We’d like to take this happy-new time of year to express gratitude to our collaborators and readers and wish you all the best in 2014! We published more than 240 original posts this year. Most were authored by our talented team of interns, volunteers and supporters. Without them, we’d be unable to bring you so many dispatches from D.C.’s Latino community–stories that too often go unnoticed by the local press.
*RELATED STORY: "Adiós año viejo-Bienvenido año nuevo"
Here’s one last look at our favorite stories, videos, poetry, cuentos, and interviews with Latino artists, writers, and other scene makers.
HC’s Best of 2013
“Relato inacabado entre puertas entradas“de Alberto Roblest
Edgar Endress’ cordel project
Casineros group brings Cuban flair to D.C.’s dance scene
Common Ground: artwork from Haiti + the Dominican Republic
Luis González Palma, acclaimed Guatemalan photographer of the human condition
Entrevista con Roberto Mamani-Mamani
Meet the Smithsonian’s new Latino art specialist
: Philadelphia’s Cinco de Mayo Parade
The Taco: tool of social assimilation + mirror of historical changes
Crónica de una marcha
Poema: “Peregrinaje: de Padro Serrano
“Instrucciones para meter la pata” de Luis Alberto Ambroggio
Luis Vargas: The link between Mexican Muralism and U.S. street art
Rediscovering a historic D.C. Mural
Early Days: Growing up in DCs Latin American village
Pollo Latino Guisado de Chef Benjamín Velásquez