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Girls' 15th birthday parties are often a huge affair in Latin America, when families pull out all the stops to welcome them to womanhood. But Rubi's "quinceanera" party - held in a large field in Villa de Guadalupe in San Luis Potosi state - took the phenomenon to a whole new level after the invitation became an Internet sensation. We would like to invite you this December 26 to our daughter Rubi Ibarra Garcia's 15th birthday party in La Joya," Rubi's father, Crescencio, said in the video invite.
I found a website where you can watch all kinds of telenovelas from Mexico, Spain and other Spanish-speaking countries as well as other countries for free, with English subtitles. It is: wlext. I've been watching an entertaining novela called Antes Muerta Que Lichita, a romantic comedy about a young woman who works in a Mexican advertising agency.
Published: December 21, Lagunas grew up never knowing his father. His mother left him with his grandmother as a child.
I am a Mexican-American and I am not fluent in Spanish. My parents are both fluent but never really spoke Spanish at home to us kids. While I understand a little I am no where near fluent enough to have a conversation or even give an answer to someone if someone asked me a question in Spanish.
The festival is designed to share the cultural heritage of Mexico's diverse indigenous communities through music, dance, clothing and handicrafts with Chicagoans. Due to its religious nature and traditional organization, which has been passed down generation to generation, it has become a symbol of our Mexican identity. On top of being a religious act, this dance is also a celebration and manifestation of our ancestors' lives, whose essence comes alive through our generation's performance of this dance. According to Don Pedro Patricio, leader of the community and director of one of the three main groups, the elders claim that when there was a strong outbreak of a deadly disease, Saint Sebastian came and guarded the three entrances to the town so the disease would not come in anymore, which prompted the creation of the dance to celebrate him.