The Chilean writer died 25 years ago today: December 7, 1996 Continue reading On This Day in Hispanic History: The Death of José Donoso
While some presentations seem dated, fascinating art and artifacts remain Continue reading Checking Out the Milwaukee Public Museum’s Representations of Pre-Columbian and Hispanic Cultures
The Milwaukee Art Museum’s exhibition is a feast for any Hispanophile and art lover Continue reading Art Exhibition Review: “Americans in Spain: Painting and Travel, 1820-1920”
A chance to view the Mexican surrealist’s works first hand should not be missed Continue reading Art Exhibition Review: “Frida Kahlo: Timeless”
Embracing what’s good about another culture without following blindly Continue reading Contemplating Snobbery and Stereotypes Over Calimochos
The Portrayal of Spain in Hemingway’s “The Sun Also Rises” Continue reading Fiestas, Bullfighting, and Wine
How a pandemic or mid-life crisis makes us return to the classics Continue reading Reconsidering Don Quijote
Surprisingly delicious combinations of flavors in a unique coffee drink from Cartagena, Spain Continue reading Have you tried a “café asiático”?
A study of free will in “Abre los ojos,” “Niebla,” and “La vida es sueño” Continue reading Could My Life Be a Game or a Dream?