Cinco de Mayo is celebrated with increasing fervor each year in the United States, with more attention paid to the annual May 5 observation here than in Mexico, where it is a holiday of rather modest repute. Why? For one, many people think the date marks Mexican independence, which it does not. Here’s a brief primer.
Why celebrate Cinco de Mayo? Maybe not the reason you embrace
May 04, 2015 11:07 AM
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