By Octavio Navarro In celebration of Dia de los los Muertos, I recently got together with a few Los Angeles bloggers to share and enjoy some of our favorite meals made with Mazola Corn Oil. […] Read more
Product Reviews & Giveaways
Although the Latino community accounts for approximately 54 million Americans, Latinos represent less than 13% of national park visitors. That’s why Hispanicize Event and Papiblogger have partnered with The National Park Foundation, American Latino Heritage […] Read more
Growing up in Miami I’ve always loved avocados but it wasn’t until I met my Mexican-American wife from Texas that I understood how superior Avocados from Mexico are compared to others. I don’t know if […] Read more
I haven’t been in Miami for Christmas in three years so this year I’m planning on take care of my house and family with several gifts that I feel are practical and good for my […] Read more
Put on your boxing gloves and join Verizon FiOS and Hispanicize on November 8, 2011 for the “Pacquiao-Marquez Boxing Match-Up” Twitter Party. How many times have these tough Latinos faced off? After a four-year hiatus […] Read more
It’s been a summer of wild and wacky family memories for many of us so in anticipation of Labor Day and the Fall season, Latina Mom Bloggers and PapiBlogger want you to join us for […] Read more
It’s been a wild and crazy ride for PapiBlogger and family this summer as they spent more than 40 days traveling and blogging throughout the nation from Miami to Alaska. In order to celebrate the […] Read more
As I mentioned in a previous post, my friends at Sprint sent me their new Samsung Replenish smartphone, the first eco-friendly Samsung device powered by Android, to test out. I took this phone with […] Read more
Discovery Familia will join forces with The President’s Council on Fitness, Sports and Nutrition (PCFSN) through their President’s Challenge program to become a leading advocate among Hispanics for the “Million PALA Challenge.” The goal of […] Read more
Even though smartphones keep getting more advanced and easier to use, there are still throngs of people who, like my mom and sister, marvel at what these handsets can do and believe they’re still too sophisticated to handle.
Into the despair of technophobia comes Sprint with its refreshingly simple Sprint ID.