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Eating Mexican Food at This Brooklyn Fan Favorite Spot is a Religious Experience

Culture|FOOD 

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“I wanted corn to be the main player in every dish,” said Matthew Diaz, the culinary director behind For All Things Good — the restaurant that he runs alongside chef Carlos Macias. Before ballooning into a restaurant with two locations, a neighborhood staple in Bed-Stuy and a newer cafe [...]

Poetry, Performances and Palomas: What To Do in NYC This July and August

Culture|GUIDES 

Poetry, Performances and Palomas: What To Do in NYC This July and August

If you’re looking for LATINA approved activities to check out in New York City this week —  whether it’s art, musical performances, film, or food —  we’ve got you covered. Grab a friend, dress fashionably but practically for the ninety degree weather, pack a water bottle, and head out to [...]