Cinco de Mayo


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the fifth of May which is observed in Mexico and Mexican-American communities in the United States to commemorate the Mexican victory over the French in the Battle of Puebla in 1862

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For Cinco de Mayo, the chain changes its name to Rock & Rodriquez, inspired by the weekly Rock & Rodriquez Taco Tuesday special.
On Cinco de Mayo we recognize the anniversary of Mexicos victory at the Battle of Puebla, and we celebrate the strong U.
While Chavez has never fought on a Cinco de Mayo weekend, Alvarez defeated Amir Khan at about the same time last year and knocked out James Kirkland on May 9, 2015, and also held off Shane Mosley on Cinco de Mayo in 2012.
In addition to the Cinco de Mayo party, El Rincon hosts several other events each month in the restaurant to help bring people to the square.
LDA+ consumers are encouraged to celebrate with Dos Equis and enter for a chance to win prizes including an exclusive Cinco Fiesta Kit to upgrade any Cinco de Mayo celebration and a grand prize trip to Mexico, including leisure time in Cancun.
The biggest and best Cinco de Mayo party has to be the Gulf Coast Latin Chamber of Commerce's annual event on Sunday, May 4.
Cinco de Mayo, May 5, commemorates the Mexican army's 1862 victory over France at the Battle of Puebla during the Franco-American War in the 1860s.
DineEquity, Inc (NYSE: DIN), a US-based company that owns Applebee's Neighborhood Grill and Bar, and IHOP Restaurants, has announced new menu items celebrating the Cinco de Mayo festival from IHOP restaurants.
Festival del Cinco de Mayo en el Miller Outdoor Theatre.
Washington, May 5 (ANI): US President Barack Obama, it seems, still needs to work on improving his Spanish, as he used the wrong word at the opening of the Cinco de Mayo celebrations at the White House.
Below, Thurston High School student Daniel Renteria and Jasmine Moran dance at the school's Cinco de Mayo celebration during the annual multicultural festival.
The 2009 California avocado season will be hitting full stride just in time for the upcoming Cinco de Mayo festivities.
As if SoCal needs a reason to party, it's Cinco de Mayo weekend.
a historical account of the events that sparked the annual Cinco de Mayo holiday in Mexico.
The major Hispanic holidays include Dia de los Santos Reyes (January 6), Fiesta de la Candelaria (February 2), Mexican Flag Day (February 24), Carnival Week (February 25 to March 1), Dia del Nino (April 30), Cinco de Mayo (May 5), Dia de los Muertos (November 1 and 2), Las Posados (December 16 to 24) and Dia de los Santo Inocentes (December 28).