Watch ABC13's Hispanic Heritage Vignettes
Hispanic culture is full of folklore and stories that get passed from generation to generation. Part of this tradition are scary stories of mythical monsters usually told to get children to behave. These include tales of La Llorona (the crying women) or Chupacabra (the blood sucking beast). These cultural legends are just a few pieces that make Hispanic Heritage so unique and interesting.
A talented musical act from Houston is taking the Norteño music world by storm. Siblings Yaxeni, Ricardo, and Ailyn Rivera, are behind the group Los Luzeros De Rioverde. Despite their young age, these young performers from Houston have already released three albums and perform across the country. But their rise to fame started with social media. Watch more about their story below!
Did you know Spanish is the second most spoken language in the United States? Or, theat just five States are home to 2/3 of the Hispanic population in the US? Find more facts about Hispanic Heritage.
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