• Ahhh.....the Hawaiian shirt

    If your workplace relaxes its dress code once a week, go ahead and thank tropical garb devotees.
    Hawaii can get unrelentingly humid, which isn’t the best environment for dark, heavy business suits....over the summer of ’66, government employees were encouraged to wear Hawaii shirts on Fridays. Once that custom—dubbed “Aloha Fridays”—reached America’s lower forty-eight, it adopted a new name. Today, we call it “Casual Friday.”
  • Celebrating the Virgin of Guadalupe

    December 12th is the day of the celebration of la Virgen de Guadalupe in Mexico.