In Mexico, Cinco de Mayo isn’t a federal holiday, and is primarily celebrated in the city of Puebla. But here in the States, it’s become a celebration of Mexican culture. Here in our home, Cinco de Mayo has become a summer kickoff party. A day to come out of winter hibernation, don tanks and flip flops, and call the neighbors over for a colorful reconnect after a whole season of grey.
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