Archive | October, 2013
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Hipatia Lopez’s Family Gatherings Led to Inventing The Empanada Fork

By Victoria Cepeda The origin of the Empanada varies depending on who you ask. Gallegos may have introduced it to Latin America while others take it even farther to Turkey & Greece in what it’s called a Giro. However, the distinctive way that Latinos make crispy empanadas, be it filled with ground pork, beef, chicken […]

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CT Governor To Honor The 65th Infantry Regiment The Borinqueneers

Source:┬áLatino and Puerto Rican Affairs Commission Please join Governor Malloy and Lieutenant Governor Wyman on Tuesday 10/15 as they present the Borinqueneers, the 65th Puerto Rican Infantry, with a proclamation of honor at 2:00 pm in the Hall of Flags at the State Capitol in Hartford, CT. The 65th Infantry Regiment was completely based, and […]

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How The Case Of Aaron Hernandez Hits Home

By Efrain Nieves Aaron Hernandez’s life and upbringing, in many aspects, is similar to ours with his stellar athleticism being the one variant setting him apart. From early on, he had all the numbers to beat the odds: he was ahead of the pack. For those reading this blog, that like me grew up poor, […]

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