11 interview in their iconic paint-dribbled clothes and bodies.
Cesáreo Moreno, Chief Curator at the National Museum of Mexican Art, sat down with Gozamos to reflect on the 25 years that the Day of the Dead exhibit has been part of the Chicago cultural calendar, and what he looks forward to the most in the years to come.
On October 17, 2011, Piri Thomas, a pioneering cultural champion of the Puerto Rican Diaspora, died at the age of 83. He constructed an incredible legacy on which a modern Latina/o literature was built upon.
The edges of this cake become slightly crunchy while the inside stays moist from the cherry filling. The frosting becomes a filling to emulate the gooey insides of a chocolate covered cherry. And just a little layer of chocolate on top rounds out the mouthfeel. How can you resist trying to make this?