It’s time to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month 2022, which takes place September 15 – October 15 this year.
Are you ready to show your Latino pride or learn more about how the Latinx community has impacted US culture at large?
Each year the US recognizes the impact and contributions of Latino and Latinx people with special programs at cultural institutions throughout the country.
Here are some unique ways to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month.
This amazing festival has LGBTQIA-friendly events celebrating Latinx heritage and culture throughout October. Check out the calendar to see what interests you most! (It’s even easier to attend if you’re already staying in one of Blueground’s furnished apartments in Miami)
This searing documentary tells the story of Mexican expat Felipe, who works three low-wage jobs in Brooklyn, NY so that he can send money home to his family. Things don’t exactly go as planned when Felipe informs his loved ones that he’s ready to retire to Mexico.
The first Henry Rios mystery by Michael Nava will get you hooked on the whole series. The titular defense lawyer ends up with a case that hits far too close to home – and involves one of California’s most powerful families.
This amazing LA museum currently has a show from Mexican painter Narsiso Martinez that puts the spotlight on the rarely celebrated people who work on farms or in factories to feed the US population. If you’re staying in one of our turnkey furnished apartments in Los Angeles, this exhibition is a must-see!
This family-friendly animated comedy tells the story of Manolo, who must choose between what’s in his heart and what his family expects him to do. The unique pop music soundtrack makes this an easy watch for youngsters and the young at heart.
Want to measure the impact of your dollar close to home? Check out some of our top recommendations for Latino-owned businesses you can support in some of Blueground’s US cities.
We love Oprah’s special Hispanic Heritage Month issue, which profiles Latinos working in the arts and academia, fashion and home design, music, and the world of food. You’ll love these short, interactive features that explore the tremendous impact of Latinx culture.
Jennifer Lopez’s start turn in Selena rocketed her career to a whole new level. This amazing biopic explores Tejano performer Selena Quintanilla’s rise to fame and untimely death. Needless to say, there’s an incredible soundtrack
Moonchild Mixes, which includes never-before-heard tracks from Selena, recently made its debut. It’s a must-listen for both super fans and anyone who has never heard Selena before.
This amazing museum has one of the most wide-ranging collections of art from the Americas, including the Caribbean, in the world.
The latest release from Puerto Rican megastar Bad Bunny debuted at Number 1 on the Billboard charts and is already album of the year! This is hardly a surprise, since Bad Bunny has dominated Spotify throughout 2022
Pop some popcorn and settle in for a magical, musical journey to the Land of the Dead! Even if you have seen it before, this instant Disney-Pixar classic is well worth a rewatch in 2022.
This laugh out loud funny book from LGBTQIA advice columnist John Paul Brammer is a great read. In addition to dishing out helpful life lessons, Brammer talks about his experience of growing up gay and mixed-race in rural Oklahoma.
If you’re staying in one of Blueground’s furnished apartments in NYC, you won’t want to miss the hip El Museo del Barrio. It’s the perfect Manhattan museum to explore the city’s Caribbean and Latin cultural roots.
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