Latino Heritage

Latino Heritage

Champurrado and carnitas plate at La Luz del Dia on Olvera Street
Yes, it really does get cold in LA. Take the chill off with a warm and comforting cup of the traditional Mexican favorite, champurrado.
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Festival de Moles at Guelaguetza | Photo: Guelaguetza
"La Próxima Generación" shines the spotlight on the next generation of LA's Latino chefs and restaurateurs. The series is hosted by Bricia Lopez, co-owner of Guelaguetza, the acclaimed Oaxacan restaurant in Koreatown.
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Tolucan green tacos
Connoisseurs tout The Chori-Man as the finest handmade Mexican chorizo in Los Angeles, making it a must stop on the dineL.A. Taco Trek.
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Ozuna Conga Room
The catch-all term “Latin music” can encompass an amorphous array of regional styles (going geographically from Aztlan to Tierra del Fuego) and genres (e.g., Latin reggae, Latin metal, Latin Morrissey, etc.), and they all find their home somewhere in the city.
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On any given night, the best live orchestras, small combos, and Latin music DJs are guaranteed to be playing one of L.A.'s world-class venues.
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Pastelaso El Guero at Mariscos El Bigotón
Discover five of the best dishes in the vibrant community located between Boyle Heights and Montebello/Monterey Park.
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enchiladas verde
From Mariscos Jalisco to MorrisseyOKE, discover Boyle Heights, one of L.A.'s most historic and vibrant neighborhoods.
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As part of "Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA," a global roster of acclaimed artists will be performing at some of L.A.'s top cultural attractions, including Walt Disney Concert Hall, the Getty Center and the Hammer Museum.
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Torta Oaxaquena at Tlayuda L.A. | Photo:  Joshua Lurie
From Jalisco and Oaxaca to Puebla and Mexico City, tortas are inspired by regional cuisines across Mexico. Read on for ten of the best tortas in L.A.
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Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA is a great opportunity to discover hidden gem museums and galleries across L.A.
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