Progress is being made on the new campus and church that will eventually be the shrine for Blessed Stanley Rother in south OKC.
Lucha Libre (Free Fighting) is one of the most popular sports in Mexico and it is finding its way into Oklahoma City’s south side.
Over five thousand people attended the Dia de los Muertos celebration at Scissortail Park in Downtown OKC Sunday.
More than 1,000 people gathered Saturday in the Historic Capitol Hill District to see the Fiestas de las Americas famous multicultural parade.
The Latino Community Development Center is opening a new location in the Historic Capitol Hill District during Hispanic Heritage Month.
The Latino Community Development Agency celebrated its 30th anniversary with a recognition and awards luncheon Sept. 22.
The First Americans Museum (FAM) opening overarching theme was openness and blunt honesty about the hardship of the Native people in history.
As a part of Hispanic Heritage Month, the Mayan and Guatemalan Art Exhibit is on display at the Oklahoma History Center.
Though small, the previously postponed OKC Pride Alliance Parade drew an enthusiastic crowd eager to show their support.
The OKC Pride Alliance announced that their rescheduled Pride Parade day will be Saturday, July 31.