FOOD & DRINK
A Culinary Voyage: El Centro's Four Must-Visit Seafood Restaurants
In this article, we're going to explore four exceptional seafood restaurants in El Centro. Have you had the chance to dine at any of these establishments? We'd love to hear your thoughts and experiences, so feel free to share your comments below!
Artists Encouraged to Exhibit at Imperial Valley Palate, Palette & Pallet
IMPERIAL — Local artists can still sign up to exhibit their artwork during Imperial Valley Food Bank’s annual Palate, Palette & Pallet (P3) event on Oct. 26 inside the Food Bank’s Imperial Grove at 486 W. Aten Road in Imperial. “We hope this exposure to more than...
CA el centro's Most Loveable Cats Eagerly Awaits Forever Homes Today!
Considering pet adoption? Or perhaps you just enjoy all things cute and cuddly? Numerous charming pets are ready for a loving home at animal shelters situated in and near el centro.
El Grito 2023 event draws masses
EL CENTRO — The City of El Centro in conjunction with the Mexican Consulate of Calexico hosted the 2023 edition of the El Grito ceremony at El Centro’s Bucklin Park, Saturday, September 23, while honoring the Golden Age of Mexican Cinema. The event was spearheaded by the City...
Spilling tea with Associated Students
Although Hispanic Serving Institutions (HSI) week has come to an end, Associated Students (AS) is still celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month. On Wednesday, Sept. 20, many students gathered in front of the Otter Student Union (OSU) to learn more about Holistic Health and Wellness as it pertains to Latin/Hispanic culture. “I...
MexiCali Biennial Brings ‘Land of Milk and Honey’ to Calexico
CALEXICO — In 2006, when Luis Guillermo Hernandez, director of San Diego State University-Imperial Valley’s Steppling Art Gallery, and fellow artist, Ed Gomez, attended a biennial exhibition in Southern California, it sparked an idea to create their own biennial art organization and bring it to Mexicali. Now, Hernandez...
Hetzel Collection Puts Valley’s History in Focus
IMPERIAL — The expansive Hetzel Collection of iconic turn-of-the-century photography has passed through a new set of hands in recent months on the way to touching the hearts of a resilient community looking to reclaim the right to tell its own story. During an opening reception at Pioneers’ Museum...
Good Vibes, Good Food, Good Music Mark Holtville Event
HOLTVILLE — Imperial resident Amy Travis said she walked down the block from her son’s baseball practice to find the foods she was sniffing out from the park, among them was the sweet aroma of hot kettle corn wafting all the way to the sports field down the street.
El Grito to occur in El Centro this weekend
The mayor says this event is a great way to celebrate the Mexican Independence Day and Hispanic Heritage Month. The post El Grito to occur in El Centro this weekend appeared first on KYMA.
Savor the Flavor: Top 5 Must-Try Mexican Dishes in El Centro
This piece delves into the exploration of five delectable Mexican dishes in El Centro. Have you had the opportunity to savor any of these culinary delights? If you have, we'd love to hear your thoughts in the comments section below!
Unmasking Calexico's Best: 4 Mexican Dishes You Can't Miss
Welcome to this article where we'll explore four delectable Mexican dishes you can find in Calexico. Have you had the chance to savor any of these yet? We'd love to hear your thoughts, so feel free to share your experiences in the comments section below.
Baja Tacos & Grill Adds to Holtville’s Options
HOLTVILLE — Baja Tacos & Grill was started by Holtville residents Luis and Raquel Guzman because they saw a need in the Imperial Valley for authentic Mexican food with a Mexicali twist. “Instead of people having to drive to Mexicali and risk waiting in long lines coming back, they...
Mika Rottenberg’s Critique of Contemporary Object Culture
SAN FRANCISCO — One of the striking things about spending time in China, and pretty much anywhere in the world, is seeing how “Made in China” plays out in our material realities. All the little things we buy that look simple, whether a toy fish, an inflatable palm tree, or a plastic flower, come from somewhere thanks to a series of interlocking, complex chains and sequences that enable production, assembly, packaging, distribution, and sales.
Mexican Independence Day Celebrated
(Mexico's Independence was celebrated in Calexico)....The celebration was held Sunday night at SDSU/IV. San Diego State University Imperial Valley Campus, the Calexico Rotary Club and the Consulate of Mexico in Calexico hosted the event. It featured the Mariachi Sin Fronteras Festival that included music and local vendors selling arts and crafts. It was followed by the traditional Grito De Independencia. All the proceeds go to scholarship opportunities for High School and SDSU IV students. Organizers say the turnout was very good.